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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第34期(2009年10月19日)

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1楼 作者:wengarden109191394 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 23 hour thirty and here is the news in special English.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the Nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people. Many others were wounded. The bomber set off the explosives at a meeting of a Revolutionary Guard and Sunni and Sheiit tribal leaders in () province. The meeting was held in the city of () near the border with Pakistan. Iranian president () says the attack was planned in Pakistan. Iran’s Fars news agency reported him as saying that some security agencies in Pakistan are cooperating with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranian media reports say the Sunni rebel group () has claimed responsibility for the bombing but the group has not made a public statement.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in the mountain area of South () along the border with Afghanistan. The Pakistani troops had air support from fighter planes on the second day of an offensive against Taliban and Al-quaid fighters. Officials say 60 rebels and 6 Pakistani soldiers have been killed since the offensive began Saturday. A Taliban spokesman claims the militants caused many deaths and injuries among government forces. The number of dead could not be independently confirmed because the army is blocking entry to the battle field.

Iraqi police say at least three people have been killed in a bomb explosion in a mostly Sunni area of the capital. 14 others were wounded. Officials say the explosive device was attached to a motorcycle in the () area of the northern Baghdad. And in south-western Baghdad a bomb explosion wounded three people.

An advisor to president Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. Chief () spoke on American Television. He said president Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with the United States. Mister () said military and Defense advisors will continue meeting with president this week and next. An senator John Carri says president Obama should not send any more troops to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country’s disputed presidential election. He also said Afghan leaders need to show that they mean to end corruption.

American Defense secretary Robert Gates is traveling to Japan to ask allies for their continual support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense officials say the secretary’s visit to Tokyo is a chance to get to know Japan’s new leaders. Mister Gates is also expected to discuss the new government’s decision to withdraw two re-fuelling ships that were aiding the international effort in Afghanistan. Defense Ministry officials have said they hope the new Japanese leaders change their minds and continue the re-fuelling the operation. Mister Gates trip to Japan is part of a week long visit to Asia. After talks in Tokyo, he goes to Seoul, South Korea.

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

The Indian government has offered Sri Lanka about one hundred million dollars to help resettle ethnic Timen civilians displaced by war. The home minister made the announcement Sunday in the southern Indian state of (). India has earlier announced a Timen refugee aid project for a similar amount. Almost three hundred thousand Timen civilians have been held in Sri Lanka camps since May. That’s when government troops defeated Timen Tiger rebels after a 25-year long civil conflict. Sri Lankan officials say they are releasing the civilians as fast as they can but the officials say they need to be sure that rebel fighters are not hiding among the civilians.

South Korea’s coast guard says a ship with 5 crew members is missing near the country’s east coast. Officials fear it has sunk. Coast guard officials say the South Korean ship was collecting old fishing equipment when communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 kilometers north-east of the () Islands. The area was experiencing strong winds and high waves at the time. The coast guard received an emergence signal from the boat and began search and rescue operations. Officials say rescue boats and two helicopters are searching the area but have not found the ship.

In Sudan two foreign aid workers kidnapped in Darfur more than three months ago are now free. A Sudanese official says kidnappers released () of Uganda and () of Ireland early Sunday. Both women are employees of the Irish aid group Go. Gunmen seized them in north Darfur on July third. Sudanese humanitarian affairs minister () says tribal leader helped gain the hostages release. Mister () said the two are in good health and no payment was made to the kidnappers. Irish foreign minister Mike Martin welcomed the release and called the women brave and strong.

The () PF Party in Zimbabwe says government business will continue although the MDC Party has decided not to work with its unity government partner. The government () Sunday newspaper reports the information minister Jorge () as saying a cabinet meeting will take place as planned Tuesday. The newspaper reports Mister () says decisions will be made at that meeting. On Friday MDC leader Morgan () said his party was separating from ()PF but he did not say it was withdrawing from the government.   

Briefly here again is the major news.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the Nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in South () along the border with Afghanistan.

And an advisor to president Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively.

That’s the news in VOA special English.

