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I'm Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is vowing a disproportionate response if militants continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of  firing two rockets into southern Israel today. There were no reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said that Israel should not drag itself into an insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks were depriving Israelis of their normal life and it needs to be punished severely. So far, no group claimed responsibility for today's attack which was the fourth since the ceasefire two weeks ago ended  Israel's offensive against the Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.


Sri Lanka’s military says troops will move in to free civilians trapped in a 300-square-kilometer stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today hours after a deadline passed for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to leave the island's conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until Saturday night to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians managed to escape the war zone. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the war zone.

 

Iraqi officials are tallying millions of votes cast in Saturday’s provincial elections viewed as a crucial test of Iraqi stability. An official projection showed allies of Iraq's US-backed  Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki  made gains in the elections, rewarding those credited with reining  in insurgent. VOA’s Mandy Clark reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country’s first ballots since 2005 and despite threats of violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In the run-up to the election, Iraq sealed its borders, shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quiet polling day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections in 14 of its 18 provinces, more than 14,000 candidates joined the races, making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaigned since the US-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003. They battled for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. Mandy Clark, VOA news, Doha.

 

Thailand's government has rejected protesters' call to dissolve parliament one day after 30,000 anti-government activists marched through Bangkok. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva  told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators' other requests are in the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Beofore dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrators were promised to make their protest permanent if their demands are not met within 15 days. More than 5,000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments that clear the way for a unity government between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post of prime minister for opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe reached a power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of a dispute over cabinet positions.

 

Pakistani police say a grenade attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Officials say unidentified attackers threw a grenade at a police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The grenade missed the patrol and exploded  near bystanders. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating the accident.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya, killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scoop up free fuel. Officials say the fuel spilt in the town of Molo Saturday  came from a truck that had crashed. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started the blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya. The incident follows the death of at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there. 

 

And African Union leaders have opened their semiannual summit with talks on creating a Pan-African government similar to the European Union. Libian leader Moammar Gaddafi  pushed such plans for years.

 

I am Michael Brown, VOA news. Join us for additional programming on voanews.com


 

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I am Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is bowing a disproportion that response a militansts continue to fire her rockets to Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are choose and firing two rockets into southern Israel today during the reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said Israel should not drag itself in two and insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks will deprive in Israeli’s normal life and punish severely.

 

So far the group plans responsibility for today’s attack which was the force since the ceasefires two weeks ago ended Israel’s offence against Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

 

Sri Lanka’s military says troops will move and to free civilians tracked a 300 square, cut climter, stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today. Hours after the deadline pass for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to live the islands conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until set unite to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians manage to escape the warzone. United Nations secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the warzone.

 

Iraqi officials are telling millions of boats casted in Saturday’s provincial elections knew as a crucial test of Iraqi stability. An official production show allies of rest US vice Prime Minister ** made gaze elections rewarding those credit with raining in surgent. VOA’s ** reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country’s first ballots since 2005, and despite threats and violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In a runout election, Iraq sealed its borders shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quite pouring day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections of 14 of its 18 provinces, more than 14000 candidates join the races making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaign since the US * visions that topple its down scene in 2003. They battle for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. **  VOA news, Doha.

 

Thailand government has rejected protesters call to dissolve parliament. One day after 30,000 anti-government activist march*, Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators other request around the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Four dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrator promise to male their protest prominent. If their demands are not made within 15 days, more than 5,000 police will deploy to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwe lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments. They clear the way for a unity government between the President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post prime minister for opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe restated power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of the dispute over candidate positions.

 

Pakistani police say a gnate of attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Official say un attackers through a * police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The G Mr. Patrol expected nearby standers. No one has claim responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating then to them.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scrap up a free fuel. Official say the fuels * in the town of Morall Saturday can’t form a track crash. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started a blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya.

 

The incidents follows the death at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there.  

 

An African union leaders have open their semite annual summit with talks on creating a pan African government similar to the European Union. The * leader ** puts sets plans for years.

 

I am * Brown, VOA news, join us for additional programming on voanews.com..

