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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第28期(2009年9月7日)

楼主:八月捕蝉 日期: 回贴:7 浏览:

VAN ALLEN 站长引言:听写训练是提高听力最为有效的方式之一,UNSV.COM 发布的 VOA Special English 专题节目资料中,几乎都同时提供节目文稿和配套的MP3录音,是绝佳的听写训练资料。尤其是 World News 专题,内容涵盖今日世界最新时事报道,很多英语爱好者每天听 World News 了解世界大事。同时,World News 专题节目也是大多数高校英语专业学生的必听资料。

然而,World News 专题却只有节目MP3录音,没有配套的标准文本。很多人觉得这很遗憾,但事实上,它巧妙地为我们提供了一次更好地学习和互动的机会——参与World News 听写 PK大赛活动。此项赛事,要求所有参赛者提交自己的原创听写稿。正因为没有“标准答案”可供参考,所以World News 听写 PK大赛才具可行性。举办World News听写PK大赛旨在帮助网友加强学习交流,提高学习兴趣,丰富网站活动,欢迎各位英语爱好者积极参与!

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World News 听写PK大赛规则

1、UNSV.COM 的所有级别的会员(普通会员,实名会员,高级会员)都可以参与;
2、听写PK每周举办一次,周一开始,周五结束,周六公布最终听写总结稿;
3、听写PK的素材是World News - September 7th, 2009的听写素材(节目总时长10分钟);
4、参赛者在当期PK赛期间(周一至周五),可以随时以“回复此帖子的形式”发布自己的听写稿。独立完成至少1个完整新闻片断听写的参赛者,即可获得评选资格,听写的新闻片断越多,听写质量越高,评选名次就会越好。每期比赛多次发布听写稿的参赛者,只认可第一次发布的成绩;直接在他人的基础上进行听写整理出来的不参加评比,但整理出色的,可评特别贡献奖;

5、每周六完成评选。评出一等奖1名,奖励积分500;二等奖2名,各奖励积分300;三等奖3名,各奖励积分200。另设特别贡献奖若干名,根据实际情况评奖。

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1楼 作者:wenmingjie 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 0:30 Universal Time. And here is the news in special English.

 

[1] Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month. And officials from the independent election commission said officials have cancelled the votes from 447 voting stations across the country because of claims of cheating. The official did not say how many votes had been affected by the decision. The latest election results showed President … getting close to the majority vote needed to avoid a second election. They showed Mr. … with nearly 49 percent of the vote. Top opponent … has nearly 32 percent. Afghan election officials say the count includes about 75 percent of the country’s election centers. Final results are expected later this month.

 

[2] German … has called for a quick and complete NATO investigation into a German-ordered air attack in northern Afghanistan. Local officials say civilians were among those killed in the attack Friday. Miss. … made the call during the visit of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. She also expressed her support for a United Nations’ meeting on Afghanistan’s future to be held before the end of the year. The Washington Post news paper says a German commander in Afghanistan may have violated NATO rules when he ordered an air attack in …’s province. The order was based on intelligence from only one source. The newspaper report says NATO estimates that 125 people were killed in the bombing and at least 24 of them were civilians.

 

[3] The military in Pakistan says its troops have killed 36 suspected militants in two separate operations in the northwestern part of the country. Pakistan’s private military forces said 32 rebels were killed in the … tribal area. The military said troops also destroyed 2 rebel training centers, 15 militant homes and at least 6 vehicles. It said the Taliban-linked group … was a major target in the offensive. Separately, 3 militants were killed in a gun battle in the … Valley. At least 9 others surrendered to government forces.

 

[4] Israeli officials say the government will approve about 500 new buildings in the west bank settlements in the coming days. Israeli cabinet ministers announced their support for the plan on Sunday. Defense Minister … will officially give approval for the new housing within 48 hours. The plan also would permit exiting settlement building to continue. The United States has urged Israel to stop building settlements as part of efforts to reach peace with Palestinians. Palestinian President … says anything less than a complete halt to Israeli settlement activity is unacceptable.

