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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第38期(2009年11月16日)

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1楼 作者:john 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

President Barak Obama has begun his first official trip to China. He is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mr. Obama arrived in Shanghai late Sunday. He is to meet city leaders and university students there on Monday. He also was travel to Beijing for talks with Chinese leaders. Also on Sunday Secretary of State Hillary Clinton described the relationship between the United State and China as positive and cooperative. She said United States wants to have a closer relationship. She made comments on an American television program. 0:58

Secretary of State Clinton also says the president of Afghanistan must do more to stop creption if he wants to continue receiving suvilan aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration want the Afghan government to stablish a major crimes court and an anti corruption group. She said the American government also wants proof that any survilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministry they can be held responsible. 1 : 43

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 has begun his first official trip to China. He is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mister Obama arrived in Shanghai late Sunday. He is to meet city leaders and university students there on Monday. He also will travel to Beijing for talks with Chinese leaders. Also on Sunday secretary of state Hilary Clinton described the relationship between the United States and China as positive and cooperative. She said the Unite States wants to have a closer relationship. She made the comments on an American television program.

Secretary of state Clinton also says the president of Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if he wants to continue receiving civilian aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration wants the Afghan government to establish a major crime court and an anti-corruption group. She says the American government also wants proof that any civilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministry that can be held responsible. The American military in Afghanistan has showed a new prison planned to hold hundreds of detainees at () air base near the capital Kabul. The military invited reporters to see the new 68 million dollar center. Military officials said the new center would provide better living conditions for prisoners. Officials said about 700 detainees would be moved from existing () prison to the new center which can hold as many as 1000 prisoners. Some of the prisoners have been held as enemy combatants for as many as 6 years.

In Pakistan militants attacked the homes of two pro-government elders killing one of them. Local police say gunmen shot and killed anti-Taliban leader () at his home in the () tribal area. The rebels then exploded his house. In the other attack Sunday police say militants went near the home of a village mayor near the city of (). A gun-battle followed three of the attackers were killed the mayor survived the attack.  He has formed a local militia to help the Pakistani government fight Taliban.

A Palestinian official says the Palestinian authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel’s approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator () told Israel’s army radio that Palestinians are losing hope that they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. The two sides have not held talks since last December.

Late Sunday Israeli prime minister () said anyone sided Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way. He did not give details of his comment.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against () rebels along the border between the two countries. Saudi Television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against the rebels in the area of (). The Yemeni military say it has recaptured territory from the rebels of (). The speaker of Iran’s parliament () said the attacks against Shiite rebels and what he called Saudi interference in Yemen were shocking. He also said the United States was probably involved in the attacks.

Iraq Sunni Arab president says he will veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside country are given more representation in parliament. () made the comments in a letter to lawmakers. He wrote that proposed election law does not give fair treatment to Iraqi refugees. And estimated 2 million Iraqis are believed to be living outside Iraq. Many of them are Sunni Arabs. Iraq presidency council must consider the election law if approved general elections could be held in January as planned. But the exact date has not been set.

Iran’s parliament speaker () has dismissed the latest western proposal about Iran’s nuclear weapon. Mister () called the proposal unimportant and unreasonable. The United Nations supports the plan which calls for Iran to send uranium to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about 4 weeks ago in Vienna, Austria. The chief of UN International Atomic Energy Agency had asked the countries involved in the Iranian issue to decide on the plan by October 23rd, but there has been no official answer from Iran.

Thousands of Thai citizens demonstrated in Bangkok Sunday to protest actions by former Thai minister (). He was ousted from power in 2006 and now lives in exile. The protestors said they were angry about Mister ()’s comments in the Times of London newspaper. He told the paper that he respected the Thailand king () but not the king’s advisors. He said they interfere with politics. Protestors also said they are angry that Mister () visited Cambodian last week. That country has refused to surrender him to Thailand where he has been found guilty of corruption.