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I am Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is bowing a disproportion that response a militansts continue to fire  rockets to Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into southern Israel today during the reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said that Israel should not drag itself in two and insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks will deprive in Israeli’s normal life and to be punished severely.

 

So far the group plans responsibility for today’s attack which was the force since the ceasefires two weeks ago ended Israel’s offence against Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

 

Sri Lanka’s military says troops will move and to free civilians trapped in a 300-square-kilometer, stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today. Hours after the deadline pass for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to leave the islands conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until set unite to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians manage to escape the warzone. United Nations secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the warzone.

 

Iraqi officials are tallying millions of votes casted in Saturday’s provincial elections knew as a crucial test of Iraqi stability. An official production show allies of rest US back Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki made gaze elections rewarding those credit with raining in surgent. VOA’s ** reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country’s first ballots since 2005, and despite threats and violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In a runout to the election, Iraq sealed its borders shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quite polling day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections of 14 of its 18 provinces, more than 14000 candidates join the races making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaign since the US-led visions that topple Saddam Hussein in 2003. They battle for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. **  VOA news, Doha.

 

Thailand's government has rejected protesters call to dissolve parliament. One day after 30,000 anti-government activists march through Bangkok, Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators utter request around the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Before dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrator promise to make their protest prominent. If their demands are not met within 15 days, more than 5,000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments that clear the way for a Unity Government between  President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post of prime minister for opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe restated power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of a dispute over cabinet positions.

 

Pakistani police say a gnate of attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Official say un attackers through a * police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The G Mr. Patrol exploded nearby standers. No one has claim responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating then to them.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scoop up a free fuel. Official say the fuels spilt in the town of Morall Saturday came from a truck that had crashed. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started a blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya.

 

The incidents follows the death at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there.  

 

An African union leaders have open their semite annual summit with talks on creating a pan African government similar to the European Union. The * leader ** puts sets plans for years.

 

I am Michael Brown, VOA news, join us for additional programming on voanews.com..

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I’m Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is bowing a disproportional respond in militant continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into Southern Israel today. There were no reports of injuries or damage. Defense minister said that Israel should not drag itself until it assistant shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks would deprive Israli’s of the normal life and need to be punished severely. So far, no group claim responsibility for today’s attack which was the fourth since the ceasefire two weeks ago and Israel's offensive against the Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

 

Sri Lanka’s military says troops were move into three civilians trapped in 300 square kilometer stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today hours after the deadline passed for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatant to leave the island conflict zone. The government announced Thursday that it was given rebel Tamil Tigers until Saturday night to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians managed to escape the war zone. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is urging both the government and the Tamil Tigers to along for the safe passage of civilians out of the war zone.

 

Iraqi officials * both cast Saturday’s provincial actions due to the crucial attacks of ratability. An official predicts and show allies of US-back Prime Minister * made game of those elections rewarding those credit with reigning insurgent. VOA’s Mandy Clark reports on *

 

In the country’s first ballot since 2005 and despite threats of violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In a run up to the election Iraq sealed its borders, shut airports and vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quiet polling day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections in 14 of its 18 provinces. More than 1400 candidates join the races, making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians held openly campaign since US-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003. They battled for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. Mandy Clark, VOA News, Doha.

 

Thailand’s government has rejected protester’s call to dissolve parliament one day after 30,000 anti-government activists marched to Bangkok. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators either request on the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Before dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrators were promising to make their protest prominent if their demands are not met within 15 days. More than 5000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments. They cleared the way for a unity government between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post of Prime Minister for opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe reached the power sharing agreement last September but progress was delayed because of a dispute over cabinet positions.

 

Pakistani police say a grenade attack targeting security forces as killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Officials say * attackers through a grenade of police patrol today on a vote between Afghanistan and Iran. The grenade missed patrol and exploded nearby standers. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating the accident.

 

An oil spill cause fire in Kenya killing at lest 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scoop up a few fuel. Officials say Saturday came from a truck crash. Witness say a cigarette mere start the blaze so they say the fire was the worst accidents ever in Kenya. The accident follows the desperate of at lest 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caused fire there.

