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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第30期(2009年9月21日)

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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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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] President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called the politics of the moment. Mr. Obama said he does not have a time limit to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan. But he does not believe in an indefinite occupation. He promised to find the right plan with clear measures for progress. Mr. Obama said he must question whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. But he said if more troops are needed to defeat …then the American government will do what is required.

[2] In Afghanistan, an American military official say three American soldiers have died in two separate incidents. The official say two were killed in non-fighting incident in a southern part of the country. The military says the third soldier was killed in hostile action Thursday in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan and NATO forces also detained several suspected militants Sunday in a raid on buildings in eastern coast and southern … provinces. A NATO statement said the troops wounded a suspected Taliban commander who later died. The joint force found explosives, guns and communications equipments. No Afghan civilians were harmed during the searches.

[3] President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. The Obama administration says the meeting is planned for Tuesday at the United States general assembly in New York. Mr. Obama will meet with Prime Minister … and Palestinian President … separately before bringing them together. Mr. …’s office said the Israeli leader warmly accepts the invitation. Chief Palestinian negotiator … said Palestinians welcome the offer. America’s special Middle East representative … travelled to the area last week but reported little progress.

[4] President Obama has denied that Russian objections let his administration to end plans for a missile defend systems in Poland and the Czech Republic. But he says it would be good if the change in plans makes Russia more willing to deal with threats such as the Iranian nuclear development. The American leader spoke on a television news program. American senator … also spoke on television about the administration’s change in plans. He said it would be seen as surrender to Russian pressure. The new plan changes the ground base missile defense system to a sea and ground base program.

[5] Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country. … spoke in Teheran Sunday. He said western media never support Iran. He warned Iranian media not to publish foreign accusations against the government. Continuing unrest over the disputed reelection of Iranian President … have brought attention to political tensions within Iran’s ruling party. On Friday tens of thousands of government critics ignored warnings and joined … Day and gathering to protest against the government.  

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

[6] American Federal Agents have arrested three men for making false statements in an antiterrorism investigation. Officials detained … and his father … late Saturday in the western state of Colorado. The men were seized after … canceled plans to meet Federal Agents for a fourth day of questioning. A third man … was arrested separately in New York. The American Justice Department said each man was charged with knowingly and … making false statements to the government in a matter involving international and national terrorism. Officials say that … is suspected in a bomb-making plot. He has denied any links to terrorism. The men are to appear in court Monday and could face eight yeas in prison if found guilty.

[7] The army of southern Sudan is reporting new tribal crashes in … state. An army official says gunmen from the … ethnic group had attack a village in the … tribe. The official says the attack on … village forced out soldiers who were protecting the area. Several deadly tribal crashes had been reported in … in southern Sudan this year. More than 1,000 people had been killed. Local people say the fighting is linked to stealing cows, but officials in southern Sudan blamed the ruling National Congress Party in the north. They say it organizes the attacks to incite conflict and damage the peace treaty from 2005 that ended the civil war. The Sudanese army says it has recaptured an area in north … province once controlled by rebels. An army statement says troops have cleared the remaining Sudan Liberation Movement rebels from the … area. There were no reports of deaths or injuries. The government report cannot be independently confirmed. The Sudan Liberation Movement has accused the Sudanese military of recently moving into rebel territory and causing civilian to flee.

[8] And finally many Muslems around the world are celebrating …. The celebration marks the end of …. The monthlong … observens includes not eating in daylight hours. In … thousands gathered in … Sunday for morning prayers. … King … joined a prayer services in … and others joined …services in Egypt and Iraq.

And now here again is the major news. President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called the politics of the moment. President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. And Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country.

And that’s the news in VOA special English.

2楼 作者:wengarden109191394 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called the politics of the movement. Mister Obama says he does not have a time limit to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan, but he does not believe in an indefinite occupation. He promised to find the right plan with clear measures for progress. Mister Obama said he must question whether to send more troops to Afghanistan, but he said if more troops are needed to defeat Al-quiad the American government will do what it required.

In Afghanistan American military officials say three American soldiers have died in two separate incidents. The officials say two were killed in a none fighting incident in southern part of the country. The military says the third soldier was killed in hustle action Saturday in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan and NATO forces also detained several suspected militants Sunday in a raid on buildings in eastern coast and southern Kantaha provinces. A NATO statement says the troops wounded a suspected Taliban commander who later died. The joint force found explosives, guns and communications equipment. No Afghan civilians were harmed during the searches.