 

 

2楼 作者:Sam spade 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

October 19th, 2009

It is 23:30 Universal Time and here is the news in special English

1.       A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the Nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people, many others were wounded. The bomber set off its explosives at a meeting of the Revolutionary Guard, and Sunee and CI tribe leaders Resistan Lugistan Province, the meeting was held in the city of Ficing near the border with Pakistan. Iranian president Muhammad Neigiade says the attack was planned in Pakistan. Iran’s Far News agency reported and say some security agencies in Pakistan are cooperating with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranian media reports say the Sunee rival group Geodala has claimed responsibility for the bombing, but the group has not made a public statement.

2.       Pakistani forces and rivals have fought fierce battles in the mountain area of south Reserstan along the border with Afganistan. The Pakistani troop had air support from fighter planes on the second day of an offensive against Taliban and Okiata fighters. Official say 60 rivals and 6 Pakistani solders have been killed since the offensive began Saturday. A Taliban spokes man claims the militants cause many death and injuries among government forces. The number of dead could not be independently confirmed, because the army is blocking entry to the battle field.

3.       Iraq police say at least 3 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in a mostly Sunee area of the capital. 14 others were wounded. Official say the explosive device was attached to motor cycle in the Atamii area of northern Baghdad, and in south west Baghdad, a bomb explosion wounded 3 people.

4.       An adviser to president Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. Chief Staff, Ron Amanil spoke on an American television. He said president Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with United States. Mr. Amanil said that military and Defense Advisers will continue meeting with president this week and next. And Senator George Kerry says president Obama should not send any more troops to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country’s disputed presidential election. He also said Afghan leaders need to show their means to end their corruption.

5.       American Defense Secretary Rob Gizch is travelling to Japan to ask allies for their continuous support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense official say the secretary visit to Tokyo is the chance to get to know Japan’s new leaders. Mr. Gizch is also expected to discuss the new government decision to withdraw two re-fueling ships that were aiding international effort in Afghanistan. Defense department officials have said they hope the new Japanese leaders change their mind and continue the re-fueling operation. Mr. Gizch trip to Japan is part of week long visit to Asia. After talks in Tokyo, he goes to soul, South Korea.  

You are listening to the news in VOA special English

6.       The India Government has offered Serilanka about 100 million dollars to hope resettle ethnic Tamo civilians displaced by war. The whole minister made the announcement Sunday in the southern India state of Tanomadu. India had early announced that Tamo refuge aid project for a similar amount. Almost 300 000 Tamo civilians has been held in Serilanka camp since May that is when Serilanka government troops defeated Tamo Tiger rivals after a 25 years long civil conflict. Serilanka official say they are releasing the civilians as fast as they can. But the official says they need to be sure that rival fighters are not hiding among the civilians.

7.       South Korea’s coast guard says that a ship with 5 crew members is missing near the country east coast. Officials fear it has sunk. Coast Guard officials say the South Korea ship was collecting all the fishing equipment when communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 km north east of Tokodo islands. The area was experiencing strong wind and high waves of the time. The coast guard received an emergence signal from the boat and began searching and rescue operations. Officials say that rescue boats and two helicopters are searching the area but has not found the ship.

8.       In Sudan, two foreign aid workers kidnapped in Dapher 3 more than months ago are now free. A Sudanese official says kidnapper released Hidcowarkii of Uganda and share common island early Sunday, both women are employees of Irish aid group Goes. Gunman sized them in north Daphore on July 3rd. Sudanese humanitarian affairs minister, Abudubaa Gialanee says that the tribe leader helps gain the hostages released. Mr. Gilarnee said that two are in good and no payment was made to the kidnapers. Irish foreign minister Markor Magin welcomed the release, called the women brave and strong.        

9.       Gianee PF party in Jinbarbuwei says the government business will continue although the MDC party has decided not to work as its unit government partner. The government operated Sunday Mail Newspaper reports the information minister George Gialombar say that the cabinet meeting will take place as planned Tuesday. The newspaper report Mr. Gialombar says the decision will be made at that meeting. On Friday, MDC leader George said his party was separating from Gianee PF. But he did not say he will withdraw from the government.

Briefly here again is the major news:

1.       A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the Nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people.

2.       Pakistani forces and rivals have fought fierce battles in the south Reserstan along the border with Afghanistan. 

3.       And an adviser to president Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troop to Afghanistan when he satisfied that country can work effectively.