 

[5] Iraqi police say gunmen have killed 5 people in a series of attacks in the northern city of …. Police say in 3 of the attacks gunmen … and shot 3 security officers. In another incident, gunmen raided a house in western …, killing a woman and her grandchild who was about 2 or 3 years old. At least 6 people were also wounded in an explosion in Bagdad Sunday. The bomb was in a car in the eastern part of the capital.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA special English coming to you from Washington. 

 

[6] Rescuers are searching the waters near the southern Filipine coast where a passenger boat sank. They are looking for about 50 people who are still missing after the captain ordered everyone off the ship. Officials have rescued about 900 of the 964 people who jumped into the water of … province. At least 9 others were killed. Officials are looking for those still missing. Filipine officials say the boat began to turn on its side early Sunday. They say they do not know why. The passenger boat was travelling to the central city of ….

 

[7] Sri Lanka has expelled a spokesman for the United Nations Children’s Fund. … is being forced to leave the country because of what the government says were harmful comments he made. UN officials say Sri Lanka cancelled Mr. …’s visa. He has two weeks to leave the country. Four months ago, Mr. … spoke about what he called the unimaginable health suffered by … children during the fighting that led to the defeat of the rebel liberation tigers of ….

 

[8] China is threatening to sentence death to those found guilty of carrying out a series of needle attacks in the northwestern city of Urumchi. The needles are the kind used in medical injection. The Xinhua news agency says attackers will face severe punishment if the needles are found to have contained harmful substances. Chinese officials have blamed the attacks on ethnic separatist forces. In the past week, more than 500 hundred sought medical treatment from the stabbings. The victims were Han Chinese and Uigurs and ethnic minority Islamic group in the northwestern Sinkiang area.

 

[9] The United Nation says heavy rains and flooding in West Africa have affected more than 350,000 people. At least 32 have been killed in Ghana and …. The number of dead is expected to rise. The rains forced 150,000 people in … to leave their damaged homes. Many were in the capital where the main hospital is flooded. Two dams and twelve bridges are damaged. Electricity has been cut in area interfering with aid efforts. The unusually heavy rains are also affecting other parts of West Africa, including ….

 

Briefly now here again is the major news of the hour. Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month. Israeli officials say the government will approve about 500 new buildings in the west bank settlements in the coming days. And rescue workers in the Philippines are searching the waters near the southern coast where a passenger boat sank.

And that’s the news in VOA special English coming to you from Washington.

2楼 作者:wengarden 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is zero hour thirty universal time and here is the news in special English.

Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month. An official from independence commission said officials have cancelled the votes from 447 voting stations across the country because of claims of cheating. The official did not say how many votes have been affected by the decision. The latest election results show president () getting close to the majority votes needed to avoid a second election. They show Mister () was nearly 49 percent of the vote. Top opponent () has nearly 32 percent. Afghan election officials say the account includes about 75 percent of the country’s election centers. Final results are expected later this month.

German chancellor () has called for a quick and complete NATO investigation into a German ordered air attack in Northern Afghanistan. Local officials say civilians were among those killed in the attack Friday. Miss () made the call during the visit of British prime minister (). She also expressed her support for a United Nations meeting on Afghanistan future to be held before the end of the year. The Washington Post newspaper says a German commander in Afghanistan may have violated NATO rules when he ordered an air attack in Kondus province. The order was based on intelligence from only one source. The newspaper reports NATO estimates that one hundred and twenty five people were killed in the bombing and at least 24 of them were civilians.

The military in Pakistan says its troop have killed 36 suspects in 2 separate operations in northwestern part of the country. Pakistan’s private military forces said 33 rebels were killed in the () tribal area. The military said troops also destroyed two rebel training centers, fifteen militant homes and at least 6 vehicles. It said the Taliban link group () Islam was a major target in the offensive. Separately three militants were killed in gun battle in the Swart Valley at least 9 others surrounded to the government forces.

Israeli officials say the government will approve about five hundred new buildings in the West Bank settlements in the coming days. Israeli cabinet ministers announced their support for the plan on the Sunday. Defense minister () will officially give approval for the new housing within 48 hours. The plan also wound permit existing settlement building to continue. The United States has urged Israel to stop building settlements as part of efforts to reach peace with Palestinians. Palestine president () said anything less than a complete halt to Israeli settlement activity is unacceptable.