President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle-East peace talks. The Obama administration says the meeting is planned for Tuesday at United Nations General Assembly in New York. Mister Obama will meet with prime minister () and Palestinian president () separately before bringing them together. Mister ()’s office said the Israeli leader warmly accepts the invitation. Chief Palestinian negotiator () said Palestinians welcome the offer. America’s special Middle-East representative Jorge () traveled to the area last week but reported little progress.

President Obama has denied that Russian objections later in his administration to end plans for a missile defense plan in Poland and in J republic, but he says it will be good if the change in plans makes Russia more willing to deal with threat such as the Iranian unclear weapon development. The American leader said on a television program. American senator () also spoke on television about the administration’s change in plans. He said it will be seen as a surrender to Russia pressure. The new plan changes the ground based missile defense system to a sea and ground based program.

Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country. () spoke in Teheran Sunday, he said western news media never support Iran. He warned Iranian media not to publish foreign accusations against the government. Continuing unrest over the disputed re-election of president () has brought a tension to political tensions within Iran’s ruling party. On Friday tens of thousands government critics ignored warnings and joined Koods Day, a gathering to protest against government.

  

You are listening to the news in VOA special English

 

American federal agents have arrested for making false statements in an anti-terrorist investigation. Officials detained () and his father () later Saturday in the western state of Coraladu. The man was seized after () cancelled plans to meet federal agents for a force-day of questioning. A third man () was arrested separately in New York. The American Justice Department said each man was charged with knowingly and willfully making false statements to the government in a matter of involving international and national terrorism. Officials say that Mister () is suspected in a bomb making plot. He has denied any links to terrorism. The man is to appear on court Monday could face eight years in prison if found guilty.

The army of southern Sudan is reporting new tribal clashes in () state. Officials said the gunmen from () ethnic group have attacked a village in () trial. The official says the attack on () village forced out soldiers who were protecting the area. Several deadly tribal clashes have been reported in () in southern Sudan this year. More than one thousand people have been killed. Local people say the fighting is linked to stealing cows, but officials in southern Sudan blamed the ruling national congress party in the north. They say it organizes the attacks to incite conflict and damage the peace treaty from 2005 that ended the civil war. The Sudanese army said it has re-captured an area in north Darfur province once controlled by rebels and army statement says troops have cleared the remaining Sudan Liberal Movement rebels from the () area. There were no reports of deaths of injuries. The government report can not be independently confirmed. The Sudan Liberation Movement has accused the Sudanese military of recently moving into rebel territory causing civilians to flee.

And finally many Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-fitr (开斋节,来源于互联网). The celebration marks the end of Ramadan. The month long Islamic observance includes not eating in the daylight hours. In Saudi Arabia thousands gathered in Mekka Sunday for morning prayers. Jordanian king of () joined a prayer service in the Red Sea port of Acber. And others joined Islamic services in Egypt and Iraq.

And now here again is the major news.

President Obama says he will not make a decision about Afghanistan based on what he called the politics of the movement.

President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Palestinian and Israeli leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle-East peace talks.

And Iran’s supreme leader is blaming the western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country.

And that’s the news in VOA special English.

 

 

3楼 作者:Lyn 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 00:30 universal time. And here is the news in Special English.

President Obama says he will not make a dicision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called "the politics of the moment". Mr. Obama said he does not have a time limit to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan, but he does not believe in an indefinte accupation. He promised to find the right plan with clear messures for progress. Mr. Obama said he must question whether to send more troops to Afghanistan, but he said if more troops are needed to defeat Al-Qaeda, then Amercian government will do what is required.

In Afghanistan, American military offical say three American soliders have died in two seperate incidents. The offical say, two were killed in a non-fighting incident in the southern part of the country. Military says the third solider was killed in hostile action Saturday, in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan and NATO forces alos detained several suspected militants Sunday, in a raid on buildings in eastern (coast) and southern Kandahar provinces. A NATO statement says the troops wounded a suspected Tliban commander who later died. The joint force found explosives ,guns and communications equipment. No Afghan civilians were harmed during the searches.

