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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第33期(2009年10月12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、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;
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1楼 作者:danislee 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

 

American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in the Pakistani army headquarters. She said in London that American officials believe the Pakistani government and its nuclear weapons remain safe. Early, Pakistani special forces ended the twenty-two hour occupation of army headquarters in Rawalpindi. The military says soldiers raided the building Sunday morning and freed 39 hostages. Gunmen had attacked the headquarters Saturday, killing six soldiers. Four attackers were also killed and two were captured.

 

Secretary Clinton also says the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program. She made the comments in London after meeting with British Foreign Secretary David Miliband. Mr. Miliband said Iran will never have a better chance to take part in normal relations with the rest of the world. Early, Iran said it will enrich its own uranium if talks with world powers to provide nuclear fuel breakdown. Iranian diplomats have agreed to meet with officials from the United States, France, Russia and the United Nations to work out a plan for enriching uranium in other countries. Those talks will be held Oct. 19th in vienna.

 

The top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrongdoing. Kai Eide spoke to reporters in Kabul about accusations from his former deputy that he suppressed the evidence. He said officials are still trying to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers have said that up to 30% of the vote could be affected. The U.N. is supporting an investigation by Afghanistan’s Electoral Complaints Commission. It is expected to report this week about its examination of suspicious votes.

 

A Democratic Party law maker says developing a better plan in Afghanistan is more important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator Carl Levin spoke on television. He expressed opposition to send in more troops as requested by General Stanley McChrystal. Other Democrats as well as most Republicans say Afghan security can not be improved without more troops. General McChrystal says the United States could lose the fight against the Taliban unless more forces are deployed.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

A series of bomb attacks in Iraq have killed at least 19 people in the western city of Ramadi. Officials say at least 80 others are wounded. One bomb exploded in a car, another exploded after rescue and emergency workers arrived to help, and a third bomb exploded at Ramadi’s main hospital where many of the victims had been taken for treatment. There have been two other similar series of deadly bombings in less than a week in Anbar province. No group has said it was responsible for the violence on Sunday.

 

American Middle East Representative George Mitchell has ended his latest visit to the area with no sign that peace talks will begin again. Mr. Mitchell met, Sunday, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. A statement from Mr. Netanyahu’s office says Israeli Officials will travel to Washington this week for more discussions. Early, Mr. Mitchell met in Cairo with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit. Mr. Mitchell said the two men discussed their shared belief in a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

 

The United States military says Iraqi security forces have arrested 49 people accused of being part of a criminal group in the northern city of Mosul. A military statement says Iraqi officials arrested the suspects after searching vehicles and buildings in the Mosul area. The statement says the suspects are part of the Islamic State of Iraq, a group linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq. It says the leaders of the groups in Mosul and Nineveh were among those arrested. Officials say the suspects used threat of violence to influence Iraqis to give them money. The money was then used for terrorist acts against civilians and security forces.

 

Turkey’s Prime Minister says Armenia needs to withdraw its troops from an area of Azerbaijan. Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke a day after Turkey and Armenia signed an agreement to establish normal relations following 100 years of hostility. Mr. Erdogan said Turkey would not open its border to Armenia until it withdraw its troops from the Nagorno-Karabakh area. He said the withdraw will also ease the way for the diplomatic agreement to be approved by the Turkish parliament. Nagorno-Karabakh is mostly ethnic Armenian. Turkey supports Azerbaijan’s long fight to remain in control of the area.

 

Finally this newsthousands of people have gathered in Washington, D.C. to demand that the Obama administration make more progress on issues of affecting homosexuals. Gay rights supporters marched from the White House to the Capitol building to call for action on promises made during Mr. Obama’s election campaign. Civil rights activist Julian Bond linked the gay rights struggle to the movement that began more than 50 years ago to end racial separation. The President did not take part in the march but spoke on Saturday to a gathering of gay activists in Washington. He promised to end the policy that bars homosexual Americans from serving in the military.

 

And now, briefly, here again is the major news of the hour.

 

American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in Pakistan’s armies headquarters.

 

Secretary Clinton also said the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program.

 

And, the top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrongdoing.

 

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.

American secretary of state Hilary Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in the Pakistani army headquarters. She said in London that American officials believe the Pakistani government and its unclear weapons remain safe. Earlier Pakistani special forces ended the 22 hour occupation of army headquarters in (). The military says soldiers raided the building Sunday morning and freed 39 hostages. Gunmen had attacked the headquarters Saturday killing 6 soldiers. 4 attackers were also killed and 2 were captured.

