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[Homework]VOA 2018-04-14

From Washington, this is VOA news. I am Liz Parker reporting.


Washington officials continue to response to the United States President Donald Trump's twitter warnings Wednesday. Senior Russian lawmaker X said Trump's tweets reflect dangerously likeminded approach to critical situation. Trump tweeted missiles will be coming in response to Syria's suspected chemical attack. White House press secretary Sarah Hxxx Sanders was asked what the president meant at Wednesday's briefing:
Is the United States planning to target Russian assets, personnel in Syria as part of attack. President self said 'is coming - our missiles are coming.' What did he mean?
We are maintaining that we have number of options, and all those options still on the table, final decisions haven't been made yet on that front.


British Prime Minister Theresa May has called government ministers to a Thursday meeting on Syria, which media reports said was likely to lead to London joining a military response to the suspected chemical attack in Syria. A spokesman for May said on Wednesday that the previously unscheduled meeting would focus on Syria.


A military transport plane crushed just after kick off in Algeria Wednesday. The crush killed 257 people in the worst aviation disaster in the north Africa nation history, plunging the country into mourning. Soldiers, their family members and a group of 30 people returning to refugee camps from hospitals stays in Algeria's capital died in the morning crush.


A German humanitarian worker was kidnapped Wednesday in western Niger near the border with Mali. That's according to Niger's attorney general. The official said armed men on motorcycles kidnapped X. Germany's  foreign ministry has not yet responded.


This is VOA news.


The World Health Organization is demanding immediate unhindered access to victims of suspect chemical attack on the Syrian town of Dxxx. The WHO said it has received reports from its partners on the ground. There dozens of people have died, and estimated 500 people are showing symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic chemicals. Here's more from VOA's Liza Schlein:
WHO spokesman X tells VOA the agency cannot verify reports of use of toxic substances last Saturday in Dxxx, because the WHO has no direct access  to the area. He does say however the information WHO has received comes from national and international health partners with whom it has worked for years. X says these reports indicate the general population was exposed to toxic agents. Liza Schlein  for VOA news, Geneva.


UN judges Wednesday found former Serbian deputy prime minister X guilty on appeal of crimes against humanity. But the firebrand politician will remain a free man because of times already served behind bars. X told AFP after the ruling that he was proud of the crimes he was convicted of, including inciting persecution, and willing to do the same again. The presiding judge sentence X to 10 years in prison at a hearing in the Hague.


After weathering heated questions from 2 Senate panels, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned capital hill Wednesday to face more questions from lawmakers about the social media platform transparency and user's privacy. Zuckerberg saying he believes it is inevitable there will be regulation of his industry. Here is exchange between representative X and CEO:
Someone urge that more regulatory environment might ultimately stifle new platforms, and innovators, some might describe as desperately needed competition.
on your point of regulation, the internet is growing importance around world, in people's lives, and I think it's inevitable that it will need to be some regulation. So my opposition is not there should be no regulation, but I also think that you have to be careful about what regulation you put in place.
Facebook has been reeling from its worst ever privacy failure. It comes after revelations last month that political data mining firm Cambridge Analytica which was affiliated with Trump's 2016 campaign improperly scooped up data on about 87 million users.


House representative speaker Paul Ryon will not run for reelection this November.


We have full coverage on voanews.com. I am Liza Parker reporting from Washington.


That's the latest world news from VOA.