 

The African Union leaders open their semi summit will talk on creating a pan-African government similar to the European Union. * put such class for years.

 

I’m Michael Brown, VOA News, join us for additional programming on voanews.com.

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I am Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is bowing a disproportion that response a militansts continue to fire her rockets send to Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into southern Israel today. There are no reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said Israel should not drag itself in two and insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks will deprive in Israeli’s normal life and needs to be punished severely.

 

So far the group plans responsibility for today’s attack which was the forth since the ceasefires two weeks ago ended Israel’s offence against Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

 

Sri Lanka’s military says troops will move and to free civilians tracked a 300 square, cut kilometer, stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today. Hours after the deadline pass for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to live the islands conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until set unite to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians manage to escape the warzone. United Nations secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the warzone.

 

Iraqi officials are telling millions of boats casted in Saturday’s provincial elections knew as a crucial test of Iraqi stability. An official production show allies of rest US back vice Prime Minister ** made gaze elections rewarding those credits with raining in surgent. VOA’s ** reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country’s first ballots since 2005, and despite threats and violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In a runout election, Iraq sealed its borders shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quite pouring day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections in 14 of its 18 provinces, more than 14000 candidates join the races,making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaign since the US landed visions that topple its down scene in 2003. They battle for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. **  VOA news, Doha.

 

Thailand's government has rejected protesters call to dissolve parliament. One day after 30,000 anti-government activists march through Bangkok, Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators other requests around the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Four dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrators have promised to male their protest prominent. If their demands are not made within 15 days, more than 5,000 police will deploy to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwe lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments. They clear the way for a unity government between the President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post prime minister for opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe restated power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of the dispute over candidate positions.

 

Pakistani police say a gnate of attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Official say undenifined attackers through a gnate police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The gnate Mr. Patrol expected nearby standers. No one has claim responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating then to them.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scrap up a free fuel. Official say the fuel spilt in the town of Morall Saturday can’t form a track crash. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started a blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya.

 

The incidents follows the death at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there.  

 

An African union leaders have open their semite annual summit with talks on creating a pan African government similar to the European Union. The * leader ** puts sets plans for years.

 

I am Micheal Brown, VOA news, join us for additional programming on voanews.com

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I’m Michael Brown from the VOA news center in Washington.

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is * a disproportionate response militants continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip.Gaza militants accused of firing two rockets into Sourthen Israel today there no reports that injuries and damage.The Prime Minister said Israel should not drag itself into an incessant shooting war with Hamas.You also said the rocket attacks will depriving Isreali’s of it normal life and it will be punished severely.So far no groups claimed responsibility for today’s attack which was the fourth * the cease-fire two weeks ago end Israel’s offensive against the Palestani militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

 

Sri Lanka’s military says troops will move and to free civilians tracked a 300 square, cut climter, stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today.Hours at the deadline pass for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants  to leave the islands conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until set unite to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians manage to escape the warzone. United Nations secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the warzone.

 

 

Iraqi officials are telling millions of boats casted in Saturday’s provincialelections knew as a crucial test of Iraqi stability. An official production show allies of rest US * Prime Minister ** made gaze elections rewarding those credit with raining in surgent. VOA’s ** reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country’s first ballots since 2005, and despite threats and violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In a runout election, Iraq sealed its borders shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quite pouring day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections in 14 of its 18 provinces, more than 14000 candidates join the races making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaign since the US laden visions that topple its down scene in 2003. They battle for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. **  VOA  news, Doha.

 

Thailand government has rejected protesters call to dissolve parliament. One day after 30,000 anti-government activist *, Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators other request around the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Four dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrator promise to male their protest prominent. If their demands are not made within 15 days, more than 5,000 police will deploy to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwe lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments. They clear the way for a unity government between the President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post prime minister for opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr Tsvangirai and Mr Mugabe restated power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of the dispute over candidate positions.