Secretary Clinton also says the world will not wait for ever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its unclear program. She made the comments in London after meeting with British foreign secretary David Millerbador. Mister Millerbador said Iran will never have a better chance to take part in normal relations with the rest of the world. Earlier Iran said it will enrich its own Uranium if talks with world powers to provide unclear fuel bread down. Iranian diplomats have agreed to meet with officials from the United States, France, Russia and the United Nations to work out a plan for enriching Uranium in other countries. Those talks will be held in October 19th in Vienna.  

The top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrong doing. () spoke to reporters in Kabul about accusations from his former deputy that he suppressed the evidence. He said officials are still trying to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers have said that up to thirty percent of the vote could be affective. The UN is supporting an investigation by Afghanistan’s electoral campaigns commission. It is expected to report this week about its examination of suspicious votes.

A Democratic Party lawmaker says developing a better plan in Afghanistan is more important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator () spoke on television. He expressed opposition to sending more troops as requested by general (). Others Democrats as well as most Republicans say Afghan security can not be improved without more troops. General () says the United States could lose the fight against Taliban unless more forces are deployed.

You are listening to the news in the VOA special English.

Serious bomb attacks in Iraq have killed at least 19 people in the western city of (). Officials say at least 80 others are wounded. One bomb exploded in a car and other exploded after rescue and emergence workers arrived to help. And a third bomb exploded at ()’s main hospital where many of the victims have been taken for treatment.  There have been two other similar seris of deadly bombings in less than one week in () province. No group has said it was responsible for the violence on Sunday.

American Middle-East representative Jorge () has ended his latest visit to the area with no sign that peace talks will begin again. Mister () met Sunday with Israel prime minister (). A statement from Mister ()’s office says Israeli officials will travel to Washington this week for more discusses. Earlier Mister () met in Cairo with Egyptian foreign minister (). Mister () said the two men discussed their shared belief in a two states solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The United States military says Iraqi security forces have arrested 49 people accused of being part of criminal group in the northern city of Musul. a military statement says Iraqi officials arrested the suspects after searching vehicles and buildings in the Musul area. The statement says the suspects are part of the Islamic States of Iraq. A group linked to Al-quaid in Iraq. It says the leaders of the groups in Musul and () were among those arrested. Officials say the suspects used threat of violence to influence Iraqis to give them money. The money then was used as terrorist attacks against civilians and security forces.

Turkey’s prime minister says Armenia needs to withdraw its troops from an area of Azerbaijan. () spoke a day after Turkey and Armenia signed an agreement to establish normal relations following one hundred years of hostility. Mister () said Turkey wound not open its border to Armenia until it withdraw its troops from () area. He said the withdrawal will also ease the way for the diplomatic agreement to be approved by the Turkish parliament. The () is mostly ethnic Armenia. Turkey support Azerbaijan long fight to remain the control of the area.

Finally this news thousands of people gathered in Washington DC to demand that the Obama administration make more progress on issues affecting homosexuals. Gay right supporters marched from the White House to the capital building to call for action on promises made during Mister Obama’s election campaign. Civil rights activist Julius () linked the gay right struggle to the movement that began more than 50 years ago to end racial separation. The president did not take part in the march but spoke on Saturday to a gathering of gay activists in Washington. He promised to end the policy that bars homosexual Americans from serving in the military.

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

American secretary state of Hilary Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in Pakistan’s army’s headquarters.

Secretary Clinton also said the world will not wait for ever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its unclear program.

And the top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrong doing.

That’ s the news in VOA special English.

3楼 作者:Minnie 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

 

American secretary state ? has expressed confidence in Pakistan's government, following a raid on militants holding

hostages in the Pakistani army headquarters, she said, in London, that american officials believe and Pakistani 

government and it's nuclear weapons remain safe. Earlier Pakistani special forces ended the twenty-two hour occupation of army headquarters in ?. The military says soldiers raided the building Sunday morning and 

free nine hostages. Gunman had attack the headquarter Saturday,  killing six soldiers. Four attackers were also 

killed, and two were captured. 