Britain says prime minister Gordan Brown would join Austria in apologizing to victims sent overseas and abused in programs that ended many years ago. Officials say Britain sent tens of thousands of poor children to Australia and other former colonies in the 1950s and 60s.The children were promised a better life instead historians say many were forced to work on farms were sent to live in group homes. Mister Brown is expected to release a statement of regret early next year. Australia prime minister () is said to apologize on Monday.

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

President Obama has begun his first official trip to China.

American secretary of state Hilary Clinton says Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if it wants aid from the United States.

And Iraqis Sunni Arab vice president has threatened to veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside country are given more representation in parliament.

That’s the news in special English.

 

 

  第3楼 作者:michael-wxl 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS(听写PK大赛第38期)- November 16th, 2009

Written by Voice of America 错误之处请多多指正!

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China. He is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mr. Obama arrived in Shanghai late Sunday. He is to meet city leaders and University students there on Monday. He also will travel to Beijing for talks with Chinese leaders. Also on Sunday Secretary of State Hilary Clinton described the relationship between the United States and China as “positive and cooperative”. She said the United States wants to have a closer relationship. She made the comments on an American Television program.

Secretary of State Clinton also says the President of Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if he wants to continue receiving civilian aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration wants the Afghan government to establish a major crimes court and an anti-corruption group. She says the American government also wants prove that any civilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministries that can be held responsible.  

The American military in Afghanistan has shown a new prison planned to hold hundreds of detainees at Bagram Air Base near the capital Kabul. The military invited reporters to see the new $60,000,000 center. Military official said the new center is designed to provide better living conditions for the prisoners. Officials said about 700 detainees will be moved from the existing Bagram prison to the new center which can hold as many as 1,000 prisoners. Some of the prisoners have been held as enemy combatants for as many as 6 years.  

In Pakistan militants attacked the homes of two pro-government elders killing one of them. Local police say gunmen shot and killed anti-Taliban leader Malik Sher Zaman at his home in the Bajaur tribal area. The rebels then exploded his house. In the other attacks Sunday, police say militants went near a home of a village mayor near the city of Peshawar, a gun battle followed. Three of the attackers were killed. The mayor survived in the attack. He had formed a local militia to help the Pakistani government fight the Taliban.

A Palestinian official says the Palestinian authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel’s approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Israel’s Army Radio that Palestinians are losing hope that they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. The two sides have not held talks since last December. Late Sunday Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said any one-sided Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way. He did not give details of his comments.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against Houthi rebels along the border between the two countries. Saudi Television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against the rebels in the area of Jabal Dukhan. The Yemeni military says it has recaptured territory from rebels in Saada Province. The speaker of Iran’s Parliament Ali Larijani said the attacks against Shiite rebels and what he called “Saudi interference in Yemen” were shocking. He also said the United States is probably involved in the attacks.

Iraq veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside the country are given more representation in Parliament. Tareq al-Hashimi made the comments in a letter to lawmakers. He wrote that the proposed election law does not give fair treatment to Iraqi refugees. An estimated two million Iraqis are believed to be living outside Iraq. Many of them are Sunni Arabs. Iraq’s Presidency Council must consider the election law. If approved General Elections could be held in January as planned. But the exact date has not been set.

’s Parliament speaker Ali Larijani has dismissed the latest western proposal about Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Larijani called the proposal “unimportant and unreasonable”. The United Nations supports the plan which calls for Iran to send uranium to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about 4 weeks ago in Vienna, Austria. The Chief of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency had asked the countries involved in the Iranian nuclear issue to decide on the plan by October 23rd, but there has been no official answer from Iran.

’s Sunni Arab Vice-President says he will

Iran

Thousands of Thai citizens demonstrated in Bangkok Sunday to protest actions by former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. He was ousted from power in 2006 and now lives in exile. Protestors said they are angry about Mr. Thaksin’s recent comments in the Times of London newspaper. He told the paper that he respected Thailand’s King Bhumibol, but not the King’s advisors. He said they interfere with politics. Thai protestors also said they are angry that Mr. Thaksin visited Cambodia last week that country has refused to surrender him to Thailand when he has been found guilty of corruption.

