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More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot. I'm David Deforest reporting from Washington.

Egyptian morgue officials say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 1,700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protesters continued to hold central Tahrir Square where security forces fired teargas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's Interior Ministry. For more on this story visit our website, voanews.com.

U.S. media say the Obama administration will announce new sanctions against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unnamed U.S. officials as saying the U.S. State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrol-chemical industry.

Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab Spring protests and concern over Iran's nuclear program, representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear-weapon(s口误吧-。-)-free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look.

Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East has been in the works for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb with a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a military dimension to Tehran's nuclear activities.

Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.

Gunmen in northern Syria opened fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkey citizens back from a Haji in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. The gunmen's affiliation is not clear.

Police in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post offices, police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York's mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old Jose Pimentel was inspired by al-Qaeda but was working alone and not a part of a larger conspiracy.

The latest effort to cut the U.S. government's debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the U.S. Congress plans to announce that they have failed in their mandate from lawmakers to trim the federal debt by $1.2 trillion over the next decade.

The long-awaited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert Carmichael reports.

The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and charges they face. The list of alleged crimes is long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution and willful killing among others. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight, the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini-trial is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael for VOA News, Phnom Penh

The first war crimes trial stemming from Bangladesh's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami Party got under way Sunday in Dhaka.

Pakistan's government is reportedly holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jumpstart peace negotiations. Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern Balochistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.

A spokesman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu kyi says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country's next bi-election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the National League for Democracy's executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma's new senate.

On Wall Street, U.S. stock indexes down at this hour.

I'm David Deforest, more news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot. I’m David Deforest reporting from Washington.



Egyptian morgue officials say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 1,700 people have been wounded. VOA’s correspondent in Cairo says protesters continued to hold central Tahrir Square where security forces fired teargas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt’s Interior Ministry. For more on this story visit our website, voanews.com.



U.S. media say the Obama administration will announce a new sanction against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unnamed U.S. officials as saying the U.S. State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran’s petrol-chemical industry.



Amid the turmoil of this year’s Arab Spring protests and concerns over Iran’s nuclear program, representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear-weapon-free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look.



Lisa Bryant: “Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear-weapon-free zone has been in the works for years. Iran is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb. With a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a military dimension to Tehran’s nuclear activities. Lisa Bryant for VOA news, Paris.



Gunmen in northern Syrian open fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkey citizens back from a Haji in Saudi Arabia. They say tow people were wounded. The gunmen’s affiliation is not clear.



Police in New York arrest a man they say was plotting to attack post offices police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York’s mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old Jose Pimentel was inspired by al-Qaeda but was working alone and not a part of a larger conspiracy.



The latest effort to cut U.S. government debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the U.S. Congress plans to announce they had failed in their mandate from lawmakers to trim the federal debt by $1.2 trillion over the next decade.



The long-await trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert Carmichael reports.



Robert Carmichael: “The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of three accused senior Khmer Rouge leades and charges they face. The list of alleged crimes are long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution, wand willful killing among others. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trail shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight, the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini-trail is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael for VOA news, Phnom Penh.”



The first war crimes trail stemming from Bangladesh’s 1979 war independence from Pakistan has begun. The trail of Delwar Hossain, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami Party got under way Sunday in Dhaka.



Pakistan’s government is reportedly holding a preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jumpstart peace negotiations. Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern Balochistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.



A spokesman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu kyi says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country’s next bi-election which is expected by the end of year. A member of the National League for Democracy’s executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma’s new senate.



On Wall Street, U.S. stock indexes down at this hour. I’m David Deforest, more news on the internet at voanews.com.
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More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot. I'm David Deforest reporting from Washington.
Egyptian morgue officials say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 1,700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protesters continued to hold central Tahrir Square where security forces fired teargas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's Interior Ministry. For more on this story visit our website, voanews.com.

U.S. media say the Obama administration will announce \ new sanctions against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unnamed U.S. officials as saying the U.S. State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrol-chemical industry.

Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab Spring protests and concern\ over Iran's nuclear program, representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear-weapons-free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look.

Lisa Bryant: “Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East has been in the works for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb\ with a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a military dimension to Tehran's nuclear activities. Lisa Bryant for VOA news, Paris.

