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


I'm David DeForest from the VOA News Center in Washington.


North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test. South Korea's Yonhap news agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a “new type” of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday. North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called further self-defense measures if there is, in its words, "further provocation" by the U.N. Security Council.

The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20, 000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels. The Times said in its Friday edition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri Lankan officials said The Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed the rebels for the civilian deaths. U.N. officials have estimated at least 7, 000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.

Palestinians are reacting positively to their leader's summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israelis are skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger in Jerusalem.

Palestinian officials say they are encouraged by President Barack Obama's meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House. Mr. Obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says the new U. S. administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.

"We want any Israeli government to accept the two-state solution, agreements signed, and stop settlement activities."


The settlement issue is raising tension between Israel's new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in existing communities to accommodate "natural growth." The United States opposes any construction in the settlements, and settlers are outraged. Israel's hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA News, Jerusalem.

Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the North West Frontier province. Police told VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.

The U.S. military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statement says an Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in air strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.

A U.N. human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report's recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.

In a report to be presented to the U.N. Human Rights Council next week, the UN's Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that Kenya's police chief, Hussein Ali, and Attorney General Amos Wako resign. The report repeats recommendations Alston made at the end of a trip to Kenya in February, where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses. These include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to the Mungiki criminal gang; alleged executions by the military in a campaign last year against the Sabaot Land Defense Force militia in western Kenya; and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston's allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued a statement calling the charges "paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for." Derek Kilner for VOA News, Nairobi.

Taking a brief look at markets on Wall Street, US stock indexes are up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Asia-Pacific markets closed higher today.

I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com.

 

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North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast Friday, and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because its latest nuclear test. South Korea's Yonhap news agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a "new type" of land-to-air missile from its Musudan-ni launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday. North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called "further self-defense measures" if there is, in its words, "further provocation" by the U.N. Security Council.

The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20,000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels. The Times says Friday an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri Lankan officials said The Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed rebels for civilian deaths. U.N. officials have estimated at least 7,000 civilians were killed in the assault that ended a 25-year civil war.

Palestinians are reacting positively to their leader's summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington. But Israelis are skeptical. That's we hear from Robert Berger, in Jerusalem.

Palestinian officials say they are encouraged by President Barack Obama's meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House. Mr. Obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says the new U.S. administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.

"We want any Israeli government to accept the two-state solution, agreements signed, and stop settlement activities".

The settlement issue is raising tension between Israel's new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in existing communities to accommodate "natural growth." The United States opposes any construction in the settlements, and settlers are outraged. Israel's hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger, for VOA News, Jerusalem.


Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the North West Frontier province. Police tell VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region, where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.

The US military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statements say the Afghan led petrol in // province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in airstrike until the unhurt militants retreated.
A UN human rights of investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report's recommendations. That's we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.

In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week, the UN's Special Rapporteur through on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that Kenya's police chief, Hussein Ali, and attorney general Amos Wako resign. The report repeats recommendations Alston made at the end of trips Kenyan in Feb. where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses. These include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to the Mungiki criminal gang; alleged executions by the military in a campaign last year against the Sabaot Land Defense Force militia in western Kenya; and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston's allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued a statement calling the charges "paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for." Derek Kilner for VOA News, Nairobi.

Take in a brief to look at markets on Wall Street. US stock indexes are up this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trade. Asia Pacific markets closed higher today.
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It’s 15:00 Universal Time, and here is the news from the VOICE OF AMERICA.


I’m David DeForest from the VOA news center in Washington.


North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today, and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test.


South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a "new type" of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday.


North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called "further self-defense measures" if there is, in its words, "further provocation" by the U.N. Security Council.


The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report. That’s says more than 20,000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels


The Times said in its Friday audition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony.

Sri Lankan officials said The Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed rebels for the civilian deaths.


U.N. officials have estimated at least 7,000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.


Palestinian is reacting positively to their leader summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israeli is skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger from Jerusalem.