Iraqi police say gunmen have killed 5 people in the series attacks in the northern city of Mosur. Police say in the three of attacks gunmen drew by and shot three security officers. In another incident gunmen raided a house in western of Mosur killing a woman and her grandchild who was about 2 or 3 years old. At least six people were also wounded in an explosion in Baghdad Sunday. The bomb was in a car about in the eastern part of the capital.

You are listening to the news in voa special English coming to you from Washington.

Rescuers are searching the waters near the southern Philippines coast where a passenger boat sank. They are looking for about 15 people who are still missing after the captain ordered everyone off the ship. Officials have rescued about nine hundred of the 964 people who jumped into water of () province. At least nine others were killed. Officials are looking for those stilling missing. Philippines officials say the boat began to turn on its side early Sunday. They say they do not know why. The passenger boat was traveling to the central city of ().

Sri Lanka has expelled a spokesman for the United Nations Children Fund. () has been forced to leave the country because of what the government says harmful comments he made. UN officials say Sri Lanka cancelled Mister ()’s visa. He has two weeks to leave the country. Four months ago Mister () spoke what he called unimaginable hell suffered by Timen children during the fighting that led to the defeat of the rebel Liberation Tigers of Timonylla.

China is threatening death to those found guilt of carrying out a serious needle attacks in the northwestern city of Urumchi. The needles are the kind used in medical injections. The Xinhua news agency says the attackers will face serious punishment if the needles are found to have maintained harmful substance. Chinese officials have blamed the attack on ethnic separatist forces. In the past week more than 500 people sought medial treatment from the stavings. The victims were Han Chinese and Uigurs. An ethnic minority Islamist group in the northwestern Xingjiang area.

The United Nations says heavy rains and flooding in west Africa have affected more than 350,000 people, at least 32 have been killed in Gana and (). The number of death is expected to rise. The rains forced 150,000 people in () to leave their damaged homes. Many were in the capital where the main hospital is flooded. 2 dams and 12 bridges are damaged. Electricity has been cut in some areas interfering with aid efforts. Then ususally heavy rains are also affecting other parts of west Africa including Ivory Coast, (),(),(),(),(), and ().

Briefly now here again is the major of the hour.

Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month.

Israeli officials say the government will approve about 500 new buildings in the West Bank settlements in the coming days.

And rescue workers in the Philippines are searching the waters near the southern coast where a passenger boat sank.

And that’s the news in VOA special English coming to you from Washington.

3楼 作者:danislee 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
It is 00:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English.

 

Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month. An official from the Independent Election Commission said officials have canceled the votes from 447 voting stations across the country because of claims of cheating. The official did not say how many votes had been affected by the decision. The latest election results show President Hamid Karzai getting close to the majority vote needed to avoid a second election. They show Mr. Karzai with nearly 49 percent of the vote. Top opponent Abdullah Abdullah has nearly 32 percent. Afghan election officials say the count includes about 75 percent of the country’s election centers. Final results are expected later this month.

 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for a quick and complete NATO investigation into a German-ordered air attack in northern Afghanistan. Local officials say civilians were among those killed in the attack Friday. Ms. Merkel made the call during the visit of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. She also expressed her support for a United Nations meeting on Afghanistan’s future to be held before the end of the year. The Washington Post newspaper says a German commander in Afghanistan may have violated NATO rules when he ordered an air attack in Kunduz province. The order was based on intelligence from only one source. The newspaper report says NATO estimates that 125 people were killed in the bombing and at least 24 of them were civilians.

 

The military in Pakistan says its troops have killed 36 suspected militants in two separate operations in the northwestern part of the country. Pakistan’s private military forces said 33 rebels were killed in the Khyber tribal area. The military said troops also destroyed two rebel training centers, fifteen militant homes and at least six vehicles. It said the Taliban linked group Lashkar-e-Islam was a major target in the offensive. Separately, three militants were killed in a gun battle in the Swat Valley. At least nine others surrendered to government forces.