Britain says Prime Minister Gordon Brown will join Australia in apologizing to victims sent overseas and abused in programs that ended many years ago. Officials say Britain sent tens of thousands of poor children to Australia and other former colonies in the 1950s and 60s. The children were promised a better life. Instead historians say many were forced to work on farms or sent to live in group homes. Mr. Brown is expected to release a statement of regret early next year. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is said to apologize on Monday.

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China.

American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton says Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if it wants aid from the United States.

And Iraq’s Sunni Arab Vice-president has threatened to veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside the country are given more representation in parliament.

That’s the news in special English.

  第4楼 作者:michael-wxl 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

不好意思,发现贴子不知何故乱了,只好再发一次!

WORLD NEWS(听写PK大赛第38期)- November 16th, 2009

Written by Voice of America 错误之处请多多指正! 

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China. He is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mr. Obama arrived in Shanghai late Sunday. He is to meet city leaders and University students there on Monday. He also will travel to Beijing for talks with Chinese leaders. Also on Sunday Secretary of State Hilary Clinton described the relationship between the United States and China as “positive and cooperative”. She said the United States wants to have a closer relationship. She made the comments on an American Television program.

Secretary of State Clinton also says the President of Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if he wants to continue receiving civilian aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration wants the Afghan government to establish a major crimes court and an anti-corruption group. She says the American government also wants prove that any civilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministries that can be held responsible.  

The American military in Afghanistan has shown a new prison planned to hold hundreds of detainees at Bagram Air Base near the capital Kabul. The military invited reporters to see the new $60,000,000 center. Military official said the new center is designed to provide better living conditions for the prisoners. Officials said about 700 detainees will be moved from the existing Bagram prison to the new center which can hold as many as 1,000 prisoners. Some of the prisoners have been held as enemy combatants for as many as 6 years.  

In Pakistan militants attacked the homes of two pro-government elders killing one of them. Local police say gunmen shot and killed anti-Taliban leader Malik Sher Zaman at his home in the Bajaur tribal area. The rebels then exploded his house. In the other attacks Sunday, police say militants went near a home of a village mayor near the city of Peshawar, a gun battle followed. Three of the attackers were killed. The mayor survived in the attack. He had formed a local militia to help the Pakistani government fight the Taliban.

A Palestinian official says the Palestinian authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel’s approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Israel’s Army Radio that Palestinians are losing hope that they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. The two sides have not held talks since last December. Late Sunday Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said any one-sided Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way. He did not give details of his comments.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against Houthi rebels along the border between the two countries. Saudi Television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against the rebels in the area of Jabal Dukhan. The Yemeni military says it has recaptured territory from rebels in Saada Province. The speaker of Iran’s Parliament Ali Larijani said the attacks against Shiite rebels and what he called “Saudi interference in Yemen” were shocking. He also said the United States is probably involved in the attacks.

Iraq’s Sunni Arab Vice-President says he will veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside the country are given more representation in Parliament. Tareq al-Hashimi made the comments in a letter to lawmakers. He wrote that the proposed election law does not give fair treatment to Iraqi refugees. An estimated two million Iraqis are believed to be living outside Iraq. Many of them are Sunni Arabs. Iraq’s Presidency Council must consider the election law. If approved General Elections could be held in January as planned. But the exact date has not been set.

Thousands of Thai citizens demonstrated in Bangkok Sunday to protest actions by former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. He was ousted from power in 2006 and now lives in exile. Protestors said they are angry about Mr. Thaksin’s recent comments in the Times of London newspaper. He told the paper that he respected Thailand’s King Bhumibol, but not the King’s advisors. He said they interfere with politics. Thai protestors also said they are angry that Mr. Thaksin visited Cambodia last week that country has refused to surrender him to Thailand when he has been found guilty of corruption.