 

Secretary ? also says the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning 

its nuclear programme. She made the comments in London after meeting with British foreign secretary David ?. Mr. ? 

said Iran will never have a better chance to take part in normal nations with the rest of the world. Earlier Iran 

said, it will enrich its only Iranian. It talks would world powers to provide nuclear fuel breakdown. Iranian 

diplomats have agreed to meet with officials from the United States, France, Russia, and the United Nations, to work

out a plan for enriching Iranian in other countries, those talks will be hold October nineteenth in Vienna.

 

The top United Nation's official in Afghanistan says the president should election there in August suffered from 

serious wrongdoing. Kye Ada, spoke to reporters in ? about executions for his former deputy that he suppress 

the evidence, he said officials are still trying to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers

have said that up to thirty percent of the vote could be affected. The UN is supporting the investigation 

by Afghanistan electoral complaints commission. It's expected to report this week about its examination of 

suspicious votes. The democratic party lawmaker says developing a better plan in Afghanistan is more 

important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator Karl Levin Spoke on television

he expressed opposition to sending more troops as requested by General Stanli ?. Other democrats as well as most

republicans say Afghan security can not be improved without more troops. General ? says the United Stated could 

lose the fight against Taliban unless more forces are deployed.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

The series of bomb in Iraq have killed at least nineteen people in the western city of Romadi. Official say at 

least eighty others are wounded. One bomb exploded in the car, another exploded after rescue and emergency workers 

arrived to help. And a third bomb exploded at Romadi's main hospital where many of the victims had been taken for 

treatments. There are two other similar series of deadly bombings in less than a week in ?. No group has said it 

was responsible for the violence on Sunday. American Middle-east representative Gorge Miture has ended his latest visit to the area with no sigh that peace talks will begin 

again. 

 

Mr. Miture met Sunday with Irani Prime Minister Benjamin Laten Yahoo. The statement for Mr Laten Yahoo's office said

Irani officials will travel to Washington this week for more discussions. Earlier Mr Miture met in Cairo with 

Egyptian foreign minister ?. Mr Miture said the two man discussed their shared belief in the two states solution 

to the Israel ? conflicts. 

 

The United States military says Iraq security forces have arrested 49 people accused of been part of criminal group

in the Northern city ?. The military statement says Iraq officials arrested the suspects after searching vehicles 

and buildings in the ? area. The statement says the suspects are part of the Islamic state of Iraq, a group link to

Al Kiada in Iraq. It says the leaders of the groups in ? and ? were among those arrestees. Official say the 

suspects use threat and violence to influence Iraqis to give them money. The money were then used to terrorists 

attacks against civilians and security forces.

 

Turkey's Prime Minister says Armenia need to withdraw its troops from the area of ?. ? spoke a day after Turkey 

Armenia signed an agreement to establish normal relations following one hundred years of hostility. Mr Adwan said 

Turkey would not open its border to Armenia utill it withdraw its troops from the ? area. He said the withdraw 

would also easy the way for the diplomatic agreement to be approved by the Turkish parliament. .? is mostly ?Armenian.. Turkey supports other ? Long fight to remain its control of the area. 

 

Finally this news, thousands of people have gathered in Washington DC to demand that the Obama Administration make

more progress on issues affecting homosexual. Gay rights supporters marched from the White House to the capital

building to call for action on promises made during Mr. Obama's election campaign. Civil rights activist Julie Bon

link the gay rights struggle to the movements that began more than fifty years ago to separation. The president 

did not take part in the Much but spoke on Saturday to the gathery of gay activists in Washington. He promise to 

in the policy to bars  Homosexual Americans from serving in the military. 

 

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour. American secretary state ? has expressed confidence in

Pakistan's government. Following a raid on militants holding hostages in Pakistan's army headquarters. Secretary ?

Also said the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear 

program, and the top united nations official in Afghanistan says the president should election there in August 

suffered from serious wrong-doing.

 

And that's the news in VOA Special English.

4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] American Secretary of State H Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in the Pakistani army’s headquarters. She said in London that American officials believed that the Pakistani government and its nuclear weapons remain safe. Earlier Pakistani Special Forces ended the 22-hour occupation of army headquarters in Rawalpindi. The military says soldiers raided the building Sunday morning and freed 39 hostages. Gunmen had attacked the headquarters Thursday, killing six soldiers. Four attackers were also killed, and two were captured.

