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It is 15 hours universal time and this is news from the Voice of America. I am David I'm David Deforest from the VOA news center in Washington.
Brazilian search planes have spotted debris in the South Atlantic that could be the wreckage from the Air French jetliner that disappeared Monday off Brazil's Northeastern coast. The Brazilian air force said today researchers had spotted a airline seat, oil and metal parts about 650 kilometers off the coast. A spokesman said the debris will have to be retrieved and examined for serial numbers or other identification that determine if it is from the missing plane. Brazilian naval ships are not expected in the area until later today or Wednesday.
The leader of a banned Muslim charity in India accused of masterminding last year's Mumbai terror attack has been released by a Pakistani court. As VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from New Delhi. The decision is seen as a setback for the investigation into the terrorist attack as well as relations between India and Pakistan.
India is expressing disappointment after the ? high court set free the founder of J?, regarded as a front for the terrorist organization L.
The Pakistani court says the government produced insufficient evidence to continue holding?. The Indian External Affairs Ministry calls S release regrettable. Spokesman V, reading a tool statement, terms the action
countered to Pakistan's international obligations to fight terrorism.
… have a long and reestablished background of planning and launching terrorist acts against India.
However Indian Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram says the suspects release’s not a setback for the criminal investigation of the assault on Mumbai which left nearly 170 people dead. Steve Herman, VOA news, New Delhi.
An Afghan official said a blast on the road near the main base for US-led troops in Afghanistan has killed 6 civilian family members, including 2 children. The Interior Ministry said it remains unclear whether today's explosion near the B airfield outside Kabul was caused by a road-side bomb or a suicide attack.
Russia and China say they support a convincing response by the United Nations' Security Council to North Korea's recent nuclear test. Russia's Foreign Ministry said today foreign minister Sergei Lavrov had a telephone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Yang Jieshi. The two officials agreed it is necessary to raise pressure on North Korea and get it to return to the negotiating table. But SH reports that Chinese officials offering no support for new UN sanctions against the North.
China is one of North Korea's best remaining friends in the world. However Pyong Yang is increasingly putting Beijing in a difficult position. China state-run media these days are running stories bluntly criticizing North Korea. Tuesday's English edition of the Global Times newspaper quotes Chinese North Korea annalist Zhang Miangui as saying catastrophe of mishandled North Korea nuclear test is a unprecedented threat to China. Monday the paper quoted a Tsinghua University professor Sun Zhe as saying North Korea's nuclear test has apparently spoiled the traditional bonds between the two countries, say Pyong Yang no longer follows Beijing. In New York, the United Nations' Security Council continues to debate how to respond to North Korea's nuclear test more than one week ago. In Beijing Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qing Gang repeatedly told reporters that China and North Korea have in his word normal state-to-state relations. SH, VOA news, Beijing.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy plans to meet Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki Wednesday to discuss Iran's nuclear program. Mr. Sarkozy's office says the two will meet in Paris to address talks about nuclear proliferation that six world powers want to reopen with Iran. The United States, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia have offered Iran a package of incentives to suspend uranium enrichment.
President Barack Obama leaves Washington today on a 5-day trip for he will reach out to the Muslim world, commemorate the 65th anniversary of the D-day in ? Europe and meet with key allies in Saudi Arabia, Germany and France.
On Wall Street, US stock indexes are up at this hour.
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 De Forest from the VOA news center in Washington.

Brazilian search planes have spotted debris in the south of Atlantic could be the rekage from the Air France airline that disappeared Monday off Brazil’s northeastern coast. The Brazilian air force said today searches had spotted airline seats, oil and medal parts, about 650 kilometers off the coast. The spokesman says the debris will have to be retrieved an exam for serial numbers or other identification to determine if it is from the missing planes. Brazilian naval ships had not expected in the area until later today or Wednesday.

The leader of band M*land in India accused of master * last year Mumbai terror attack has been released by a Pakistani court. As the VOA’s correspondent Steve Herman reports from New Delhi, the decision is seen a setback for the investigation into the terrorist attack as well as relations between India and Pakistan.

India is expressing disappointment after Lahore High Court set free the founder J, regarded as the front for terrorist organization,*. A Pakistani court says the government produced an incerficion evidence to continue holding Mahmud S*. The India External Affair Ministry called S’s release regrettable. Spokesman, *, reading a statement turns action countered Pakistan’s international obligations to fight terrorism.

