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PORT OF SPAIN,burberry, Trinidad and Tobago, Apr. 17 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to say that he envisions to seek "a new beginning" in relationship with Cuba here Friday. "I am not interested in talking for the sake of talking. But I do believe that we can move U.S.-Cuban relations in a new direction," Obama will say, according to his prepared remarks to be delivered at the opening ceremony of the Fifth Summit of the Americas. He will also say that he wants an "equal partnership" with other countries in the Americas, according to excerpts of the remarks released by the White House. The United States would be a friend to its neighbors because the country's future is bound to them,burberry pas cher, the president added. Obama is expected to say that there is no senior partner nor junior partner among countries in the western hemisphere, stressing that nations of the region must work together based on mutual respect and shared values and interests. U.S. President Barack Obama (C) attends the opening cermony of the Fifth Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain,casque beats, Trinidad and Tobago,casque dr dre, April 17,beats by dre, 2009 Obama will say his attendance at the summit was aimed "to launch a new chapter of engagement that will be sustained throughout my administration." He conceded that the United States at some times sought to "dictate terms to other democracies." Obama is expected to offer 30 million U.S. dollars in assistance to increase security in the Caribbean region, along with fresh funds to help provide small loans to entrepreneurs in Latin America Obama also calls for a region-wide partnership on energy and environmental issues to confront the threat of climate change,casque dr dre, saying that nations need to work together to produce and use energies to create jobs. Obama arrived here in the afternoon and was greeted by Paula Goppe-Scoon,casque beats, Trinidad and Tobago's foreign minister at the airport of Port of Spain. As his motorcade drove to the Hyatt Regency, the summit's site,franklin marshall, groups of people stood along the road watching and waving to him. Obama will be the fourth of the five speakers addressing the opening ceremony. After the ceremony,abercrombie and fitch, Obama will meet with Trinidad and Tobago's Prime Minister Patrick Manning and then hold a meeting with a group of Caribbean country leaders.
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Human Rights Watch said in a statement Monday the killings constitute a war crime, and show the guerrilla group's "blatant disregard for human life."
A funeral for the four men was held Tuesday at the national cathedral in the capital, Bogota.


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Rice Visit to Middle East Comes Amid Political Changes

By Jim Teeple
Jerusalem
12 July 2007
Arian says another factor complicating Secretary Rice's efforts is that the Bush administration will only be in office for another 18 months. He says history shows that U.S. administrations make little progress in the Middle East toward the end of their terms.
In Israel, former prime minister and new Labor Party leader Ehud Barak joined the coalition government of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, positioning himself for a possible challenge to Mr. Olmert and an eventual return to his old job.
Kuttab says most Palestinians always welcome a new U.S. diplomatic initiative in the Middle East,casque beats, but he says U.S. officials have so far failed to fulfill pledges they have made in the past.
"Usually the window of opportunity is limited to the first year or the second year of an administration - maybe half of the third year," he said. "But as we get into the fourth year there is almost no precedence for breakthroughs."
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice returns to the Middle East next week for talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders. VOA's Jim Teeple reports U.S. officials say they hope to revive Mideast peace efforts even though the Palestinian territories are now effectively divided between Hamas and Fatah.
When she was here in March, Secretary Rice said she would focus on benchmarks for future progress, which she said would include stopping Palestinian rocket fire from the Gaza Strip into Israel,abercrombie, and easing Israeli restrictions on the movement of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Daoud Kuttab, who teaches Media Studies at Jerusalem's al-Quds University and who runs the Internet radio station Ammannet.net, says Secretary Rice has room to maneuver,casque beats, in her talks with Palestinian leaders, but he says she should not try to exploit the current split between Hamas and Fatah.
Things have changed in the Middle East since Condoleezza Rice was last here in March.
Reviving the Middle East peace process, analysts say, is not a priority of either Israelis or Palestinians. However, U.S. officials say conditions are now better for that to happen than at any other time in the recent past. With Mr. Abbas freed from his Hamas-dominated unity government and Mr. Olmert assured of at least short-term stability in his government, they say Secretary Rice will try and push both sides toward a regional settlement.
Last month, the Islamic militant group Hamas staged a military takeover in the Gaza Strip, bringing an end to the three-month-old Hamas-dominated Palestinian unity government, and effectively dividing the Palestinian territories between Hamas-controlled Gaza, and the West Bank, controlled by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement.
Secretary Rice's trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories is the first of several high-level diplomatic initiatives expected to take place this month. Following Rice's departure, former British Prime Minister and new Mideast Peace envoy, Tony Blair visits the region. He will be followed by a delegation from the Arab League that will hold talks with Israeli leaders,abercrombie and fitch, urging them to seriously consider the Arab Peace Initiative which calls for Arab States to recognize Israel in exchange for Israel withdrawing to its 1967 borders, something Israel has rejected in the past.
"I think Dr. Rice should put her words to action," he added. "She should mean what she says and say what she means. The U.S. has always been in favor of an immediate freeze of settlements, building the negotiations process, and the removal of obstructions to the movement of people [in the West Bank]. These are issues that the U.S. has stood for years, but they have not had the courage to really stand up and make sure the Israelis really enforce them. I think the Americans can do a lot more than they have done on this issue."
Arab moderates and many Palestinians say now is the time for Israel to strike a peace deal with Mr. Abbas,louboutin, to show Palestinians there is an alternative to Hamas, and to stop Hamas from gaining further strength in the West Bank.
"I wish that Condoleezza Rice and the international community would not use relations with the Palestinian Authority to put pressure on Mr. Abbas one way or the other,franklin marshall," he said. "Whether he should or should not make reconciliation with Hamas should be left as an internal Palestinian problem. What the international community should be concentrating on is trying to find a way to end this 40-year-old occupation. That is the biggest problem we have now,abercrombie france, and if Dr. Rice would concentrate on that I think we will be much better off."
Asher Arian is a senior fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute who also teaches at the City University of New York. He says Israel's military opposes easing West Bank security restrictions, and Mr. Olmert has to also convince his coalition partners to agree to any U.S. benchmarks, or more substantive agreements in the future.
With Gaza now under the firm control of Hamas,burberry pas cher, there appears to be no chance of achieving the first aim, but there has also been little progress with Israel on easing travel restrictions of Palestinians in the West Bank,casque dr dre, even though Israeli officials say they can now work with Mr. Abbas.
"It is certainly a military concern,louboutin pas cher," he noted. "The military is not anxious to do this [ease security]. There is also a coalition concern. Olmert rules a potentially shaky coalition, and anything that he does to offend or affect the sensibilities of those partners is going to be problematic. That is the crucial matter of any future agreement. Will it pass his government and coalition, the Knesset and public opinion in general?"
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Human Rights Watch said in a statement Monday the killings constitute a war crime, and show the guerrilla group's "blatant disregard for human life."
A funeral for the four men was held Tuesday at the national cathedral in the capital, Bogota.


