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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

The conflict in Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.

President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday. Some in Congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action. Critics include members of his own Democratic Party.

But a spokesman says the president was "well within" his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libyan military bases. The strikes began last Saturday.

On Thursday, NATO - the North Atlantic Treaty Organization - agreed to take command of a "no-fly zone" over Libya. A Canadian general will head the alliance's operation there.

The United Nations Security Council approved the flight ban last week to protect civilians, including those in Benghazi. That eastern city is the center of a rebellion against Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi.

Planes from an international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Benghazi. Earlier, the United Arab Emirates agreed to send twelve planes to help enforce the no-fly zone.

Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be to oust Colonel Gadhafi. But the United States says "regime change" is not the goal of the coalition.

There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis. Colonel Gadhafi sent a delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday. But the rebels did not send a representative.

Anti-government protests continued in other Arab countries, including Syria, Yemen and Jordan.

There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Daraa, near the Jordanian border. Similar violence was reported there earlier in the week.

Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Syria, including the capital. In Damascus, after Friday prayers, at least two hundred people demonstrated in support of the people of Daraa.  Reuters news agency reported large numbers of arrests.

The United States has condemned what it called "brutal repression of demonstrations" in Syria. On Thursday the Syrian government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law.

In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued. The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation.

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On Friday Prime Minister Naoto Kan described the situation as "very grave and serious." People living between twenty and thirty kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area.

Police in Japan say more than ten thousand people are now known to have died in the March eleventh quake and tsunami. More than seventeen thousand are still missing. And about three hundred thousand are living in temporary shelters.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.



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This is In The News in VOA Special English.


The conflict in Libya and a nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week. President Obma discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday. Some in Congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action. Critics include members of his own democratic party. But a spokesman says the president was well within his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libyan military bases. The strikes began last Saturday. On Thursday, NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, agreed to take command of a no-fly zone over Libya. A Canadian general will head the alliance operation there.


The United Nations Security Council approved the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in Benghazi. That eastern city is the center of a rebelling against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. Planes from an international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Benghazi. Earlier the United Arab Emeirates agree to send twelve planes to help and force the no-fly zone. Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be oust Colonel Gadhafi. But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition. There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis. Col. Gadhafi sent the delegation to meet with the African officials in Ethiopia on Friday. But the rebel did not send a representative.


Anti-government protests continue in other Arab countries including Syria, Yemen, and Jordan. There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Daraa near the Jordanian border. Similar violence was reported earlier in the week. Protesters demanding freedom held demonstration Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital. In Danascus, after Friday prayers at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the people of Daraa. Reuter News Agency reported large number of arrests. The United States condemned what it called brutal repression of demonstration in Syria. On Thursday, the Syrian government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law.


In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued. The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation. On Friday, Prime Minster Naoto Kan described the situation as very grave and serious. People living between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more than 10,000 people are known to have died in the March 11th quake and tsunami. More than 17,000 are still missing. And about 300,000 are living in temporary shelters.