 

Israeli officials say the government will approve about 500 new buildings in the West Bank settlements in the coming days. Israeli Cabinet ministers announced their support for the plan on Sunday. Defense Minister Ehud Barak will officially give approval for the new housing within 48 hours. The plan also would permit existing settlement building to continue. The United States has urged Israel to stop building settlements as part of efforts to reach peace with Palestinians. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says anything less than a complete halt to Israeli settlement activity is unacceptable.

 

Iraqi police say gunmen have killed five people in a series of attacks in the northern city of Mosul. Police say in three of the attacks gunmen drove-by and shot three security officers. In another incident, gunmen raided a house in western Mosul, killing a woman and her grandchild, who was about two or three years old. At least six people were also wounded in an explosion in Baghdad Sunday. The bomb was in a car in the eastern part of the capital.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English coming to you from Washington.

 

Rescuers are searching the waters near the southern Philippine coast, where a passenger boat sank. They are looking for about 50 people who are still missing after the captain ordered everyone off the ship. Officials have rescued about 900 of the 964 people who jumped into the water of Zamboanga del Norte province. At least nine others will killed. Officials are looking for those still missing. Philippine officials say the boat began to turn on its side early Sunday. They say they do not know why. The passenger boat was travelling to the central city of Iloilo.

 

Sri Lanka has expelled a spokesman for the United Nations Children’s Fund. James Elder is been forced to leave the country because of what the government says were harmful comments he made. U.N. officials say Sri Lanka cancelled Mr. Elder’s visa. He has two weeks to leave the country. Four months ago Mr. Elder spoke about what he called the “unimaginable hell” suffered by Tamil children during the fighting that led to the defeat of the rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.

 

China is threatening to sentence death to those found guilty of carrying out a series of needle attacks in the northwestern city of Urumchi. The needles are the kinds used in medical injections. The Xinhua News Agency says the attackers will face severe punishment if the needles are found to have contained harmful substances. Chinese officials have blamed the attacks on ethnic separatist forces. In the past week more than 500 people sought medical treatment from the stabbings. The victims were Han Chinese and Uighursan ethnic minority Islamic group in the northwestern Xinjiang area.

 

The United Nations says heavy rains and flooding in West Africa have affected more than 350,000 people. At least 32 have been killed in Ghana and Burkina Faso. The number of dead is expected to rise. The rains forced 150,000 people in Burkina Faso to leave their damaged homes. Many were in the capital where the main hospital is flooded. Two dams and twelve bridges are damaged. Electricity has been cut in some areas interfering with aid efforts. Then, usually, heavy rains also affecting other parts of West Africa including Ivory Coast, Mauritania, Mali, Liberia, Benin, Senegal and Gambia.

 

Briefly now, here again is the major news of the hour.

 

Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month.

 

Israeli officials say the government will approve about 500 new buildings in the West Bank settlements in the coming days.

 

And, rescue workers in the Philippines are searching the waters near the southern coast where a passenger boat sank.

 

And, that’s news in VOA Special English coming to you from Washington.

4楼 作者:lucia li 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS –September 7, 2009

Written by Voice of America.

It’s 00:30 universal time and here is the news in special English.

Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month. And official from the Independent Election Commission said officials have cancelled the votes from 447 voting stations across the country because of the claims of cheating. The official did not say how many votes had been affected by the decision. The latest election results show President Hamid Karzai getting close to the majority vote needed to avoid a second election. They show Mr. Karzai with nearly 49% of the vote. Top opponent Abdullah Abdullah has nearly 32%. Afghan election officials say the count includes about 75% of the country’s election centers. Final results are expected later this month.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for a quick and complete NATO investigation into a German-ordered air attack in Northern Afghanistan. Local officials say civilians were among those killed attack Friday. Ms. Marcle made a call during the visit of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. She also expressed her support for a United Nations’ meeting on Afghanistan’s future to be held before the end of the year. The Washington Post Newspaper says a German commander in Afghanistan may have violated NATO rules when he ordered an air attack in Kongdu province. The order was based on Intelligence from only one source. The newspaper report says NATO estimates that 125 people were killed in the bombing and at least 24 of them were civilians.

