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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第57期(2010年4月12日)

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1楼 作者:wjtht@163.com 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
Zero hour thirty universal time.And here is the news in special english.
President Obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapons materials would be the single biggest threat to u.s's security. he told reportors that if terrorist org. like Al Qioda get nuclear weapons it could change the world for years to come. Mr. obama hopes to influence other nations to help secure all-loose nuclear materials within four years. Earlier the President held talks with world's leaders who have travelled to washington for a 2-day nuclear conference that begins Monday. He met with lears from India, pakistan, kazakstan and south africa.at his meeting wtih s.African President Jacob zuma Mr Obama praised S.afica for its decision to end its nuclear weapon's program. he said S.Africa has become a moral leader against the spread of Nc weapons.And he praised Mr. Zuma and his administration for the leadership S.Africa has shown. Mr Obama also noted the possibility that the S.African government could help other counties down the same path to end the production of nuclear weapons.
The U.S and Afganastan have made another show of unity before unexpected millitary offensive in Sothern kandahar province. Afgan President hamid karzai. and American general Stanbly ma crystal with met with hundreds of trible leaders in nothern kunduz province. the presented a plan that includes the Afghan government's parts  in millitary efforts. rockets lauched about 10 kiliometers from the area failed to stop the meeting. taliban militance have been active in that area during the past year.
American  [news:/s/00:00.0-10:00.1] of state hillary colinton and defence secretary robber gates have defended afgan presitent hormid carzine by calling him a reliable parerner.the two officals said on tv that they understand the pressures on m.r. karzai as a leader of a nation that has been a battle ground for years. they also confirmed plans for the Afgan leaders to visit w.dc. on may 12.
Last week the Obama admin. suggested that it might cancel the visit after m.r. karzine protested the pressure he is facing. He claimed that the foeign governments and u.n.s were reponsible for the cheating in his countries presidential eletion. And he theatened to join the taliban if outsiders continue presuring him.
In bankok antigovernment demonstrators have rejected offers of negotiations with the thai goverment.the protestors continued to occupy the main biznese and historic
areas of the thai capital. bankok was quiet Sunday one day afters soldiers tried to remove protestors from those areas. 21 people died in the fighting between security forces and activists. 100s of others were injured. the protester are demanding new eletions and the resignation of p.m. 
Abhisit Vejjajiva . the p.m. says he will not do so but is urging the so-called red shirt protestor to meet with him. they have refused his offer.
you're listeng to the news in voa special english.
in kyrgystan the temporary goverment has ordered the arrest of oustated president harmen back per keo. acting leader aroon byava said mr bokea should be arrested and his time in power investigated. she had earlier offered to provide safe travel into exeo if he agreed to resign. the oustate leader has refused and said he did nothing wrong. Mr. bekee have spoke from sounthern kyrgystan. he travelled there after 80 were killed wednesday in clashes between security forces and protestors in the capital bishkek.
the 1st day of general election in sudan was calm. many sudanese votors said they were eager to take park in first eletions in 24 year to include more than one political party. but witnesses say some were vonfused by the many different ballots for president parlarment and state and local offices. other witesses say eletion official made some changes that cause further confusion.
hijacker have seized a ship in the indian ocean. the european union naval force says attachers took control of the mv rock canna west of the sayshaw island. one report says 8 people are on the ship. 3 of them possible hijackers. hijackers now hold 20 ships and almost 3 00 crew members. on saturday hijackers released a turky ship and its 25 crew members.
the bodies of polish president letke chinsky and his wife has arrived in  wasa. millions of people across the poland are mourning the death of national leaders killed in the plane crash near the russian city of smolensk on saturday. the nation has observed 2 minutues of silence for the kerchinsky and the 95 other victims. they include the commander of poland's navy. the director the polish central bank. and opposite lawmakers. in moscow russian citizens placed flowers and candles outside the polish embassy. russian president demitry mederdif has declared a national day of mourning for monday as has the european union.
the 16 eu nations using the euro have agreed on a 40billion loan for greece that will permit that country to borrow at lower interest rate than it does now.the Eu nations will provide 30 bilion$ and the international monitary fund is expected to add about 10 billion. the money will be offered only if greece make an offical request for help. the greek government has so far refused to ask the eu or the imf for aid as it struggles to pay down a huge dept and lower its budget deficit.
briefly here is the major news of the hour. president obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapon's materials would the single biggest theat to u.s's security.
afgan pre. harmid karzine and american general standily ma crystal had met with trible leaders in afganstan's kando province.
and in bankok antigovernment demonstrators have rejected offers of neotiations with the thai government.
thatis the news in voa specialenglish from washington.
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 expressed terrorists who get unclear materials would be the single biggest threat to the United States security. He told reporters that if terrorist’s organizations like Al-quaid get unclear weapons it could change the world for years to come. Mister Obama hopes to influence other nations to help secure all lose unclear materials within 4 years. Earlier Mister Obama held talks with world leaders who have traveled

