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WORLD NEWS --- Jun 15th, 2010

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It is 1:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English.

Almost one hundred thousand ethnic Uzbeks have gathered at the Uzbek border in southern Kyrgyzstan. They fled their homes to escape ethnic violence that has killed at least one hundred twenty four people. More than one thousand six hundred people have been injured. Witnesses say ethnic Kyrgyz burned Uzbek neighborhoods. Some Kyrgyz say they are defending their country against Uzbeks who want to seize control. The South is a base for former Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev. He was ousted April 7th and is living in exile in Belarus. He denies Kyrgyz government accusations that his supporters are to blame for the current violence. A security group led by Russia says it may consider taking military action in Kyrgyzstan. The Collective Security Treaty Organization held an emergency meeting in Moscow on Monday. Russia has sent some troops to protect its air base in Kyrgyzstan. But Russia rejected a request for peace keeping troops from Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbayeva. The United States also has an air base in the country. Both the United States and Russia have offered humanitarian aid.

The European Union has called the Israeli blockade of Gaza unacceptable and not politically productive. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is now a special international diplomat to the Middle East. Mr. Blair says Israel has agreed in general to allow civilian goods into Gaza while keeping the blockade on weapons and other military supplies. He says he hopes the new policy will start within days. Earlier Monday, Israel's cabinet did approve an independent public commission to investigate the attack. Both Turkey and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas have asked for an investigation by the United Nations.

Greece is rejecting the decision by a major investment measuring service to lower the rating for financial installments from Greece. Moody's Investors Service says it is concerned that Greece could fail to cut its budget deficit or reduce its debt. The Greek Finance Ministry says the decision by Moody’s does not consider the progress Greece has made in recent months. Moody's says it made the right decision even though the International Monetary Fund and the European Union have agreed to lend Greece one hundred thirty five billion dollars. European Union Foreign Ministers have agreed to let their parliaments vote on the major trade agreement with Serbia. The decision is an important step toward formal membership talks between Serbia and European Union. The Ministers said they made their decision because of Serbia's cooperation with the War Crimes Court in The Hague, the Netherlands.

Four Colombian men who had been held hostage for twelve years have returned to the capital city of Bogota. On Monday, a military operation rescued them from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC. Officials said it took six months to plan the rescue operation. The rebels are believed to be holding at least twenty police, soldiers and civilians for money or political purposes. FARC has been at a war with the Colombian government for more than forty five years.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

President Obama says his administration plans to help people in the states who are dealing with economic and environmental effect of a growing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Obama visited the Gulf Coast States of Mississippi and Alabama Monday. He also said he is organizing an effort to make sure that Gulf seafood remains safe to eat. United States Coast Guard official Thed Allen reported to the President and governors of Mississippi and Louisiana. He told them of the government's current efforts to deal with the disaster. Mr. Obama said they also discussed how to guarantee that there is effective communication and agreement on what action to take before more oil reaches the Coast. The President next will travel to Florida to observe clean up efforts there.

The United States says thirteen countries are not doing enough to fight human trafficking. The report from the American State Department says Iran, North Korea, Cuba and Burma are among the countries that fail to meet international standards. The State Department says they could be punished if their records on human trafficking do not improve. The report says more than twelve million adults and children around the world are victims of forced labor or sex trading. Other nations on the list include the Dominican Republic, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Zimbabwe. American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the whole world has a responsibility to bring these crimes to an end.

Afghan official say American scientists have discovered almost one trillion dollars wealth of unmined minerals in Afghanistan. A spokesman for President Hamid Karzai said the minerals include gold, iron, copper, lithium and cobalt. The spokesman says the government is working closely to make plans to get the minerals out of the ground. The American Defense official who led the study says this mineral wealth could make Afghanistan economically powerful if it is properly developed.

Finally in sports news from South Africa. Italy has tied Paraguay one-to-one at the World Cup Football Game. The game was played in heavy rain. Italy won the World Cup last year. Earlier on Monday, Japan won its first World Cup Football Game on foreign soil. It defeated favorite team Cameroun one-to-zero in a match in Bloemfontein. Also on Monday, the Netherlands defeated Denmark two-to-zero.

Here again is the major news.

A Russian security group says it may consider taking military action in Kyrgyzstan for almost one hundred thousand ethnic Uzbeks have gathered at the southern border. The EU called on Israel to include international observers in its investigation of the raid on aid ships traveling to Gaza last month. And four Colombian men who had been held hostage for twelve years have been rescued.

That's the news in VOA Special English. This news cast coming to you from Washington.

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It is 1:30 universal time, and here's the news in voa special English.