 

That’s the news in VOA Special English      

                  

3楼 作者:wenmingjie 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 23:30 Universal Time. And here is the news in Special English.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people. Many others were wounded. The bomber set up the explosive at a meeting of the Revolutionary Guard and Sunni and … tribal leaders in … province. The meeting was held in the city of ... near the border with Pakistan. Iranian President … says the attack was planned in Pakistan. Iran’s … news agency reported him as saying that some security agents in Pakistan are cooperating with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranian media reports say the Sunni rebel group … has claimed responsibility for the bombing. But the group has not made a public statement.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in the mountains area of South Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan. The Pakistani troops had air support from fighter planes on the second day of an offensive against Taliban and Al-Qaida fighters. Officials say 60 rebels and 6 Pakistani soldiers have been killed since the offensive began Saturday. A Taliban’s spokesman claims the militants caused many death and injuries among government forces. The number of dead could not be independently confirmed, because the army is blocking entry to the battle field.

Iraqi police say at least 3 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in a mostly Sunni area of the capital. 14 others were wounded. Officials say the explosive device was attached to a motorcycle in … area in northern Bagdad. And in southwestern Bagdad a bomb explosion wounded 3 people.

An advisor to President Obama says the President will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. Chief staff … spoke on an American television. He said President Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with the United States. Mr. … said military and defense advisors will continue meeting with the President this week and next. And Senator John says President Obama should not send any more troops to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country’s disputed presidential election. He also said Afghan leaders need to show that they mean to end corruption.

American Defense Secretary … is traveling to Japan to ask allies for their continued support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense officials say the Secretary’s visit to Tokyo is a chance to get to know Japan’s new leader. Mr. G is also expected to discuss the new government’s decision to withdraw two refueling ships that were aiding the international effort in Afghanistan. Defense Department officials have said they hoped the new Japanese leaders changed their minds and continued the refueling operation. Mr. G’ trip to Japan is part of a week long visit to Asia. After talks Tokyo he goes to Seoul, South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Indian government has offered Sri Lanka about 100 million dollars to help resettle ethnic … civilians displaced by war. Home Minister made the announcement Sunday in southern Indian state …. India had early announced a … refugee aid project for a similar amount. Almost 300,000 … civilians have been held in Sri Lanka camps since May. That was when Sri Lanka government troops defeated … rebels after a twenty-five year long civil conflict. Sri Lanka officials say they are releasing the civilians as fast as they can. But the officials say they need to be sure that rebel fighters are not hiding among the civilians.

South Korea ’s coast guard says a ship with 5 crew members is missing near the country’s east coast. Officials fear it has sunk. Coast guard officials say the South Korea ship was collecting old fishing equipment when communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 kilometers northeast of the … islands. The area was experiencing strong winds and high waves at the time. The coast guard received an emergency signal from the boat and began search and rescue operations. Officials say rescue boats and two helicopters are searching the area but have not found the ship.

In Sudan, two foreign aid workers kidnapped in Darfur more than 3 month ago now are free. A Sudanese official says kidnappers released … of Uganda and … of Ireland early Sunday. Both women are employees of the Irish aid group …. Gunmen seized them in North Darfur on July 3rd. Sudanese Humanitarian Affair Minister … says tribal leaders helped gain the hostages released. Mr. ... said the two are in good health and that no payment was made to the kidnappers. Irish Foreign Minister … welcomed the release and called the women brave and strong.

The … PF Party in Zimbabwe says government business will continue although the MDC Party has decided not to work with its unity government partner. The government operated Sunday Mail newspaper reports the Information Minister G as saying a cabinet meeting will take place as planned Tuesday. The newspaper reports Mr. says decisions will be made at that meeting. On Friday MDC leader … said his party was separating from … PF, but he did not say it was withdrawing from the government.

Briefly here again is the major news. A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people. Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in South Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan. And an advisor to President Obama says the President will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. That’s the news in VOA Special English.

4楼 作者:lucia li 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS –September 19, 2009

Written by Voice of America.