Britain says Prime Minister Gordon Brown will join Australia in apologizing to victims sent overseas and abused in programs that ended many years ago. Officials say Britain sent tens of thousands of poor children to Australia and other former colonies in the 1950s and 60s. The children were promised a better life. Instead historians say many were forced to work on farms or sent to live in group homes. Mr. Brown is expected to release a statement of regret early next year. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is said to apologize on Monday.

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China.

American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton says Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if it wants aid from the United States.

And Iraq’s Sunni Arab Vice-president has threatened to veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside the country are given more representation in parliament.

That’s the news in special English.

Iran’s Parliament speaker Ali Larijani has dismissed the latest western proposal about Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Larijani called the proposal “unimportant and unreasonable”. The United Nations supports the plan which calls for Iran to send uranium to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about 4 weeks ago in Vienna, Austria. The Chief of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency had asked the countries involved in the Iranian nuclear issue to decide on the plan by October 23rd, but there has been no official answer from Iran.

5楼 作者:sue wu 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
2 -  作者:wengarden109191394 -  创建于:2009-11-16 18:41

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

President Barak Obama has begun his first official trip to China. He is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mister Obama arrived in Shanghai late Sunday. He is to meet city leaders and university students there on Monday. He also will travel to Beijing for talks with Chinese leaders. Also on Sunday secretary of state Hilary Clinton described the relationship between the United States and China as positive and cooperative. She said the Unite States wants to have a closer relationship. She made the comments on an American television program.

Secretary of state Clinton also says the president of Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if he wants to continue receiving civilian aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration wants the Afghan government to establish a major crimes court and an anti-corruption group. She says the American government also wants proof that any civilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministry that can be held responsible. The American military in Afghanistan has showed a new prison planned to hold hundreds of detainees at Bagram air base near the capital Kabul. The military invited reporters to see the new 60 million dollar center. Military official said the new center is designed to provide better living conditions for the prisoners. Official said about 700 detainees would be moved from existing Bagram prison to the new center which can hold as many as 1000 prisoners. Some of the prisoners have been held as enemy combatants for as many as 6 years.

In Pakistanmilitants attacked the homes of two pro-government elders, killing one of them. Local police say gunmen shot and killed anti-Taliban leader Malik Sher Zaman at his home in the Bajur tribal area. The rebels then exploded his house. In the other attack Sunday police say militants went near the home of a village mayor near the city of Peshawar. A gun-battle followed three of the attackers were killed. The mayor survived the attack.  He has formed a local militia to help the Pakistani government fight the Taliban.

A Palestinian official says the Palestinian authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel’s approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Israel’s army radio that Palestinians are losing hope that they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. The two sides have not held talks since last December.

Late Sunday Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said anyone sided Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way. He did not give details of his comments.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against Houthi rebels along the border between the two countries. Saudi Television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against the rebels in the area of Jabal Dukhan. The Yemeni military says it has recaptured territory from the rebels in Saada province. The speaker of Iran’s parliament Ali Larijani said the attacks against Shiite rebels and what he called Saudi interference in Yemen were shocking. He also said the United States was probably involved in the attacks.

Iraq’s Sunni Arab vice president says he will veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside the country are given more representation in parliament. Tareq al-Hashimi made the comments in a letter to lawmakers. He wrote that proposed election law does not give fair treatment to Iraqi refugees. And estimated 2 million Iraqis are believed to be living outside Iraq. Many of them are Sunni Arabs. Iraq’s presidency council must consider the election law if approved general elections could be held in January as planned. But the exact date has not been set.

Iran’s parliament speaker Ali Larijani has dismissed the latest western proposal about Iran’s nuclear program. Mister Larijani called the proposal unimportant and unreasonable. The United Nations supports the plan which calls for Iran to send uranium to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about 4 weeks ago in Vienna, Austria. The chief of UN”s International Atomic Energy Agency had asked the countries involved in the Iranian nuclear issue to decide on the plan by October 23rd, but there has been no official answer from Iran.