Gunmen in northern Syria\ opened fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkey citizens back from a Haji in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. The gunmen's affiliation is not clear.

Police in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post offices, police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York's mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old Jose Pimentel was inspired by al-Qaeda but was working alone and not a part of a larger conspiracy.

The latest effort to cut U.S. government's debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the U.S. Congress plans to announce that they had failed in their mandate from lawmakers to trim the federal debt by $1.2 trillion over the next decade.

The long-awaited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert Carmichael reports.

Robert Carmichael: “The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and charges they face. The list of alleged crimes is long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution\ and willful killing among others. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight, the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini-trial is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael for VOA news, Phnom Penh.”

The first war crimes trial stemming from Bangladesh's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami Party got under way Sunday in Dhaka.

Pakistan's government is reportedly holding \ preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jumpstart peace negotiations. Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern Balochistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.

A spokesman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu kyi says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country's next bi-election which is expected by the end of year. A member of the National League for Democracy's executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma's new senate.

On Wall Street, U.S. stock indexes down at this hour. I'm David Deforest, more news on the internet at voanews.com.
                                                   

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More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York city police foil a possible bomb block. I’m David Deforest reporting from Washington.
Egyptian Mago officials say three days of violence between police and Pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 17 people have been wounded. VOA’s correspondent in Cairo says protesters continue to hold Central Toria Square where security forces fired tear gas at demonstrators hurling objects to police. Violence also erupted near Egypt’s interior ministry. For more on this story visit our website voanews.com.
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Host by the international atomic energy agency that two-day meeting on creating a nuclear weapon free zone in the Middle East has been in the words for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the nuclear non-proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement and evidence appears to be mounting that Iron is trying to build a nuclear bomb. With a new IAEA report a strongly suggesting a military dimension to check Iron’s nuclear activities. Lisa Bran for VOA news Paris.
Gunmen in northern Syria open fire today on a convoy of buses carried in Turkey’s citizens back from Mohaz in Sawudiavidian. They say two men were wounded and the gunmen’s affiliation is not clear.
Police in New York arrested the man they say was plotting to attack post offices, police cars, and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York’s major told reporters Sunday 24 year old Hozy Pemantell was inspired by Al-Qadar but was working alone and not apart from a larger conspiracy.
The latest effort to cut the US government’s debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of special debt reduction committee of the US Congress planned to announce that they have failed in there Monday from law makers to trim the federal debt by 1.2 billion dollars over the next decade.
The long awaited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge open today in Phnom Penh. The three are accused of charges with genesis, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert CoMichal reports.
The hearings opened Monday with co-staff reading out the names of three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and the charges they face. The listed crimes are long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution, and willful killing among others. News Aran say seeing among the trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution, in the full not the court will start hearing the evidence against the three. This first trial is expected to take two years. Robert CoMichal for VOA news, Phnom Penh.
The first war crimes trial’s stemming from Bangladesh 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has began. The trial of Delwar Hossain Sayedee, as senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat in Islamic Party got under way Sunday in Dhaka. Pakistan’s government is reportedly holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban they are looking for a waist jump start peace negotiation. Pakistani officials say gunmen ambushed the paramilitary frontier corrian campaign in southwestern Luchistan province. Tthey say 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.
A spokesman for Berman democracy leader Alan San Suchy says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country’s next by-election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the national league for the democracy’s executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Berman’s new senate.
On Wall Street US stocking indexes down at this hour, I’m David Deforest more news on the internet at voanews.com.
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[Homework]VOA 2011-11-22