It’s 23:30 universal time and here is the news in special English.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the nation's Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people, many others were wounded. The bomber set off the explosives at a meeting of Revolutionary Guard and Sunni and Shi'ite tribal leaders in Sistan-Baluchistan province. The meeting was held in the city of Pishin near the border with Pakistan. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the attack was planned in Pakistan. Iran's Fars News agency reported him is saying that some security agents in Pakistan are cooperating with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranian media reports say the Sunni rebel group Jundollah has claimed responsibility for the bombing. But the group has not made a public statement.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in the mountain area of South Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan. The Pakistani troops had air support from fighter planes on the second day of an offensive against Taliban and Al-Qaeda fighters. Officials say 60 rebels and 6 Pakistani soldiers had been killed since the offensive began Saturday. The Taliban spokesman claims the militants caused many deaths and injuries among government forces. The number of dead could not be independently confirmed because the army is blocking entry to the battle field. Iraqi police say at least 3 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in a Muslim Sunni area of the Capital. 14 others were wounded. Officials say the explosive device was attached to a motorcycle in the Adhamiyah area of Northern Bagdad. And in South western Bagdad, a bomb explosion wounded 3 people.

And an adviser to president Obama says the President will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel spoke on American Television. He said President Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with the United States. Mr. Emanuel said military and defense advisers will continue meeting with the president this week and next. And Senator John Kerry says President Obama should not send any more troops to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country's disputed presidential election. He also said Afghan leaders need to show that they mean to end corruption. The American defense secretary Robert Gates is travelling to Japan to ask allies for their continued support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense officials say the secretary's visit to Tokyo is a chance to get to know Japan's new leaders. Mr. Gates is also expected to discuss the new government's decision to withdraw two refueling ships that were aiding the international effort in Afghanistan. Defense department officials have said they hope the new Japanese leaders change their minds and continue the refueling operation. Mr. Gates' trip to Japan is part of a-week long visit to Asia. After talks in Tokyo, he goes to Soul, South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

The Indian government has offered Sri Lanka about 100 million dollars to help resettle ethnic Tamil civilians displaced by war. The home minister made the announcement Sunday in the Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. India had earlier announced a Tamil refugee aid project for a similar amount. Almost 300, 000 Tamil civilians have been held in Sri Lankan camps since May. That is when Sri Lankan government troops defeated Tamil Tiger Rebels after a 25-year long civil conflict. Sri Lankan officials say they are releasing the civilians as fast as they can. But the officials say they need to be sure that rebel fighters are not hiding among the civilians.

South Korea's coast guard says a ship with 5 crew members is missing near the country's east coast. Officials feel it has sunk. Coast Guard officials say the South Korean ship was collecting all the fishing equipment when communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 kilometers northeast of the Dokdo islands. The area was experiencing strong winds and high waves at that time. The Coast Guard received an emergency signal from the boat and began search and rescue operations. Officials say rescue boats and two helicopters are searching the area but have not found the ship.

In Sudan, two foreign aid workers kidnapped in Darfur more than 3 months ago are now free. A Sudanese official says kidnappers released Hilda Kawuki of Uganda and Sharon Commins of Ireland early Sunday. Both women are employees of the Irish Aid Group Goal. Gunmen seized them in North Darfur on July 3rd. Sudanese Humanitarian Affairs Minister Abdel Bagi Ali Algilani says tribal leaders helped gain the hostage's release. Mr. Algilani said the two are in good health and no payment was made to the kidnappers. Irish foreign minister Michael Martin welcomed the release and called the women brave and strong.

ZANU-PF party in Zimbabwe says government business will continue although the MDC party has decided not to work with its unity government partner. The government operated Sunday Mail Newspaper reports the Information Minister George Charamba as saying a cabinet meeting will take place as planned Tuesday. The newspaper reports Mr. Charamba says decisions will be made at that meeting. On Friday MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai said his party was separating from ZANU-PF. But he did not say it was withdrawing from the government.

Briefly here again is the major news.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the nation's Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in South Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan.

And an adviser to president Obama says the President will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively.

That's the news in VOA special English.