 

[2] Secretary Clinton also says the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program. She made the comments in London after meeting with British Foreign Secretary David Miliband. Mr. Miliband said Iran will never have a better chance to take part in normal relations with the rest of the world. Earlier Iran said it would enrich its own uranium if talks with world powers to provide nuclear fuel break down. Iranian diplomats have agreed to meet with officials from the United States, France, Russia and the United Nations to work out a plan for enriching uranium in other countries. Those talks will be held October 19th in Vienna.

 

[3] The top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrongdoing. Kai Eide spoke to reporters in K about accusations from his former d that he suppressed the evidence. He said officials are still trying to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers have said that up to 30 percent of the vote could be affected. The UN is supporting an investigation by Afghanistan’s electoral complaints commission. It is expected to report this week about its examination of suspicious votes.

 

[4] A Democratic Party law maker says developing a better plan in Afghanistan is more important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator Carl Levin spoke on television he expressed opposition to sending more troops as requested by general S. Other Democrats as well as most Republicans say Afghan security cannot be improved without more troops. General M says the United States could lose fight against the Taliban unless more forces are deployed.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

[5] Series bomb attacks in Iraq have killed at least 19 people in the western city of Ramadi. Officials say at least 80 others are wounded. One bomb exploded in a car. Another exploded after rescue and emergency workers arrived to help. And a third bomb exploded at R’s main hospital where many of the victims had been taken for treatment. There have been two other similar series of deadly bombings in less than a week in Anbar province. No group has said it was responsible for the violence on Sunday.

 

[6] American Middle East representative Gorge Mitchell has ended his latest visit to the area with no sign that peace talks will begin again. Mr. Mitchell met Sunday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. A statement from Mr. Netanyahu’s office says Israeli officials will travel to Washington this week for more discussions. Earlier Mr. Mitchell met in Cairo with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit. Mr. Mitchell said the two men discussed there shared belief in a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestine conflict. 

 

[7] The United States military says Iraqi security forces have arrested 49 people accused of being part of a criminal group in the northern city of Mosul. A military statement says Iraqi officials arrested the suspects after searching vehicles and buildings in the Mosul area. The statement says the suspects are part of the Islamic state of Iraq, a group linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq. It says the leaders of the groups in M were among those arrested. Officials say the suspects used threats violence to influence Iraqis to give them money. The money was then used for terrorist acts against civilians and security forces.

 

[8] Turkey’s Prime Minister says Armenia needs to withdraw its troops from an area of Azerbaijan. J. E. spoke a day after Turkey and Armenia signed an agreement to establish normal relations following 100 years of hostility. Mr. E said Turkey would not open its border to Armenia until it withdrew its troops from the N area. He said the withdraw will also ease the way for the diplomatic agreement to be approved by the Turkish parliament. The K is mostly ethnic Armenian. Turkey supports Azerbaijan’s long fight to remain in control of the area.

 

[9] Finally this news. Thousands of people have gathered in Washington, DC to demand that the Obama administration make more progress on issues affecting homosexuals. Gay right supporters marched from the White House to the Capital Building to call for action on promises made during Mr. Obama’s election campaign. Civil rights activist J linked the gay right struggle to the movement that began more than 50 years ago to end racial separation. The President did not take part in the march but spoke on Saturday to a gathering of gay activists in Washington. He promised to end the policy that bars homosexual Americans from serving in the military.

 

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour. American Secretary of State Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in Pakistan’s army’s headquarters. Secretary Clinton also said the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program. And the top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrongdoing.

 

And that’s the news in VOA Special English.

5楼 作者:annieyhj 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is zero hour thirty universal time , and here is the news in voa sepcial english.

American Secretary of  State Hillary Cliton expressed confidence in Pakistan's government following a raid on militant holding hostages in the Pakistani army headquaters .She said in London that American officials believe the Pakistani government and its nuclear weapons remain safe. Earlier Pakistani special forces entered the twenty-tow hour occupation of army headquarter in ( ).The military says soldiers raided the building Sunday morning and freed thirty-nine hostages. Gunmen had attacked the headquarter Saturday ,killing six soldiers ,four attackers were also killed and two were captured . 

Secretary Cliton says the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program. She made the comments in London after meeting with British Foreign minister David Millerband. Mr Millerband said Iran will never have a better chance to take part in normal relations with the rest of the world. Earlier , Iran said it would enrich its own urainum if talks with world powers to provide nuclear fuel break down. Iranian diplomats have agreed to meet with officials form USA,France , Russiaand Unite Nations to work out a plan for enriching urainum in other countries .These talks would be held October ,19th in Vienna.