Have we seen, the * and * have a long and well-established background of planning and launching terrorist acts against India.

However, Indian Homeland Minister, *, says the suspect release is not a setback for the crimination in Mumbai which left nearly 170 people dead. Steve Herman, VOA news, New Delhi.

An Afghanistan official said a blast on the road near the main base for the US-led troops in Afghanistan has killed 6 civilian family members including 2 children. The Interior Ministry says it remains unclear whether today explosion near the bar ground air field outside Karbor was caused by a roadside bomb or a suicide attack.

Russia and China say they support a convincing respond by the United Nation Security Council to North Korea’s recent nuclear test. Russia’s Foreign Ministry said today Foreign Minister S had a telephone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi. The two officials have agreed the necessary to raise pressure on North Korea and get it to return the negotiating table. But Stephaney Ho reports that Chinese officials offering no supports from new UN * to the North.

China is one of North Korea’s best *friends in the world. However, Pyang is increasingly putting Beijing into a difficult position. Chinese state-run media these days are running stories blamely criticizing North Korea. Tuesday, English edition of the global Times newspaper quoted Chinese-North Korea analyst, Zhang Tiangui, as saying “catastrophe of miss handle North Korea’s nuclear test is unpresent threat to China”. Monday, the paper quoted Qinghua University Sun Zhe as saying “North Korea’s nuclear test has presently spoiled traditional bonds to the two countries”, saying “Pyang no longer follows Beijing”. In New York, the United Nation Security Council continues to debate how to respond North Korea’s nuclear test more than one week ago. In Beijing Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang repeatedly told reporters that China and North Korea have, in his words, normal state-to-state relations. Stephanie Ho, VOA news, Beijing.

French President Nicola Sarkozy plans to meet Iranian former Prime Minister * Wednesday to discuss Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Sarkozy’s office says the two will meet in Paris to address talks about nuclear * that is six world powers want to reopen with Iran. The United States, Britain, China, France, German and Russia have offered Iran a package of incentives to suspend uranium enrichment.

President Barack Obama leaves Washington today on the five-day trip for he will reach out the Muslim world, commemorate the 60th anniversary of * day in Beijing and Europe, and meet key allies in Arabia, Germany and France.

On Wall Street US indexes are up at this hour.

I’m David De Forest, VOA new. 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.

Brazilian search planes have spotted debris in the south Atlantic that could be the wreckage from the Air France jetliner that disappeared Monday off Brazil's northeastern coast. The Brazilian air force said today that searchers had spotted airline seats, oil and
metal parts about 650 kilometers off the coast. A spokesman said the debris will have to be retrieved and examined for serial numbers or other identification to determine if it is from the missing plane. Brazilian naval ships are not expected to in the area until later today or Wednesday.

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India accused of masterminding last year's Mumbai terror attacks has been released by a Pakistani court. As VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from New Delhi, the decision is seen as a setback for the investigation into the terrorist attack as well as relations between India and Pakistan.

India is expressing disappointment after the
Lahore High Court set free the founder of Jamar Du Dawa regarded as the front for the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Tayiba. The Pakistani court says the government produced insufficient evidence to continue holding Afis Muhamud Saryid. The Indian External Affairs Ministry calls Saryid's release "regrettable". Spokesman Vishen Wacarshi reading a tour statement, terms the action "encountered" Pakistan’s international obligations to fight terrorism.

How could see it? The lifts of Lashkar-e-Tayiba and that's too much devil have a long and
well-established background of planning and launching terrorist acts against India.

However Indian Home Minister Shivraj Patil says the
suspect’s releases is not a setback for the criminal investigation of the assault on Mumbai which left nearly 170 people dead. Steve Herman, VOA news, New Delhi.

An Afghan official said a blast on a road near the main base for US-led troops in Afghanistan has killed six civilian family members including two children. The Interior Ministry said it remains unclear whether today's explosion near Bar ground Air Field outside Karbul was caused by
a roadside bomb or a suicide attack.

Russia and China say they support a convincing response by the United Nations Security Council to North Korea's recent nuclear test. Russia's Foreign Ministry said today Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov had a telephone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi. The two officials agreed it is necessary to raise pressure on North Korea and get it to return to the negotiating table. But Stephanie Ho reports a Chinese official's offering no support for new UN sanctions against the North.