  第5楼 作者:思一子 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

September 19, 2009

It’s 23:30 universal time and here is the news in special English.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the nation's Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people, many others were wounded. The bomber set off the explosives at a meeting of Revolutionary Guard and Sunni and Shiite tribal leaders in Sistan-Baluchistan province. The meeting was held in the city of Pishin near the border with Pakistan. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the attack was planned in Pakistan. Iran's Fars News agency reported him as saying that some security agents in Pakistan are cooperating with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranian media reports say the Sunni rebel group Jundollah has claimed responsibility for the bombing. But the group has not made a public statement.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in the mountain area of South Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan. The Pakistani troops had air support from fighter planes on the second day of an offensive against Taliban and Al-Qaida fighters. Officials say 60 rebels and 6 Pakistani soldiers have been killed since the offensive began Saturday. The Taliban spokesman claims the militants caused many deaths and injuries among government forces. The number of dead could not be independently confirmed because the army is blocking entry to the battle field. Iraqi police say at least 3 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in a Muslim Sunni area of the Capital. 14 others were wounded. Officials say the explosive device was attached to a motorcycle in the Adhamiyah area of Northern Baghdad. And in southwestern Baghdad, a bomb explosion wounded 3 people.

An adviser to president Obama says the President will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. Chief Staff Rahm Emanuel spoke on American Television. He said President Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with the United States. Mr. Emanuel said military and defense advisers will continue meeting with the president this week and next. And Senator John Kerry says President Obama should not send any more troops to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country's disputed presidential election. He also said Afghan leaders need to show that they mean to end corruption. The American defense secretary Robert Gates is traveling to Japan to ask allies for their continued support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense officials say the secretary's visit to Tokyo is a chance to get to know Japan's new leaders. Mr. Gates is also expected to discuss the new government's decision to withdraw two refueling ships that were aiding the international effort in Afghanistan. Defense department officials have said they hope the new Japanese leaders change their minds and continue the refueling operation. Mr. Gates' trip to Japan is part of a week long visit to Asia. After talks in Tokyo, he goes to Seoul, South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

The Indian government has offered Sri Lanka about 100 million dollars to help resettle ethnic Tamil civilians displaced by war. The home minister made the announcement Sunday in the Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. India had earlier announced a Tamil refugee aid project for a similar amount. Almost 300, 000 Tamil civilians have been held in Sri Lankan camps since May. That is when Sri Lankan government troops defeated Tamil Tiger Rebels after a 25-year long civil conflict. Sri Lankan officials say they are releasing the civilians as fast as they can. But the officials say they need to be sure that rebel fighters are not hiding among the civilians.

South Korea's coast guard says a ship with 5 crew members is missing near the country's east coast. Officials fear it has sunk. Coast Guard officials say the South Korean ship was collecting old fishing equipment when communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 kilometers northeast of the Dokdo islands. The area was experiencing strong winds and high waves at the time. The Coast Guard received an emergency signal from the boat and began search and rescue operations. Officials say rescue boats and two helicopters are searching the area but have not found the ship.

In Sudan, two foreign aid workers kidnapped in Darfur more than 3 months ago are now free. A Sudanese official says kidnappers released Hilda Kawuki of Uganda and Sharon Commins of Ireland early Sunday. Both women are employees of the Irish Aid Group Goal. Gunmen seized them in North Darfur on July third. Sudanese Humanitarian Affairs Minister Abdel Bagi Ali Gilani says tribal leaders helped gain the hostage's release. Mr. Gilani said the two are in good health and that no payment was made to the kidnappers. Irish foreign minister Michael Martin welcomed the release and called the women brave and strong.

The ZANU-PF party in Zimbabwe says government business will continue although the MDC party has decided not to work with its unity government partner. The government operated Sunday Mail Newspaper reports the Information Minister George Charamba as saying a cabinet meeting will take place as planned Tuesday. The newspaper reports Mr. Charamba says decisions will be made at that meeting. On Friday MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai said his party was separating from ZANU-PF. But he did not say it was withdrawing from the government.

Briefly here again is the major news.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the nation's Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in South Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan.

And an adviser to president Obama says the President will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively.

That's the news in VOA special English.

6楼 作者:王子才 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 23 hours 30 universal time. And here is the news in Special English

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the Nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people. Many others were wounded. The bomber set off the explosives at a meeting of Revolutionary Guard and Sunni and Shiite leaders in Seistan-Baluchistan province. The meeting was held in the city of Percion near the border with Pakistan. Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the attack was planed in Pakistan. Iran’s Fars News Agency reported him saying that some security agencies in Pakistan are cooperating with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranian media reporters say the Sunni Rebel Group Jundallah has claimed the responsibilities for the bombing. But the group has not made a public statement.