Thousands of Thai citizens demonstrated in Bangkok Sunday to protest actions by former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. He was ousted from power in 2006 and now lives in exile. The protestors said they are angry about Mister Thaksin’s recent comments in the Times of London newspaper. He told the paper that he respected the Thailand’s king Bhumibol but not the king’s advisors. He said they interfere with politics. Thai protestors also said they are angry that Mister Thaksin visited Cambodia last week. That country has refused to surrender him to Thailand where he has been found guilty of corruption.

Britain says prime minister Gordan Brown would join Austria in apologizing to victims sent overseas and abused in programs that ended many years ago. Officials say Britain sent tens of thousands of poor children to Australia and other former colonies in the 1950s and 60s.The children were promised a better life. Instead historians say many were forced to work on farms were sent to live in group homes. Mister Brown is expected to release a statement of regret early next year. Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd is said to apologize on Monday.

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

President Barak Obama has begun his first official trip to China.

American secretary of state Hilary Clinton says Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if it wants aid from the United States.

And Iraq’s Sunni Arab vice president has threatened to veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside country are given more representation in parliament.

That’s the news in special English.

Note: It is a complement and small modification to Wengarden's script. Thanks for your time and work.
  第6楼 作者:michael-wxl 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

还是乱了,怎么回事呢?最后一段应该是跟在“If approved, General Elections could be held in January as planned. But the exact date has not been sent. ”之后,泰国示威游行之前。

Iran’s Parliament speaker Ali Larijani has dismissed the latest western proposal about Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Larijani called the proposal “unimportant and unreasonable”. The United Nations supports the plan which calls for Iran to send uranium to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about 4 weeks ago in Vienna, Austria. The Chief of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency had asked the countries involved in the Iranian nuclear issue to decide on the plan by October 23rd, but there has been no official answer from Iran.

7楼 作者:思一子 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

Nov 16th, 2009

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China. He is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mr. Obama arrived in Shanghai late Sunday. He is to meet city leaders and university students there on Monday. He also will travel to Beijing for talks with Chinese leaders. Also on Sunday secretary of state Hilary Clinton described the relationship between the United States and China as positive and cooperative. She said the Unite States wants to have a closer relationship. She made the comments on an American television program.

Secretary of state Clinton also says the president of Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if he wants to continue receiving civilian aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration wants the Afghan government to establish a major crimes court and an anti-corruption group. She says the American government also wants proof that any civilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministry that can be held responsible. The American military in Afghanistan has shown a new prison planned to hold hundreds of detainees at Bagram air base near the capital Kabul. The military invited reporters to see the new 60 million dollars center. Military officials said the new center is designed to provide better living conditions for the prisoners. Officials said about 700 detainees would be moved from existing Bagram prison to the new center which can hold as many as 1000 prisoners. Some of the prisoners have been held as enemy combatants for as many as 6 years.

In Pakistan militants attacked the homes of two pro-government elders killing one of them. Local police say gunmen shot and killed anti-Taliban leader Malik Sher Zaman  at his home in the Bajaur tribal area. The rebels then exploded his house. In the other attack Sunday police say militants went near the home of a village mayor near the city of Peshawar. A gun-battle followed three of the attackers were killed the mayor survived the attack.  He has formed a local militia to help the Pakistani government fight the Taliban.

A Palestinian official says the Palestinian authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel’s approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Israel’s army radio that Palestinians are losing hope that they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. The two sides have not held talks since last December.

Late Sunday Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said any one-sided Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way. He did not give details of his comments.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against Houthi rebels along the border between the two countries. Saudi Television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against the rebels in the area of Jabal Dukhan. The Yemeni military says it has recaptured territory from rebels in Saada province. Speaker of Iran’s parliament Ali Larijani  said the attacks against Shiite rebels and what he called Saudi interference in Yemen were shocking. He also said the United States was probably involved in the attacks.