Almost 1000 ethnic Uzbeks have gathered at the Uzbek's boarder in southern Kyrgyzstan. They fled their homes to escape form the ethnic violence that has killed at least 124 people, more than 1,600 people had been injured. Witnesses say ethnic Kyrgyz burned Uzbeked neighborhoods. Some Kyrgyz  they are defeding their country against Uzbeks who want to seize control. The south is the base for former Kyrgyz president ( ), he was out state April 7th, and he is living in ( ). He denys Kyrgyz government accusation that his supporters are to blame for the current violence.  A security group led by Russia says it may concider taking military action in Kyrgyzstan. The ( ) security treaty organization held an emergency meeting in Mossco on Monday. Russia has sent some troops to protect its airbase in Kyrgyzstan, but Russia rejected a request for peace keeping troops from Kyrgyz president ( ). The US also has an airbase in this country. Both US and Russia have offered humanitarian aid.

The EU has called Israeli blockade of Gaza unacceptable and not politically productive. Former British Minister Tony Blare is now a special international  diplomat to the middle east. Mr. Blare says Israel has agreed in general to allow civilian goods into Gaza, while keeping the blockade on the weapon and other military supplies. He says he hope the new policy will start in days. Earlier Monday Israeli cabinet did approve an independent public commission to investigate the attack, both Turkey and Palistania president ( ) has asked an investigation by the UN.

Greece is rejecting the decision by a major investment ( ) service to lower the rating for fanancial instruments from Greece. (Moodies) investes service said it is concerned that Greece could fail to cut its budget ( ) or reduce its debt. But Greece fanance ministary says the decision by the (Moodies) does not concider the progress Greece has made in recent months. (Moodies) said it made the right decision even though the international monitory fun and the EU have agreed to lend Greece 135 billion dollrs. EU foreign minister have agreed their parliament vote on the major trade agreement with ( ). The decision is an important step for (former) mumbership talk between (Serbia) and EU. The minister said they made their decision because of Serbia's cooperation  with world crimes court in the ( ).

4 Collombian men who have been hostage for 12 years have returned the captial city of ( ). On Monday a military operation rescued them from the revolutionary armed forces of Collombia called FACK. Official said it took months to plan the rescue operation, the rivals are believed to holding at least 20 police soldiers and civilians for money and polictical purposes. FACK has been at war to Collombia government for more than 45 years.

You are listening the news in voa special English.

President Obama says his administration plans to help the people in the states who were dealing with economic and enviromental affact of a growing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Obama visited the gulf coast states of Missisibi and Alabama Monday, he also said he is organizing an effort to make sure that gulf seafood remains safe to eat. US coast guard official Fad Allen reported to the president and the governors of Missisibi and Luisana. He told them the government current efforts to deal with the disaster. Mr. Obama said they will also discuss how to guarantee ( ) there is an effective communication and agreement on what action to take before more oil reaches the coast. The president will next travel to Floryda to observe clean-up efforts there.

US says 13 countries are not doing enough to fight humantraficing. The report from the American State department says Iran, North Korea, Cuba and Burma are among the countries that fail to meet international standards. The state department said they could be punished if thier ( ) on humantrafficing do not improved. The reports say that more the 12 million adults and children arround the world are victims  forced labor or sex trading. Other nations on the list include the  ( ) republic, Koviet, Soridie, Sudan and Ginbabuvi. American secretary Hillary Clinton says the whole world has the responsibility to bring these crimes to an end.

Afghan offical say American Scientists have discoverd almost 1 trillion dollars worth of un~ed minerals in Afghanistan. The spokesman for president Karzayi said the minerals include gold, iron, ( ), copper and ( ). The sopkeman said the government is working closely to make plans to get the mineral out of ground. The American defence official who led the study says this mineral wealth could made Afghanistan economicly powerful if it is properly developed.

Finally in sprots news from South Africa. Italy has tied Paraguay 1:1 at the world cup football game. The game was palyed in heavy rain. Italy won the world cup last year. Earlier on Monday, Japan won its first world cup football game on foreign soil, it defeated the famer team Cameron 1:0 in a match in ( ). Also on Monday Netherland defeat Danmark 2:0.

Here's again the major news. A Russian security group says it may concider taking millitary action in Kyrgystan, where almost 1,000 ethnic Uzbeks have gathered at the southern boarder. The EU called on Israel to include international observers in its investigation of the raid on 8 ships travelling to Gaza last month. And 4 Collombia men who had been hostage for 12 years have been rescued.

That's the news in voa special English, this news broadcast ( ) in Washington.

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