 

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battle in the mountain area of south Zirostan along the border with Afghanistan. The Pakistani troops had air support from fighter planes on the second day of an offensive against Taliban and Al-quaid fighters. Officials say 6 rebels and 6 Pakistani soldiers have been killed since the offensive began Saturday. A Taliban spokes man claims the militants caused many death and injuries among government forces. The numbers of dead could not be independablly confirmed because the army is blocking entry to the battle field.

 

Iraqi polices say at least 3 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in Muslim Sunni area of the capital. 14 others were wounded. Officials say the explosive device was attached to motorcycle in Yatami area of northern Baghdad and in south western Baghdad a bomber explosion wounded 3 people.

 

And an advisor to president Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. Chief staff Ram Menu spoke on American television. He says president Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with the United States. Mr. Menu says military and defense advisors will continue meeting with the president this week and next. And Senator John Garry says president Obama should not send any more troops to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country’s disputes of presidential election. He also said Afghanistan leaders need to show that they mean to end corruption.

 

American Defense secretary Robe Gads is traveling to Japan to ask alliance for their continue support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense officials say the secretary’s visit to Tokyo is a chance to get to know Japan’s new leaders. Mr. Gads is also expected to discuss the new government’s decision to withdraw two refueling ships that is ending the international afford in Afghanistan. Defense Department officials have said they hope the new Japanese leaders change their minds and continue the refueling operation. Mr. Gads’ trip to Japan is part of a week long visit to Asian. After talks in Tokyo, he goes to Soul, South Korea.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

The India government has offered Sri Lanka about $100 million to help resettle ethnic Tamon civilians displeased by war. The home minister made the announcement Sunday in the southern India state of Tamon Nadu. India had earlier announced Tamon refuge aide project for a similar amount. Almost 300 thousand Tamon civilians had been held in Sri Lanka camps since May. That is when Sri Lanka government troops defended Tamon Tiger rebels after 25-years long civil conflicts. Sri Lanka officials say they are releasing the civilians as fast as they can. But officials say they need to be sure that rebel fighters are not hiding among the civilians.

 

South Korea’s coast guard says a ship with 5 crew members is missing near the country’s east coast. Officials afraid it has sunken. Coast guard officials say the South Korean ship was collecting old fishing equipment when communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 kilometers north east of Docodo Island. The area was experiencing strong wind and high waves at the time. The coast guard received an emergency signal from the boat and began search and rescue operations. Officials say a rescue boat and two helicopters are searching the area, but have not fund the ship.

 

In Sudan, two foreign aide workers kidnapped in Darfour more than three months ago are now free. A Sudan’s official says kidnappers released Hilld Kowoky of Uganda and Sillvam Common of Ireland early Sunday. Both women are employed as IV group Goal. Gunmen seized them in north Darfour on July 3. Sudan’s Humanitarian Affair minister Adubky Ajulany says tribal leaders help to gain the hostages release. Mr. Ajulany says the two are in good healthy and that no payment was made to the kidnappers. Irish foreign minister Milk Marton welcomed the release and called the women brave and strong.

 

Ziam PF party in Zimbabwe says government business will continue although the ADC party has decided not to work with the Unity government partner. The government operated Sunday Male newspaper reports the information minister Gorgy Torroben saying the cabinet meeting will take place as planed Tuesday. The newspaper reports Mr. Torroben says decision will be made at that meeting. On Friday, ADC leader Mogen Jary said his party was separating from Ziam PF, but he did not say it was withdrawing from the government.

 

Briefly, here again is the major news. A suicide bomber in Iran has killed 6 commanders of the Nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people. Pakistan forces and rebels have fought fierce battle in South Zirostan along the border with Afghanistan. And an advisor to president Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. That’s the news in VOA Special English.