The top UN official in Afghan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrong doing .() spoke to the reporters in Kabol about accusations for his former dupty that he supressed the evidence. He said officials are still trying to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers have said that up to 30%of the vote could be affected. The UN is supporting an investigation by Afghanatan's electoral complaint commission .It is expected to report this week about its examination of suspicious vote.

A democratic law maker says developing a better plan is Afghan is more important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator Carl spoke on television. He expressed opposition to sending more troops as request by General ().other democrats as well as republicans say Afghan security can not be improved without more troops .General  Mochristal says the USA could loss the fight of Taliban unless more forces are deployed.

You are listening to the news in voa special english.

A series of bomb attacks in Iraq have killed at least 19 people in the western city of (Kamadi). officials say at least eighty others were wounded .one bomb exploded in the car , another exploded after rescue and emergency workers arrived to help. A third exploded at (Ramadi) main hospital where many of the victims have been take for treatment. There have been two other similar series of deadly bombings in less than a week in () province.NO group has said it was reponsible for the violence on Sunday.

American mideast representitive Geoge Mitchel has endend his lates visit to the area with no sign that peace talks will begin again. Mr M met Sunday with Israeli Prime minister Benjamine Nataniyahu. A statement from Mr N's office says Isralei officials will travel to Washington this week for more discussions .Earlier , Mr M met in Cairo with Egyptian Foreign Minister ().Mr M and the two men discussed their share belief in the two-state solution to Israeli Panastanian conflict.

The USA military says Iraq security forces have arrested forty-nine people accuse of being part of the criminal group in the northern city of Mosow. The military statement says Iraqi officials arrested the suspects after searching vichels and building s in the Mosow area. The statement says the suspects are part of the Islamic state of Iraq, a group linked to Al-Qaida in Iraq. It says the leaders of the groups in Mosow and () area were among those arrested. Officials say the suspects used threats of violence to influnce Iraqis to give them money , the money will then used for terrorist acts against civilians and security forces.

Turkeys Prime minister says Aminia needs to withdraw its troops from an area of Azerbaijan. () spoke a day after Turkeyand Aminia signed an agreement to establish normal relations following 100 year s of hostility. Mr A said Turkey would not open its border to Aminia until it withdraw troops fromm the () area. He said the withdrawal will also ease the way for the diplomatic agreement to be improved  by the Turkey parliament .() is mostly ethinicaly Amina.Turky supports Azerbaijan's long fight to remain in control of the area.

Finally , this news , thousands of people have gathered in Washington DC to demand that Obama Adiminstration make more progress on issues of facting homesexuals, Gay right supports marched from the White House to the Capital building to call for action on promised made druing Mr obama election campaign. Civil rights activist Julie Ban linked the gay rithg struggle to the movement that began more than fifty years ago to end racial separation. The president did not take part in the march but spoke on Saturday to a gathering of gay activist in Washinton .He promised to end policy that bans homesexual Americans from serving in the military.

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

6楼 作者:王子才 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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American secretary of state Hillary Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militant’s holding hostages in the Pakistan Army Headquarters. She said, in London, that American officials believe the Pakistan’s government and its nuclear weapon remain safe. Earlier, Pakistan’s Special Forces ended 22-hour occupation of Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi. The military says soldiers raided building Sunday morning and freed 39 hostages. Gunmen had attacked Headquarter Saturday killing 6 soldiers. 4 attackers were also killed and 2 were captured.

 

Secretary Clinton also says the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program. She made the comments in London after meeting with British foreign secretary David Miliband. Mr Miliband said Iran will never have better chance to take part in normal relations with the rest of the world. Earlier, Iran says it will in reach its own uranium. It talks with world power to provide nuclear fuel breakdown. Iranian diplomats have agreed to meet the officials from the United States, France, Russia and United Nations to work out a plan for in reaching uranium in other countries. Thos talks will be held on October, 19 in Vienna.

 

The top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffer from serious wrong doing. Kai. Eide spoke to reporters in Kabul about accusations from his former deputy that he suppressed evidences. He said officials still try to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers have said that up to 30% of the votes could be affected. The UN is supporting and investigation by Afghanistan Electoral Complain Commission is expected to report this week about its examination of suspicion votes.