And that In The News in VOA Special English. I’m Steve Ember.
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this is in the news in voa special english.the conflict in libia and the nuclear crisis in japan were the two big stories this week.president obama discuss  the situation in libya with grational leaders again friday.some in congress say he should have solved congression in approval for american military action.critics including members of his own demoncratic party.bu the spokesman says the president was well within the consitutional rights to order missule attacks on libya military basis.the stikes began last saturday.on thusday, the netor, the north aclantic organization agree to take command to no-fly zone over libya.a condian general will head the alience operation there.the united sates secuiry counsler approved the flight ban last week to pretoct the siviliance including those in  .that eastern city is the center of rebelin againest libya leader.plays from the international co-alash carried out new stikes friday againest libya military targets south of bargacy.earlier, the united arab agreed to send 12 planes to help and force no-fly zones.many experts say area power alone will not protect survillaince.some wonder whether the objective should be to oust kernal gadafy.but the united sates says the change is not the goal of the coalition.there are deplomatic effects to settle the crisis.G sent   to meet with african officials in * on friday.but the rabels did not send a representative.anti-government protestors continued in other arab countries including seriey,yeman and jordan.there were reports from southern serios on friday that the security forces killed 15 or more protestors.the protestors will try to reach daran near the jordain board.simliar violence was reported in the early in the week.protesotors demands freedom held demonstration friday in several locations across seriay including the capital.in *, after friday preaers, at least 200 people demonstrated in support of people of Daran.viotors news agency  reported large numbers of the rests.the united sates has condemned what is called prutoal represion of demonstrations on seriry.on tuesday, the government it will consider reform including an end to years of immergency law.in japan the nuclear emergency continued. the nation is dealing with new concerns that damamge to the F nuclear powers could release the radiation.on friday, priminister decribed the situation as very grave and serious.people leaving between 20 and 30 kilometers of have now to leave the area.police in japan say more than 10,000 people are now known to have died in the march 12 quake and tsnunami.more than 17,000 are still missing.and about 300,000 are living in temporary shleters.
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The conflict in Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan are the two big stories this week. President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday. Some in Congress say he should *** congressional approval for American military action. Critics include his own democratic party. But the spokesman says the president was well within his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libyan military bases. The strikes began last Saturday. On Thursday, the NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, agreed to take command of a No-flight zone over Libya. A Canadian general will **** operation ***. The United Nations Security Council approved the flight bond last week to protect civilians, including those in Benghazi. That eastern city is the center of rebellion against Libyan leader Mouammer Gaddafi. Planes from the international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Benghazi. Earlier, the United **** agreed to send 12 planes to reinforce the No-flight zone. Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be to oust *** Gaddafi. But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition. There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis. *** Gaddafi sent the delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday. But the rebels did not send the representative. Anti-government protests continued in other Arab countries including Syria, Yemen and Jordan. There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed 15 or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach 德拉 near the Jordanian border. Similar violence was reported there earlier in the week. Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital. In Damascus after Friday prayers at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the people in 德拉. Reuters News Agency reported large numbers of rests. The United States has condemned what it called “brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria”. On Thursday the Syrian government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of an emergency law. In Japan the nuclear emergency continued. The nation is dealing new concerns that damage to the 福岛 nuclear power station could release more radiation. On Friday Prime Minister Naoto Kan described the situation as “very grave and serious”. People living between 20 and 30 kilometers off 福岛 have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more than 10000 people are now known to have died in the March 11’s earthquake and tsunami. More than 17000 are still missing and about 300000 are living in temporary shelters.
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This is in the news in VOA Special English.
The conflict in Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week. President Obama discussed the situation in libya with congressional leaders again Friday. Some in congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action. Critics include members of his own democratic party.But a spokesman says the president was well within his constitutional right to order missile attacks on libya military bases. The strikes began last Saturday. On Thursday, NATO, the north Atlantic treaty organisation agreed to take command of a no-fly zone over Libya. A Canadian general will head the alliaces operation there. The United Nation Security Council approved the fly ban last week. To protect civilians including those in Bengasi. That eastern city is the centre of a rebellion against Libya leader Moammar Gadhafi. Planes from the international coalition carried out new stikes Friday against Libya military targets south of Bengasi. Earlier, the United Arab Eramits agreed to  send 12 planes to help and force the no-fly zone. Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be to oust colonel Gadhafi. But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition.  There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis. Colonel Gadhafi send the delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday.But the rebels did not send the representitive. Anti-government protest continued in other Arab countries including Syria, Yemen and Jordan. There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that secutity forces killed 15 or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Daraa near the Jordanian border. Similar violents was reported there earlier in the week. Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital.In Darnassus, after Friday prayers, at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the people of Daraa.Reuters news agency reported large numbers of arrests.The United States has condemned what it called brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria. On Thursday, the Syria government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law. In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the  Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation. On Friday, prime minister Naoto Kan describe the situation as very grave and serious. People living between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more than 10,000 people are now known to have died in the March 11th quake and tsunami. More than 17,000 are still missing and about 300,000 are living in temporary shelters.