 

Pakistani police say a gnate of attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Official say * attackers through a * police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The Great missed patrol exploded nearby standers. No one has claim responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating then to them.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scrap up a free fuel. Official say the fuels fume in the town of Morall Saturday can’t form a track crash. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started a blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya.The incidents follows the death at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there. 

 

An African union leaders have open their semite annual summit with talks on creating a pan African government similar to the European Union. The Union leader ** puts such plans for years.

 

I am Michael Brown, VOA news, join us for additional programming on voanews.com..

 

 

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I'm Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is bowing a disproportion that response and militansts continue to fire rockets to Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into southern Israel today during the reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said that Israel should not drag itself in two and insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks will deprive in Israel's normal life and to be punished severely.

 

So far the group plans responsibility for today's attack which was the force since the ceasefires two weeks ago ended Israel's offence against Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

 

Sri Lanka’s military says troops will move and to free civilians trapped in a 300-square-kilometer, stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today. Hours after the deadline pass for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to leave the islands conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until 79 to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians manage to escape the warzone. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the warzone.

 

Iraqi officials are tallying millions of votes casted in Saturday's provincial elections knew as a crucial test of Iraqi stability. An official production show allies of rest US back Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki made gaze elections rewarding those credit with raining in surgent. VOA's Mandy * reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country's first ballots since 2005, and despite threats and violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In a runout to the election, Iraq sealed its borders shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quite polling day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections of 14 of its 18 provinces, more than 14000 candidates join the races making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaign since the US-led visions that topple Saddam Hussein in 2003. They battled for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. Mandy * VOA News, Doha.

 

Thailand's government has rejected protesters call to dissolve parliament. One day after 30,000 anti-government activists march through Bangkok. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, told reporters at the capital today that some of the demonstrators utter request around the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Before dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrator promise to make their protest prominent. If their demands are not met within 15 days, more than 5,000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments (that) they cleared the way for a Unity Government between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post of prime minister for opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe restated power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of a dispute over cabinet positions.

 

Pakistani police say a gnate of attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Official say un attackers through a gnate of police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The G Mr. Patrol exploded nearby standers. No one has claim responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating then to them.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scoop up a free fuel. Official say the fuels spilt in the town of Morall Saturday came from a truck that had crashed. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started a blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya.

 

The incidents follows the death at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there.  

 

And African Union leaders have open their semite annual summit with talks on creating a pan African government similar to the European Union. The DNA Leader ** puts sets plans for years.

 

I'm Michael Brown, VOA News, join us for additional programming on voanews.com..
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I'm Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is vowing a disproportionate response if militants continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into southern Israel today. There are no reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said that Israel should not drag itself into an insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks were depriving Israelis of a normal life and needed to be punished severely. So far, no group claimed responsibility for today's attack which was the fourth since the ceasefire two weeks ago ended Israel's offensive against the Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

Sri Lanka's military says troops will move in to free civilians trapped in a 300-square-kilometer stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today. Hours after the deadline passed for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to leave the Island's conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until 17: 09 to allow civilians to move into safety. It is unclear how many civilians managed to escape the war zone. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the war zone.

Iraqi officials are tallying millions of votes cast in Saturday's provincial elections viewed as a crucial test of Iraq's stability. An official projection showed allies of Iraq's US-backed Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki made gains in the elections, rewarding those credited with reining an insurgent. VOA's Mandy Clark reports on how the voting went.

In the country's first ballots since 2005, and despite threats of violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In the run-up to the elections, Iraq sealed its borders, shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quiet polling day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections in 14 of its 18 provinces. More than 14, 000 candidates joined the races, making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaigned since the US-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003. They battled for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. Mandy Clark, VOA News, Doha.

Thailand's government has rejected protesters' call to dissolve parliament one day after 30, 000 anti-government activists marched through Bangkok. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators' other requests are in the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Before dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrators are promised to make their protest prominent if their demands are not met within 15 days. More than 5, 000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest.

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments that clear the way for a unity government between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post of prime minister for opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe reached a power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of the dispute over cabinet positions.

Pakistani police say a grenade attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Official say unidentified attackers threw a grenade at a police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The grenade missed the patrol and exploded near by-standers. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating then to them.