Iraq’s Sunni Arab vice president says he will veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside country are given more representation in parliament.  Tareq al-Hashimi made the comments in a letter to lawmakers. He wrote that the proposed election law does not give fair treatment to Iraqi refugees. And estimated 2 million Iraqis are believed to be living outside Iraq. Many of them are Sunni Arabs. Iraq’s presidency council must consider the election law if approved general elections could be held in January as planned. But the exact date has not been set.

Iran’s parliament speaker Ali Larijani  has dismissed the latest western proposal about Iran’s nuclear program. Mister Larijani called the proposal unimportant and unreasonable. The United Nations supports the plan which calls for Iran to send uranium to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about 4 weeks ago in Vienna, Austria. The chief of UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency had asked the countries involved in the Iranian issue to decide on the plan by October 23rd, but there has been no official answer from Iran.

Thousands of Thai citizens demonstrated in Bangkok Sunday to protest actions by former Thai minister Thaksin Shinawatra. He was ousted from power in 2006 and now lives in exile. Protestors said they were angry about Mister Thaksin’s’s recent comments in the Times of London newspaper. He told the paper that he respected Thailand’s king Bhumibol but not the king’s advisors. He said they interfere with politics. Protestors also said they are angry that Mister Thaksin visited Cambodian last week. That country has refused to surrender him to Thailand where he has been found guilty of corruption.

Britain says Prime Minister Gordan Brown will join Austria in apologizing to victims sent overseas and abused in programs that ended many years ago. Officials say Britain sent tens of thousands of poor children to Australia and other former colonies in the 1950s and 60s.The children were promised a better life instead historians say many were forced to work on farms were sent to live in group homes. Mr. Brown is expected to release a statement of regret early next year. Australia Prime Mr. Kevin Rudd is said to apologize on Monday.

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China.

American secretary of state Hilary Clinton says Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if it wants aid from the United States.

And Iraqis Sunni Arab vice president has threatened to veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside country are given more representation in parliament.

That’s the news in special English.

 

8楼 作者:john 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

The American military in Afghanistan has shown a new prison planned to hold hundred detainees at Backgrands area base new the capital Kabul. The military invited reporters to see the new 16 million dollar center. Military official said the new center is designed to provide better living conditions for prisoners. Official said about 7 hundred detainees will be moved from existing bagrum prison to the new center which can hold as many as 1 thousand prisoners. Some of the prisoners have been held as enemy bombat for as many as 6 years. 2 : 36

In Pakistan, militants attacked the homes of two pro-government elders, killing one of them. Local police say gunmen shot and killed anti-Taliban leader MALA HISMAN at his home by tribe area, the rebels then exploded his house. In the other attack Sunday, police say militants was near the home of village mayor near the city shower. A gunbattle followed, three of attackers were killed, the mayor survived attack. He headed formed a local malis to help Pakistan government fight to Taliban.

9楼 作者:danislee 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China. He is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mr. Obama arrived in Shanghai late Sunday. He is to meet city leaders and university students there on Monday. He also will travel to Beijing for talks with Chinese leaders.

Also, on Sunday Secretary of State Hillary Clinton described the relationship between the United States and China as positive and cooperative. She said the United States wants to have a closer relationship, she made the comments on an American television program. Secretary of State Clinton also says the president of Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if he wants to continue receiving civilian aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration wants the Afghan government to establish a major crimes court and an anti-corruption group. She says the American government also wants prove that any civilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministries that can be held responsible.

The American military in Afghanistan has shown a new prison planned to hold hundreds of detainees at Bagram Air Base near the capital Kabul. The military invited reporters to see the new $60 million center. Military officials said the new center is designed to provide better living conditions for the prisoners. Officials said about 700 detainees will be moved from the existing Bagram prison to the new center which can hold as many as 1,000 prisoners. Some of the prisoners have been held as enemy combatants for as many as six years.