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the conflict in Libya and a nuclear crisis in Japan are two big stories this week.pre.obama discussed the situation  in libya with congresional(国会的) leaders Friday.Some in Congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action.critics include members of his old demoncratic party.but a sposeman said pre.was well within his constitutional rights to order missing attacks on libyan military basis.the stricks began last Saturday.on thurseday,NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, agree to take command of no-fly zone on the libya.A Canadian general will head the alliance operation there.

The United Nations Security Council approved the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in Benghazi. That eastern city is the center of a rebelling against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. Planes from an international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Benghazi.  Earlier the United Arab Emeirates agree to send twelve planes to help and force the no-fly zone.  Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be oust Colonel Gadhafi. But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition(结合). There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis.Col. Gadhafi sent the delegation to meet with the African officials in Ethiopia on Friday. But the rebels did not send a representative.Anti-government protests continue in other Arab countries including Syria, Yemen, and Jordan.  There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Daraa near the Jordanian border. Similar violence was reported earlier in the week.Protesters demanding freedom held demonstration Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital. In Danascus, after Friday prayers at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the people of Daraa.Reuter News Agency reported large number of arrests.The United States condemned what it called brutal repression of demonstration in Syria. On Thursday, the Syrian government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law.

In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued. The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation. Prime Minster Naoto Kan described the situation as very grave and serious.People living between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more than 10,000 people are known to have died in the March 11th quake and tsunami. More than 17,000 are still missing. And about 300,000 are living in temporary shelters.




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This is In The News of VOA special English.
The conflict of Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday.Some in congress say he should have solved congressional approval for American military action.Critics include members of his own democratic party.But the spokeman says the president was well within his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Lybian military bases.The strikes began last saturday.On thursday,NATO,the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation,agreed to take commend of a No-flies zone of Libya.A Canadian general will head the alliances operation there. The United Nation security council approved the flight ban last week to protect civilians including those in Benghazi.That eastern city is the center of a rebenllion against Libya leader Muammar Qaddafi.Planes from the international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Benghazi. Earlier,The United Arab Emeirates agreed to send 12 planes to help and force the no-flies zone. Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians.Some wonder whether the objective should be to oust Colonel Gadhafi.United States says regime change is not the goal left the coalition.There are deplomatic efforts to settle the crisis.Qaddafi sent the delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday.But the rebels did not send a representative. Anti-government protests continued in other Arab countries including Syria,Yemen and Jordan.There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed 15 or more protesters.The protesters were trying to reach Dara near the Jordanian border.Simlar violets was reported there earlier in the week.Protesters demanding freeedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital.In the *,after Friday prayers,at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the peole love Dara.Reuter news agency reported larges numbers of arrests.The United States comdemned what it  called brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria.On thursday,the Syrian government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergancy law.
In Japan,the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation.On Friday,prime minister Kan Naoto described the situation as very grave and serious.People living between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area.Police in Japan say more than 10000 people are now known to have died in the Marth 11th earthquake and tsunami.More than 17000 are still missing.And about 300000 are living in temporary shelters.
And that In The News in VOA Special English. I’m Steve Ember.

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This is In the News in VOA Special English.

The conflict in Libya and nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leader again Friday.Some congression say he should sought for congression approve for military action.Criticism included members of his own Democratic Party.But spokesman says the President was in constitutional rights to order missiles attacks on Libyan military bases.The strikes began last Saturday.On Thursday NATO,the North Atlantic Treaty Organization agreed to take command of no-fly zone over Libya.A Canadian general will head alliance operation there.

The United Nations' Security Council approved the flight ban last week to protect the civilian including those in Bengazi.That eastern city is the center of rebel aganist libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.Planes from international coalition carried out the new air strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Banghazi. Earlier the United Arab Emeriers agreed to send 12 planes to help enforce the no-fly zone.Many experts say air power alone can not protect civilians.Some wonder whether objective should be ouster Colonel Gaddafi.But the United States says the regime change is not the goal of coalition.There are the diplomatic efforts to set crisis.Colonel Gaddafi send delegation with African official in Ethiopia on Friday. But rebels did not send representatives.