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scoop up a free fuel. Officials say the fuels spilt in the town of Morall Saturday came from a truck that had crashed. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started the blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya. The incident follows the death at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there.

And African Union leaders have opened their semi-annual summit with talks on creating a pan-African government similar to the European Union. Kenyan leader Mwai Kibaki puts such plans for years.


I'm Michael Brown, VOA News, join us for additional programming on voanews. com.
 
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have to go..in a rush

 

I'm Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Omerlt is vowing a disproportional response as militants continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip.Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into Southern Israel today. There are no reports of injuries or damages. The Prime MInister said that Israel should not drag it so and to insist shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks would deprive Israelis of the normal life and it needs to be punished severely.So far no groups claimed reponsibility for today's attack which was the fourth since the ceasefires two weeks ago ended Israel's offensive against the Palestinian military group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.


Sri Lanka's military says troops will move into free civilians trapped in the 300 squares kilometer stretch of the northeast jungle still under the rebel control. Military officials announced a new offensive today  hours after the deadline pass for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow noncombatants to leave the island conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was getting Tamil Tiger Rebels until set it allows billions to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians managed to escape the war zone.United Nation's Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of the civilians out of the war zone.


Iraqi officials are tallying millions of votes cast in Saturday's provincial  elelctions used as a crucial  test of Iraqi's ability.Unofficial prediction showed alliance of the US-backed  Prime Minister Nory Amoliky  may gain at the election rewarding those credit with raining insurgents. VOA's Mandy Clark reports on Doha


In the country's first ballots since 2005, and despite threats of violence , the voting went off mostly peaceful.In the runoff to the elections, Iraq sealed its borders ,shut airports , baned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quiet polling day. With the help  of the United Nations Iraq held the eletions in 14 of its 18 provinces. More than 14,000 candidates joined the races making its the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have  openedly campaign since  US-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003. They battled for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq.Mandy Clark VOA News, Doha.


Thailand government has rejected protestors' call to dissolve parliament one day after the 30,000 anti-government activists march to Bangkok. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva told reporters in the capital today that some of the domonstrators' other requests are in process being addressed such as legal action against rival demonstrators. Forties persons on Saturday , the demonstrators were promising to make their protest permanentif their demands are not met within 15 days. More than 5,000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest.


Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass  constitutional amendments . They clear the way for a unity government  between President Robert Mugabe and Opposition. The bill creates the post of the Prime MInister for  opposition leader  Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe restated a powersharing agreement last September  but progress was delayed because the dispute over cabinet postions.


Pakistani police say a grenade attack targetting security forces has killed a bystanders and wounded at least fivce  five other people. Officials say unidentified attackers threw a  grenade at a police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran.The grenade missed the patrol and exploded near bystanders. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.Police are investigating the accident.


An oil spill caught firing in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were tried to scoop up free fuel. Officials say the fuels burnt a tons mall Saturday, came from truck that has crashed.  Witnesses say a cigarette  may have started the blaze that would say the fire's one of the worst accident ever in Kenya.Incident follows the death of at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught a fire there.


In Africa Union leaders open their Simon annual summit were talks on creating a pan-Africa government similar to the European Union. The Being leader  push such plans for years.


I'm Michael Brown , VOA News. Join us for additonal programing on voanews.com.

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I am Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is vowing a disproportion of response if militants continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip .Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into the Southern Israel today .There are no reports of injuries or damage .The Prime Minister said that Israel should not drag itself into an insistent shooting war with Hamas .He also said that the rocket attacks were depriving of a normal life and needed to be punished severely .So far, no group claimed responsibility for today's attack which was the fourth since the ceasefire two weeks ago ended Israel's offensive against Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip .

 

 Sri Lanka's military says troops will move into free civilians trapped in a 300-square-kilometer stretched of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control .Military officials announced the new offensive today.Hours after the deadline passed for the rebel Tamli Tiger to allow non combatants to leave the island's conflict zone .The govvernment announced Thursday it was giving Tamli Tiger rebels until 17: 09 to allow cilivians to move into safety . It is unclear how many cilivians managed to escape the war zone . United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged both the government and Tamli Tigers to allow for the safe passage of cilivians out of the war zone .