In Pakistan militants attacked the homes of two pro-government elders, killing one of them. Local police say gunmen shot and killed anti-Taliban leader Malik Sher Zaman at his home in the Bajur tribal area, the rebels then exploded his house. In the other attack, Sunday, police say militants went near the home of a village mayor near the city of Peshawar, a gun battle followed, three of the attackers were killed, the mayor survived the attack, he had formed a local militia to help the Pakistani government fight the Taliban.

A Palestinian official says the Palestinian Authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel’s approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told Israel’s Army Radio that Palestinians are losing hope that they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. The two sides have not held talks since last December. Late Sunday Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said any one-sided Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way, he did not give details of his comment.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against Houthi rebels along the boarder between the two countries. Saudi television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against the rebels in the area of Jebel Dukhan. The Yemeni military says it has recaptured territory from rebels in Saada province. The speaker of Iran’s parliament Ali Larijani said the attacks against Shiite rebels and what he call Saudi interference in Yemen were shocking, he also said the United States was probably involved in the attacks.

Iraq’s Sunni Arab vice-president says he will veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside the country are given more representation in parliament, Tariq al-Hashemi made the comments in a letter to lawmakers. He wrote that the proposed election law does not give fair treatment to Iraqi refugees, and estimated two million Iraqis are believed to be living outside Iraq, many of them are Sunni Arabs. Iraq’s Presidency Council must consider the election law, if approved, general elections could be held in January as planned, but the exact date has not been set.

Iran’s parliament speaker Ali Larijani has dismissed the latest Western proposal about Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Larijani called the proposal “unimportant” and “unreasonable”. The United Nations supports the plan which calls for Iran to send uranium to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about four weeks ago in Vienna, Austria. The chief of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency had asked the countries involved in the Iranian nuclear issue to decide on the plan by October 23, but there has been no official answer from Iran.

Thousands of Thai citizens demonstrated in Bangkok Sunday to protest actions by former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, he was ousted from power in 2006 and now lives in exile. Protesters said they are angry about Mr. Thaksin’s recent comments in The Times of London newspaper. He told the paper that he respected Thailand’s King Bhumibol but not the King’s advisors, he said they interfer with politics. Thai protesters also said they are angry that Mr. Thaksin visited Cambodia last week, that country has refused to surrender him to Thailand where he has been found guilty of corruption.

Britain says Prime Minister Gordon Brown will join Australia in apologizing to victims sent overseas and abused in programs that ended many years ago. Officials say Britain sent tens of thousands poor children to Australia and other former colonies in the 1950s and 60s, the children were promised a “better life”. Instead, historians say many were forced to work on farms or sent to live in group homes. Mr. Brown is expected to release a statement of regret early next year. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is said to apologize on Monday.

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

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China.

American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if it wants aid from the United States.

And Iraq’s Sunni Arab vice-president has threaten to veto a new election law unless Iraqis living outside the country are given more representation in parliament.

That’s the news in Special English.

10楼 作者:john 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

A Palestinian official says Palestinian Authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator SUB ARACUT told Israel army radio Palestinian losing hope they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. Two sides not have talks sense last samber. Late Sunday, Israel Prime Minister Ben Yahoo said any one side Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way, he did not to gave of two comments.

You are listening to English in VOA Special English. 4:27

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against husi rebels along the border between the two countries. Saudi television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against rebels in the area of Jabel Dukan . The Yemeni military says it has recapture territory from rebels in Sara province. The speaker of Iran Parliament Alizani said the attacks against CI rebels and Saudi in Yemen were shocking. She also said United States was probably involved in the attacks.

11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.

 

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China, he is expected to discuss the economy and climate change. Mr. Obama arrive in Shanghai late Sunday, he is meeting city leaders there and university students on Monday. He also will travel to Beijing for talk with Chinese leaders. Also on Sunday secretary of State Helery Clinton described the relationship between the United States and China as positive and cooperative. He said the United State want to have a closer relationship with China. He made comments on an American television program.