Palestinians say they are encouraged by president Barack Obama’s meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House.


Mr.obama called for the creation of the Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank.


Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat says the new US administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.


‘We win, any Israeli government, does significant solution: agreement signed and step settlement activities’ the settlement issue is raising tension between Israel new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build inexistent communities to accommodate natural growth. The United States opposes any construction in the settlements and settlers are outraged. Israel’s hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.


Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who’d been hidden among refugees in camps in the northwest frontier province. Police tell VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.


The US military saidly Thursday joint US-afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statement says the Afghan-led patrol in was ambushed by militants Thursday in Zabul province. The soldiers returned fire and called air-strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.


A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report’s recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.


In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week. A UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that the Kenyan’s Police Chief Hussein Ali and Attorney General Amos Wako resign. A report repeat recommendations also make the end of the trip to Kenyan February where he investigated allegations of legal killings by the police force. Alston also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses, these include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to Mungiki criminal gang. Alleged execution by the military in the campaign last year against Sabaot Land Defense Force militia force in western Kenya and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston’s allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued the statement calling the charges paternalistic,, unhelpful and uncalled for. Derek Kilner for VOA news, Nairobi.


Taking a brief looking at markets on Wall Street. US stock indexes on up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Aisa-Pacific markets closed higher today.


I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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It’s 15:00 Universal Time, and here is the news from the VOICE OF AMERICA.


I’m David DeForest from the VOA news center in Washington.


North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today, and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test.


South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a "new type" of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday.


North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called "further self-defense measures" if there is, in its words, "further provocation" by the U.N. Security Council.


The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report. That’s says more than 20,000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels


The Times said in its Friday audition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony.

Sri Lankan officials said The Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed rebels for the civilian deaths.


U.N. officials have estimated at least 7,000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.


Palestinian is reacting positively to their leader summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israeli is skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger from Jerusalem.


Palestinians say they are encouraged by president Barack Obama’s meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House.


Mr.obama called for the creation of the Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank.


Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat says the new US administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.


‘We want any Israeli government to accept two-state solution, agreements signed and stop settlement activities’ the settlement issue is raising tension between Israel’s new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in existing communities to accommodate natural growth. The United States opposes any construction in the settlements and settlers are outraged. Israel’s hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.


Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who’d been hiding among refugees in camps in the northwest frontier province. Police tell VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.


The US military saidly Thursday joint US-afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statement says the Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday \.. The soldiers returned fire and called air-strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.


A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report’s recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.


In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week. A UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that the Kenyan’s Police Chief Hussein Ali and Attorney General Amos Wako resign. A report repeats recommendations also made the end of the trip to Kenyan in February where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses, these include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to Mungiki criminal gang. Alleged execution by the military in the campaign last year against Sabaot Land Defense Force militia \ in western Kenya and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston’s allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued the statement calling the charges paternalistic,, unhelpful and uncalled for. Derek Kilner for VOA news, Nairobi.


Taking a brief looking at markets on Wall Street. US stock indexes on up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Aisa-Pacific markets closed higher today.


I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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It's 15 hours Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.


I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today and threatened to take retaliatory action  if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test.South Korea / News Agency quotes South Korean officials as saying the North launched a new type of land-air missile from its launch site.It was the sixth short-range misslie North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday.North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called further self-defence measures if there is in its words further provocation by the UN Security Council.


The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20,000 civilicans were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels.The Times said in its Friday edition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived that deathtoll  after reviewing aerial photographs,official documents witness accounts and expert testimony.Sri Lankan officials said the Times' deathtoll is inaccurate.The government has blamed the rebels for the civilians' death.UN officials have estimated at least 7000 civilians were killed in the final / that ended a 25-year civil war.


Palestinians are reacting positively to their leader's summit meeting with the President of the United States in Washington,but Israelies are sceptical as we hear from Rober Berger in Jerusalem.



"Palestinian officials say they are encouraged by President Barack Obama's meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahud Abbas  Thursday at the White House.Mr.Obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank.Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says the new US administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.