China is one of / North Korea's best remaining friends in the world. However Pyongyang is increasingly putting Beijing in a difficult position. China's State-run media these days are running stories blandly criticizing North Korea. Tuesday's English edition of Global Times newspaper quotes Chinese North Korea analyst Zhang Ninggui as saying catastrophe of a mishandled North Korea nuclear test is an unprecedented threat to China. Monday the paper quoted Qinghua University professor Sun Zhe as saying North Korea's nuclear test has apparently spoiled the traditional bonds between the two countries, say Pyongyang no long follows Beijing. In New York, the United
Nation Security Council continues to debate how to respond to North Korea's nuclear test more than one week ago. In Beijing Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qing Gang repeatedly told reporters that China and North Korea have, in his words, normal state-to-state relations. Stephenie Ho, VOA news, Beijing.

French President Nicola Sarkozy plans to meet Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki Wednesday to discuss Iran's nuclear program. Mr. Sarkozy's office says the two will meet in Paris to address talks about nuclear proliferation that six world powers want to reopen with Iran. The United States, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia have offered Iran a package of incentives to suspend Uranium enrichment.

President Barack Obama leaves Washington today on a five-day trip where he will reach out the Muslim world, commemorate the 65th anniversary of the D-day invasion in Europe and meet with key allies in Saudi Arabia, Germany and France.

On Wall Street, US stock indexes are up at this hour.

I'm David DeForest, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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It’s 15:00 Universial Times and here is the news from the Voice of America.
I’m David Deforest from the VOA news center in Washinton.

Brazilian search planes had spotted debris in the South Atlantic that could be the wreckage from the Air France jet liner that disappeared Monday off Brazil’s northeastern coast. The Brazilian airforce said today researchers had spotted airliner seats, oil and middle parts about 650km off the coast. The spokesman said the debris will have to be retrieved and exmined for serial numbers or other identification to determine if it is from the missing plane. Brazilian naval ships are not expected in the area until later today or Wednesday.

The leader of the band Muslim charity in India accused of masterminding last year’s Mumbai terror attack had been released by a Pakistani court. As VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from New Delhi the decision is seen as a setback for the investigation into the terrorist attack as well as relations between India and Pakistan.

India is expressing disappointment after the Ahor high court set free the founder of Jama Dudava, regarded as a fund for the terrorist organization Lashica Tayiba. The Pakistani court said the government produced insufficent evidence to continue holding Mohmmod Saiid. The India External Affairs Ministry calls Saiid’s release ‘regrettable’. Spokesman Pakashi reading a statement terms the action counter to Pakistan’a international obligations to fight terrorism.

Hafisaid Lashica Tayiba and the Jama Dudava have a long and reestablished background of planning and launching terrorist acts against India.

However India home minister Palania says the suspects’ release is not a setback for the crimal investigation of the assault in Mumbai which left nearly 117 people dead. Steve Herman VOA news New Delhi.

An Afghan official said a blast on a road near the main base for US-led troops in Afghanistan has killed six civilian family members including two children. The Interior Ministry said it remains unclear wether today’s explosion near the Bagrom Alfil outside Kubul was caused by a roadside bomb or a suicide attack.

Russia and China say they support convincing response by the United Nations Security Council to North Korea’s recent nuclear text. Russia’ Foreign Ministry said today foreign minister Sergei Lavrov had a telephone conversation with his Chines counterpart Yang Jie Chi. The two officials agreed a necessary to raise pressure on North Korea and get it to return to the negotiating table. But Staphanie Ho reports, a Chinese official’s offering no support for new UN sanctions against the North.

China is one of the North Korea’s best remaining friends in the world. However, Pyongyng is increasingly putting Beijing in a difficult position. Chinese state-run media these days are running stories bluntly criticising North Korea. Tuesday, English edition of the Global times newspaper quotes North Korea anylast Zhang Nian Gui as saying catastrophe of mishandled North Korea’s nuclear text is an unprecendented treat to China. Monday, the paper quoted Tsinghua University professor Song Zhe as saying North Korea’s nuclear text has apparently spoiled the traditional bonds between the two countries saying Pyongyang no longer follows Beijing. In New York, the United Nations Security Council continues to debate how to respond to North Korea’s nuclear text more than one way could go. In Beijing Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministy spokesman Qin Gan repeatedly told reporters that China and North Korea have, in his words, normal state to state relations. Staphanie Ho VOA news Beijing.

