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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第53期(2010年3月15日)

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

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

八月捕蝉发言:首先对大家能积极参与这个栏目,我代表网站表示深深的感谢! 对于大家的建议,我虚心采纳。我的总结稿里面也有很多不合适的地方,大家如果有意见,欢迎发帖,我虚心接受并改正。 我与大家一样,不过是一名英语爱好者,参加评比的当中不乏高手,有的水平远远在我之上。我也曾经在英语学习的过程中饱受着酸甜苦辣! 其实评比只是鼓励一种形式,只要大家喜欢这个栏目,我会努力在以后的工作中,更加细心,把栏目做得更好。

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World News 听写PK大赛规则

1、UNSV.COM 的所有级别的会员都可以参与;
2、听写PK每周举办一次,周一开始,周五结束,周六公布最终听写总结稿;
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4、参赛者在当期PK赛期间(周一至周五),可以随时以“回复此帖子的形式”发布自己的听写稿。独立完成至少1个完整新闻片断听写的参赛者,即可获得评选资格,听写的新闻片断越多,听写质量越高,评选名次就会越好。每期比赛多次发布听写稿的参赛者,只认可第一次发布的成绩;直接在他人的基础上进行听写整理出来的不参加评比,但整理出色的,可评特别贡献奖;
5、每周六完成评选。评出一等奖1名,奖励积分500;二等奖2名,各奖励积分300;三等奖3名,各奖励积分200。另设特别贡献奖若干名,根据实际情况评奖

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

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

An Obama administration official says Israel’s plan to build more homes in disputed east of Jerusalem seems to be an effort to damage the Middle-East peace efforts. Presidential advisor () said Israel’s plan was an insult. He said it upsets anyone who supports the idea of peace and security. Last week Israel announced plans to build 1600 new houses in east Jerusalem. Israel announced this during a visit by vice president George Biden and just after the Palestinians agreed to indirect talks with Israel. The Palestinians want east of Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state. Palestinian president () has said peace talks can not continue until Israel stops all settlement activity.

The Israeli military says it has arrested a top commander of the Palestinian group Hummus. Israel says () has been on its most wanted suspects list since the 1990s. he was captured near the West Bank town of () Saturday night. Mister () is considered a founder of Hummus military group. Israel blamed him for the death of at least 70 Israelis. Hummus has accused Palestinian security forces of helping Israel arrest Mister (). The Palestinian authority has not commented on the issue.

Early results from the March 7th election in Iraq show prime minister () coalition head in Baghdad and three mostly Shiite provinces to the south the area includes () province. Iraq election committee said the state of () is leading in 7 of the country’s 18 provinces. Former prime minister () is ahead at least 4 provinces including the Sunni majority area of (). Behind in votes are the Iraq National Allies and the Kurstan Allies but the Kurstan Allies is leading in the northern province of ().

Yemeni officials say an area attack on Al-quaide position in southern Yemen has killed two top members of the group. Officials say the strike was aimed at Al-quaide groups planning an attack in Yemen. Yemen’s government has strengthened its battle against al-quiade. It did this after a local al-quiade group claimed responsibility for a failed bomb attack on an airplane traveling to the United States in December. The United States has promised millions of dollars in military aid to help Yemen fight terrorism.

Pakistani officials say military airplanes have bombed rebel positions near the Afghan border. At least 17 suspected militants were killed. Officials say the targets were Taliban safe houses in the () tribal area. It is unclear if any of the dead were top Taliban leaders. A series of suicide attacks in Pakistan last week killed at least 81 people. The Taliban claimed responsibility.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

The Taliban says a series of suicide attacks in the southern Afghanistan city of () was a warning to NATO’s top commander. A spokesman said the bombings answered the comments by American general Stanley M-Chirsto who said () wound be targeted to destroy the Taliban. The spokesman said the attacks that at least killed 35 people proved the militants are still able to operate among the increasing troops preparing for an offensive. Afghan officials said the attacks were unsuccessful at freeing prisoners. A similar Taliban attack in 2008 freed hundreds of prisoners.

Georgia’s opposition says it will take legal action against a private television station for a false news report of Russian invasion. Georgia’s () television Saturday broadcasted report using images from 2008 War between Russian and Georgia. It included false reports that president () was dead and the opposition leader () has joined forces with Russia. Many people watching the television failed to see the warning that the report was not true but were a story that could happen. The program caused fear in the Georgian capital. Some people ran into the streets, others had heart-attacks but no deaths were reported. The television station has apologized. Georgian’s president () defended the broadcast as a story that is extremely close to what can happen.  

The United States government has condemned the killing of three people linked to the official office of the United States in the border city of (). Officials say an American official and her husband were killed Saturday in their car. Their baby was not injured. In a separate incident gunmen killed a husband of a Mexico citizen working at a United States office. Officials say they do not know the reason for the killings. () is near the American city (). It is one of the areas in which the Mexican government is fighting the war on criminal drug groups. 