7楼 作者:danislee 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 23:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed six commanders of the nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people, many others were wounded. The bomber set off the explosives at a meeting of the Revolutionary Guard and Sunni and Shi’ite tribal leaders in Sistan Baluchistan province. The meeting was held in the city of Pisheen near the border with Pakistan. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the attack was planned in Pakistan. Iran’s Fars News Agency reported him as saying that some security agents in Pakistan are cooperating with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranian media reports say the Sunni rebel group Jundallah has claimed responsibility for the bombing, but the group has not made a public statement.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in the mountain area of south Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan. The Pakistani troops had air support from fighter planes on the second day of an offensive against Taliban and al-Qaeda fighters. Officials say 60 rebels and 6 Pakistani soldiers have been killed since the offensive began Saturday. A Taliban spokesman claims the militants caused many deaths and injuries among government forces. The number of dead could not be independently confirmed because the army is blocking entry to the battle field.

Iraqi police say at least three people have been killed in a bomb explosion in a mostly Sunni area of the capital, 14 others were wounded. Officials say the explosive device was attached to a motorcycle in the Adhamiya area of northern Baghdad, and in southwestern Baghdad a bomb explosion wounded three people.

An adviser to President Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively. Chief Staff Rahm Emanuel spoke on an American television. He said President Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with the United States. Mr. Emanuel said military and defense advisers will continue meeting with the president this week and next. And Senator John Kerry says President Obama should not send any more troops to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country’s disputed presidential election, he also said Afghan leaders need to show that they mean to end corruption.

American Defense Secretary Robert Gates is traveling to Japan to ask allies for their continued support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense Officials say the Secretary’s visit to Tokyo is a chance to get to know Japan’s new leaders. Mr. Gates is also expected to discuss the new government’s decision to withdraw two refueling ships that were aiding the international effort in Afghanistan. Defense Department Officials have said they hope the new Japanese leaders change their minds and continue the refueling operation. Mr. Gates’s trip to Japan is part of a week long visit to Asia. After talks in Tokyo, he goes to Seoul, South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Indian government has offered Sri Lanka about 100 million dollars to help resettle ethnic Tamil civilians displaced by war. The Home Minister made the announcement Sunday in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. India had earlier announced a Tamil refuge aid project for a similar amount. Almost 300,000 Tamil civilians have been held in Sri Lankan camps since May, that is when Sri Lankan government troops defeated Tamil Tiger rebels after a 25-year long civil conflict. Sri Lankan officials say they are releasing the civilians as fast as they can, but the officials say they need to be sure that rebel fighters are not hiding among the civilians.

South Korea ’s coast guard says a ship with five crew members is missing near the country’s east coast. Officials fear it has sunk. Coast guard officials say the South Korean ship was collecting old fishing equipment when communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 kilometers northeast of the Dokdo islands. The area was experiencing strong winds and high waves at the time. The coast guard received an emergency signal from the boat, and began search and rescue operations. Officials say rescue boats and two helicopters are searching the area, but have not found the ship.

In Sudan, two foreign aid workers, kidnapped in Darfur more than three months ago, are now free. A Sudanese official says kidnappers released Hilda Kawuki of Uganda and Sharon Commins of Ireland early Sunday. Both women are employees of the Irish aid group GOAL. Gunmen seized them in north Darfur on July 3rd. Sudanese Humanitarian Affairs Minister Abdel Baqi Gilani says tribal leaders helped gain the hostages release. Mr. Gilani said the two are in good health and that no payment was made to the kidnappers. Irish Foreign Minister Micheal Martin welcomed the release and called the women brave and strong.

The ZANU-PF party in Zimbabwe says government business will continue although the MDC party has decided not to work with its unity government partner. The government operated Sunday mail newspaper reports the Information Minister George Charamba as saying a Cabinet meeting will take place as planed Tuesday. The newspaper reports Mr. Charamba says decisions will be made at that meeting. On Friday MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai said his party was separating from ZANU-PF, but he did not say it was withdrawing from the government.

Briefly, here again is the major news.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed six commanders of the nation’s Revolutionary Guard and at least 35 other people.

Pakistani forces and rebels have fought fierce battles in south Waziristan along the border with Afghanistan.

And, an adviser to President Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work effectively.

That’s the news in VOA Special English.

8楼 作者:Minnie 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It's 23:30 universal time, and here is the news in Special English.