 

Iraqi officials are tallying millions of votes cast in Saturday's provincial elections viewed as a crucial test of Iraq's stability .An official projection showed allies of Iraq's US- backed Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki made gains in the elections ,rewarding those credited with reining and insurgents .VOA's reports how the voting went.

 

In the country's first ballot since 2005 ,and despite threat of violence, the voting has went on mostly peaceful In the run-up to the election .Iraq sealed its border ,shut airports ,banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quite polling day .With the help of the United Nations ,Iraq held elections in 14 of its 18 provinces .More than 14,000 candidates joined in the races, making it the first time large number of Iraq politicians have openly campaigned since the US-led invasion that toppled the Saddam Hussein in 2003 .They battled for 440 seats on i influential prevention councils across Iraq ._ VOA News Doha .

 

Thailand's government has rejected protestors' call to dissolve the Parliment one day after 30, 000 anti-government activists marched through Bangkok .Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstators' other requests are in the process of being addressed ,such as the legal action against rival demonstrators .Before dispersing on Thursday ,the demonstrators are promised to make their protest prominent if their demands are not met within 15 days .More than 5,000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest .

 

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments that clear the way for a unity government between the president Robert Mugabe and the opposition .The bill creates the post of Prime Minister for opposition leaderMorgan Tsvangirai. Mr.Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe reached a power-sharing agreement last september ,but process was delayed because of the dispute over cabinet positions .

 

Pakistani police said a grenade attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five people .Official say that unidentified attacker threw the grenade police patrol today on the border bewteen Afghanistan and Iran .The grenade missed the patrol and exploded near by-standers .No one has claimed resposibility for the attack .Police are investigating the incidents .

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scoop up a free fuel.Official say the fuels spilt in the town of Morall saturday came from a truck that had crashed .Witnesses say a cigrette may have started the blazes .Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya .The Incidents follows the death at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there .

 

 And African Union leaders have opened their semi-annual summit with talks on creating a pan-African government similar to the European Union. Kenyan leader Mwai Kibaki puts such plans for years.

 

I'm Michael Brown, VOA News, join us for additional programming on voanews. com.

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I'm Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is vowing a disproportional response if militants continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into southern Israel today. There were no reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said that Israel should not drag itself into an insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks were depriving Israelis of their normal life and it needs to be punished severely. So far, no group claimed responsibility for today's attack which was the fourth since the ceasefire two weeks ago ended Israel's offensive against the Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.


Sri Lanka's military says troops will move into free civilians trapped in a 300-square-kilometer stretch of the northeastern jungle still under rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today hours after the deadline passed for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to leave the island's conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was giving Tamil Tiger rebels until Saturday night to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians managed to escape the war zone. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the war zone.

 

Iraqi officials are tallying millions of votes cast in Saturday's provincial elections viewed as a crucial test of Iraqi stability. An official projection showed allies of Iraq's US-backed Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki made gains in the elections, rewarding those credited with reining an insurgent. VOA's Mandy Clark reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country's first ballots since 2005 and despite threats of violence, the voting went off mostly peaceful. In the run-up to the election, Iraq sealed its borders, shut airports, banned vehicles and deployed thousands of security forces to try to ensure a quite polling day. With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections in 14 of its 18 provinces, more than 14000 candidates joined the races, making it the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaigned since the US-led invasions that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003. They battled for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq. Mandy Clark, VOA news, Doha.

 

Thailand's government has rejected protesters' call to dissolve parliament one day after 30, 000 anti-government activists marched through Bangkok. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators' other requests in the process are being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. For dispersing on Saturday, the demonstrators were promised to make their protest permanent if their demands are not met within 15 days. More than 5, 000 police were deployed to secure the mass protest.

 

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendments that clear the way for a unity government between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post of prime minister for opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe reached a power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of a dispute over cabinet positions.

