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


From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Gloria Gibson.

Thousands of Germans have taken to the streets of Berlin, calling on their country to abandon nuclear energy. Protest organizers said more than 10, 000 people took part in Saturday's demonstration backed by a convoy of several hundred tractors home to a controversial nuclear waste depot.

The commander of U. S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is inspecting the site of a recent airstrike in northern Afghanistan that local officials said killed many civilians among the 90 dead. VOA's Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.

Afghan and NATO officials said that Taliban insurgents in the northern Kunduz province were driving two hijacked fuel trucks to an unknown destination when fighter planes located them on a river bank and bombed them. NATO officials said the pre-dawn strike destroyed the fuel trucks and killed a large number of militants. Villagers, however, said locals had also gathered around the hijacked trucks to collect fuel from them when the attack occurred. It caused a huge fireball, they said, that instantly burned most of the people alive. Abdul Razzaq Yaqubi is the provincial police chief. The police officer said that 56 Taliban militants were among those killed. He said most of the people being treated in local hospitals are in critical condition. Ayaz Gul for VOA News, Islamabad.

Defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi called for a continued protest against Iran's disputed presidential election. Mr. Mousavi’s call comes two days after Iran's parliament approved 18 nominees put forward by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his 21-member Cabinet. Meanwhile Iran has accused the United States of forging documents and other intelligence to the U. N. nuclear watchdog agency that says Iran had studied ways to make atomic bombs. The U. S. and other Western nations have accused Iran of enriching uranium to build a nuclear bomb.

You can hear more about the stories we are covering on the internet at voanews.com.

Security forces in Gabon continued to clash with opposition demonstrators following the announcement that the son of the country's long-time ruler has been elected president. VOA's West African correspondent Scott Stearns reports.

Interior Minister Jean-Francois Ndongou told French state radio that two people killed overnight in the city of Port Gentil were looters shot by a home owner. Rioters in Port Gentil burned the French consulate and looted nearby shops Thursday following the announcement that former Defense Minister Ali Ben Bongo won last Sunday's presidential election. That violence brought an overnight curfew to Port Gentil which was repeated Friday and will continue, Ndongou says, "as long as necessary if calm does not prevail." Prisoners in Port Gentil were broken out of jail and demonstrators attacked facilities of the French oil firm Total. Expatriate staff and their families have now been evacuated to the capital, Libreville, where Total says they will remain until it is safe to return to Port Gentil. The French Foreign Ministry says French nationals elsewhere in Gabon should stay in their homes. Opposition demonstrators are targeting French concerns because of the long relationship between French leaders and the 42-year-rule of Gabonese President Omar Bongo. Scott Stearns, VOA News, Dakar.

The leader of a Somali Islamic militant group told VOA in an exclusive interview Saturday that his militants will keep fighting, even though the conflict has recently led to about 2, 000 civilian deaths, and turned half a million Somalis into refugees in their own country.

Chinese leader fired the Urumqi Communist Party chief and the regional police chief Saturday following violent protests that left five people dead. The capital of Xinjiang region returned to an uneasy peace today after thousands had taken to the streets this week to demand better security after hundreds were stabbed with needles.

Burmese state media say security forces have seized drugs, drug-making equipment and weapons near Burma's border with China, where troops recently target rebel militants.

And a senior British minister says trade and oil deals with Libya played a "very big part" in Britain's decision to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner-trade agreement between the two countries.

I'm Gloria Gibson, VOA News.

 