"We want any Israeli government to accept the two-state solution,agreements signed and stop settlement activities."


The settlement issue is raising tension between Israel's new right-wing government and Washington.Israel says it will not build new settlements,but it reserves the right to rebuild the existing communities to accomodate natural growth.The United States opposes any construction in the settlements and settlers are outraged.Israel's hardest Prime Minister Benjaming Netaneyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state.Robert Berger for VOA News,Jerusalem."


Pakistan's police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees and camps in the Northwest Frontier province.Police tell VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in the offensive against militants.The US military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13.The military statement says an Afghan-led patrol in / province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in air strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.

A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya.Kenya's officials were rejecting the report's recommendations as we heard from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.


"In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights council next week,the UN's Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston,recommends that Kenya's police chief Hussein Ali and its Attorney General Amos Wako resign.The report repeats recommendations Alston have made at the end of a trip to Kenya February where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force.Alston also recommended the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses which includes some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to the Mungiki criminal gang.Alleged executions by the military in the campaign last year against the Sabaot Land Defence Force militia in west Kenya and the violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December,2007.Kenyan officials have rejected Alston's allegations.Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued the statement calling the charges paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for.Derek Kilner for VOA News,Nairobi."

Taking a brief look at markets on Wall Street,US stock indexes are up at this hour.European markets are higher in afternoon trading.Asia-Pacific markets closed higher today.


I'm David Deforest,VOA News.More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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It’s 15:00 Universal Time, and here is the news from the VOICE OF AMERICA.
I'm David DeForest from the VOA news center in Washington.
North Korea test fired another short-range missile off its east coast today, and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test.
South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a new type of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday.
North Korea's state run news agency warned today of what it called further self-defense measures if there is, in its words-further provocation by the U.N. Security Council.
The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report. That’s says more than 20000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels.The Times said in its Friday audition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri Lankan officials said The Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed rebels for the civilian deaths.
U.N. officials have estimated at least 7,000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25 year civil war.
Palestinian is reacting positively to their leader summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israeli is skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger in Jerusalem.
Palestinians offical say they are encouraged by president Barack Obama’s meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House.Mr.obama called for the creation of the Palestinian state and condemn Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank.Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat says the new US administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.
"We want, any Israeli government, does significant solution, agreement signed and step settlement activities". the settlement issue is raising tension between Israel new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build inexistent communities to accommodate natural growth. The United States opposes any construction in the settlements and settlers are outraged. Israel’s hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.
Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hidden among refugees in camps in the northwest frontier province. Police tell VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.
The US military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statement says the Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called air-strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.
A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report’s recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.
In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week. A UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that the Kenyan’s Police Chief Hussein Ali and Attorney General Amos Wako resign. A report repeats recommendations also make the end of the trip to Kenyan February where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses, these include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to Mungiki criminal gang. Alleged execution by the military in the campaign last year against Sabaot Land Defense Force militia force in western Kenya and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston’s allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued the statement calling the charges paternalistic,, unhelpful and uncalled for. Derek Kilner for VOA news, Nairobi.
Taking a brief looking at markets on Wall Street. US stock indexes on up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Aisa-Pacific markets closed higher today.
I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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本帖最后由 yoyogo 于 2009-5-30 11:42 编辑

It's 15: 00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.
I'm
David DeForest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test. South Korea's Yonhap news agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a new type of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday. North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called further self-defense measures if there is, in its words, further provocation by the US Security Council.

The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20, 000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels. The Times said in its Friday addition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper said it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri Lankan officials said the Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed the rebels for the civilian deaths. UN officials have estimated at least 7, 000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.

Palestinians are reacting positively to their leader's summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israelis are skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger from Jerusalem.

Palestinian officials say they are encouraged by President Barack Obama's meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House. Mr. Obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says the new U. S. administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.

"We want any Israeli government to accept the two-state solution, agreements signed, and stop settlement activities. "

The
settlement issue is raising tension between Israel's new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in existing communities to accommodate "natural growth. " The United States opposes any construction in the settlements, and settlers are outraged. Israel's hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA News, Jerusalem.