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Carl Rowan One of the Most Honored Reporters in the United Stat

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In Nineteen-Sixty-Five, Carl Rowan left the government and started writing for newspapers. He wrote a column that told his opinions about important social, economic and political issues. It appeared several times a week in a number of newspapers. Radio and television jobs followed.
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Mister Rowan opened many doors for African Americans. He was the first black deputy Secretary of State in the administration of President John F. Kennedy. And he was the first black director of the United States Information Agency which at the time supervised the Voice of America.
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In Nineteen-Forty-Eight, Carl Rowan became a reporter for the Minneapolis Tribune newspaper in Minnesota. He was one of the first black reporters to write for a major daily newspaper.
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Mister Rowan talks about his life in his book, "Breaking Barriers":
Growing up, Carl had very little hope for any change. There were not many jobs for blacks in the South. The schools were not good. Racial tensions were high. Laws were enforced to keep blacks and whites separate.
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Carl Rowan lived with his wife, Vivien Murphy, in a large house in Washington, D.C. They had three children and four grandchildren.
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Carl Rowan used simple words when he spoke, yet he was very direct. He was criticized sometimes for that. Some people thought that his ideas were too liberal. Others thought he was too moderate. But most people thought his stories generally were very fair.




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Carl Rowan won praise over the years for his reports about race relations in America. He provided a public voice for poor people and minorities in America. He influenced people in positions of power.

During his years in President Kennedy's administration, Carl Rowan got to know Lyndon B. Johnson. Lyndon Johnson became president after President Kennedy was assassinated in Nineteen-Sixty-Three.

As a young reporter, he covered racial tensions in the South during the civil rights movement. In Nineteen-Fifty-Six, he traveled to the Middle East to cover the war over the Suez Canal. He also reported from Europe,franklin marshall, India and other parts of Asia. He won several major reporting awards.


In Nineteen-Eighty-Seven,abercrombie, Mister Rowan created a program called "Project Excellence." The program rewards black students who do well in school. Over the years,beats by dre, the program has provided millions of dollars to help African American students get money for college.



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And I'm Doug Johnson. Listen again next week for another PEOPLE IN AMERICA program on the Voice of America.
Carl Rowan did so well in college that he was chosen by the United States Navy to become one of the first fifteen black Navy officers. He said that experience changed his life.