Anti-government protests continued in other Arab countries including Syria,Yemen and Jordan.There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protestors.The protestors are trying to reach Darra near the Jordanian border.Similar violences was reported there earlier in the week.Protestors demanding freedom held democtrations in several locations across Syria including the capital.In Demarks after Friday's prays at least two hundred people demonstrated in support the people of Darraa.Reuter News Agency reported the large number of arrests.The United States condemned what it called brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria.On Thursday the Syrian government said it will consider the reforms including an end to years of emergency law.

In Japan the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushiama nuclear power station could release more radiation.On Friday the Prime Minister Naoto Kang described the situation as very grave and serious.People live between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area.Police of Japan say more than 10,000 people are now known to dead in March 11th earthquake and tsunami.More than 17,000 people are still missing.And about 300,000 people are living in temporary shelters.

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This is In the News in VOA Special English.
The conflict in Libya and nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.
President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with Congressional leaders again Friday.Some in congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action.Critics include members of his own Democratic party.
But the spokesman says the President was well within his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libya military bases.The strikes began last Saturday.
On Thursday ,NATO, the North Atlantic treaty organization agree to take command of no fly zone over Libya.A Canadian general will head the alliance's operation there.
The United Nation security council opproved that flight ban last week to protect civilians inculuding those in Bebgazi.That eastern city is the center of rebellion against Libya leader Morama Kadafy.
Plans from international callonation carried out new strikes friday against Libya military targets south of Bengazi. Earlier, the United Arab amerites agreed to send 12 plans to help inforce the no fly zone.
Many experts say aeropower alone were not  protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be to oust kernal Kadafy.
But United States says ** change is not the goal of the curlolation.There were deep lamatic efforts to settle the crisis.Kernal Kazafy sent the deligation to meet with African officals in Nifiobia on friday.But the revals did not send the representative.
Antigoverment protest continued in other Arab contries, including Sierrier, Y eman and Jordan.There were reports from southen Sierrier on friday that security forces killed 15 or more protesters.The protesters were trying to reach Daera near the Jordania board.Similar violence was reported there earlier in the week.
Protesters demanding freedom,held demostrations friday in several locations across Sierrier including the capital.In ***, after fridy prayers, at least 200 people demostrated in surport of the people of **.Waters News agence reported large numbers of arrests.
The United States has condamed what is called ** replation of demonstrations in Sierrier.On Thuesday the Sierrier goverment said it will consider reforms including an end to years of the amergence law.
In Japan, the nuclear immergency continue.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the *** nuclear power station could release more radiation.
On friday, prim minister ** describe the situation as very grave and serious. People who living between 20 and 30 kilometers of ** have now been advised to leave the area.
Police in Japan say more than 10,000 people are now known to have died in the March 11th quake and usunnami.More than 17.000 are still missing and about 300,000 are living in temporaty shelters.
And that is In the News in VOA Special English.     


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The conflict in Lybia and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories of this week.
President Obama discussed the situation in Lybia with the Congressional leaders again Friday. Some in Congress say he should have solved Congrational approval for American military actions.Critics included members of his own Demcratic Party. But the spokenman says the president was well within his congrational right to order missel attacks on Lybian military bases. The stike began last Sarturday. On Thursday natal, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization agreed to take command a no-fly zone over Lybia, a Canadian general was hit the alliance  operation there. The Untied Nations Security Concil approved the fight ban last week to protect the Lybians including those in Bangaze, the eastern city is the center of rebeling against Lybian leader ...Planes from the international coalition carried out new stikes Friday agaist Lybian military targets south of Bengaze.Earlier the United Arab Emirates agreed to send 12 planes to help and force the no-fly zone. Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians, some wonder the objective should be outcurst ...but the United States says regin change is not the goal of the coalition.There are other diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis,...sent delegation to meet with African officals in ... on Friday, but the repels did not send the representatives.
Antigovernmental protests continued in other countries including Syria,Yemen and Jodan.There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed 15 or more protesters.The protesters were trying to reach Deraa near the Jodanine boarder.Similar violences were reported there earlier in the week.Preotesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locatins across Syria including the capital. In Denmacs after Friday prayers, at least 200 demonstated in support of the people love Deraa.Loust news agency reported large numbers of arrests, The United States has condemed what is called brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria. On Thursday the Syrian government says it will consider reforms including an end of 2 years emergence law.
In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation. On Friday,Prime Minister Naoto Kan described the situation as very grive and serious.People living between 20 and 30 kms of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more 10,000 people are now known to have died in the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, more 17,000 are still missing, about 300,000 are living in teporary shelters.