The military in Pakistan says its troops have killed 36 suspected militants in two separate operations in the Northwestern part of the country. Pakistan’s private military forces said 33 rebels were killed in the Khyber tribal area. The military said troops also destroyed 2 rebel training centers, 15 militant homes and at least 6 vehicles. It’s said the Taliban-linked group Lashkar-e-Islam was a major target in the offense. Separately 3 militants were killed in the gun battle in the Swat Valley. At least 9 others surrendered to government forces.

Israeli officials say the government will approve about 500 new buildings in the West Bank settlements in the coming days. Israeli cabinet ministers announced their support for the plan on Sunday. Defense Minister Ehud Barak will officially give approval for the new housing within 48 hours. The plan also would permit existing settlement building to continue. The United States has urged Israel to stop building settlements. It’s part of efforts to reach peace with Palestinians. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says anything less than a complete halt to Israeli settlement activity is unacceptable.

Iraqi police say gunmen have killed 5 people in the serious attacks in the Northern city of Mosul. Police say in 3 of the attacks gunmen drove by and shot 3 security officers. In another incident, gunmen raided a house in Western Mosul killing 1 woman and her grandchild who was about 2 or 3 years old. At least 6 people were also wounded in an explosion in Bagdad Sunday. A bomb was in a car in the eastern part of the Capital.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English coming to you from Washington.

Rescuers are searching the waters near the Southern Philippine coast where a passenger-boat sank. They are looking for about 50 people who are still missing after the Captain ordered everyone off the ship. Officials have rescued about 900 of the 964 people who jumped into the water of Zamboanga province. At least 9 others were killed. Officials are looking for those still missing. Philippine officials say the boat began to turn on its side early Sunday. They say they do not know why. The passenger-boat was travelling to the central city of Iloilo.

Sri Lanka has expelled a spokesman for the United Nations’ Children’s Fund. James Elde r has been forced to the country because of what the government says were harmful comments he made. UN officials say Sri Lanka cancelled Mr. Elder’s visa. He has two weeks to leave the country. 4 months ago, Mr. Elde r spoke about what he called the unimaginable hell suffered by Tamil Children during the fighting that led to the defeat of the rebel liberation tigers of Tamil Elam.

China is threatening to sentence death to those found guilty of carrying out a series of needle attacks in the northwestern city of Urumqi. The needles are the kinds used in medical injections. The Xinhua News agency says the attackers will face severe punishment if the needles are found to have contained harmful substances. Chinese officials have blamed the attacks on ethnic separatist forces. In the past week, more than 500 people sold medical treatment from the stabbings. The victims were Han Chinese and Uighur. And ethnic minority Islam group in the northwestern Xinjiang area.

The United Nations says heavy rains and flooding in West Africa have affected more than 350,000 people. At least 32 have been killed in Ghana and Burkina. The number of dead is expected to rise. The rains forced 150,000 people in Burkina Faso to leave their damaged homes. Many were in the Capital, or the main hospital is flooded. 2 dams and 12 bridges are damaged. Electricity has been cut in some areas interfering with aid efforts. The unusually heavy rains are also affecting other parts of West Africa including Ivory Coast ( 象牙海岸 ), Mauritania ( 毛里塔尼亚 ), Mali ( 马里 ), Liberia ( 利比里亚 )), Benin ( 贝宁 ), Senegal ( 塞内加尔 )) and Gambia ( 冈比亚 ).

Briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

Afghan election officials have announced the first rejection of votes from presidential elections held last month.

Israeli officials say the government will approve about 500 new buildings in the West Bank settlements in the coming days.

And rescue workers in the Philippines are searching the waters near the southern coast where a passenger-boat sank.

And that’s the news in VOA special English coming to you in Washington.

  第5楼 作者:michael-wjx 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

呵呵,3楼的danislee 真的很棒呀。预祝你!

6楼 作者:danislee 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
michael-wjx过奖了。谢谢鼓励,呵呵。
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