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    It's 15: 00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.
    From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Gloria Gibson.
    Thousands of Germans  have taken to the street of Berlin calling on their country to abandon nuclear energy,protest organizer said more than ten thousand people took part in Saturday's demonstration back by a convoy of several hundred tractors home to a controversial nuclear waste depot.
    The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is inspecting the site of a recent airstrike in Northern Afghanistan that local officials say killed many civilians among the 90 dead.  VOA's Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.
    Afghan and NATO officials say that Taliban insurgents in the northern Kunduz province were driving two hijacked fuel trucks to an unknown destination when fighter planes located them on a river bank and bombed them.NATO officials say the pre-dawn strike destroyed the fuel trucks and killed a large number of militants. Villagers, however, say locals had also gathered around the hijacked trucks to collect fuel from them when the attack occurred. It caused a huge fireball, they say, that instantly burned most of the people alive.Abdul Razzaq Yaqubi is the provincial police chief, the police officer says that 56 Taliban militants were among those killed. He said most of people being treated in local hospitals are in critical condition. Ayaz Gul for VOA news,Islamabad.
    Defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi called for continued protests against the results of Iran's disputed presidential election. Mr. Mousavi's call comes two days after Iran's parliament approved 18 nominees put forward by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his 21-member Cabinet.Meanwhile Iran has accused the United States of forging documents and other intelligence to the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency that says Iran had studied ways to make atomic bombs.The U.S. and other Western nations have accused Iran of enriching uranium to build a nuclear bomb. You can learn more about the stories we are covering on the internet at www.voanews.com.
    Security forces in Gabon continued to clash with opposition demonstrators following the announcement that the son of the country's long-time ruler has been elected president. VOA's west Africa correspondent Scott Stearns reports.
    Interior Minister Jean-Francois Ndongou told French state radio that two people killed overnight in Port Gentil were looters shot by a home owner.Rioters in Port Gentil burned the French consulate and looted nearby shops Thursday following the announcement that former defense minister Ali Ben Bongo won last Sunday's presidential election.That violence brought an overnight curfew to Port Gentil which was repeated Friday and will continue, Ndongou says, "as long as necessary if calm does not prevail."Prisoners in Port Gentil were broken out of jail and demonstrators attacked facilities of the French oil firm Total. Expatriate staff and their families have now been evacuated to the capital, Libreville, where Total says they will remain until it is safe to return to Port Gentil.The French Foreign Ministry says French nationals elsewhere in Gabon should stay in their homes.Opposition demonstrators are targeting French concerns because of the long relationship between French leaders and the 42-year-rule of Gabonese President Omar Bongo.Scott Stearns,VOA news,dakar.
    The leader of a Somali Islamist militant group told VOA in an exclusive interview Saturday that his militants will keep fighting, even though the conflict has recently led to about 2,000 civilian deaths, and turned half-a-million Somalis into refugees in their own country.  
    Chinese leader fired their Urumqi communist chief and regional police chief Saturday following violent protests that left 5 people dead.The capital of Xinjiang region return to an ease peace today after thousands have taken to the streets this week to demand better security after hundreds were stabbed with needles.
    Burmese state media say security forces have seized drugs, drug-making equipment and weapons near Burma's border with China, where troops recently targeted rebel militias.
    A senior British minister says trade and oil deals with Libya played a "very big part" in Britain's decision to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner transfer agreement between the two countries.I'm Gloria Gibson,VOA news.
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It's 15: 00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Gloria Gibson.

Thousands of Germans have taken to the street of Berlin calling on their country to abandon nuclear energy.Protest organizer said more than ten thousand people took part in Saturday's demonstration back by a convoy of several hundred tractors home to a controversial nuclear waste depot.

The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is inspecting the site of a recent airstrike in Northern Afghanistan that local official said killed many civilians among the 90 dead. VOA's Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.

Afghan and NATO officials said that Taliban insurgents in the northern Kunduz province were driving two hijacked fuel trucks to an unknown destination when fighter planes located them on a river bank and bombed them.NATO official said the pre-dawn strike destroyed the fuel trucks and killed a large number of militants. Villagers, however, said locals had also gathered around the hijacked trucks to collect fuel from them when the attack occurred. It caused a huge firebomb,they say, that instantly burned most of the people alive.Abdul Razzaq Yaqubi is the provincial police chief, the police officer said that 56 Taliban militants were among those killed. He said most of people being treated in local hospitals are in critical condition. Ayaz Gul for VOA news,Islamabad.

Defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi called for continued protests against Iran's disputed presidential election. Mr. Mousavi's called comes two days after Iran's parliament approved 18 nominees put forward by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his 21-member Cabinet.Meanwhile Iran has accused the United States of forging documents and other intelligence to the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency that says Iran had studied ways to make atomic bombs.The U.S. and other Western nations have accused Iran of enriching uranium to build a nuclear bomb. You can learn more about the stories we are covering on the internet at www.voanews.com.