Finally this news, citizens in Colombia are voting to choose members of both houses of congress and candidates for president. More 2500 candidates are seeking 122 senate seats and 166 seats in the chamber of representatives, five members will also be elected to the adding parliament. The ruling Conservative Party and the Green Party are also holding separate elections. The parties are choosing their candidates for the presidential election in Colombia later this year. President () will be leaving office in May after serving two terms.

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour read in VOA special English.

An Obama administration official says Israel’s new settlements plan in disputed east Jerusalem seems to be an attempt to damage Middle-East peace efforts.

The Israeli military says it has arrested (), a top commander of the Palestinian group Hummus.

And early results from Iraq election show prime minister ()’s coalition leading in 7 of the country’s 18 provinces.

That’s the news in VOA special English.

 

2楼 作者:regarder 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

An Obama administration official says Israel’s plan to build more homes in disputed East Jerusalem seems to be an effort to damage the Middle-East peace efforts. Presidential advisor David Axelrod said Israel’s plan was an insult. He said it upset anyone who supports the idea of peace and security. Last week Israel announced plans to build 1,600 new houses in East Jerusalem. Israel announced this during a visit by Vice President Joe Biden and just after the Palestinians agreed to indirect talks with Israel. The Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state. Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has said peace talks can not continue until Israel stops all settlement activity.

The Israeli military says it has arrested a top commander of the Palestinian group Hamas. Israel says Mahar Uda has been on its most wanted suspects list since the 1990s. He was captured near the West Bank town of Ramallah Saturday night. Mr. Uda is considered a founder of Hamas's military group. Israel blames him for the deaths of at least 70 Israelis. Hamas has accused Palestinian security forces of helping Israel arrest Mr. Uda. The Palestinian authority has not commented on the issue.

Early results from the March 7th election in Iraq show PM Nouri al-Maliki's coalition ahead in Baghdad and three mostly Shiite provinces to the south. The area includes Basra province. Iraq election committee said the state of law alliance is leading in 7 of the country’s 18 provinces. Former PM Ayad Allawi is ahead in at least 4 provinces including the Sunni majority area of Anbar. Behind in votes are the Iraq National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance. But the Kurdistan Alliance is leading in the northern province of Dahok.

Yemeni officials say an air attack on al-Qaeda position in southern Yemen has killed two top members of the group. Officials say the strike was aimed at al-Qaeda groups planning an attack in Yemen. Yemen’s government has strengthened its battle against al-Qaeda. It did this after a local al-Qaeda group claimed responsibility for a failed bomb attack on an airplane traveling to the United States in December. The United States has promised millions of dollars in military aid to help Yemen fight terrorism.

Pakistani officials say military airplanes have bombed rebel positions near the Afghan border. At least 17 suspected militants were killed. Officials say the targets were Taliban safe houses in the Orakzai tribal area. It is unclear if any of the dead were top Taliban leaders. A series of suicide attacks in Pakistan last week killed at least 81 people. The Taliban claimed responsibility.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

The Taliban says a series of suicide attacks in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar was a warning to NATO’s top commander. A spokesman said the bombings answer comments by American General Stanley McChrystal who said Kandahar wound be targeted to destroy the Taliban. The spokesman said the attacks that at  killed at least 35 people proved the militants are still able to operate among the increased troops preparing for an offensive. Afghan officials said the attacks were unsuccessful at freeing prisoners. A similar Taliban attack in 2008 freed hundreds of prisoners.

Georgia’s opposition says it will take legal action against a private television station for a false news report of Russian invasion. Georgia’s Imedi television Saturday broadcast the report using images from the 2008 War between Russia and Georgia. It included false reports that president Mikheil Saakashvili was dead and that opposition leader Nino Burjanadze had joined forces with Russia. Many people watching the television failed to see the warning that the reports were not true but were a story about what could happen. The program caused fear in the Georgian capital. Some people ran into the streets. Others had heart-attacks. But no deaths were reported. The television station has apologized. Georgian President Saakashvili defended the broadcast as a story that is extremely close to what can happen. 

The United States government has condemned the killing of three people linked to the official office of the United States in the border city of Ciudad Juarez. Officials say an American official and her husband were killed Saturday in their car. Their baby was not injured. In a separate incident, gunmen killed a husband of a Mexican citizen working at a United States office. Officials say they do not know the reason for the killings. Ciudad Juarez is near the American city El Paso, Texas. It is one of the areas in which the Mexican government is fighting the war on criminal drug groups.

Finally this news, citizens in Colombia are voting to choose members of both houses of congress and candidates for president. More than 2,500 candidates are seeking 102 Senate seats and 166 seats in the chamber of representatives, five members will also be elected to the Andean parliament. The ruling Conservative Party and the Green Party are also holding separate elections. The parties are choosing their candidates for the presidential election in Colombia later this year. President Alvaro Uribe will leave office in May after serving two terms.