Pakistani police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the North West Frontier province. Police told VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.

The US military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. A military statement says an Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in air strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.

A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials rejected the report's recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.

In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week, the UN's Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that Kenya's police chief, Hussein Ali, and attorney general Amos Wako resign. The report repeats recommendations Alston made at the end of a trip to Kenya in February, where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses. These include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to the Mungiki criminal gang; alleged executions by the military in a campaign last year against the Sabaot Land Defense Force militia in western Kenya; and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston's allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued a statement calling the charges "paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for. " Derek Kilner for VOA News, Nairobi.

Taking a brief look at markets. On Wall Street, US stock indexes are up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Asia-Pacific markets closed higher today.

I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com.
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It’s 15:00 Universal Time, and here is the news from the VOICE OF AMERICA.


I’m David DeForest from the VOA news center in Washington.


North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today, and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test.


South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a "new type" of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday.


North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called "further self-defense measures", if there is, in its words, "further provocation" by the U.N. Security Council.


The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report. That/ says more than 20,000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels


The Times said in its Friday edition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony.

Sri Lankan officials said The Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed rebels for the civilian deaths.


U.N. officials have estimated at least 7,000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.


Palestinian is reacting positively to their leaders’ summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israeli is skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger from Jerusalem.


Palestinians say they are encouraged by president Barack Obama’s meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House.


Mr.obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank.


Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat says the new US administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.


‘We win, any Israeli government, does significant solution: agreement signed and step settlement activities’. the settlement issue is raising tension between Israel’s new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build inexistent communities to accommodate natural growth. The United States opposes any construction in the settlements and settlers are outraged. Israel’s hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.


Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the northwest frontier province. Police tell VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.


The US military said late Thursday joint US-afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statement says a Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday /. The soldiers returned fire and called in air-strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.


A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report’s recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.


In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week. A UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that the Kenyan’s Police Chief Hussein Ali and Attorney General Amos Wako resign. A report repeats recommendations also make the end of the trip to Kenyan February where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses, these include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to Mungiki criminal gang, alleged executions by the military in the campaign last year against Sabaot Land Defense Force militia / in western Kenya and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston’s allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued a statement calling the charges paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for. Derek Kilner for VOA news, Nairobi.


Taking a brief look at markets on Wall Street. US stock indexes are up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Aisa-Pacific markets closed higher today.


I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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It's 15: 00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.
I'm David DeForest from the VOA News Center in Washington.


North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test. South Korea's Yonhap news agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a new type of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday. North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called further self-defense measures if there is, in its words, further provocation by the US Security Council.

The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20, 000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels. The Times said in its Friday addition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri Lankan officials said the Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed the rebels for the civilian deaths. UN officials have estimated at least 7, 000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.

Palestinians are reacting positively to their leader's summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israelis are skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger in Jerusalem.

Palestinian officials say they are encouraged by President Barack Obama's meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House. Mr. Obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says the new U. S. administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.

"We want any Israeli government to accept the two-state solution, agreements signed, and stop settlement activities. "
The settlement issue is raising tension between Israel's new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in existing communities to accommodate "natural growth. " The United States opposes any construction in the settlements, and settlers are outraged. Israel's hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA News, Jerusalem.

Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the North West Frontier province. Police told VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.

The US military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. A military statement says an Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in air strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.

A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials rejected the report's recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.

In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week, the UN's Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that Kenya's police chief, Hussein Ali, and attorney general Amos Wako resign. The report repeats recommendations Alston made at the end of a trip to Kenya in February, where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses. These include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to the Mungiki criminal gang; alleged executions by the military in a campaign last year against the Sabaot Land Defense Force militia in western Kenya; and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston's allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued a statement calling the charges "paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for. " Derek Kilner for VOA News, Nairobi.

Taking a brief look at markets. On Wall Street, US stock indexes are up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Asia-Pacific markets closed higher today.