Security forces in Gabon continued to clash with opposition demonstrators following the announcement that the son of the country's long-time ruler has been Elected President. VOA's west Africa correspondent Scott Stearns reports.
Interior Minister Jean-Francois Ndongou told French state radio that two people killed overnight in Port Gentil were looters shot by a home owner.Rioters in Port Gentil burned the French consulate and looted nearby shops Thursday following anonymous announcement that former Defense Minister Ali Ben Bongo won last Sunday's presidential election.That violence brought an overnight curfew to Port Gentil which was repeated Friday and will continue, Ndongou says, "as long as necessary if calm does not prevail."Prisoners in Port Gentil were broken out of jail and demonstrators attacked facilities of the French oil firm Total. Expatriate staff and their families have now been evacuated to the capital, Libreville, where Total says they will remain until it is safe to return to Port Gentil.The French Foreign Ministry says French nationals elsewhere in Gabon should stay in their homes.Opposition demonstrators are targeting French concerns because of the long relationship between French leaders and the 42-year-rule of Gabonese President Omar Bongo.Scott Stearns,VOA news,dakar.

The leader of a Somali Islamist militant group told VOA in an exclusive interview Saturday that his militants will keep fighting, even though the conflict has recently led to about 2,000 civilian deaths, and turned half-a-million Somalis into refugees in their own country.

Chinese leader fired the Urumqi Communist Party chief and regional police chief Saturday following violent protests that left 5 people dead.The capital of Xinjiang region return to an ease peace today after thousands have taken to the streets this week to demand better security after hundreds were stabbed with needles.

Burmese state media say security forces have seized drugs, drug-making equipment and weapons near Burma's border with China, where troops recently targeted rebel militants.

And a
senior British Minister says trade and oil deals with Libya played a "very big part" in Britain's decision to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner trade agreement between the two countries.I'm Gloria Gibson,VOA news.
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It's 15: 00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America. From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Gloria Gibson.

Thousands of Germans have taken to the street of Berlin calling on their country to abandon nuclear energy.Protest organizer said more than ten thousand people took part in Saturday's demonstration back by a convoy of several hundred tractors home to a controversial nuclear waste depot.

The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is inspecting the site of a recent airstrike in Northern Afghanistan that local official said killed many civilians among the 90 dead.VOA's Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.

Afghan and NATO officials said that Taliban insurgents in the northern Kunduz province were driving two hijacked fuel trucks to an unknown destination when fighter planes located them on a river bank and bombed them.NATO official said the pre-dawn strike destroyed the fuel trucks and killed a large number of militants. Villagers, however, said locals had also gathered around the hijacked trucks to collect fuel from them when the attack occurred. It caused a huge fireball, they say, that instantly burned most of the people alive.Abdul Razzaq Yaqubi is the provincial police chief, the police officer said that 56 Taliban militants were among those killed. He said most of people being treated in local hospitals are in critical condition. Ayaz Gul for VOA news, Islamabad.

Defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi called for continued protests against Iran's disputed presidential election. Mr. Mousavi's call comes two days after Iran's parliament approved 18 nominees put forward by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his 21-member Cabinet. Meanwhile Iran has accused the United States of forging documents and other intelligence to the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency that says Iran had studied ways to make atomic bombs. The U.S. and other Western nations have accused Iran of enriching uranium to build a nuclear bomb.

You can hear more about the stories we are covering on the Internet at www.voanews.com

Security forces in Gabon continued to clash with opposition demonstrators following the announcement that the son of the country's long-time ruler has been elected president.VOA's West Africa correspondent Scott Stearns reports. Interior Minister Jean-Francois Ndongou told French state radio that two people killed overnight in the city of Port Gentil where looters shot by a home owner. Rioters in Port Gentil burned the French consulate and looted nearby shops Thursday following the announcement that former Defense Minister Ali Ben Bongo won last Sunday's presidential election. That violence brought an overnight curfew to Port Gentil which was repeated Friday and will continue, Ndongou says, "as long as necessary if calm does not prevail.” Prisoners in Port Gentil were broken out of jail and demonstrators attacked facilities of the French oil firm Total. Expatriate staff and their families have now been evacuated to the capital, Libreville, where Total says they will remain until it is safe to return to Port Gentil. The French Foreign Ministry says French nationals elsewhere in Gabon should stay in their homes. Opposition demonstrators are targeting French concerns because of the long relationship between French leaders and the 42-year-rule of Gabonese President Omar Bongo.Scott Stearns,VOA news,dakar.