French president Nicolas Sarkozy plans to meet Irani foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki Wednesday to discuss Iran’s nuclear program. Mr Sarkozy’s office says the two will meet in Paris to address talks about nuclear proliferation that six world powers want to reopen with Iran. The United States, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia have offered Iran a package of incentives to suspend uranium enrichment.

President Barack Obama leaves Washinton today on a five-day trip or he will reach up to the Muslim world commorate 60th anniversary of the D-day in base of Europe and meet with key allies in Saudi Arabia, Germany, and France.

On wall street, US Stock Indexes are up at this hour. I’m David Deforest from the VOA news. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.
hw: Brazilian search planes have spotted debris in the south Atlantic that could be the wreckage from the Air France jetliner that disappeared Monday off Brazil's northeastern coast.The Brazilian airforce said today that researchers had spotted airline seats,oil and metal parts about 650 kilometers off the coast.A spokesman said the debris will have to be retrived and examined for serial numbers or other identification to determine if it's from the missing plane.Brazilian naval ship are not expected in the area until later today or Wednesday. The leader of a banned Muslim charity in India accused of masterminding last year's Munbai terror attack has been released by a Pakistani court.As VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from New Delhi,the decision is seen as a setback for the investigation into the terrorist attack as well as relations between India and Pakistan. India is expressing disappointment after the Lahore High Court set free the founder of Jamaat-ud-Dawa,regarded as a front for the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.The Pakistani court says the government produced insufficient evidence to continue holding Hafiz Muhammad Saeed.Ths Indian External Affairs Ministry calls Saeed's release regrettable.Spokesman Vishnu Prakash reading a terse statement terms the action counter to Pakistan's international obligation to fight terrorism. Hafiz Saeed, the Laskhar-e-Taiba and the Jamaat-ud-Dawa have along and well-estabolished background of planning and launching terrorist acts against India. However, India Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram says the suspect's release is not a setback for the criminal investigation of the assault on Mumbai which left nearly 170 people died.Steve Herman, VOA news, New Delhi. An Afghan official said a blast on a road near the main base for US let troops in Afghanistan has killed 6 civilian family members including 2 children.The Interior Ministry said it remains unclear whether today's explosion near Bagram airfield outside Kabul was caused by a roadside bomb or a suicide attack. Russia and China say they support a convicing response by the UN security council to North Korea's recent nuclear test.RUssia's Foreign Ministry said today Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov had a telephone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Yang JieChi.The 2 officials agreed it's necessary to raise pressure on North Korea and get it to return the negotiating table.But Stephanie Ho reports a Chinese official's offering no support for new UN sanctions aganist the North. China is one of North Korea's best remaining friends in the world.However Pyongyang is increasingly putting BeiJing in a difficult position.China's state-run media these days are running stories bluntly criticizing North Korea.Tuesday's English edition of the Global Times newspaper quotes Chinese North Korea analyst,Zhang LiangGui,as saying the catastrophe of a mishandled North Korea nuclear test is an unprecedented threat to China.Monday the paper quoted Tsinghua University professor Sun Zhe as saying North Korea's nuclear test has apparently spoiled the tranditional bonds between the 2 countries,saying Pyongyang no longer follows BeiJing.In New York, the UN security Council continues to debate how to respond to North Korea's nuclear test more than one week ago.InBeiJing Tuesday,Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qing Gang repeatedly told reporters that China and North Korea have, in his words,Normal state-to state relations.Stephenie Ho, VOA news, Beijing. French President Nicolas Sarkozy plans to meet Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki Wednesday to discuss Iran's nuclear program.Mr.Sarkozy's office says the 2 will meet in Paris to address talks about nuclear proliferation that 6 world powers want to reopen with Iran. The United States, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia have offered Iran a package of incentives to suspend Uranium enrichment. President Braack Obama leaves Washington today on a five-day trip where he will reach out to the Muslim world,commemorate the 65th anniversary of D-day incasion in Europe and meet with key allies in Saudi Arabia, Germany and France. On Wall Street,U.S. stock indexes are up at this hour.
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