More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot.
I'm David Deforest reporting from Washington.
Egyptian morgue official says three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Official says more than 1700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protesters continue to hold central Tahrir Square where security forces fire tear gas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's interior ministry. For more on this story. Visit our website, voanews.com.
U.S. medias say the Obama Administration will announce new sanction against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unnamed U.S. official as saying the U.S. State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrochemical industry.
Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab Spring protests and concern over Iran's nuclear program, representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear-weapons-free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look.
Posted by the International Atomic Energy Agency the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East has been in the words for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. Evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb with a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a military dimension to Tehran's nuclear activity. Lisa Bryant for VOA News Paris.
Gunmen in northen Syria opened fire today on a convey of buses carrying Turkish citizens back from the Hajj in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. The gunmen's affiliation is not clear.
Police in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post office's police cars, and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York's mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old Jose Pimentel was inspired by al-Qaeda but was working alone and not a part of larger conspiracy.
The latest effort to cut the U.S. government's debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt-reduction committee of the U.S. Congress plans to announce that they have failed in their mandate from lawmakers to trim the federal debt by 1.2 trillion dollars over the next decade.
The long-awaited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge open today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert Karlmike reports.
The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and the charges they face. The list of alledged crimes is long, and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, enprisonment, tortue, persecution, and willful killing among others. N** say seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a full night the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini trial is expected to take two years. Robert Karlmichael for VOA News, Phnom Penh.
The first war crimes trial stemming from Bangladesh's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of Delawar Hossain Sayedee, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamat-e-Islami Party got underway Sunday in Dhaka.
Pakistan's government is reportedly holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jump-start peace negotiations. Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern  Baluchistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and 6 wounded.
Spokesman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country's next by-election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the National League for democracy's executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma's new Senate.
On Wall Street, U.S stock indexes down at this hour.
I'm David Deforest. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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[Homework]VOA 2011-11-22

More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot.
I’m David Deforest, reporting from Washington.

Egyptian morgue officials say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 1,700 people have been wounded. VOA’s correspondent in Cairo says protesters continued to hold central Tahrir Square where security fired tear gas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt’s Interior Ministry. For more on this story, visit our website voanews.com.

U.S. media say the Obama administration will announce new sanctions against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapon. Reports quote unnamed U.S. officials as saying the U.S. State Department will impose sanctions on goods and service used by Iran’s petrochemical industry.

Amid the turmoil of this year’s Arab Spring protests and concerns over Iran’s nuclear program, representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear weapons free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look.

Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear weapon free zone in the Middle East has been in the works for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a new nuclear bomb, with a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a military dimension to Tehran’s nuclear activities. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.

Gunmen in northern Syria opened fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkish citizens back from the Hajj in Saudi Arabia. They say two were wounded. The gunmen’s affiliation is not clear.

Police in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post offices, police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York’s Mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old Jose Pimentel was inspired by al-Qaida, but that was working alone, and not a part of a larger conspiracy.

The latest effort to cut the U.S. government’s debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the U.S. Congress plan to announce that they have failed in their mandate from lawmakers to trim the federal debt by $1.2 trillion over the next decade.

The long awaited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert Carmichael reports.

The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and the charges they face. The list of alleged crimes is long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution and willful killing, among others. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight, the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini trial is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael for VOA News, Phnom Penh.

The first war crimes trial stemming from Bangladesh’s 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of Delawar Hossain Sayedee, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami party got under way on Sunday in Dhaka.

Pakistan’s government is reported holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jump-start peace negotiations.

Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern Baluchistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.

A spokesman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country next by-election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the National League for Democracy’s executive committee told reporters she will run for one of the 48 seats available in Burma’s new senate.

On Wall Street, U.S. stock indexes down at this hour.

I’m David Deforest, more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York city police boil a possible bomb plot. I am David reporting from Washington.


Egyptian official say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Official say more than 17,000 people have been wounded. VOA’s correspondent in Caro says protesters continue to hold central square where security forces fire tear gas at demonstrators hurling objects of police. Violence also erupted near Egypt’s interior ministry. For more and story, visit our website, VOAnews.com.

USA media says the Obama administration will announce new sanction against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unnamed US officials saying that US data department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran’s patrol chemical industry.

Admitted turmoil of this year’s Arab’s spring protests and concern over Iran’s nuclear program representatives of Israel and some Arabic States are in Vietnam for talks about a nuclear weapons free middle-east. Lisa takes a look.

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Gunmen in northern Syria open fire today on a convey of buses carrying Turkish citizens back from ** in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. The gunmen’s affiliation is not clear.

Police in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post offices’ police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York’s mayor told reporters Sunday 27 year-old ** was inspired by ocareted was working alone and was not a part of a larger consbirecy.

The latest effort to cut the US government’s debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the US congress plans to announce they have failed in their main from law makers to shrink the federal debt by 1.2 trillion dollars over the next decade.