Washington for a two-day nuclear weapons conference that begins on Monday. He met with leaders from Indian, Pakistan, () and South Africa. At his meeting with South Africa president () Mister Obama praised for its decisions to end its unclear-weapons program. He said South Africa has become a moral leader against the spread of unclear-weapons and he praised president () and his administration for the leadership South Africa has shown. Mister Obama also noted the possibility that South Africa government could help other countries done the same path to end the production of unclear weapons.

The United States and Afghanistan have made another show of unity before an expected military offensive in southern Candahar province. Afghan president () and American general Stanley Merchristo met with hundreds of tribal leaders in northern Kendus province. They presented a plan that includes Afghan government’s part in military efforts. Rockets launched about ten kilometers from area failed to stop the meeting. Taliban’s militants have been active in that area during the past year.

American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates have defended Afghan president () by calling him a reliable partner. The two officials said on television that they understand the pressures on Mister () as a leader of a nation that has been a battle ground for years. They also confirmed plans on the Afghan leader visiting Washington on May 20th. Last week the Obama administration suggested it may cancel the visit after Mister () protested the pressures he is facing. He claimed that the foreign government and the United Nations were responsible for the cheating in his nation’s presidential election and he threatened to join the Taliban if outsiders continue to pressure him.

In Bangkok anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers of negotiations with the Thai government. The protesters continued to occupy the main business and historic areas of the Thai capital. Bangkok was quiet Sunday one day after soldiers tried to move protesters from those areas. 21 protested were killed in the fighting between the security forces and activists. Hundreds of others were injured. The protesters are demanding new elections and resignation of prime minister (). The prime minister said he would not do so but he is urging the so called Red-Shirt protesters to meeting with him. They have refused his offer.

You are listening to news in VOA special English.

In Kyrgyzstan the temporary government has ordered the arrest of the ousted president (). Acting leader () said Mister () should be arrested and his time in power investigated. She had earlier offered to safe travel to exile if he agreed to resign. The ousted leader have refused and says he did nothing wrong. Mister () spoke from the southern (). He traveled there after 80 people were killed Saturday in clashes between security forces and protesters in capital, ().

The first day of general elections in Sudan was calm. Many Sudanese voters were eager to take part in elections in 21 years to include more than one political party but witnesses say some were confused by the many ballots for president, parliament and states in local offices. Other witnesses say local officials make some changes that cause further confusion.

Hijackers have seized a ship in the Indian Ocean. The European Union Naval Force says the attackers took control of the NV Ruck () west of the ()’s islands. One report says eight people are on the ship, three of them possible of hijackers. Hijackers now hold 20 ships and almost 300 crew members. On Saturday hijackers released a Turkey ship and its 25 crew members.

The bodies of Polish president () and his wife have arrived in Warsaw. Millions of people across Poland are mourning the death of national leaders killed in a plane crash near the Russia city of () on Saturday. The nation had observed 2 minutes of silence for () and 95 other victims. They include the Commander of Poland Navy, the Director of the Polish Central Bank and opposition lawmakers. In Moscow Russian citizens placed flowers and candles outside of the Polish embassy. Russian president () has declared a national day of mourning for Monday as has the European Union.

The sixteen European nations using the Euro have agreed on a 40 billion loan for Greece that will permit that country to borrow at a lower interest rate than it does now. the European nations will provide 30 billion dollars and the International Monetary Fund is expected to add about 10 billion. The money will be offered only if Greece makes an official request for help. The Greek government has so far refused to ask the EU or the IMF for aid as it has troubles to pay down a huge debt and lower its budget deficit.

Briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

President Obama says terrorists who get unclear weapon materials would be the single biggest threat to United States security.

Afghan president () and American General Stanley Mechristo have met with tribal leaders in Afghanistan’s Condus province.

And in Bangkok anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers of negotiations with the Thai government.