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This Special English program was written by Cynthia Kirk. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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The Rowans did not even have a clock. As a boy, Carl said he knew if it was time to go to school by the sound of a train. He said if the train was late, he was late.
Carl Rowan was the first black president of an organization of top reporters in Washington called the Gridiron Club. The group does a show every year that makes fun of the American political process. Mister Rowan often performed by singing or leading a comedy act.

It was a teacher who urged Carl to make something of himself. Bessie Taylor Gwynn taught him to believe he could be a poet or a writer. She urged him to write as much as possible. She would even get books for him because blacks were banned from public libraries.




Carl entered Tennessee State College in Nineteen-Forty-Two. He almost had to leave college after the first few months because he did not have enough money. But on the way to catch a bus, his luck changed. He found the twenty dollars he needed to stay in college.
Carl Rowan was known for the powerful stories that he wrote for major newspapers. His columns were published in more than one hundred newspapers across the United States. He was the first black newspaper columnist to have his work appear in major newspapers.

Carl Rowan also was a radio broadcaster and a popular public speaker. For thirty years, he appeared on a weekly television show about American politics.

He had been a strong supporter of gun control laws. But in Nineteen-Eighty-Eight,casque beats, he was charged for firing a gun that he did not legally own. He shot and wounded a teenager who was on his property illegally. Rowan was arrested and tried. During the trial, he argued that he had the right to use whatever means necessary to protect himself and his family.

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In Nineteen-Sixty-Four, President Johnson named Carl Rowan director of the United States Information Agency. The position made him the highest level African American in the United States government. Mister Rowan said being chosen to head the United States Information Agency and the Voice of America was one of the great honors of his life.
Carl Rowan was born in Nineteen-Twenty-Five in the southern city of Ravenscroft, Tennessee. He grew up during the Great Depression,louboutin, one of the worst economic times in the United States. His family was very poor. His father stacked wood used for building, when he had work. His mother worked cleaning the homes of white people when she could. The Rowan family had no electricity,casque dr dre, no running water,burberry, no telephone and no radio. Carl said he would sometimes steal food or drink warm milk from the cows on nearby farms.

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In Nineteen-Ninety-One, Carl Rowan wrote a book about his life called "Breaking Barriers." Several years later, he wrote a book called "The Coming Race War in America." The book describes the exploding anger between blacks and whites and the possibility of a future race war. Some people praised the book. Others thought it was harmful and irresponsible.

And I'm Doug Johnson with the VOA Special English program, PEOPLE IN AMERICA. Today, we tell about the life of writer and reporter, Carl Rowan. He was one of the most honored reporters in the United States.

Mister Rowan often wrote intensely about race relations. Yet, he wrote with more feeling about one subject than any other: that education and hard work will help young African Americans move forward.





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Carl Rowan called himself a newspaperman. Yet, he was also a writer of best-selling books. He wrote about the lives of African American civil rights leader, Reverend Martin Luther King Junior and United States Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall.

Carl Rowan was angered by the ideas of some young blacks. He said they believed that to study hard and perform well in school was "acting white." He deplored the idea that excellence is for whites only.

Mister Rowan's reports on race relations in the South interested President John F. Kennedy. In Nineteen-Sixty-One, President Kennedy appointed Mister Rowan deputy assistant Secretary of State. He served as a delegate to the United Nations during the Cuban missile crisis in Nineteen-Sixty-Two. Mister Rowan later was appointed ambassador to Finland.
I'm Shirley Griffith.
Carl Rowan died September Twenty-Third, Two-Thousand, in Washington, D.C. He was seventy-five years old. During the last years of his life,casque dr dre, he suffered from diabetes and heart problems. But he never failed to write his newspaper column. He never let bad things slow him down.

Throughout his life, Carl Rowan was a strong voice for racial justice in America. Yet,casque beats, he also demanded excellence from other black Americans. He wrote about wrongdoing within the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The NAACP fights for the civil rights of African Americans. Mister Rowan's columns led to the resignation of its chairman and helped speed the organization's financial recovery.
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Carl served on ships during World War Two. Afterward, he returned to college and graduated from Oberlin College in Ohio. He went on to receive his master's degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota.
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Bessie Taylor Gwynn made sure that Carl finished high school. And he did. He graduated at the top of his class.
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Human Rights Watch said in a statement Monday the killings constitute a war crime, and show the guerrilla group's "blatant disregard for human life."
A funeral for the four men was held Tuesday at the national cathedral in the capital, Bogota.


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Human Rights Watch said in a statement Monday the killings constitute a war crime, and show the guerrilla group's "blatant disregard for human life."
A funeral for the four men was held Tuesday at the national cathedral in the capital, Bogota.


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Human Rights Watch said in a statement Monday the killings constitute a war crime, and show the guerrilla group's "blatant disregard for human life."
A funeral for the four men was held Tuesday at the national cathedral in the capital, Bogota.


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