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On Wall Street US stock indexes down at this hour. I am David, more news, on the Internet at VOAnews.com.
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[Homework]VOA 2011-11-22

More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot. I'm David Deforest reporting from Washington.                                                   


Egyptian morgue officials say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 1,700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protesters continue to hold central Tahrir Square where security forces fired tear gas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's interior ministry. For more on this story visit our website voanews.com.


US media say the Obama administration will announce new sanctions against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unknown US officials as saying the US State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrol chemical industry.


Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab Spring protests and concerns over Iran's nuclear program representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear weapons free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look.
Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency the two day meeting on creating a nuclear weapon free zone in Middle East has been in the works for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. Israel says it will the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb with a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a military dimension to Iran's nuclear activities. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.


Gunmen in Syria open fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkish citizens back from the Hajj in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. The gunmen's affiliation is not clear.


Policemen in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post offices, police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York's major told reporters Sunday 27 year old Jose Pimentel was inspired by al-Qaeda but was working alone and was not a part of a larger conspiracy.


The latest effort to cut the US government debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the US congress plans to announce that they have failed in their mandate from law makers to trim the federal debt by 1.2 trillion dollars over the next decade.


The long-waited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crime against humanity and war crimes. Robert Carmichael reports.
The hearing opened Monday with the court staff reading out the names of three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and the charges they face. The list of alleged crimes is long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution, and willful killing among others. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes would not escape prosecution. In a fortnight the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini-trial is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael for VOA News, Phnom Penh.


The first war crimes trial stemming from Bangladesh's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of Delwar Hossain Sayedee, a senior leader leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami party got underway Sunday in Dhaka.   


Pakistan's government is reportedly holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jump-start peace negotiations.


Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern Baluchistan province. 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.


A spokesman for Burma's democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi said she will run for a seat in parliament in the country's next by-election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the National League for Democracy Executive Committee told reporters she will run for one of 40 seats available in Burma's new Senate.  


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[Homework]VOA 2011-11-22

More than 20 people are died in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot. I'm David reporting from Washington.

Egyptian morgue officials say 3 days violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Official say more 1700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protesters continued to hold Central T Square where security forces fired teargas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's Interior Ministry. For more on the story visit our website voanews.com.

US media say the Obama administration will announce new sanction against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote on unnamed US officials are saying the US State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrol-chemical industry.

Amid the turmoil this year Arab spring protests and concern over Iran's unclear programrepresentatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear weapon free Middle East. L takes a look.

'Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency that 2-day meeting on creating a nuclear weapon free zone in the Middle East has been in the works for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement and evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to bulid a nuclear bomb. With a new IAEA report a strongly suggesting a military dimension to T nuclear activities. L for VOA news, Paris.'

Gunmen in northern Syrian open fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkey citizens back from a Haji in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded and gunmen'saffiliation is not clear.

Police in New York arrest a man they say was plotting to attack post offices police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York's mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old J was inspired by A but was working alone and not was, not a part of a largerconspiracy.

The latest effort to cut US government debt has apparently ended in failure. Leadera of the special debt reduction committee of the US Congress plans to announce they have failed in their mandate from their lawmakers to trim the federal debt by 1.2 trillion dollars of the next decade.

Long await trail of 3 surviving leaders of the K open today in P, the 3 accused are charged with genocide crimes against humanity and war crimes. R reports.

'The hearings opened on Monday with court staff reading out the names of 3 accused senior K leaders and charges they face. The list of alleged crimes are long and includes murder extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution, wand willful killing among others. N says seeing them on trail shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight the court will start hearing evidence against the three this first mini-trail is expected to take two years. R for VOA news. '

The first war crimes trail stemming from B in 1971 war for independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of D, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic J Party got under way Sunday in D.

Pakistan's government is reportedly holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban they are looking for ways of jump start peace negotiations. Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary  frontier corps encampment in southwestern B province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and 6 wounded.

A spokesman for Burma democracy leader A says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country's next by election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the national league for the demoncracy's is executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats avaliable in Burma's new senate.