President Obamam plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week, in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. The Obama administration says the meeting is plan for Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Mr. Obama will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas seperately before bring in them together. Mr. Netanyahu’s office said the Israeli leader warmly accepts the invitation. Chief Palestinian Negotiator Saeb Erakat said Palestinians welcome the offer. Amercia Special Mideast Representative George Mitchell travel to the area last week, but reported little progress.

President Obama has denied that Russian objections let his administratin to end plans for a missile defense systems in Poland and Czech Republic. But he says it would be good if the change in plans makes Russia more willing to deal with threats such as the Iranian nuclear development. The American leader spoke on a television news program. American senator (Lisa Grame) also spoke on television about the administration’s change in plans. He said it would be seen as surrender to Russian pressure. The new plan changes the ground based missile defense system to a sea and ground based program.

Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country.Ayatollah Ali Khamenei spoke in Teheran Sunday. He said western media never support Iran. He warned Iranian media not to publish foreign accusations against the government. Continuing unrest over the disputed reelection of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadi Nejad have brought attention to political tensions within Iran’s ruling party. On Friday tens of thousands of government critics ignored warnings and joined () Day and gathering to protest against the government.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

American Federal Agents have arrested three men for making false statements in an anti-terrorism investigation. Officials detained Najibullah Zazi and his father Mohammed late Saturday in the western state of Colorado. The men were seized after Najibullah Zazi canceled plans to meet Federal Agents for a fourth day of questioning. A third man Ahmad Wais Afzali was arrested separately in New York. The American Justice Department said each man was charged with knowingly and willfully making false statements to the government in a matter involving international and national terrorism. Officials say that Mr. Zazi is suspected in a bomb-making plot. He has denied any links to terrorism. The men are to appear in court Monday and could face eight yeas in prison if found guilty.

The army of southern Sudan is reporting new tribal clashes in Jonglei state. An army official says gunmen from the () ethnic group had attack a village in the (dig a hole) tribe. The official says the attack on () village forced out soldiers who were protecting the area. Several deadly tribal clashes had been reported in Jonglei in southern Sudan this year. More than 1,000 people had been killed. Local people say the fighting is linked to stealing cows, but officials in southern Sudan blamed the ruling National Congress Party in the north. They say it organizes the attacks to incite conflict and damage the peace treaty from 2005 that ended the civil war. The Sudanese army says it has recaptured an area in north Darfur province once controlled by rebels. An army statement says troops have cleared the remaining Sudan Liberation Movement rebels from the () area. There were no reports of deaths or injuries. The government report cannot be independently confirmed. The Sudan Liberation Movement has accused the Sudanese military of recently moving into rebel territory and causing civilians to flee.

And finally many Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Fitr. The celebration marks the end of Ramadan. A mouth long Muslimic observers includes not eating in daylight hours. In Saudi Arabia, thousands gathered in Mecca Sunday for morning prayers. Jordan’s King Abdullah joined a prayer services in the Red Sea port of Aqaba and others joined Muslim services in Egypt and Iraq.

And now here again is the major news.

President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called “the politics of the moment”. President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. And Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country.

And that’s the news in VOA special English. 

4楼 作者:danislee 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called “the politics of the moment”. Mr. Obama said he does not have a time limit to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan, but he does not believe in an indefinite occupation. He promised to find the right plan with clear measures for progress. Mr. Obama said he must question whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. But he said if more troops are needed to defeat al-Qaida, then the American government will do what is required.

In Afghanistan, American military officials say three American soldiers have died in two separate incidents. The officials say two were killed in a non-fighting incident in the southern part of the country. The military says the third soldier was killed in hostile action, Saturday, in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan and NATO forces also detained several suspected militants, Sunday, in a raid on buildings in eastern Khost and southern Kandahar provinces. A NATO statement says the troops wounded a suspected Taliban commander who later died. The joint force found explosives, guns and communications equipment. No Afghan civilians were harmed during the searches.

President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. The Obama administration says the meeting is planned for Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Mr. Obama will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas separately before bringing them together. Mr. Netanyahu ’s office said the Israeli leader warmly accepts the invitation. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said Palestinians welcome the offer. America’s special Middle East representative George Mitchell travelled to the area last week but reported little progress.

