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【整理】VOA 2014-06-17 伊拉克叛乱问题

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From Washington this is VOA News. The US says no plans of military cooperation with Iran regarding Iraq violence. Pakistani air strikes pound militant hideouts. I’m Ray Kouguell reporting from Washington.

The US Defense Department says it has no plans to enter into military cooperation with Iran in any coordinated action against Sunni insurgents fighting in Iraq. Spokesman John Kirby says US and Iranian officials could meet on the sidelines of nuclear talks in Vienna but the military consultations will not be part of those discussions. Earlier Monday the US Secretary of State John Kerry told Yahoo news that Washington is not ruling out anything in possible cooperation with Iran but he said the Iranians' first step to be prepared to do something to respect Iraqi integrity and sovereignty. President Obama has ruled out sending US forces back into Iraq.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko says he'll put forward a detailed peace plan and will include a ceasefire in the government's battle withpro-Russian separatists. Opening a meeting in the country's national Security Council in Kiev, Mr.Poroshenko said Monday he will roll out the peace plan this week and the ceasefire will be proposed that's the beginning of the plan's implementation. He said it would include changes of the country's constitution that would decentralize power, a key demand of many government opponents in the eastern Ukraine. Mr.Poroshenko's comments followed an announcement by Russian energy giant Gazprom that is cutting natural gas supplies to Ukraine after Kiev missed a deadline to pay almost two million dollars of its outstanding debts.

Pakistan's military says air strikes that killed at least 27 militants in the North Waziristan tribal agency that comes just day after the army announced a start of a comprehensive operation in the region. Pakistan says most of those killed were fighters in the fugitive Islamic movement of east Turkistan in trench along the Afghan border. During a speech to Parliament Monday Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif laid out these reasons for abandoning peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban and ordering the military offensive. Mr.Sharif said efforts to establish peace through dialogue are not acceded and the terrorists continue their deadly acts targeting Pakistanis including women and children.

Israel is expanding a search for three Jewish teenagers believed to be kidnapped by Palestinian militants in the West Bank. Robert Berg reports. Israeli forces including paratroops and the lead anti-terror units are conducting house-to-house searches in the West Bank for three kidnapped teenagers. The three are seminary students from Jewish settlements who disappeared while hitchhiking last Thursday near the biblical town of Hebron. Most of the searches have focused on Hebron and nearby villages but they were expanded north Monday to the area of Ramallah, the headquarters of the Palestinian authority. Israeli troops have arrested more than 150 Palestinians in the raids, most of them from the Islamic militant group Hamas. Robert Berg for VOA News Jerusalem.

The Somali militant group al-Shabab is claiming responsibility for an attack in a Kenyan town that killed at least 48 people. The statement posted to apro-al-Shabab website says gunmen attacked hotels, police stations, banks andother public places in the coast town of Mpeketoni. Some of those killed had gathered to watch the football World Cup.

China says it executed 13 people for terrorism and violent crimes in the western region of Xinjiang. The official Xinhua news agency says that the 13were put to death Monday were involved several different cases of violence.

A senior UN official says millions of people caught in crisis are unable to get the aid they need due to a lack of funding .Lisa Schlein has details. The United Nations has appealed for a record 16.9 billion dollars to assist 54million people and 28 countries this year. Nearly half the year has passed and only 30% of that money or 5.2 billion dollars has been received. UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos says people should do the math and they will see the difficulties aid agencies face. She cites Syria, the Central African Republic and South Sudan as the three top level crisis. She says Syria is the biggest of the three with more than nine million internally displaced people and nearly three million refugees in neighboring countries in need of help. Lisa Schlein for VOA News Geneva.

The International Monetary Fund says US economy will grow 2% this year but a bit lower than expected. I'm Ray Kouguell in Washington.










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