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[Homework]VOA 2011-11-22

More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York police foil (使受挫)a bomb plot. I'm David Force reporting from Washington.
Egyptian morgue (太平间) official say 3 days of violence between police and pro-democracy protestors have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Official say more than 1700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protestors continue to hold central Tahrir Square (开罗解放广场) where security forces fired teargas at demonstrators hurling (扔) objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's interior ministry. For more on the story, visit our website voanews.com.
US media say the Obama administration will announce new sanctions against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapen. Reports quote unnamed US officials of saying the US State department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrol-chemical industry.
Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab Spring protests and concern over Iran's nuclear program, representatives of Isreal and some Arab States are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear-weapens free Middle-East.Lisa Bryant takes a look.
“Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear-weapon free zone in the Middle-East has been in the words for years.Isreal is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty. Isreal says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle-East peace settlement and evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb, with a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a minitary dimention to Tehran's nuclear activities. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.”
Gunmen in North Syria open fire today on a convoy (护送队)of buses carrying Turkey's citizens back from the haji(??) in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. The gummen's affiliation is not clear.
Police in New York and soldiers arrested a man they say was ploting to attack post-offices, police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.New Yorks mayor told reporters Sunday  27-year-old Jose Pmentel was inspired by Al Quada but was working alone and not a part of a larger conspiracy.
The latest effort to cut the US government's debt have apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the US Congress plans to announce that they have failed in their mandate (委托) from law-makers to trim the federal debt by 1.2 trillon dollars over the next decade.
The long-awaited trial of the three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge (红色高棉)open today in Phnom Penh(金边). The three accoused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.Karl Michael reports.
“The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and the charges they face. The list of alleged crimes is long and includes murder,extermination (消灭), inslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution, and willful killing among others.Neo Sarem says seeing them on trial shows that those commit such crimes will not escape persecution. In a fortnight the court will start evidence against the three. This mini-trial is expected to take two years.Robert Karl Michael for VOA News, Phnom Penh.”
The first war crime's trial stemming from Bangladesh's 1971 War of Independence from Pakistan has begun.The trial of Delwar Hossain Sayedee, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami party got under way Sunday in Dhaka.
Pakistan's government is reported of holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jump-start peace negotiation.Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed a para-minitary froutier corps (军团)encampment (营地)in South Western Balochistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and 6 wounded.
Spokensman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu kyi says she will run for a seat in Parliament in the country's next-by election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the National League for Democracy's Executive Committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma's new Senate.
On Wall Street US stock indexes down at this hour. I'm David Force. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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[Homework]VOA 2011-11-22

More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot. I'm David Deforest reporting from Washington.Egyptian morgue officials say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 1,700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protesters continue to hold central xxx Square where security forces fire teargas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's Interior Ministry. For more on the story, visit our website voanews.com.
US media say the Obama administration will announce new sanctions against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unnamed US officials as saying the US State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrochemical industry.
Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab spring protests and concern over Iran's nuclear program, representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear weapons-free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look. Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear-weapon-free-zone in the Middle East had been in the works for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb with a new IAEA report, a strongly suggesting a military dimension to Tehran's nuclear activities. Lisa Bryant, for VOA news, Paris.
Gunmen in northern Syria open fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkish citizens back from a haj in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. Gunmen's affiliation is not clear.
Police in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post offices, police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York's Mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old xxx was inspired by al-Qaeda but was working alone and was not a part of a larger conspiracy.
The latest effort to cut the US government's debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt-reduction committee of the US Congress plans to announce that they have failed in their mandate from lawmakers to trim the federal debt by $1.2 trillion over the next decade.
The long-awaited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert Carmichael reports.
The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and the charges they face.
The list of alleged crimes is long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution, and willful killing among others. xxx says seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini-trial is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael, for VOA, Phnom Penh.
The first war crimes trial stemming from xxx's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of xxx, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic xxx Party got under way Sunday in Dakar.
Pakistan's government is reportedly holding preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jump-start peace negotiations. Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary frontier corps encampment in southwestern xxx Province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and 6 wounded.
A spokesman for Burma democracy leader xxx says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country's next bi-election which is expected by the end of the year. A member of the National League for Democracy Executive Committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma's new senate.
On Wall Street, US stock indices down at this hour.
I'm David Deforest, more news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest, New York City police XXX the possible bomb plot, I am David Forrest reporting from Washington.