I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com.

extrajudicial  [ˌekstrədʒu(:)'diʃəl]  
adj. 法庭职权以外的


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

I'm David DeForest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test. South Korea's Yonhap news agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a “new type” of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday. North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called further self-defense measures if there is, in its words, “further provocation ” by the U.N. Security Council.

The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20, 000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels. The Times said in its Friday edition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri Lankan officials said The Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed the rebels for the civilian deaths. U.N. officials have estimated at least 7, 000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.

Palestinians are reacting positively to their leader's summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israelis are skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger in Jerusalem.

Palestinian officials say they are encouraged by President Barack Obama's meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House. Mr. Obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says the new U. S. administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.

"We want any Israeli government to accept the two-state solution, agreements signed, and stop settlement activities."


The settlement issue is raising tension between Israel's new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in existing communities to accommodate "natural growth." The United States opposes any construction in the settlements, and settlers are outraged. Israel's hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA News, Jerusalem.

Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the North West Frontier province. Police told VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.

The U.S. military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statement says an Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in air strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.

A U.N. human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report's recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.

In a report to be presented to the U.N. Human Rights Council next week, the UN's Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that Kenya's police chief, Hussein Ali, and attorney general Amos Wako resign. The report repeats recommendations Alston made at the end of a trip to Kenya in February, where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses. These include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to the Mungiki criminal gang; alleged executions by the military in a campaign last year against the Sabaot Land Defense Force militia in western Kenya; and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December, 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston's allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued a statement calling the charges "paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for." Derek Kilner for VOA News, Nairobi.

Taking a brief look at markets on Wall Street, US stock indexes are up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Asia-Pacific markets closed higher today.

I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com.

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It's 15: 00 Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.
I'm David DeForest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

North Korea test-fired another short-range missile off its east coast today and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions because of its latest nuclear test. South Korea's Yonhap news agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North launched a “new type” of land-to-air missile from its launch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North Korea has fired since its nuclear test on Monday. North Korea's state-run news agency warned today of what it called further self-defense measures if there is, in its words, “further provocation by(引号不可能点在by后面) the U.N. Security Council" .

The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20, 000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels. The Times said in its Friday edition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper says it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri Lankan officials said the Times death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed the rebels for the civilian deaths. U.N. officials have estimated at least 7, 000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.

Palestinians are reacting positively to their leader's summit meeting with the president of the United States in Washington, but Israelis are skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger in Jerusalem.

Palestinian officials say they are encouraged by President Barack Obama's meeting with his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House. Mr. Obama called for the creation of a Palestinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says the new U. S. administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process.

"We want any Israeli government to accept the two-state solution, agreements signed, and stop settlement activities."


The settlement issue is raising tension between Israel's new right-wing government and Washington. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in existing communities to accommodate "natural growth." The United States opposes any construction in the settlements, and settlers are outraged. Israel's hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palestinian state. Robert Berger for VOA News, Jerusalem.

Pakistan police say they have arrested 30 suspected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the North West Frontier province. Police told VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government is engaged in an offensive against militants.

The U.S. military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed 35 militants and wounded 13. The military statement says an Afghan-led patrol in Zabul province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in air strikes until the unhurt militants retreated.

A U.N. human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officials are rejecting the report's recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi.

In a report to be presented to the U.N. Human Rights Council next week, the UN's Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that Kenya's police chief, Hussein Ali, and Attorney General Amos Wako resign. The report repeats recommendations Alston made at the end of a trip to Kenya in February, where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commission to investigate human rights abuses. These include some 500 cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to the Mungiki criminal gang; alleged executions by the military in a campaign last year against the Sabaot Land Defense Force militia in western Kenya; and violence that erupted following Kenya's disputed elections in December 2007. Kenyan officials have rejected Alston's allegations. Government spokesman Alfred Mutua has issued a statement calling the charges "paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled for." Derek Kilner for VOA News, Nairobi.