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[Homework]VOA 2018-04-14

Russian officials continue to respond to United States' president Donald Trump's twitter warnings Wednesday. Senior Russian law maker * said Trump's twits reflected dangerously light-minded approach a critical situation. Trump twitted missiles, quote, will be coming in response to Syria's suspected chemical attack. White House press secretary was asked what president meant at Wednesday's briefing. The United States's planning to target at Russian assets and personnel in Syria's part of the attack, the president himself said is coming, the missiles are coming. What is it mean? We are maintaining that we have a number of options and all of those options are sold on the table. The final decisions haven't been made yet on the front. British prime minister * has called government ministers to a Thursday cabinet meeting on Syria which media report said was likely to lead to London joining in a military response to the suspected chemical attack in Syria. Spokesman for * said on Wednesday the previously unscheduled meeting would focus on Syria.
A military transport plane crashed just after takeoff in Nigeria Wednesday. The crash killed 257 in the worst aviation disaster in the Northern African nations' history, plunging the country into morning. Soldiers and family members and a group of 30 people were turning to refugee camps from hospital stays in Nigeria's capital died in the morning crash.
A German humanitarian worker was kidnapped Wednesday in western * near the border with Mali, that's according to *'s Attorney General. The officials said armed man on motorcycles kidnapped *. Germany's foreign minister has not yet responded.
The World Health Organization is demanding an immediate unhindered access to victims of suspected chemical attack on the Syria's town of Duma. The WHO chose says it has received reports from its partners on the ground that dozens of people have died and an estimated 500 people are showing symptoms consisting with exposure to toxic chemicals. WHO spokesman * tells VOA the agency cannot verify reports of the use of toxic substances last Saturday in Duma because the WHO has no direct access to the area. He does say however that the information WHO has received comes from national and international health partners with whom it has worked for years. * says these reports indicated the general population was exposed to toxic agents. * for VOA news in Geneva.
UN judges Wednesday found former * and deputy prime minister * guilty on an appeal on crimes against humanity, but the fire brand politician will remain a free man because of the time already served behind bar. * told AFP of the ruling that he was proud of the crimes he was convicted of, including inciting prosecution and was willing to do the same against. The presiding judge sentenced * to ten years in prison at a hearing in the Hague.
After weathering hitted questions from two senate panels, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg retuned to capital on Wednesday to face more question from law makers about the social media platform transparency in user privacy, Zuckerberg saying he believes that it's inevitable that there will be regulation of his industry. Here is an exchange between representative * and CEO. Someone argued that more regulatory environment might alternatively stifle new platforms, and innovators, some might described it as desperately needed competition. On your point about regulation. The internet is growing an importance around the world in people's lives and I think it's inevitable that there will need to be some regulation. So my position is not that there should be no regulation but I also think that you should be careful about what regulation you put into place. Facebook has been reeling from its worst ever privacy failure. It comes after revelations last month that political data mining firm Cambridge Analytica which was affiliated with Trump's 2014 campaign, improperly * up data on about 87 million users. House of Representative speaker * Ryan will not run for reelection this November.

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[Homework]VOA 2018-04-14

From Washington, this is VOA News.Russian officials continue to respond to United States president Donald Trump's twitter warnings Wednesday.Senior Russian lawmaker said Donald Trump's twitter reflected dangerously like-minded  approach to a critical situation. Trump twitted Missiles, quoted will be coming in response to Syria's suspicious chemical attack. White House press secretary Sara Sander was asked what the president meant at Wednesday's briefing.
Is the United States planing on targeting Russian assert or personals in Syria. Is part of the attack, the president himself said 'is coming ,the missiles are coming.' What does it mean? We are maintaining that we have a number of options, and all those options are still on the table. Final decisions haven't been made yet at that front.
British prime minister Teresa May has called government ministers to a Thursday cabinet  meeting  on Syria which the media report said was likely to lead to London joining in the military response to the suspicious  chemical attack in Syria. A spokesman for May says on Wednesday the previously unscheduled meeting would  focus on Syria.
A military transport plane crashed  just after took off in Nigeria Wednesday. the crash killed 257 people in the worst navigation disaster in the North African nations' history, plunging the country into mourning. Soldiers and their family members in a group of 30 people were turning to refuge camps from hospital states in Nigeria's capital, died in the morning clash.
A German humanitarian worker was kidnapped in western near the boarder with Moll。 That's according to ... attorney general. The officials said armed men on motorcycles kidnapped York Lang. Germany's foreign ministry has not yet responded. This is VOA news.
The World's Health organization is demanding immediate unhindered access to victims  of a suspected  chemical attack on the Syrian town of Duma. The WHO says it has received reports from its partners on the ground that dozens of people had died and an estimated 5 hundred people are showing symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic chemicals.Here's more from VOA's Lisa
WHO spokesman tells VOA the agency can not verify  reports of the use of toxic substances last Saturday in Duma because the WHO has no direct access to the area. He does say , however, the information  WHO has received comes from national and international health partners with whom he has worked for years....says the reports indicate the general population was exposed to toxic agents.
UN judges Wednesday found former Serbian deputy prime minister guilty on appeal of crimes against humanity. But the fired branded politician will remain a free man because time already served behind bars....told AFP after the hearing that he was proud of the crime he was convicted  of, including inciting persecution, and he was willing to do the same again. the presiding judge had sentenced him to 10 years at a hearing in the Hague.
After whethering heating questions from two senate panels, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned to the capital hill Wednesday to face more question from lawmakers about the social media platform's  transparency and user privacy. Zuckerberg  saying he believe it is inevitable that there will be regulations of his industry. Here is an exchange between the representative and the CEO
Some might argue that a more regulatory environment might ultimately syfoe new platforms. An innovator's. Some might describe as desperate needy competition.
On your point about regulation. The Internet is growing at importance around the world and people's lives. And I think it's inevitable there will be some regulation. So my position is not there should be no regulation, but I also think you should be careful about what regulation put in place.
Facebook has been railing from its worst ever privacy failure. It comes after revelations last month that the political data mining firm..... which was affiliated with Trump's 2016 campaign inappropriately scoped up data about 87 million users. House of representative Paul Ryan  will not run for election this November.