That’s the news in VOA special English from Washington 

3楼 作者:Claudia 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

President Obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapons materials world be the single biggest threat to United States’ security. He told reporters that if terrorist organizations, like Al Qaeda, get nuclear weapons, it could change the world for years to come.

Mr. Obama hopes to influence other nations to help secure all loose nuclear materials within 4 years. Earlier, the President has talks with world leaders who have traveled to Washington for a two day nuclear conference that begins Monday. He met with leaders from Indian, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and South Africa. At his meeting with South Africa President Jacob Zuma, Mr. Obama praised South Africa for its decision to end its nuclear weapons program. He said South Africa has become a moral leader against the spread of nuclear weapons. And he praised Mr. Zuma and his administration for the leadership South Africa has showed. Mr. Obama also noticed the possibility that South Africa government could help other countries down the same path to end the production of nuclear weapons.    

 

The United States and Afghanistan have made another show of unit before an expected military offensive in southern Kandahar province. Afghan President Hamid Karzai and American general Stanley McChrystal met with hundreds of tribal leaders in northern Kunduz province. They presented a plan that includes the Afghan government’s part in military efforts. Rockets launched about 10 kilometers from the area, fail to stop the meeting. Taliban militants have been active in that area during the past years. American secretary of state Hillary Clinton and defence secretary Robert Gates have defended Afghan President Hamid Karzai  by calling him a reliable partner. The two officials said on television that they understand the pressures on Mr. Karzai as a leader of a nation that is been a battle ground for years. They also confirmed plans for the Afghan leader to visit Washington on May, 12.  last week the Obama Administration suggested it might cancel the visit after Mr. Karzai protested the pressures he is facing. He claimed that from the government and United States were responsible for the cheating in his country’s presidential election and he threatened to join Taliban if outsiders continue to pressure him.

In Bankok anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers of negotiations with the Thai government. The protestors continue to occupy the main business and store areas of the Thai capital.

Bankok was quiet Sunday, one day after soldiers try to remove protestors from those areas. 21 peoples died in the fighting between security forces and activists. Hundred of others were injured. The protestors are demanding new election and resignation of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. The Prime Minister says he would not do so but is urging the so called red shirt protestors to meet with him. They have refused his offer.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English

In Kyrgyzstan, the temporary government has ordered the arrest of () President Kurmanbek Bakiev. Acting leader () said Mr. Bakiev should be arrested and his time in power investigated. She had earlier offered to provide safe travel into () if he agreed to resign. The () leader has refused and says he did nothing wrong. Mr. Bakiev spoke from southern Kyrgyzstan. He traveled there after 80 people were killed Wednesday in crashes between security forces and protestors in the capital Bishkek.

The first day of general election in Sudan was come. Many Sudanese voters said they were eager to take part in the first elections in 24 years to include more that one political party. But witnesses say some were confused by the many different ballots for president, parliament and state in local office. Other witnesses say election officials made some changes that caused further confusion.

Hijackers have seized a ship in the Indian Ocean. The European Union navy force says attackers took control of in the rock Africana, west of the seashore island. One report says 8 people are on the ship, 3 of them possible hijackers. Hijackers now hold 20 ships and almost 300 crew members. On Saturday hijackers released a Turkey ship and it is 25 crew members.

The bodies of polish President () and his wife have arrived in Warsaw. Millions of people are cross Poland mourning the death of national leader, killed in a plain crash near the Russian city Smolensk. The nation has observed two minutes of silence for the () and the 95 other victims. They include the commander of Poland’s navy, the director of polish center bank and ()

In Moscow, Russian’s citizens placed flowers and candles outside the polish embassy. Russian President () has declared a national day of mourning for Monday as has the European Union. 

The sixteen European nations using the Euro have agreed a 40 billion dollars loan for Greece that will permit that country to borrow at low interests. The European nations will provide 30 billion dollars and International Monetary Fund is expected to add 10 billion. The money will be offered only if Greek officials have requested for help. The Greek government so far refused to ask the EU or IMF for aid, as it struggles to pay down a huge debt and lower its budget deficit.

Briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

President Obama says terrorist who gets nuclear weapons materials would be the single biggest threat to United States’ security. Afghan President Hamid Karzai and American general Stanley McChrystal have met with tribal leaders in Afghanistan’s Kunduz province.

And in Bankok antigovernment demonstrators have rejected offers of negotiations with the Thai government. That’s the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

 

4楼 作者:joyowang 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It’s zero hour thirty universal time and here’s the News in Special English.

President Obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapon’s material would be the single biggest threat to United States security. He told reporters that if terrorist organizations like Al-Qaeda get nuclear weapons it could change the world for years to come. Mr. Obama hopes to influence other nations to help secure all loose nuclear materials within four years. Earlier the President held talks with world leaders who have traveled to Washington for a two-day nuclear conference that begins Monday. He met with leaders from India, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, and South Africa. At his meeting with South African President Jacob Zuma Mr. Obama praised South Africa for its decision to end its nuclear weapon’s program.  He said South Africa has become a moral leader against spread of nuclear weapons. And he praised Mr. Zuma and his administration for the leadership South Africa has shown. Mr. Obama also noted the possibility that the South African government could help other countries down the same path to end production of nuclear weapons.

 

The United States and Afghanistan have made another show of unity before an expected military offensive in southern Kandahar province. Afghan President Hamid Karzai and American general Stanley McChrystal met with hundreds of tribal leaders in northern Kunduz province. They presented a plan that includes the Afghan government’s part in military efforts. Rockets launched about ten kilometers from the area failed to stop the meeting. Taliban militants have been active in that area during the past year.

 

American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and Defence Secretary Robert Gates have defended Afghan President Hamid Karzai by calling him a reliable partner. The two officials said on television that they understand the pressures on Mr. Karzai as a leader of a nation that has been a battle ground for years. They also confirmed plans for the Afghan leaders to visit Washington on May 12. Last week the Obama administration suggested it might cancel the visit after Mr. Karzai protested the pressures he is facing. He claimed that foreign governments and United Nations were responsible for the cheating in his country’s presidential election and he threatened to join the Taliban if outsiders continued pressuring him.

 

In Bangkok anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers of negotiations with the Thai government. The protesters continued to occupy the main business and historic areas of the Thai capital. Bangkok was quiet Sunday one day after soldiers tried to remove  protesters from those areas. Twenty-one people died in the fighting between security forces and activists. Hundreds of others were injured. The protesters are demanding new elections and resignation of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. The Prime Minister says he will not do so but is urging the so-called Red Shirt protesters to meet with him. They have refused his offer.

 

You are listening to the News in VOA Special English.

 

In Kyrgyzstan the temporary government has ordered the arrest of ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev. Acting leader Rosal Otunbayeva said Mr. Bakiyev should be arrested and his time in power investigated. She had earlier offered to provide safe travel into exile if he agreed to resign. The ousted leader has refused and says he did nothing wrong. Mr. Bakiyev spoke from southern Kyrgystan. He traveled there after eighty people were killed Wednesday in clashes between security forces and protesters in the capital Bishkek.

 

The first day of general elections in Sudan was calm. Many Sudanese voters said they were eager to take part in the first elections in twenty years to include more than one political party. But witnesses say some were confused by the many different ballot for president , parliament and state an local offices. Other witnesses say election officials made some changes that caused farther confusion.

 

Hijackers have seized a ship in the Indian Ocean. The European Union Naval Force says attackers took control of the Indian Rock Africana west of the Seychelles Islands. One report says eight people are on the ship, three of them possible hijackers. Hijackers now hold twenty ships and almost three hundred crew members. On Saturday hijackers released a Turkey ship and its twenty-five crew members.

 

The bodies of Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his wife have arrived in Warsaw. Millions of people across Poland are mourning the death of national leaders killed in the plane crash near the Russian city of Smolensk on Saturday. The nation has observed two minutes of silence for the Kaczynski’s and the ninety-five other victims’. They include the Commander of Poland’s Navy, the Director of the Polish Central Bank, and Opposition Lawmakers. In Moscow, Russian citizens placed flowers and candles outside the Polish embassy. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has declared a national day of mourning for Monday as has the European Union.

 

The sixteen European nations using the euro have agreed on a forty-billion-dollar loan for Greece that will permit that country to borrow at lower interest rates than it dose now. The European nations will provide thirty billion dollars and International Monetary Fund is expected to add about ten billion. The money will be offered only if Greece makes an official request for help. The Greek government has so far refused to ask EU or the IMF for aid as it struggles to pay down a huge debt and lower its budget deficits.

 

Briefly here again is the major news of the hour. President Obama says terrorist who get nuclear weapon’s materials would be the single biggest threat to United States security. Afghan President Humid Karzai and American General Stanley McChrystal had met with travel leaders in Afghanistan’s Kunduz province. And in Bangkok anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers of  negotiations with the Thai government.  