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This is IN THE NEWS iN VOZ SPECIAL ENGLISH.The completing in Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday.Some in congress say he should have shocked congressional approval for American military action.Critics include members of his own democratic party.But a spokesman says the President was well within his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libyon military basis.The strikes began last Saturday.On Thursday NATO the Atlantic Treaty Organization agreed to take a command of no fly zone over Lybia.A Canadian general ? the alliance's operation bare.The United Nation Security Council approved the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in B.That eastern city is the center of the rebellion against Libyon leader Moamar Gadephy.Planes from the international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyon military target south of B.Earlier the United A A agreed to sent 12 planes to help and force the no fly zone.Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians.Some wonder whether the objectives should be to oust Colonel Gadephy.But the United States says reiging change is not the goal of the coalition.There were diplomatic efferts to settle the crisis. Colonel Gadephy sent the deligation to meet with African officials in E on Friday but the rebels did not sent the representatives.Anti-government protests continued in other area countries including S, Yemen and Jordan.There were reports from southern S on Friday that the security forces killed 15 or more protesters.The protesters were trying to reach D their B border.Similar violents was reported earlier in the week.Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across S including the capital.In D after friday prayers at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the people of D.V's news agency reported large numbers of arrests.The US has condemned what it called the brutal repression of demonstrations in S.On Thursday the S government saied it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law.
In Japan the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damages to the Hukusuma nuclear power station could release more radiation.
On Friday Prime Minister Naotokan discribe the situation as very grave and serious.People living between 20 and 30 kms of Hukusuma have now beat the bias to leave the area.Police in JAPAN say more than 10 thousand people are now known to have died in the March 11's quake and tsunami.More than 17,000 are still missing and about 300,000 are living in temporary shelters.
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Th conflict in Libya and nuclear crisis in Japan were 2 big stories this week.President Obama discuse the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday.
Someone in congress say he should have thought the approval of american military action.Critics include members in his democrat party.The spokes man says the president was well within his consitional right to order missile attract Libya military bases.The strike begain in last Saturday.On tuesday, NATO agree to take command of no-fly zone of Libya.A canadian genernal will hear the alliance operation there to protect cilvilians including those Benghazi.That is the eastern city is the center of the rebellian againist Liyba leader Moammer Gadhafi,playing a internation carry out new strikes on Friday againist Liyba military target south of Benghazi.Earlier the United Arab Emeirate decided to send 12 planes to help and enforce the no-fly zone.Many expert says the air force alone will not protect civilians.Some wonder whether the objective should be to out colonel Gadhafi.The US says regime change the is not the goal of coalition.There were diplomatic effort to settled of the crisis.
Colonel Gadhafi sent the delegation to meet with African officals in Ethiopia on Friday.But the rebel didn`t send representive.Anti-goverment protectest still countioued in area of other countries including Syria,Yemen and Jordan.There were more report from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed 15 or more protestors.The protestors trying to reach Dara near the Jordanian border.Simliar violence was reported there early in the week.Protestors demanding freedom held demonstration on Friday across Syria including the capital.In Damascus after Friday prayers at least 200 peoples demonstrated in support the people in Dara.Ruter news agency reported large of rest,the US was comdemned what they called brutal repression demonstration in Syria.On thuesday,the Syrian goverment said it will consider reform including and end to year for an emergency law.
In Japan the nuclear energency countioued,the nation is dealing with new concern that damanged to the Fukuchima nuclear power station could release more radiation.
'Mada mada unda??? ni ma~~yi da die yi na yi~~~'On Friday the primeminister Naoto Kam discribe the situation in as very grave and serious. People living between 20-30 kilometers of Fukuchima have now living the area.Police say more than 10000 people are now known to have die in the March quake and tsunami.More than 70000 are missing.And about 300000 are living in the temporary shelters.