President Obama has denied that Russian objections let his administration to end plans for a missile defend system in Poland and the Czech Republic. But he says it would be good if the change in plans makes Russia more willing to deal with threats such as the Iranian nuclear development. The American leader spoke on a television news program. American senator Lindsey Graham also spoke on television about the administration’s change in plans. He said it will be seen as a surrender to Russian pressure. The new plan changes the ground-based missile defense system to a sea & ground-based program.

Iran’s supreme leader is blaming Western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei spoke in Tehran Sunday. He said Western media never support Iran. He warned Iranian media not to publish foreign accusations against the government. Continuing unrest over the disputed reelection of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has brought attention to political tensions within Iran’s ruling party. On Friday tens of thousands of government critics ignored warnings and joined Quds Day, a gathering to protest against the government.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

American federal agents have arrested three men for making false statements in an antiterrorism investigation. Officials detained Najibullah Zazi and his father Mohammed late Saturday in the western state of Colorado. The men were seized after Najibullah Zazi cancelled plans to meet federal agents for a fourth day of questioning. A third man Ahmad Wais Afzali was arrested separately in New York. The American Justice Department said each man was charged with knowingly and willfully making false statements to the government in a matter involving international and national terrorism. Officials say that Mr. Zazi is suspected in a bomb-making plot. He has denied any links to terrorism. The men are to appear in court Monday and could face eight years in prison if found guilty.

The army of southern Sudan is reporting new tribal clashes in Jonglei state. An army official says gunmen from the Lou Nuer ethnic group have attacked a village in the Dinka Hol tribe. The official says the attack on Duk Padiet village forced out soldiers who were protecting the area. Several deadly tribal clashes have been reported in Jonglei in southern Sudan this year. More than 1,000 people have been killed. Local people say the fighting is linked to stealing cows. But officials in southern Sudan blamed the ruling National Congress Party in the north. They say it organizes the attacks to incite conflict and damages the peace treaty from 2005 that ended the civil war. The Sudanese army says it has recaptured an area in north Darfur province once controlled by rebels. An army statement says troops have cleared the remaining Sudan Liberation Movement rebels from Korma area. There were no reports of deaths or injuries. The government report can not be independently confirmed. The Sudan Liberation Movement has accused the Sudanese military of recently moving into rebel territory and causing civilians to flee.

And finally many Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Fitr. The celebration marks the end of Ramadan. The month-long Islamic observance includes not eating in daylight hours. In Saudi Arabia, thousands gathered in Mecca Sunday for morning prayers. Jordanian King Abdullah joined a prayer service in the Red Sea port of Aqaba and others joined Islamic services in Egypt and Iraq.

And now, here again is the major news.

President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called “the politics of the moment”.

President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks.

And Iran’s supreme leader is blaming Western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country.

And that’s the news in VOA Special English.

  第5楼 作者:思一子 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

 

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

President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called the politics of the moment. Mr. Obama said he does not have a time limit to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan. But he does not believe in an indefinite occupation. He promised to find the right plan with clear measures for progress. Mr. Obama said he must question whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. But he said if more troops are needed to defeat Al-Qaida, then the American government will do what is required.

In Afghanistan, American military officials say three American soldiers have died in two separate incidents. The officials say two were killed in non-fighting incident in the southern part of the country. The military says the third soldier was killed in hostile action Saturday in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan and NATO forces also detained several suspected militants Sunday in a raid on buildings in eastern coast and southern kandahar provinces. A NATO statement says the troops wounded a suspected Taliban commander who later died. The joint force found explosives, guns and communications equipment. No Afghan civilians were harmed during the searches.

President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. The Obama administration says the meeting is planned for Tuesday at the United States general assembly in New York. Mr. Obama will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas separately before bringing them together. Mr. Netanyahu’s office said the Israeli leader warmly accepts the invitation. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said Palestinians welcome the offer. America’s special Middle East representative George Mitchell travelled to the area last week but reported little progress.

President Obama has denied that Russian objections led his administration to end plans for a missile defence systems in Poland and the Czech Republic. But he says it would be good if the change in plans makes Russia more willing to deal with threats, such as the Iranian nuclear development. The American leader spoke on a television news program. American senator Lindsey Graham also spoke on television about the administration’s change in plans. He said it would be seen as surrender to Russian pressure. The new plan changes the ground based missile defence system to a sea and ground based program.

 Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei spoke in Teheran Sunday. He said western media never support Iran. He warned Iranian media not to publish foreign accusations against the government. Continuing unrest over the disputed reelection of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has brought attention to political tensions within Iran’s ruling party. On Friday tens of thousands of government critics ignored warnings and joined Quds Day and gathering to protest against the government. 

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

 American Federal Agents have arrested three men for making false statements in an anti-terrorism investigation. Officials detained Najibullah Zazi and his father Mohammed late Saturday in the western state of Colorado. The men were seized after Najibullah Zazi canceled plans to meet Federal Agents for a fourth day of questioning. A third man Ahmad Wais Afzali was arrested separately in New York. The American Justice Department said each man was charged with knowingly and willfully making false statements to the government in a matter involving international and national terrorism. Officials say that Mr. Zazi is suspected in a bomb-making plot. He has denied any links to terrorism. The men are to appear in court Monday and could face eight years in prison if found guilty.

 The army of southern Sudan is reporting new tribal crashes in Jonglei state. An army official says gunmen from the Lou Nuer ethnic group have attack a village in the Dinka Hol tribe. The official says the attack on Duk Padiet village forced out soldiers who were protecting the area. Several deadly tribal crashes had been reported in Jonglei in southern Sudan this year. More than 1,000 people have been killed. Local people say the fighting is linked to stealing cows, but officials in southern Sudan blamed the ruling National Congress Party in the north. They say it organizes the attacks to incite conflict and damage the peace treaty from 2005 that ended the civil war. The Sudanese army says it has recaptured an area in north Darfur province once controlled by rebels. An army statement says troops have cleared the remaining Sudan Liberation Movement rebels from the Korma area. There were no reports of deaths or injuries. The government report cannot be independently confirmed. The Sudan Liberation Movement has accused the Sudanese military of recently moving into rebel territory and causing civilians to flee.

 And finally many Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Fitr. The celebration marks the end of Ramadan. The month-long Islamist observance includes not eating in daylight hours. In Saudi Arabia thousands gathered in Mecca Sunday for morning prayers. Jordanian King Abdullah joined a prayer services in the Red Sea port of Aqaba and others joined Islamist services in Egypt and Iraq.

And now here again is the major news. President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called the politics of the moment. President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. And Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country.

And that’s the news in VOA special English.

 文章不难,人名地名太多,好不容易查到,还参阅了wengarden\danislee/lyn等人的听写件,一并感谢。值得一提的是danislee水平很高,值得学习。

  第6楼 作者:思一子 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

Danislee,只有三处错误,水平的确很高,建议八月先生,可直接将其评为一等奖。

President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East peace talks. The Obama administration says the meeting is planned for Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Mr. Obama will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu(把姓漏了,笔误) and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas separately before bringing them together. Mr. Netanyahu ’s office said the Israeli leader warmly accepts the invitation. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said Palestinians welcome the offer. America’s special Middle East representative George Mitchell travelled to the area last week but reported little progress.

 

 

President Obama has denied that Russian objections let(应为led, lead to 意谓导致) his administration to end plans for a missile defend system in Poland and the Czech Republic. But he says it would be good if the change in plans makes Russia more willing to deal with threats such as the Iranian nuclear development. The American leader spoke on a television news program. American senator Lindsey Graham also spoke on television about the administration’s change in plans. He said it will be seen as a surrender to Russian pressure. The new plan changes the ground-based missile defense system to a sea & ground-based program.

The army of southern Sudan is reporting new tribal clashes in Jonglei state. An army official says gunmen from the Lou Nuer ethnic group have attacked a village in the Dinka Hol tribe. The official says the attack on Duk Padiet village forced out soldiers who were protecting the area. Several deadly tribal clashes have been reported in Jonglei in southern Sudan this year. More than 1,000 people have been killed. Local people say the fighting is linked to stealing cows. But officials in southern Sudan blamed the ruling National Congress Party in the north. They say it organizes the attacks to incite conflict and damages the peace treaty from 2005 that ended the civil war. The Sudanese army says it has recaptured an area in north Darfur province once controlled by rebels. An army statement says troops have cleared the remaining Sudan Liberation Movement rebels from the(少一个the ) Korma area. There were no reports of deaths or injuries. The government report can not be independently confirmed. The Sudan Liberation Movement has accused the Sudanese military of recently moving into rebel territory and causing civilians to flee.