5楼 作者:Faye 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

Zero hour thirty universal time. And here is the news in special English.

President Obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapons materials would be the single biggest threat to United States’ security. He told reporters that if terrorist organizations like ()get nuclear weapons, it would change the world for years to come. Mr. Obama hopes to influence other nations to help secure all lose nuclear materials within four years. Earlier the President had talks with world leaders who have traveled to Washington for a 2-day nuclear conference that began on Monday. He met with leaders from India, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and South Africa. At his meeting with south African president Kgalema Motlanthe, Mr. Obama  praised South Africa for its decision to end its nuclear weapons program. He said South Africa has become a moral leader against the spread of nuclear weapons. And he praised Mr. Motlanthe and his administration for the leadership South Africa has shown. Mr. Obama also noted the possibility that the South African government could help other countries down the same path to end production of nuclear weapons.

The United States and Afghanistan have made another show of unity before an expected military offensive in south candu province. Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai and American General () met with hundreds of tribal leaders in Northern candu Province. They presented a plan that includes the Afghanistan government’s part in military efforts. Rockets launched about ten kilometers from the area failed to stop the meeting. Taliban militants have been at this area during the last year. American Secretary Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates have defended Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai by calling him a reliable partner. The two officials said on Television that they understand the press on Mr. Karzai as a leader of a nation that has been battle ground for years. They also confirm the plans for the Afghanistan leaders to visit Washington on May 12th. Last week the Obama administration suggested it might conceal the visit for Mr. Karzai protested the pressure he is facing. He claimed that foreign government and the United Nations were responsible for the cheating of his presidential election. And he threatened to draw Taliban, if outsides continuing to press him.

In Bangkok anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers to negotiate with the Thailand government. The protestors continued to aquipy the maim business and historical areas of the Thai’s capital. Bangkok was quiet on Sunday. One day after soldiers try to remove protestors from those areas. 21 were died in the fighting between security forces and activists. Hundreds of others were injured. The protestors are demanding new elections and restriction of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. The Prime Minister says he will not do so but its urging so-called Red-shirt protestor to meet with him. They have rejected his offer.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

In Kyrgyzstan the temporary government has ordered the arrest of out state president Kurmanbek BAKIEV. Acting leader Roza Otunbayeva said Mr. BAKIEV should be arrested and his time power investigate. He had earlier offer to provide say travel into () if he agreed to resign. The out state leader has refused he did nothing wrong. Mr. BAKIEV spoke southern in Kyrgyzstan. He traveled there after 80 people were died in Wednesday in crashes between security forces and protestors in the capital Bishkek.

The first day of general election in Sudan was come. Many Sudanese voters said they were eager to take part into the first election in 24 years to include more than one Party. But witnesses say some were confused by the many different ballot for President, parliament and state in local offices. Other witnesses say election officals made some changes that cause further confusion.

Hijackers have seized a ship in the Indian Ocean. The European Union navol force says tracks took control of the navy rock Africana west of (). One report says eight people are on the ship, three of them possible hijackers. Hijackers now hold 20 ships and almost 300 crew members. In Saturday hijackers released a turkey ship and 25 crew members.

The bodies of Polish president Lech Kaczynski and his wife have arrived in warsow. Millions of people across Poland on Monday of death of national leaders killed in a plan crash near the Russian city of (molanca) on Saturday. The nation has observed () of silence for president Kaczynski and the 95 other victims. They concluded the commander of Poland’s navy, the director of Polish central bank and opposition lawmakers. In Moscow Russian citizens placed flowers and candles outside the Polish Kaczynski.

Russian President Med has declared a national day of mority for Monday as has the European Union. The 16 European nations using the Euro have a great on forty billion loans for Greece that will permit that country to borrow lower interests than it does now. the European nations will provide 30 billion dollars and the International Monetary Fund is expected to add about 10 billion. The money will be offered only Greece makes official require for help. The Greece government has so far refused as the EU or the IFM for aid as the struggle to paying on huge debts and lowered its budget deficits.

Briefly, here is again the major news of the hour.

  President Obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapons materials would be the single biggest threat to United States’ security.

  Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai and American General () met with hundreds of tribal leaders in Northern candu Province.

In Bangkok anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers to negotiate with the Thailand government.