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This is in the news in VOA Special English. The conflict in Libiar and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week. President Obama discuss the situation in Libiar with Congressional leaders again Friday. Some in Congress say he should have thought of congressional approval for American military action. Critics include members of his own Damocratic Party. But the spokesman says the president is well within his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libiar military bases. The strikes began last Saturday. On thursday, Nato, the North Atlantic Trade Organization agreed to take commend of a no-fly zone over Libiar. A Canadian general will head the alliance operation *. The United Nation Security * approve the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in Bencasy. That eastern city is the center of rebellian against Libiar leader Moamagadafi. Planes from international coelition carried out new strike Friday against Libiaran military target south of Bencasy. Earlier, The United airied * agreed to send off 12 planes to help and force the no-fly zone. Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objectives should be to Ouster Crinal Gadafi. But the United States says * change is not the goal * the *. There are * * to settle the crisis. Cratinal Gadafi sent the deligation to meet with Africa officials in Isrobia on Friday. But the rebels did not send the representative. Anti-government protest continued in other Arab countries including Sira, Yamen and Jorten. There were reports from Saden seria on Friday that security forces killed 15 or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Dera near the Jordenal border. Similar violence was reported there earlier this week. Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Seria including the capital. In Demaskers after Friday prayers at least two hundred people demonstrated in support of the people *.* news agency reported large numbers of arrests. The  United States has contended what it called brutal represstion of demonstrations in Seria. On Thursday, the seria government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law.
In Japan the nuclear emergency continued. The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation.
On Friday, Prime Minister Naotocam described the situation as very grave and serious. People living between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more than ten thousand people are now known to have died in the March 11th earthquake and tsunami. More than 17000 are still missing and about three hundred thousand are living in temporary shelters.
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The conflict in Lybia and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.President Obama discussed the situation in Lybia with Congressional Leaders again Friday.Some in Congress say he should have sought Congressional approval for American military action.Critics include members of his own democratic party.But a spokesman says the president was well within his constitutional right to order missle attacts on Lybian military bases.The stikes began last Saturday.On Thusday,NATO,the North Atkabtuc Treaty Organization agreed to take commend of no-fly zone over Lybia.A Canadian general were heard the alliance operation there.

The United Nation Security Council approved the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in Benghazi.That eastern city is the center of rebellion against Lybia leader Moammar Gadhafi.Planes from a inthernational coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Lyabian military targets south of Benghazi.Earlier,the United Arab * agreed to send twelve planes to help and force the no-fly zone.Many experts say air-power alone will not protect civilians.Some wonder whether the obejective should be to oust C Gadhafi.But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition.There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis.C Gadhafi sent the delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday.But the rebels did not send the representative.

Anti-government protests continued in other Arab countries including Syria,Yemen and Jordan.There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protesters.The protesters were trying to reach Daraa,near the Jordanian border.Similar violents was reported their earlier in the week.Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital.In *,after Friday prayers,at least two hundred people demonstrated in support of the people love Daraa.Reuter's News Agency reported large numbers of arrests.The United States has condemned what is called brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria.On Thursday the Syrian govenment said it will consider reforms including an end two years of emergency law.

In Japan,the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation.On Friday,Prime Minister Naoto Kan described the situation as very grave and serious.People living between twenty and thirty kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area.Police in Japan say more than ten thousand people are now known to have died in the March Eleventh quake and tsunami.More than seventeen thousand are still missing.And about three hundred thousand are living in temporary shelters.

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