The leader of a Somali Islamist militant group told VOA in an exclusive interview Saturday that his militants will keep fighting, even though the conflict has recently led to about 2,000 civilian deaths, and turned half-a-million Somalis into refugees in their own country.

Chinese leader firedUrumqi Communist Party chief and regional police chief Saturday following violent protests that left 5 people dead. The capital of Xinjiang region return to an uneasy peace today after thousands have taken to the streets this week to demand better security after hundreds were stabbed with needles.

Burmese state media say security forces have seized drugs, drug-making equipment and weapons near Burma's border with China, where troops recently targeted rebel militants.

And a senior British Minister says trade and oil deals with Libya played a "very big part" in Britain's decision to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner trade agreement between the two countries. I'm Gloria Gibson, VOA news.
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It's 15: 00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.
From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Gloria Gibson.

Thousands of Germans have taken to the streets of Berlin, calling on their country to abandon nuclear energy. Protest organizers said more than 10, 000 people took part in Saturday's demonstration backed by a convoy of several hundred tractors home to a controversial nuclear waste depot.

The commander of U. S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is inspecting the site of a recent airstrike in northern Afghanistan that local officials said killed many civilians among the 90 dead. VOA's Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.

Afghan and NATO officials said that Taliban insurgents in the northern Kunduz province were driving two hijacked fuel trucks to an unknown destination when fighter planes located them on a river bank and bombed them. NATO officials said the pre-dawn strike destroyed the fuel trucks and killed a large number of militants. Villagers, however, said locals had also gathered around the hijacked trucks to collect fuel from them when the attack occurred. It caused a huge fireball, they say, that instantly burned most of the people alive. Abdul Razzaq Yaqubi is the provincial police chief. The police officer said that 56 Taliban militants were among those killed. He said most of people being treated in local hospitals are in critical condition. Ayaz Gul for VOA News, Islamabad.

Defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi called for a continued protest against Iran's disputed presidential election. Mr. Mousavi call comes two days after Iran's Parliament approved 18 nominees put forward by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his 21-member Cabinet. Meanwhile Iran has accused the United States of forging documents and other intelligence to the U. N. nuclear watchdog agency that says Iran had studied ways to make atomic bombs. The U. S. and other Western nations have accused Iran of enriching uranium to build a nuclear bomb.

You can hear more about the stories we are covering on the internet at www. voanews. com.

Security forces in Gabon continued to clash with opposition demonstrators following the announcement that the son of the country's long-time ruler has been elected president. VOA's West Africa correspondent Scott Stearns reports.

Interior Minister Jean-Francois Ndongou told French state radio that two people killed overnight in the city of Port Gentil were looters shot by a home owner. Rioters in Port Gentil burned the French consulate and looted nearby shops Thursday following the announcement that former Defense Minister Ali Ben Bongo won last Sunday's presidential election. That violence brought an overnight curfew to Port Gentil which was repeated Friday and will continue, Ndongou says, "as long as necessary if calm does not prevail. " Prisoners in Port Gentil were broken out of jail and demonstrators attacked facilities of the French oil firm Total. Expatriate staff and their families have now been evacuated to the capital, Libreville, where Total says they will remain until it is safe to return to Port Gentil. The French Foreign Ministry says French nationals elsewhere in Gabon should stay in their homes. Opposition demonstrators are targeting French concerns because of the long relationship between French leaders and the 42-year-rule of Gabonese President Omar Bongo. Scott Stearns, VOA News, Dakar.

The leader of a Somali Islamic militant group told VOA in an exclusive interview Saturday that his militants will keep fighting, even though the conflict has recently led to about 2, 000 civilian deaths, and turned half-a-million Somalis into refugees in their own country.