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour read in VOA special English.

An Obama administration official says Israel’s new settlement plan in disputed East Jerusalem seems to be an attempt to damage Middle-East peace efforts.

The Israeli military says it has arrested Mahar Uda, a top commander of the Palestinian group Hamas.

And early results from Iraq's election show PM Nouri al-Maliki’s coalition leading in 7 of the country’s 18 provinces.

That’s the news in VOA special English.

3楼 作者:lovevans 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

An Obama administration official says Israel's plan to build more homes in disputed east Jerusalem seems to be an effort to damage the Middle East peace efforts. Presidential advisor, David Axelrod, said Israel's plan was an insult. He said it upset everyone who supports the idea of peace and security. Last week, Israel announced plans to build 1600 new houses in east Jerusalem. Israel announced this during a visit by vice president Joe Biden and just after the Palestinians agreed to indirect talks with Israel. The Palestinians want east Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said peace talks cannot continue until Israel stops all settlement activity.

The Israeli military says it has arrested a top commander of the Palestinian group Hamas. Israel says that Mahar Udda has been on its most wanted suspects list since the 1990s. He was captured near the West Bank town of Ramallah Saturday night. Mr. Udda is considered a founder of Hamas's military group. Israel blames him for the death of at least seventy Israelis. Hamas has accused Palestinian security forces of helping Israel arrest Mr. Udda. The Palestinian authority has not commented on the issue.

Early results from the March 7 election in Iraq show Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's coalition ahead in Baghdad and three mostly Shiite provinces to the south. The area includes Bushra province. Iraq's election committee said the State of Law Alliance is leading in seven of the country's eighteen provinces. Former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi is ahead in at least four provinces, including the Sunni majority area of Anbar. Behind in votes are the Iraqi National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance. But the Kurdistan alliance is leading in the northern province of Dahuk.

Yemeni official said an air attack on an al-Qaeda position in Southern Yemen has killed two top members of the group. Official said the strike was aim at al-Qaeda group's planning attack in Yemen. Yemen's government has strengthened its battle against al-Qaeda. It did this after a local al-Qaeda group claimed responsibility for a failed bomb attack on an airplane travelling to the United States in December. The United States has promised millions of dollars in military aid to help Yemen fight terrorism.

Pakistani official said military airplanes have bombed rebel positions near the Afghan border. At least seventeen suspected militants were killed. Official said the targets were Taliban safe houses in the Orakzai tribal area. It is unclear if any of the dead were top Taliban leaders. A series of suicide attacks in Pakistan last week killed at least eighty-one people. The Taliban claimed responsibility.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Taliban says a series of suicide attacks in the Southern Afghan city of Kandahar Saturday was a warning to NATO's top commander. A spokesman said the bombings answered comments by American general Stanley McChrystal, who said Kandahar would be targeted to destroy the Taliban. The spokesman said the attacks that killed at least thirty-five people prove the militants are still able to operate among the increased troops preparing for an offensive. Afghan official said the attacks were unsuccessful at freeing prisoners. A similar Taliban attack in 2008 freed hundreds of prisoners.

Georgia's opposition says it will take legal action against a private television station for a false news report of a Russian invasion. Georgia's Imedi television Saturday broadcast the report, using images from the 2008 war between Russia and Georgia. It included false reports that President Mikheil Saakashvili was dead and that opposition leader Nino Burdzhanadze had joined forces with Russia. Many people watched the television, watching the television, failed to see the warning that the reports were not true, but were a story about what could happen. The program caused fear in the Georgia capital. Some people ran into the streets, others have heart attacks, but no deaths were reported. The television station has apologized. Georgia President Saakashvili defended the broadcast as a story that is extremely close to what can happen.

The United States government has condemned the killing of three people link to the official office in the United States in the border city of Cuidad Juarez. Official said an American official and her husband were killed Saturday in their car. Their baby was not injured. In a separate incident, gunman killed the husband of a Mexican citizen, working at a United States office. Official said they do not know the reason for the killings. Cuidad Juarez is near the American city of El Paso, Texas. It is one of the areas in which the Mexican government is fighting the war on criminal drug groups.

Finally this news: Citizens in Columbia are voting to choose members of both houses of Congress and candidates for president. More than 2500 candidates are seeking 102 Senate seats and 166 seats in the Chamber of Representatives. Five members will also be elected to the NDM parliament. The ruling Conservative Party and the Green Party are also holding separate elections. The parties are choosing their candidates for the presidential election in Columbia later this year. President Alvaro Uribe will leave office in May after serving two terms.

And now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour read in VOA Special English.

An Obama administration official says Israel's new settlement plan in disputed east Jerusalem seems to be an attempt to damage Middle East peace efforts.