Taking a brief look at markets on Wall Street, US stock indexes are up at this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Asia-Pacific markets closed higher today.

I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com.
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Its 15:00 universal time. Here is the news from the Voice of America. Im David Deforest from Voice of America Center in Washington.
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It’s 15:00 Universial Time and here is the news from the voice of America.
I’m David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washinton. North Korea testfired another short-range missile off it’s northeast coast today and threatened to take retaliatory action if the United Nations imposes sanctions beacause of its latest nuclear test. South Korea’s Yonhap news agency quotes a South Korean official as saying the North lauched a new type of land-to-air missle from it’s lanch site. It was the sixth short-range missile North korea has fired since it’s nuclear test on Monday. North korea’s state-run news agency warned today of what it called ‘further self-defence measures’ if there is, in it’s words, 'further provocation' by the UN Security Council.

The Sri Lankan military is denying a British newspaper report that says more than 20,000 civilians were killed in the final push against Tamil Tiger rebels. The Times said in its Friday edition an independent investigation found most of the civilians were killed by government forces. The newspaper said it arrived at the death toll after reviewing aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony. Sri lankan official said the Times’ death toll is inaccurate. The government has blamed the rebels for the civilian deaths. UN officails have estimated that at least 7,000 civilians were killed in the final assault that ended a 25-year civil war.

Palastinians are reacting possitively to their leader’s sumit meeting with the president of the United States in Washinton. But Israelis are skeptical as we hear from Robert Berger in Jerusalem:

Palastinian officials say they are encouraged by president Barack Obama’s meeting with his Palastinian’s counterpart Mohmoud Abbas Thursday at the White House. Mr Obama called for the creation of a Palastinian state and condemned Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank. Palastinian’s negotiator Saeb Erekta said the new US administration is taking the right steps to advance the peace process: ‘ We want any Israel government to accept the two-state solution, agreements signed and stop settlement activities.’ The settlement issue is raising tension between Isareal’s new right-wing government and Washinton. Israel says it will not build new settlements, but it reserves the right to build in exsisting communities to accommodate ‘natural growth’. The United States apposes any construction in the settlements and settlers are outraged. Israel’s hawkish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also opposes the creation of a Palastinian state. Robert Berger for VOA news Jerusalem.

Pakistan police said they have arrested thirty susupected Taliban militants who have been hiding among refugees in camps in the Northwest Frontier Province. Police told VOA the suspects are Taliban fighters from the Swat Valley region where the government has enaged in an offensive against militants. The US military said late Thursday joint US and Afghan security forces in Afghanistan killed thirty-five militants and wounded thirteen. The military’s statement says the Afghan-led patrol in Zabul Province was ambushed by militants Thursday. The soldiers returned fire and called in air stikes until the unhurt militants retreated.

A UN human rights investigator has released a draft report on extrajudicial killings in Kenya. Kenyan officals are rejecting the report’s recommendations as we hear from Derek Kilner in Nairobi:

In a report to be presented to the UN Human Rights Council next week, the UN special rapporteur on an extrajudicial executions, Philip Alston, recommends that Kenya’s Police Chief, Hussein Ali and Attorney genearl Amos Wako resign. The report repeats recommendations Alston made at the end of the trip to Kenya in Feburary, where he investigated allegations of illegal killings by the police force. Alston is also recommending the creation of an independent commision to investigate human rights abuses. These includes some five hundred cases of police killing people suspected of belonging to Mungiki criminal gang. Alleged executions by the military in a campain last year against the Sabaot Land Defence Force militia in western Kenya and violence erupted following Kenya’s disputed elections in December 2007. Kenya officials have rejected Alston’s allegations. Government spokesman, Alfred Mutua, has issued a statement calling the charges: ‘paternalistic, unhelpful and uncalled-for’. Derek Kilner for VOA news Nairobi.

Take a brief look at markets on Wall Street, US Stock Indexes are up this hour. European markets are higher in afternoon trading. Asia-Pacific markets closed higher today. I’m David Deforest VOA news. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.
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