 

7楼 作者:conrad_bz 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
“愚一子”的文本除了 “坎大哈Kandahar ”应该首字母大写外,其他是正确的。可笑的是播音员出现了错误,又纠正过来,听写的也没上当。
8楼 作者:Daisy 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called the Politics of the Moment. Mr. Obama said he does not have a time limit to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan, but he does not believe in an indefinite occupation. He promised to find the right plan with clear measures for progress. Mr. Obama said he must question whether to send more troops to Afghanistan, but he said if more troops are needed to defeat al-Qaeda, then the American Government will do what is required. In Afghanistan, American military officials say 3 American soldiers have died in 2 separate incidents. The officials say 2 were killed in a non-fighting incident in the southern part of the country. The military says the 3rd soldier was killed in a hustle action, Saturday in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan and NATO forces also detained several suspected militants Sunday in a raid on buildings in the eastern coast and southern Kandahar provinces. And NATO statement says the troops wounded a suspected Taliban commander, who later died. The joint force found explosives, guns, and communications equipment. No Afghan civilians were harmed during the searches.

President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle-East Peace talks. The Obama Administration says the meeting is planed for Tuesday at the United Nations general assembly in New York. Mr. Obama will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas separately before bringing them together. Mr. Nat’s office said the Israeli leader warmly accepts the invitation. Chief Palestinian negotiator said Palestinians welcome the offer. America’s special Middle East representative George Michael traveled to the area last week but reported little progress.

President Obama has denied that Russian Objections led his administration to end plans for a missile defense system in Poland and the check republic, but he says it would be good if the change in plans makes Russia more willing to deal with threats, such as the Iranian nuclear development, the American leaders spoke on a television news program. American sanit or Gram also spoke on television about the administration’s change in plans. He said it will be seen as a surrender to Russian pressure. The new plan changes the ground-based missile defense system to a sea-and-ground based program.

Iran ’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country. Ayatollah Aiali Khamenei spoke in Teheran, Sunday. He said western media never support Iran. He warned Iranian media not to publish foreign accusations against the government. Continuing unrest over the disputed re-election of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadienjad, has brought a tension to political tensions within Iran’s ruling party. On Friday, tens of thousands of government critics ignored warnings and joined K’s day , a gathering to protest against the government.

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American federal agents have arrested three men for making false statements in an anti-terrorism investigation. Officials detained Najibullah Zazi and his father Mohammed Wali Zazi late Saturday in the western state of Colorado. The men were seized after Najibullah Zazi cancelled plans to meet federal agents for a false day of quest . A third man A W was arrested separately in New York. The American Justice Department said each man was charged with knowingly and willfully making false statements to the government in a matter involving international and national terrorism. Officials say that Mr. Zazee is suspected in a bomb making plot. He has denied any links to terrorism. The men are to appear in court, Monday could face 8 years in prison if found guilty.

The Army of Southern Sudan is reporting new tribal clashes in Johly State . An army official says gunmen from the Luwhere ethnic group have attacked a village in the Dinkhole tribe. The official says the attack on DP village forced out soldiers who were protecting the area. Several deadly tribal clashes have been reported in Johnly in southern Sudan this year. More than 1,000 people have been killed. Local people say the fighting is linked to stealing cows, but officials in southern Sudan blamed the ruling national congress party in the north. They say it organizes the attacks to incite conflict and damage the peace treaty from 2005 that ended the Civil War. The Sudanese army says it has recaptured an area in north J province once controlled by rebels and army statement says troops have cleared the remaining Sudan liberation movement rebels from the Koma area. There were no reports of deaths or injuries. The government’s report can not be independently confirmed. The Sudan Liberation Movement has accused the Sudanese military of recently moving into rebel territory and causing civilians to flee.

And finally many Muslims around the world are celebrating Eat out Fitter . The celebration marks the end of the Ramadan. The month long Islamic observance includes not Eating in daylight hours. In S ibea, thousands gathered in M Sunday for morning prayers. Jordanian King of….. joined a prayer service in the Red Sea port of Okba , and others joined Islamic services in the Egypt and Iraq.

And now here again is the major news. President Obama says he will not make a decision on the war in Afghanistan based on what he called the Politics of the Moment. President Obama plans to hold a joint meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week in an attempt to restart Middle East Peace talks. And Iran’s supreme leader is blaming western news media for inciting the political unrest in his country.

And that’s the news in VOA special English.

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