 

Secretary Clinton also says the President of Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if he wants to continue receiving civilian aid from the United States. Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration want to Afghan government to establish a major crime’s court and an anti-corruption group. She says the American government also wants proof that allied civilian aid sent to Afghanistan is supervised by government ministries that can be held responsible. The American military in Afghanistan had show a new prison plan to hold hundreds of detainees at ….airbase near the capital …. The military invited reporters to see the new 60 million dollar center. Military official the new center is designed to provide better living conditions for the prisoners. Official said about 700 detainees will be moved from the exsiting Bulgarm prison to the new center which can hold as many as one thousand prisoners. Some of prisoners has been held as enemy combatants for as many as six years.

 

In Pakistan militants attack the homes of two pro-government …, killing one of them, local police said gunman shoot and killed anty-Taliban leader Marlex Sheraman at his home in the… trial area. The robbers then exploded his house. In the other attack Sunday, plice say militants went near the home of a village mayor near the city of …. A gunbattle followed, three of the attackers were killed. The mayor survived the attack. He has formed a local malashier to help the Pakistani government fight the Taliban.

 

A Palestinian official says the Palestinian Authority is planning to ask the United Nations to support its efforts for independence without Israel’s approval. Chief Palestinian negotiator.. told Israel’s amy radio that Palestinians are losing hope that they can reach their desires through peace talks with Israel. The two side has not held talks since last December. Late Sunday Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Latenyahu said any one-sided Palestinian action would move Israel to answer in a similar way, he did not give details of his comments.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

Yemen and Saudi Arabia say they are making progress with military operations against Husei rebels along the border between the two country. Saudi television reported that Saudi forces are continuing operations against rebels in the area of J…. The Yemeni military says it has recaptured territory from rebels in …province. The speaker of Iran’s parliament … said the attacks against… and what he called Saudi interference in Yemen were shocking. He also said the United States would probably involve in the attacks.

 

Iraq Suni vice president says he will devote a new election law unless Iraqis leaving outside the country are giving more representations in parliament. …made the comments in a letter to lawmakers, he wrote that propose election law did not give fair treatment to Iraqi refugees. An estimated two million Iraqis are believe to be living outside Iraq. Many of them are Suni Arabs. Iraq president …. must consider the election law. If approved, January elections could be held in January as plans. But the exact date was not been set.

 

Iran’s parliament speaker … has dismissed the latest western proposal about Iran’s nuclear program, Mr.. call the proposal unimportant and unreasonable. The United States supported the plan which calls for Iran to sent Iranian to other countries for enrichment. Diplomats put together the proposal about four weeks ago in Vienna Austria.

 

The chief of the UN’s international atomic energy agency had asked the countries to involve in the Iranian nuclear issue to decide on the plan by October 23th.. But there has been no official answer from Iran. Thousands of Tai citizens… demonstrated in … Sunday to protest actions by former Tai prime minister … He was … from power in 2006, now lives in ….The protestor said they are angry about Mr…. recent comments in the times of London newspaper. He told the paper that he respected Thailand’s king…but not the king’s advisors. He said they interfere with politics. Tai protestors also said that they are angry that Mr. visited … last week. That country has refused to surrender him to Thailand as he was been found guilty of corruption.

 

Britain says Prime Minister…will join Australia in apologizing victims sent overseas and abuse in programs that ended many years ago. Official say Britains sent tens of thousands poor children to Australia and other former calonians in the 1950 and 1960. The children were promised a better life instead many were forced to work on farms or sent to live in group homes. Mr… is expected to release a statement of regret early next year. Australia prime minister Kevin.. set to apologize on Monday.

 

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

 

President Barack Obama has begun his first official trip to China. American Secretary of State Helery Clinton says Afghanistan must do more to stop corruption if it wants aid from the United States.

 

And Iraq Suni area vice president has threaten devote a new election law at less Iraqis live outside the country are giving more representation in Parliament.

 

That’s the news in Special English

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