Egyptian XXX official say three days violence between police and pro-democracy protestors left at least 24 people dead in nationwide. Official say more than 1700 people have been wounded. VOA correspondent in Cairo says protestors continued hold in the central Tahrir square where security force fired tear gas, demonstrators hurling objects to police. The violence also erupted near Egypt interior ministry, for more on this story visit our website VOA news.com.

US media say Obama administration will announce new sanction against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quoted unnamed US official as saying the US state department will impose sanction on goods service used by Iran petrol chemical industry.

Amid the turmoil of this year Arab spring protest and concerns over Iran nuclear program, representative of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear weapon free middle east. Hosted by international atomic energy agency, the two day meeting creating a nuclear weapon free zone in Middle East has been in works for four years. Israel is the only county in this region that has not joined the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel says he will join NPT only when there is comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb. With the IAEA reports strongly suggesting, a military dimension to Tiran nuclear activities, VOA news Paris.

Gunmen in northern Syria open fire today on the convoy of the buses carrying the Turkish citizens back from Haji in Saudi Arabia. They see two people were wounded, gunman affiliation is not clear.

Police in NY arrested the man they say was plotting to attack post office police cars and soldier returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York mayor told reporters Sunday 27 years old, Jose Pimentel was inspired by Al-Qaeda but was working alone and not the part of the large conspiracy.

The latest effort to cut US government debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of the special debt-reduction committee of the US congress plan to announce they has failed in the mandate from the lawmakers to trim the federal debt by 1.2 trillion dollars over the next decades.

A long-await trial three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crime against humanity and war crime, Robber reports.

The hearing open Monday with court staff reading out the name of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and the charges they face. The list of alleged crime is long, including the murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, prosecution and killing. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In the fortnight, the court start hearing evidence against three, the first trial is expected to take two years.

The first war crime trial stemming from Bangladesh in 1971 war independent from Pakistan has begun, the trail of Delwar Hossain, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islamic Party got under way Sunday in Dhaka.

Pakistan government is reportedly holding preliminary peace talk with the Pakistan in Taliban, they are looking for the way to XXX peace negotiation. Pakistan official say the gunman ambushed the paramilitary frontier campaign in southern western province, they say forty solder were killed and six wounded.

The spokesman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu kyi, she will run for a seat in parliament in the country by election, which is expected by the end of this year. A member of the National League for Democracy’s executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma’s new senate.
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More than 20 people are dead in Egyptian unrest. New York City police foil a possible bomb plot. I'm David Deforest reporting from Washington.
Egyptian morgue officials say three days of violence between police and pro-democracy protesters have left at least 22 people dead nationwide. Officials say more than 1,700 people have been wounded. VOA's correspondent in Cairo says protesters continued to hold central Tahrir Square where security forces fired teargas at demonstrators hurling objects at police. Violence also erupted near Egypt's Interior Ministry. For more on this story visit our website, voanews.com.

U.S. media say the Obama administration will announce \ new sanctions against Iran today in response to international concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quote unnamed U.S. officials as saying the U.S. State Department will impose sanctions on goods and services used by Iran's petrol-chemical industry.

Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab Spring protests and concern\ over Iran's nuclear program, representatives of Israel and some Arab states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear-weapons-free Middle East. Lisa Bryant takes a look.

Lisa Bryant: “Hosted by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the two-day meeting on creating a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East has been in the works for years. Israel is the only country in the region that has not joined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Israel says it will join the NPT only when there is a comprehensive Middle East peace settlement. And evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is trying to build a nuclear bomb\ with a new IAEA report strongly suggesting a military dimension to Tehran's nuclear activities. Lisa Bryant for VOA news, Paris.

Gunmen in northern Syria\ opened fire today on a convoy of buses carrying Turkey citizens back from a Haji in Saudi Arabia. They say two people were wounded. The gunmen's affiliation is not clear.

Police in New York arrested a man they say was plotting to attack post offices, police cars and soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. New York's mayor told reporters Sunday 27-year-old Jose Pimentel was inspired by al-Qaeda but was working alone and not a part of a larger conspiracy.

The latest effort to cut U.S. government's debt has apparently ended in failure. Leaders of a special debt reduction committee of the U.S. Congress plans to announce that they had failed in their mandate from lawmakers to trim the federal debt by $1.2 trillion over the next decade.