6楼 作者:李慧 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

1.       President Obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapons materials would be the single biggest threat to United States security.He told reporters that if terrorist organizations like Al-Qaeda get nuclear weapons it could change the world for years to come.Mr. Obama hopes to influence other nations to help secure all lose nuclear materials within four years. Earlier president hold talks with world leaders who have travelled to Washington for a 2 days nuclear conference that began Monday.He met with leaders from India , Pakistan, Kazakhstan and South Africa.At his meeting with South African president Jacob Zuma,Mr.Obama praised South Africa for its decision to end its nuclear weapons program. He said South Africa has became a moral leader against spread nuclear weapons and he praised Mr Zuma and its administration for the leadership South Africa had shown . Mr Obama also noted the possibility that the South African government could help other countries done the same path to end the production of nuclear weapons.

2.       The United States and Afganistan have made another show of unity before an unexpected military offensive in southern Kandaha province.Afagan.President Hamid Karzai and American general Stanley Merquistal met with hundres of tribal leaders in northern Kandus province. They presented a plan that includes the Afgan government’s part in military efforts. Rokets lunched ten kilometers from the area fail to stop the meeting.Taliban militants have been active in that area during the past year.

3.       American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defence Secretary Robert Gates have defended Afgan president Harmid Karzai by calling him a reliable partner. The two officials say on television that they understand pressures on Mr. Karzai asleader of nation that has been in battle ground for years.They also confirmed the plans for the Afgan leader to visit Washington on May 12.Last week, the Obama administration suggested it might cancel the visit after Mr. Karzai protested the pressure he is facing. He claimed that foreign governments and the United Nations were responsible for the cheating in his countries presidential election and he threaten to join Taliban if the outsiders continued pressuring him.

4.       In Bangkok, anti-government demonstrators have rejected offers of negotiations with the Thai government.The protestors continue to main business and its stock area of the Thai capital. Bangkok was quiet Sunday one day after soldiers try to remove protestors from those areas. 21 people died in the fighting between security forces and activists.Hundres of others were injured.The protestors are demanding new election and resignation of prime minster Abhist Vejjajiva.The Prime Minister says he will not do so but he’s urging the so-called red-shirt protestors to meet with him .They have refused his offer.

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5.  In Kyrgyzstan, the temporary government has ordered the arrest of ousted president Kurmanbek Bakigev.Acting leading Roza Otunbayeva said Mr.Bakigev should be arrested and his time in power investigated. She has earlier offered to provide safe travel into exile if he agree to resign. The ousted leader has refused and says his did nothing wrong .Mr.Bakigev spoke from southern Kyrgyzstan. He travel there after 80 people were killed Wensday in clash before security forces and protestors in the capital Bishkek.

6.  The first day of general elections in Sudan was come. Many Sudanese voters said they were eagered to take part in the first election in 24 years to include more than one political party.But witnesses say some were confused by the many different ballots for president, parliament and state and local offices. Other witnesses say election officials made some changers that caused farther confusion.

7.  Hijackers have seized the ship in the Indian Ocean. The European Union Naval Force says attackers took control of the MV Rock west of Sei  Island. One reporter syas 8 people are on the ship three of them possible hijackers.Hijacker now hold 20 ships and almost 300 crew members. On Saturday,hijackers released a Turkish ship and its 25 crew members.

8.  The bodys of Polish president Lech Kaczynski and his wife have arrived in Warsaw.Millions of people across Poland are mourning the death of national leaders killed in a plane crash near Russian city of Smonlensk on Saturday.The nation has observed two minutes of silence for the Kaczynskis and 95 other victims. They include cammander of Poland navy, the director of Polish central bank and opposition lawmakers.In Moscow, Russian citizens placed flowers and candles outside the polish embassy.Russian president Dmitry Medvedev has delcared a national day of mourning for Monday as has the European Union.

9.  The sixteen European nations using the EURO have agreed on a 40 billion dollars loan for Greece that will permit that country to borrow at lower interest rates than it does now. The European nations will provide 30 billion dollars and International Monetary Fund is expected to add about 10 billion. The money will be offered only if Greece makes an official request for help. The Greek government has so far refused to ask the EU or the IMF for aid as it struggles to pay down a huge debt and lower its budget deficits.

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       President Obama says terrorists who get nuclear weapons materials would be the single biggest threat to United States security. Afgan president Harmid Karzai and Amerian general Standley have met with tribal leaders in Afganistan Kanbu province and In Bangkok,anti-government demonstrators have rejected the offers of negotiations with the Thai government. That’s the news in VOA special English from Washington.

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