 

Pakistani police say a grenade attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at least five other people. Officials say unidentified attackers threw a grenade at a police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The grenade missed the patrol and exploded near bystanders. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Police are investigating the accident.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya, killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200 who were trying to scoop up free fuel. Officials say the fuel spilt in the town of Molo Saturday came from a truck that had crashed. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started the blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents ever in Kenya. The incident follows the death of at least 25 people in Nairobi on Wednesday when a supermarket caught fire there.

 

And African Union leaders have opened their semiannual summit with talks on creating a Pan-African government similar to the European Union. The Union leader Moammar Gaddafi put such plans for years.

 

I am Michael Brown, VOA news. Join us for additional programming on voanews. com

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I'm Michael Brown from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is vowing a disproportional respond if militants continue to fire rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip. Gaza militants are accused of firing two rockets into southern Israel today. There were no reports of injuries or damage. The prime minister said that Israel should not drag itself and to an insistent shooting war with Hamas. He also said the rocket attacks were depriving Israelis of the normal life and it's to be punished severely. So far, no group claimed responsibility for today's attack, which was the fourth since the ceasefire two weeks ago ended Israel's offensive against the Palestinian militants group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

 

Sri Lanka's military says troops will move and to free civilians trapped in a 300-square-kilometer stretch of the northeastern jungle still on their rebel control. Military officials announced the new offensive today hours after the deadlines passed for the rebel Tamil Tigers to allow non-combatants to leave the island's conflict zone. The government announced Thursday it was getting Tamil Tiger rebels until Saturday night to allow civilians to move to safety. It is unclear how many civilians manage to escape the war zone. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged both the government and the Tamil Tigers to allow for the safe passage of civilians out of the war zone.

 

Iraqi officials are telling millions of votes cast in Saturday's provincial elections known as a crucial test of Iraq's debility.  An official projection show allies of a r**** US-back Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki may gain in the elections but warning those cr**** with r**** in surgent. VOA's Mandy Clark reports on how the voting went.

 

In the country's first ballot since 2005, and despite threats and violence, the voting went on mostly peaceful.  And to ***** the election, Iraq sewed its borders, shut the airports, ban vehicles and deploy thousands of security forces to try to insure a quiet polling day.  With the help of the United Nations, Iraq held elections in fourteen of its eighteen provinces. More than 14,000 candidates joined the races, make it at the first time large numbers of Iraqi politicians have openly campaign since the US-led invasion that topped its damnest thing in 2003. They battle for 440 seats on influential provincial councils across Iraq.  Mandy Clark VOA News, Doha.

 

Thailand's government has rejected protestors' calls to dissolve parliament one day after 30,000 anti-government activists march through Bangkok. Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva told reporters in the capital today that some of the demonstrators' other requests are in the process of being addressed, such as legal action against rival demonstrators. The f**** is bursting on Sunday that demonstrators have promised to make their protest prominent.  If their demands are not met within fifteen days, more than 5,000 police will deploy to secure the mass protests.

 

Zimbabwean lawmakers are expected to pass constitutional amendment. They cleared the way for a unity government between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition. The bill creates the post of Prime Minister for opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai and Mr. Mugabe reached a power-sharing agreement last September, but progress was delayed because of the dispute over cabinet positions. Pakistani police say a g***** attack targeting security forces has killed a bystander and wounded at lease five other people. Officials say an ***** attakers do a g**** at the police patrol today on the border between Afghanistan and Iran. The g**** missed the patrol and exploded near bystanders. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Police are investigation the accident.

 

An oil spill caught fire in Kenya killing at least 111 people and injuring more than 200, who were trying to screw up free fuel. Officials say the fuel spilled on the town of Molo Saturday, came from a truck that has crashed. Witnesses say a cigarette may have started the blaze. Authorities say the fire is one of the worst accidents in Kenya. Incident follows the deaths of at least 25 people in Nairobi Wednesday, when a supermarket caught fire there.

 

And African Union leaders are open their s**** annual summit with talks on trading a p*** African Government, similar to the European Union. Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi pushed such plans for years.

 

I'm Michael Brown VOA News. Join us for additional programming on voanews.com.

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