The long-awaited trial of three surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge opened today in Phnom Penh. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Robert Carmichael reports.

Robert Carmichael: “The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of the three accused senior Khmer Rouge leaders and charges they face. The list of alleged crimes is long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution\ and willful killing among others. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trial shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight, the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini-trial is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael for VOA news, Phnom Penh.”

The first war crimes trial stemming from Bangladesh's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan has begun. The trial of Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, a senior leader in the opposition Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami Party got under way Sunday in Dhaka.

Pakistan's government is reportedly holding \ preliminary peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban. They are looking for ways to jumpstart peace negotiations. Pakistani officials say gunmen have ambushed the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern Balochistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.

A spokesman for Burma democracy leader Aung San Suu kyi says she will run for a seat in parliament in the country's next bi-election which is expected by the end of year. A member of the National League for Democracy's executive committee told reporters she will run for one of 48 seats available in Burma's new senate.

On Wall Street, U.S. stock indexes down at this hour. I'm David Deforest, more news on the internet at voanews.com.
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More than 20 people were dead in the Egyption unrest.New york city police foil a possible bomb plot.I am David Deforce reporting from Washionton.
Egyption morgue official say three days violence between police and prodemacrocy protesters left at least 22 people dead nationwide, official say more than 7000 people have been wounded. VOA's coorespondent  in C say protesters continued to hold central square where security forces fire teargas at the demonstrators hurling objects at police. The violence also erupted near Egyption interior ministry. For more on this story visit our website the VOAnews.com
US media said the Obama's administration will announce new sanctions against Iran' today in ressponse to International concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons. Reports quoted unnamed US official say the US departemnt  will impose sanctions on goods and serveses useb by Iran petrol-chemical industry.
Amid the turmoil of this year's Arab spring protester and concerns over Iran's  nuclear program representatives of Isrel and  some Arab's states are in Vienna for talks about a nuclear weapon free middle east.
Hosted by International Atomic Enerty Agency the two days meeting and creating a nuclear weapon freezone at middle east has been in the works of years.Isral is the only country in the region has not join the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treagy.Isrel said it will join the NPT onlu when there is a comprehention Middle East peace settlement and evidence appears to be mounting that Iran is tying to build a culear bomb. With a new IAEA report a strongly suggesting a millitary dimension to Iran's nuclear activities.L from VOA news ,Paris.
Gunmen in northen Syrian open fire today on convoy of buses carring Turkey citizens back from H in S. They say two people were wounded , the goverment affiliation were not clear.
Police in Newyork arrested a man ,they say he was poiting to attack the postoffices police cars and soildiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Newyork's mayor told reporters sunday 27 years old H  was inspired by A but was working alone and was not a part of large conspiracy.
The lasted effort to cut the US goverment debt has apparently ended in failure.Leaders of a special debt reduction commity in the US congress plans to annouce that they have failed in their mandate lawmakers to trim fedral debt by 1.2 trillion dollars over the next decade.
The long waite trial of three surviving leaders  of  K open today in P. The three accused are charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. L reports.
The hearings opened Monday with court staff reading out the names of three accused senior Khmer Rouge leades and charges they face. The list of alleged crimes are long and includes murder, extermination, enslavement, imprisonment, torture, persecution, wand willful killing among others. Neou Sarem says seeing them on trail shows that those who commit such crimes will not escape prosecution. In a fortnight, the court will start hearing evidence against the three. This first mini-trail is expected to take two years. Robert Carmichael for VOA news, P

The first war crimes trail stemming from B  1970 war independence from Pakistan has began. The trail of A , a senior leader in the opposition Islamic party under way Sunday in D.

Pakistan goverment reporting holding priminary peace talks with the Pakistan Taliban, they were looking for  ways of jumpstart peace negotiations . Pakistan official say the gummen have ambushed  the paramilitary Frontier Corps encampment in southwestern Balochistan province. They say 14 soldiers were killed and six wounded.
A spokesman for Bumar demoncracy leader A say she will run for a seat in parliment in the country's next election which is expected by this end of year. A member of National league for demoncracy excutie commitee told
reporters she was run for one of 48 seats avalible  in Bumar's new senate.

The wartstreet US stock index is down at this hour. I am David Deforce, more news on the internet at the VOAnews.com

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