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WORLD NEWS - March 20th, 2012

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  1. It is 22:30 universal time, Here is the news in special English.
  2. Syrian rebels and government forces fought Monday morning in Maza, a rich neighborhood in the capital Damascus. Syrian state news agency says the fighting started after the military raided a rebel hiding place. Later it says to rebels and the security force member were killed in the gun battle. However, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for human rights provides a different report. It says several armed groups of dissidents entered Maza and attacked a military officials house. It says the battle that followed killed at least three rebels and two soldiers. Russia has urged both sides in Syria to observe daily cease-fires, so the Red Cross can remove civilians and treat the wounded.
  3. French President * has gone to the city of Toulouse in southwestern France where a private Jewish school was attacked Monday. Gunmen shot and killed four people at the school including three children. The shooter escaped on a motorbike. Police are searching for the killer. Recently, three soldiers were killed and two wounded in separate shootings there. Police say the same kind of gun was used in all three shootings. All candidates in the presidential election have temporarily suspended their political campaigns. French president * said everything must be done to stop the killer and make him pay for his crime.
  4. The head of the election commission Guinea-Bissau is asking for more security at election offices, after a top military official was killed on voting day. officials say there is no connection between the killing and the voting. In other election news from the United Nations office in Guinea-Bissau said it is very pleased with the country's presidential election. UN spokesman Vladimir Monteiro said voters are hoping that a new president will bring security to the country. Official election results are expected within a week.
  5. A chief jailer under the former Khmer Rouge government in Cambodia has given evidence against three top former officials. * also known as Blake spoke in a court in Phnom Penh. He admitted to lead the 13 prison where detainees were sometimes tortured and killed. He said his supervisor taught him interrogation methods that included electrical shock, waterboarding, and other torture. Last month a court found him guilty of responsibility for the deaths of more than 12000 prisoners. The court ordered him to spend life in prison. Also Monday, a second international judge resign from the court trying former leaders of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge government. The Swiss judge said he could not continue to serve because the Cambodian judge repeatedly interfered with the court.
  6. The Prime Minister of India says his government might support a United Nations resolution of suspected war crimes in Sri Lanka. It calls for more investigation of Sri Lankan military and ethnic Tamil rebel actions toward the end of the country's civil war in 2009. * told Parliament Monday that his government will probably vote in favor of the resolution. He said Indio hopes the measure would shape an equal and just future for Tamils in Sri Lanka. A UN report released last April said tens of thousands of civilians may have been killed during government attacks on hospitals and other civilian targets. Sri Lanka says it is not guilty of war crimes.
  7. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  8. In East Timor, President Josette Ramos Orta admitted defeat Monday in his effort to win a second term in office. The president is *, the presidential candidate of the opposition * party. More than 70% of the ballots have been counted. Official election results are expected on Tuesday. Mr. could cherish will face East Timor's former military chief Giuseppe Maria * in the final election next month. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised East Timor for holding a peaceful election. This is the second presidential election in East Timor since it won independence from Indonesia in 2002.
  9. Australian officials say the illegal transport and sale of human beings is increasing in the country. Official say most of the illegal human trafficking into Australia involves foreign women forced into the sex industry. But officials say there is also an increase in slave labor in the manufacturing and building industries. Australia's federal police have held events across the country to help police identify both victims and criminals. Arrests and trials are rare because victims often are too frightened to report the crime. They fear expulsion from the country and harm to their family members.
  10. Amnesty International says NATO has yet to pay damages or investigate civilian deaths caused by its airstrikes in Libya last year. The rights group reported Monday that NATO took steps to prevent civilian deaths but still has the responsibility to investigate. It said many deaths happened when NATO bombed targets with no apparent military purpose. NATO says it no longer has the right to carry out any activities in Libya.
  11. Greek finance minister * Venizelos has resigned after being elected to lead the Socialist Party *. He replaces former Greek Prime Minister *'s * leader. Greece has announced plans to hold early general elections in late April or early May. The voting will replace the country's temporary coalition government led by Prime Minister Lacoste *.
  12. American Republican presidential candidates are now campaigning in the central state of Illinois. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is planning to talk about economic and answer questions from voters Monday night in Chicago. Rick Santorum says if he wins Tuesday in Illinois, he expects to be the National Republican candidate for president in November. Former Congressman Newt Gingrich, Congressman Ron Paul also campaign there.
  13. Here again is the top news. Syrian rebels and government forces fought Monday morning to get rich neighborhood near the capital Damascus. French President * has gone to the city of Toulouse where a private Jewish school was attacked Monday. And the chief jailer under the former Khmer Rouge government in Cambodia has given evidence in court against three top former officials. That's the news in VOA Special English.

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