Chinese leader fired the Urumqi Communist Party chief and the regional police chief Saturday following violent protests that left five people dead. The capital of Xinjiang region returned to uneasy peace today after thousands had taken to the streets this week to demand better security after hundreds were stabbed with needles.

Burmese state media say security forces have seized drugs, drug-making equipment and weapons near Burma's border with China, where troops recently target rebel militants.

And a senior British minister says trade and oil deals with Libya played a "very big part" in Britain's decision to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner-trade agreement between the two countries.

I'm Gloria Gibson, VOA News.
On yoyogo

It’s 15:00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.
From the VOA News Center in Washington, I’m Gloria Gibson.

Thousands of Germans have taken to the streets of Berlin, calling on their country to abandon nuclear energy. Protest organizers say more than 10,000 people took part in Saturday’s demonstration backed by a convoy of several hundred tractors home to a controversial nuclear waste depot.

The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is inspecting the site of a recent airstrike in northern Afghanistan that local officials say killed many civilians among the 90 dead. VOA’s Ayaz Gul reports from Islamabad.

Afghan and NATO officials say that Taliban insurgents in the northern Kunduz province were diving two hijacked fuel trucks to an unknown destination when fighter planes located them on a river bank and bombed them. NATO officials say the pre-dawn strike destroyed the fuel trucks and killed a large number of militants. Villagers, however, say locals had also gathered around the hijacked trucks to collect fuel from them when the attack occurred. It caused a huge fireball, they say, that instantly burned most of the people alive. Abdul Razzaq Yaqubi is the provincial police chief. The police officer says that 56 Taliban militants were among those killed. He said most of the people being treated in local hospitals are in critical condition. Ayaz Gul for VOA News, Islamabad.

Defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi called for / continued protest against Iran’s disputed presidential election. Mr. Mousavi’s call comes two days after Iran's parliament approved 18 nominees put forward by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his 21-member Cabinet. Meanwhile Iran has accused the United States of forging documents and other intelligence to the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency that says Iran had studied ways to make atomic bombs. The U.S. and other Western nations have accused Iran of enriching uranium to build a nuclear bomb.

You can hear more about the stories we are covering on the internet at
/ voanews.com.
Security forces in Gabon continued to clash with opposition demonstrators following the announcement that the son of the country's long-time ruler has been elected president. VOA's West Africa correspondent Scott Stearns reports.

Interior Minister Jean-Francois Ndongou told French state radio that two people killed overnight in the city of Port Gentil were looters shot by a home owner. Rioters in Port Gentil burned the French consulate and looted nearby shops Thursday following the announcement that former Defense Minister Ali Ben Bongo won last Sunday's presidential election. That violence brought an overnight curfew to Port Gentil which was repeated Friday and will continue, Ndongou says, "as long as necessary if calm does not prevail." Prisoners in Port Gentil were broken out of jail and demonstrators attacked facilities of the French oil firm Total. Expatriate staff and their families have now been evacuated to the capital, Libreville, where Total says they will remain until it is safe to return to Port Gentil. The French Foreign Ministry says French nationals elsewhere in Gabon should stay in their homes. Opposition demonstrators are targeting French concerns because of the long relationship between French leaders and the 42-year-rule of Gabonese President Omar Bongo. Scott Stearns, VOA News, Dakar.

The leader of a Somali Islamic militant group told VOA in an exclusive interview Saturday that his militants will keep fighting, even though the conflict has recently led to about 2, 000 civilian deaths, and turned half a million Somalis into refugees in their own country.

Chinese leader fired the Urumqi Communist Party chief and the regional police chief Saturday following violent protests that left five people dead. The capital of Xinjiang region returned to
an uneasy peace today after thousands had taken to the streets this week to demand better security after hundreds were stabbed with needles.

Burmese state media say security forces have seized drugs, drug-making equipment and weapons near Burma's border with China, where troops recently target rebel militants.

And a senior British minister says trade and oil deals with Libya played a very big part in Britain's decision to include the Lockerbie bomber in a prisoner trade agreement between the two countries.

I'm Gloria Gibson, VOA News.





[Homework]【整理】VOA 2009-09-06

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