 

A Democrat law maker says developing a better plan in Afghanistan is more important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator Carl Levin spoke on television. He expressed opposition to sending more troops as requested by General Stanly McCallister. Other democrats, as well as most republics, say Afghanistan security can not be improved without more troops. General McCallister says the United States could loss the fight against The Taliban a less more forces are deployed.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA special English

 

A series bomb attacks in Iraq have killed at lest 19 people in the western city of Ramadi. Officials say 18 others are wounded. One bomb exploded in a car. Another exploded after rescue and emergency workers arrived to help. And the third bomb exploded at Ramadi main hospital where many of victims have been taking for treatment. There have been two other similar series of deadly bombings in less than a week in Anbar province. No group has said it was responsible for the violent on Sunday.

 

American Middle East representative George Mitchell has ended his latest visit to the area. With no sign that peace talks will begin again. Mr. Mitchell met, Sunday, with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The statement for Mr. Net Yahoo office says Israeli officials will travel to Washington this week for more discussions. Earlier, Mr. Netanyahu met, in Carol, with Egyptian foreign minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit. Mr. Mitchell said the two men discussed their share belief in a two-state solution to the Israel and Palestine conflicts.

 

The United States military says the Iraq security forces have arrested 49 people accused been a part of criminal group in the northern city of Mosul. A military statement says Iraq officials arrested suspects after searching vehicles and buildings in the Mosul area. The statement says the suspects are a part of Islamic state of Iraq, a group linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq. It says the leaders of group in Mosul were among those arrested. Officials say the suspects use threats and violent to influence Iraq to give them money. The money was then used terror acts against civilians and security forces.

 

Turkey’s prime minister says Armenia needs to withdraw his troops for the area of Azerbaijan. Tayyip Erdogan spoke a day after Turkey and Armenia signed an agreement to establish normal relations following 100 years hostility. Mr. Erdogan said Turkey would not open its border to Armenia until it withdrew troops from the Nagorny Karabakh. He says the withdraw will also easy the way for the diplomatic agreement to be approved by the Turkey Parliament. Nagorny Karabakh is mostly ethnic Armenia. Turkey supports Azerbaijan’s long fight to remain in control of the area.

 

Finally this news

 

Thousands of people have gathered in Washington DC to demand that the Obama Administration make more progress on issues of affecting homosexuals. Gay right supporters marched from white house to the Capitol Building to call for on promises made during Mr. Obama election campaign. Civil rights activists Juleybong linked the gay right struggle to the movement began more than 50 years ago to end racial separation. The president did not take part in march but spoke on Saturday to gathering gay activists in Washington. He promised to end the policy that bars homosexual Americans from serving in military.

 

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour. American Secretary of State Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in Pakistan’s army’s headquarters. Secretary Clinton also said the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program. And the top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrongdoing.

7楼 作者:Daisy 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in the Pakistani army’s headquarters. She said in London that American officials believe the Pakistani government and its nuclear weapons remain safe. Earlier, Pakistani special forces ended the 22 hour occupation of army headquarters in Rawalpindi. The military says soldiers raided the building Sunday morning and freed 39 hostages. Gunmen had attacked the headquarters Saturday, killing 6 soldiers. 4 attackers were also killed and 2 were captured.  

Secretary Clinton also says the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program. She made the comments in London after meeting with British Foreign Secretary David Miliband. Mr. Miliband said Iran will never have a better chance to take part in normal relations with the rest of the world. Earlier, Iran said it will enrich its own uranium if talks with world powers to provide nuclear fuel breakdown. Iranian diplomats have agreed to meet with officials from the United States, France, Russia and the United Nations to work out a plan for enriching uranium in other countries. Those talks will be held October. 19th in Vienna.  

The top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrongdoing. Kai Eide spoke to reporters in Kabul about accusations from his former deputy that he suppressed the evidence. He said officials are still trying to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers have said that up to 30% of the vote could be affected. The U.N. is supporting an investigation by Afghanistan’s Electoral Complaints Commission. It is expected to report this week about its examination of suspicious votes.  

A Democratic Party law maker says developing a better plan in Afghanistan is more important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator Carl Levin spoke on television. He expressed opposition to sending more troops as requested by General Stanley McChrystal. Other Democrats as well as most Republicans say Afghan security can not be improved without more troops. General McChrystal says the United States could lose the fight against the Taliban unless more forces are deployed.  

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.  