The Israeli military says it has arrested Mahar Udda, a top commander of the Palestinian group Hamas.

And early results from Iraq's election show Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's coalition leading in seven of the country's eighteen provinces.

That's the news in VOA Special English.

  第4楼 作者:思一子 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

An Obama administration official says Israel's plan to build more homes in disputed east Jerusalem seems to be an effort to damage the Middle East peace efforts. Presidential advisor, David Axelrod, said Israel's plan was an insult. He said it upset everyone who supports the idea of peace and security. Last week, Israel announced plans to build 1,600 new houses in east Jerusalem. Israel announced this during a visit by vice president Joe Biden and just after the Palestinians agreed to indirect talks with Israel. The Palestinians want east Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said peace talks cannot continue until Israel stops all settlement activity.

The Israeli military says it has arrested a top commander of the Palestinian group Hamas. Israel says that Mahar Ulda has been on its most wanted suspects list since the 1990s. He was captured near the West Bank town of Ramallah Saturday night. Mr. Ulda is considered a founder of Hamas's military group. Israel blames him for the deaths of at least seventy Israelis. Hamas has accused Palestinian security forces of helping Israel arrest Mr. Ulda. The Palestinian authority has not commented on the issue.

Early results from the March 7th election in Iraq show Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's coalition ahead in Baghdad and three mostly Shiite provinces to the south. The area includes Bushra province. Iraq's election committee said the State of Law Alliance is leading in seven of the country's eighteen provinces. Former Prime Minister Ayad Allawi is ahead in at least four provinces, including the Sunni majority area of Anbar. Behind in votes are the Iraqi National Alliance and the Kurdistan Alliance. But the Kurdistan Alliance is leading in the northern province of Dahuk.

Yemeni officials say an air attack on an al-Qaida position in southern Yemen has killed two top members of the group. Officials say the strike was aim at al-Qaida group's planning an attack in Yemen. Yemen's government has strengthened its battle against al-Qaida. It did this after a local al-Qaida group claimed responsibility for a failed bomb attack on an airplane travelling to the United States in December. The United States has promised millions of dollars in military aid to help Yemen fight terrorism.

Pakistani officials say military airplanes have bombed rebel positions near the Afghan border. At least seventeen suspected militants were killed. Officials say the targets were Taliban safe houses in the Orakzai tribal area. It is unclear if any of the dead were top Taliban leaders. A series of suicide attacks in Pakistan last week killed at least 81 people. The Taliban claimed responsibility.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Taliban says a series of suicide attacks in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar Saturday was a warning to NATO's top commander. A spokesman said the bombings answered comments by American general Stanley McChrystal, who said Kandahar would be targeted to destroy the Taliban. The spokesman said the attacks that killed at least 35 people proved the militants are still able to operate among the increased troops preparing for an offensive. Afghan officials said the attacks were unsuccessful at freeing prisoners. A similar Taliban attack in 2008 freed hundreds of prisoners.

Georgia's opposition says it will take legal action against a private television station for a false news report of a Russian invasion. Georgia's Imedi television Saturday broadcast the report, using images from the 2008 war between Russia and Georgia. It included false reports that President Mikheil Saakashvili was dead and that opposition leader Nino Burdzhanadze had joined forces with Russia. Many people watched the television,( watching the television), failed to see the warning that the reports were not true, but were a story about what could happen. The program caused fear in the Georgia capital. Some people ran into the streets, others had heart attacks, but no deaths were reported. The television station has apologized. Georgia President Saakashvili defended the broadcast as a story that is extremely close to what can happen.

The United States government has condemned the killing of three people linked to the official office in the United States in the border city of Cuidad Juarez. Officials say an American official and her husband were killed Saturday in their car. Their baby was not injured. In a separate incident, gunmen killed the husband of a Mexican citizen, working at a United States office. Officials say they do not know the reason for the killings. Cuidad Juarez is near the American city of El Paso, Texas. It is one of the areas in which the Mexican government is fighting the war on criminal drug groups.

Finally this news, citizens in Columbia are voting to choose members of both Houses of Congress and candidates for president. More than 2500 candidates are seeking 102 Senate seats and 166 seats in the Chamber of Representatives. Five members will also be elected to the Andean parliament. The ruling Conservative Party and the Green Party are also holding separate elections. The parties are choosing their candidates for the presidential election in Columbia later this year. President Alvaro Uribe will leave office in May after serving two terms.

And now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour read in VOA Special English.

An Obama administration official says Israel's new settlement plan in disputed east Jerusalem seems to be an attempt to damage Middle East peace efforts.

The Israeli military says it has arrested Mahar Ulda, a top commander of the Palestinian group Hamas.

And early results from Iraq's election show Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's coalition leading in seven of the country's eighteen provinces.

That's the news in VOA Special English.

 

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