A suicide bomber in Iran has killed six commanders of the nation's revolutionary area guard and at least 35 other people. Many others were wounded. The bomber 

set up the explosives at a meeting of the revolutionary area guard and soonly and ... tribe leaders in Systan...province. The meeting was held in the city of Purshin

 near the border with Pakistan. Iranion President .... says the attacked was planed in Pakistan, Iran's fars new agency reported him and saying that some security agent

 in Pakistan are cooperation with those responsible for the attack. Other Iranion mediea reports say the ... group ... has claim the responsiblity for the bombing. But 

the group has not made a public statement. Pakistani forces and rebels has fought fierce battles in the mountain area of the South ..along the border with Afghanistan, the Pakistani troops had air support from 

fighter planes on the second day of that offensive against Taliban and Alkiada fighters. Official say sixty rebels and six Pakistani soldiers have been killed since the 

offensive began Saturday. The Taliban spokes man claims the militants cause many death and injuries among government forces. The number of dead could not be

 independently confirmed because the army is blocking entry to the battle field.

Iraq police say at least 3 people has been killed in the bomb explosion in mostly ... area of the capital. Fourteen others were wounded. Official say the explosive 

device was attach to a motorcycle in the ... area of northern Bagdad. And in south western Bagdad, the bomb explosion wounded three people.

An adviser to president Obama says the president will decide about sending addtional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied  that the country can work effectively.

 Chief staff...spoke on American television, he said president Obama must first know if Afghanistan is ready to be a true partner with the United States. Mr.. said 

military and defense advisers will continue meeting with president this week and next. And senator John Kery says president Obama should not send any more troops 

to Afghanistan without knowing the results of the country's disputed presidential election. He also said Afghan leaders need to show that they mean to end corruption.

 American defense secretary .. is travelling to Japan to ask allies for their continued support of the war in Afghanistan. Defense official say the secretary's visit to 

Tokoyo is a chance to get to know Japan's new leaders. Mr... is also expected to discuss the new government's decision to withdraw two refueling ships that were 

aiding the international effort in Afghanistan, defese department officials has said they hope the new Japanese leader change their minds and continue the refueling 

operation. Mr...'s trip to Japan is part of week long visit to Asia. After talks in Tokoyo, he goes to Seoul, South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Indian government has offered ...about one houndered million dollars thelp resettle ethnic... civilians displaced by war. The home minister made the 

announcments Sunday in the southern Indian states of ...India has earlier annouced a ...refugee aid project for a similar amount. Almost 300,000 ...civilians have 

been held in .. since May,  that was ... government troops defeated ..tiger rebels after a 25 year long civil conflict. ...official say they are releasing the civilians as fast 

as they can. But the official say they need to be sure that the rebel fighters are not hiding amonthe civilians. 

South Korean's coast guard says a ship with five crew members is missing near the country's east coast. Officials fear it has sunk. Coast guard officials say the south 

Korean ship was collecting old fishing equipment when the communication was lost. They say the ship was 65 kilometers northeast of the ...isalands, the area was 

experiencing strong winds and high waves at the time. The coast guard receive an emergency signal from the boat and begin search and rescue operations. Official 

say rescue boat and two helicopters are searching the area but have not found the ship.

In Sudan, two foreign aid workers kidnapped in....more than three moths ago, are now free. The sudanese official says kidnappers released ... of Uganda and ...of 

Ireland  early Sunday. Both women are employees of the Irish aid group goal. Government seize them in North ...on July 3th, Sudanese humanitarian affair minister ...

says tribal leaders help to gain the hostages released. Mr... said the two are in good health and no payment was made to the kidnappers. Irish foreign minister 

Michael ... welcome the release and called the women brave and strong.

..PF party in Zimbabwe says government business will continue although the MDC party has decided not to work with its unity government partner, but 

government operated Sunday mail newspaper reports the information minister Jorge... and saying the cabinet meeting will take place and planed Tuesday. 

The newspaper reports Mr... Says decision will be made in that meeting. On Friday, MDC leader Morgen ...says his party was separating from ...PF, but 

he did not say it was withdrawing from the government.

Briefly here again is the major news.

The suicide bomber in Iran has killed six commanders of the nation's revolutionary guard and at least 35 other people. 

Pakistani forces and rebels has fought fierce battles in South... along the border with Afghanistan.

And advisor to president Obama says the president will decide about sending additional troops to Afghanistan when he is satisfied that country can work 

effectively.

That's the news in VOA Special English

10楼 作者:lucia li 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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