A series of bomb attacks in Iraq have killed at least 19 people in the western city of Ramadi. Officials say at least 80 others are wounded. One bomb exploded in a car, another exploded after rescue and emergency workers arrived to help, and a third bomb exploded at Ramadi’s main hospital where many of the victims had been taken for treatment. There have been two other similar series of deadly bombings in less than a week in Anbar province. No group has said it was responsible for the violence on Sunday.  

American Middle East Representative George Mitchell has ended his latest visit to the area with no sign that peace talks will begin again. Mr. Mitchell met, Sunday, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. A statement from Mr. Netanyahu’s office says Israeli Officials will travel to Washington this week for more discussions. Earlier, Mr. Mitchell met in Cairo with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit. Mr. Mitchell said the two men discussed their shared belief in a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  

The United States military says Iraqi security forces have arrested 49 people accused of being part of a criminal group in the northern city of Mosul. A military statement says Iraqi officials arrested the suspects after searching vehicles and buildings in the Mosul area. The statement says the suspects are part of the Islamic State of Iraq, a group linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq. It says the leaders of the groups in Mosul and Nineveh were among those arrested. Officials say the suspects used threat of violence to influence Iraqis to give them money. The money was then used for terrorist acts against civilians and security forces.  

Turkey’s Prime Minister says Armenia needs to withdraw its troops from an area of Azerbaijan. Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke a day after Turkey and Armenia signed an agreement to establish normal relations following 100 years of hostility. Mr. Erdogan said Turkey would not open its border to Armenia until it withdraw its troops from the Nagorno-Karabakh area. He said the withdraw will also ease the way for the diplomatic agreement to be approved by the Turkish parliament. Nagorno-Karabakh is mostly ethnic Armenian. Turkey supports Azerbaijan’s long fight to remain in control of the area.  

Finally this newsthousands of people have gathered in Washington, D.C. to demand that the Obama administration make more progress on issues affecting homosexuals. Gay Rights supporters marched from the White House to the Capitol building to call for action on promises made during Mr. Obama’s election campaign. Civil rights activist Julian Bond linked the Gay Rights struggle to the movement that began more than 50 years ago to end racial separation. The President did not take part in the march but spoke on Saturday to a gathering of gay activists in Washington. He promised to end the policy that bars homosexual Americans from serving in the military.  

And now, briefly, here again is the major news of the hour.  

American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed confidence in Pakistan’s government following a raid on militants holding hostages in Pakistan’s army’s headquarters.  

Secretary Clinton also said the world will not wait forever for Iran to meet international responsibilities concerning its nuclear program.  

And, the top United Nations official in Afghanistan says the presidential election there in August suffered from serious wrongdoing.  

That’s the news in VOA Special English.

 

8楼 作者:john 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS—October 12t

It is zero hour thirty universal time and here is news in special English. American secretary of state hillary Clinton has expressed confidence in pakistan’s government following a rade and military in the Pakistan’s armies headquarters . She said in London that American officials believe the pakistan’s government and it’s nuclear weapon remain safe.

Earlier,Pakistan’s special forces ended twenty two hour occupation of army headquater in our pandy. The military saids solders read the building Sunday morning and three thirtynine . Government had attacked headquarter saturday killing six soldiers. Four attackers were also killed and two were captured. Secretary clinton also said the world were not waited forever for inwanted to meet international responsibility concerning its nuclear programme. She made comments in London after meeting with British four and secretary david miliy band.

Mr maliband said Iran will never have a better chance to take part in normal relations with the rest of the word. Earlier Iran said it will enreach all uranium with word powers to provide nuclear fuel breakdown. Iranian in deplemats have agree with official from the United States , France, Russia and United Nations to work out a plan for enreaching uranium in other countries. Lows talk will be held October nineteenth in the ana.

The top United Nations official in Afghanistan said the president election there in August suffer from serious wrong doing. Kai aid spoke to reporters in covol about ecuzations from his formal deputy that he suppressed the evidence. He said official still are trying to learn how extensive the cheating was. European observers have said that up to thirty percent of the vote could be affected. The UN is supporting and investigation by Afghanistan complaint commission. It is espected to report this week about its examinations of suspicious votes. A Democratic Party law maker said developing a better plan in Afghanistan is more important than increasing the number of American troops in that country. Senator cal eleven spoke on television he expressed opputision to sending more troops as requested by general standly marcucial. Other Democrat as well as most Republicans say Afghan security can not be improved without more troops. General macristal said United States could lose the fight against Taliban unless more forces are deployed.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

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