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WORLD NEWS - March 17th, 2012

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  1. It is 22 hours 30 universal time here now the news in VOA Special English. I'm Christopher Cruz reporting live from Washington.
  2. Afghan President Karzai is accusing the United States of failing to cooperate in the investigation of the killing of 16 Afghan villagers. An American soldier is accused of carrying out the attack last Sunday. Some Afghan villagers say more than one American soldier was involved. Separately, a lawyer for the American accused of the killings said the soldier saw another soldier suffered major injury a day before the attack. Attorney John Henry Browne also says those suspects were unhappy about being sent for a fourth time to an area of conflict. He had already served three times in Iraq. "He was told that was not is full of unity of Emeryville that is is a you are where over is that change through the is going back."
  3. The Turkish military says one of its helicopters has crashed on the home near Kabul the Afghan capital. The crash killed 12 Turkish soldiers on the helicopter and at least four people on the ground. Officials said the * helicopter was operating as part of the NATO force in Afghanistan crashed Friday in the * area Kabul province.
  4. Former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan has urged UN Security Council members to end their dispute soon pressuring Syria. Mr. Annan said he is sending a team to Damascus next week to discuss a plan to deploy international observers. Diplomat says he made the comments in a video message to the Security Council on Friday. Two councilmembers Russia and China have repeatedly vetoed resolutions condemning Syria.
  5. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is urging North Korea to reconsider its plan to launch a satellite in April. North Korea announced Friday that it will use a long-distance rocket to launch the satellite. State run media said the launch would be part of observances marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of a former North Korean leader Kim Il Soon. The United States, Russia, Japan, and South Korea have all condemned the planned launch. They say it violates the United Nations ban on all North Korea launches using ballistic missile technology. North Korea recently agreed with the United States to suspend long-range missile tests in exchange for food aid. The United States says the plan could affect the agreement.
  6. You are listening to the news in VOA special English live from Washington.
  7. In Nigeria that the government is reported to have opened cease fire talks with the Islamic militant group Bocal Harom. Politicians and diplomats say messengers are exchanging communications between the government and militant leaders. Reports from Nigeria say Bocal Harom has called for all of its detained members to be released from jail as a condition for a cease-fire. The government is considering the proposal.
  8. Academy award-winning actor George Clooney was arrested in Washington on Friday. He was among a number of people who were arrested for civil disobedience at the Sudanese Embassy also detained were several members of Congress. Religious leaders and activists including the oldest son of the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. The group refused to act after being told by police three times to leave the embassy property. Mr. Clooney was released several hours after his arrest after paying a 2977200 fine. After protest, Mr. Clooney said humanitarian aid needs to be sent to Sudan immediately before it becomes what he called the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Where there is a very simple what is is is a the immediate and immediately we need humanitarian aid to be allowed into the Sudan or it becomes the worst humanitarian crisis in the world immediately. The second thing is a very simple thing is the the government in Khartoum to stop randomly killing of innocent men women and children stop raping and stop starving them all we out.
  9. The International Committee of the Red Cross warns that conditions are becoming worse in northern Mali. The ICRC says tens of thousands of civilians are trying to escape fighting between the army and * Rebels. On Friday, the ICRC said thousands of people displaced by the violence. And ICRC officials said many of the refugees need to care as soon as possible. Officials said the situation was made worse, because many of the refugees are going to areas that cannot help a large number of people.
  10. And finally at this hour, the United States Department of Labor says rising gasoline costs caused prices for goods and services to increase in February. The government reported Friday that consumer costs rose 0.4% last month. This is the biggest increase in 10 months, but the government reported that other than fuel prices. Inflationary pressures were fairly small. It noted that food prices did not change from of first time in 19 months.
  11. And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour in VOA special English. The Turkish military says one of its helicopters has crashed on the home near the Afghan capital killing 12 Turkish soldiers and at least four people on the ground. Former UN chief Kofi Annan has urged Security Council members to end their disputes on pressuring Syria. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged North Korea to reconsider its plan to launch a satellite in April. And that's the news of this hour I'm Christopher Cruz VOA News Washington.

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