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[Homework]VOA 2018-04-14

From Washington, this is VOA news. I'm Liz Palka reporting.

Russia officials continue to respond to United States President Donald Trump's twitter warnings Wednesday. Senior Russian lawmaker XX said Trump's Twits reflected a dangerously light-minded approach to a critical situation. Trump Twited missiles  will be coming in response to Syria's suspected chemical attack. White house press secretary XX was asked what the President meant at Wednesday's briefing. See the United States' planning a target Russian assets and personnel in Syria's part of the attack. Present self said is coming the missiles are coming. What does is mean? We maintaining that we have a number of options, and all of the options are XX table. Final decisions haven't been made on the front.


British Prime Minister Terasa May has called government ministers to a Thursday cabinet meeting on Syria, which media reports said was likely to lead to London joining in the military response to the suspected chemical attack in Syria. A spokesman for May said on Wednesday the previously unscheduled meeting would focus on Syria.


A military transport plane crashed just after taking off in Nigeria Wednesday. The crash killed 257 people in the worst aviation disaster in the North African nation's history plunging the country into morning. Soldiers, their family members and a group of 30 people returning to refugee camps from hospital stays in Nigeria's capital died in the morning crash.


A German humanitarian worker was kidnapped Wednesday in Western Niger near the border with Mali. That's according to Niger's attorney general. The official say armed men on motorcycles kidnapped XX. Germany Foreign Ministry has not yet responded.


This is VOA news.


The World Health Organization is demanding immediate unhindered access to victims of a suspected chemical attack on the Syrian Town of XX. The WHO says it has received reports from its partners on the ground that dozens of people have died and an estimated 500 people are showing symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic chemicals. Here's more from VOA's Lisa Shelein. WHO spokesman XX tells VOA the agency can not verify reports of the use of toxic substances last Saturday in Douma. Because the WHO has no direct access to the area. He does say however that the information WHO has received comes from national and international health partners with whom it has worked for years. XX says these reports indicate the general population was exposed to toxications. Lisa Shelein, for VOA news, Geneva.


U.N. judges Wednesday found former survey and deputy prime minister XX guilty on appeal of crimes against humanity. But the firebrand politician will remain a free man because of time already served behind bars. XX told AFP after the ruling that he was proud of the crimes he was convicted of including inciting persecution. He was willing to do the same again. The presiding judge sentence showed to 10 years in prison at a hearing in the XX.


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I'm Liz Palka, reporting from Washington.


That's the latest world news from VOA.






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