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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第61期(2010年5月10日)

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

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

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2楼 作者:Faye 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

European Union Finance Ministers are meeting to try to strengthen the Euro and manage the Greek financial crisis as Asian financial market reopened Monday. The ministers discussed ways to prevent the Euro from dropping further in value. They also worked to improve a plan for an emergency fund for European economies threaten by the Greek crisis. 16 EU nations use Euro as their money. Also Sunday the International Monetary Fund approved a 40 million dollars loan to Greece. The loan is part of 145 billion dollar rescue plan already approved by EU and the IMF.

Britain ’s two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement. Elections last week failed to produce a clear winner. But the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats say they plan to continue talking. Party official said the talks were very helpful and involve major policy issues, such as the economy. Conservative leader David Cameron and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg met Sunday for a second time. Mr. Clegg also met with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Mr. Brown hopes to make a deal with the Liberal Democrats and smaller parties and remain in power. The Conservatives won the most seats in the election, but not enough to form a government. Mr. Brown’s party finished second and Liberal Democrats finished third.

Pakistani official say missiles fired from unmanned American aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area near the Afghan border. Local official said 2 missiles struck an area in Datta Khel about fifty kilometers west of Miranshah, the main town on North Waziristan.

Also Sunday Pakistan army helicopters attack suspect hiding places of militants in Orakzai tribal area. At least eight militants were killed. It is believed that many members of Taliban and al-Qaida are in Pakistan northwest tribal areas. In recent month the United States has increased missile attacks by pilot less aircraft in those areas.

2 American officials say the United States has evidence that the Pakistani Taliban is responsible for the failed attempt to explode a car bomb in New York City. American attorney general Eric Holder says there is evidence that the group helped Faisal Shahzad who tries to explode a bomb in Time Square on May first. Shahzad has been identified as a Pakistani-born American citizen. Mr. Holder made the commons on American television Sunday. Deputy American national security adviser John Brennan appeared on a different television program Sunday. He said the Pakistani Taliban trained and provided financial support for Shahzad But group has denied those claims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Obama administration says it will hold Israel and Palestinians responsible if they do any thing to seriously harm trust in a series of indirect peace talks. American states department spokesman PJ Crowley said the two sides completed their first around peace talks on Sunday. Those talks ended a seventeen-month long break in negotiation. Mr. Crowley said the talks were serious and wide ranking. He also said both Israel and Palestinian authority in the West Bank made promises to create a positive atmosphere for the talks. The state departments spokesman says Israel promise to stop building a housing project for Jews settler in occupied east Jerusalem neighborhood for 2 years. He said Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas promise to act against in settlement. American Special representative to the Middle East, George Mitchell supervised the negotiations.

Israel is asking Russia for help in its dealing with Syria. Its really president Shimon Peres made the request Sunday in Moscow. During talks with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Mr. Peres asked Mr. Medvedev. to tell Syrian president Bashar al-Assad that Israel does not want a war with Syria or an increase in border tensions. But Mr. Peres also said Syria must stop its suspected weapons transfers to Hezbollah militants in Lebanon. Mr. Med expected to visit Syria on Monday.

Rescue teams on Monday have gone back into a coalmine to look for 83 people tripped after 2 gas explosions. A high level of gas capped the rescues from entering the mind in Cybira for most of the day Sunday. The explosions late Saturday and early Sunday killed 12 people. 19 of the 83 missing are rescues. They were tripped after the second explosion which filled the mine with smoke and gas and blocked escape paths.

In Thailand, thousands of new protestors have entered the capital Bangkok to join demonstration that have hutted the city. In his weekly television address Sunday, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva called for a quick end to 2-month protestors. He demanded that the opposition gave a clear answer to his unity proposal no later than Monday. The Thai leader is offering to hold elections on November 14th, but warns he will conceal the offer if violence continues. Protestors are demanding an earlier election to replace a government they consider undemocratic. Many of the protestors are rule, poor and working class activists who support the former Prime Minister.

Here again is the major news.

European Union Finance Ministers met in Brazils to discuss ways to strengthen the Euro and manage the Greek financial crisis.

Britain ’s two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement.

And Pakistani officials say missiles fired from unmanned American aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area.

And that’s the news in VOA special English coming your way from Washington

  第3楼 作者:libra 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

European Union finance ministers are meeting to try to strengthen the Euro and managed Greek financial crisis as Asian financial markets reopen Monday. The ministers discussed ways to prevent the Euro from dropping further in value. They also worked to improve a plan for an emergency fund for European economies threaten by the Greek crisis. Sixteen EU Nations used Euro as their money. Also Sunday the International Monetary Fund approved a 40 billion dollar loan to Greece. The loan is part of a 145 billion dollar rescue plan already approved by the EU and IMF.

Britain 's two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement. Elections last week ( ) fail to produce a clear winner. But Conservatives and Liberal Democrats say they plan to continue talking. Party official said the talks were very helpful and involved major policy issues such as the economy. Conservative leader David Cameron and Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg met Sunday for a second time. Mr. Clegg also met with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Mr. Brown hopes to make a deal with Liberal Democrats and smaller parties and remained in power. The conservatives won the most seats in the election but not enough to form a government. Mr. Brown's party finished second and Liberal Democrats finished third.

Pakistani official say missiles fired from unmanned American aircraft have killed at least ten suspected militants in the northwest tribe area near the Afghan border. Local official said two missiles struck an area in Datta Khel about fifty kilometers west of Miran Shah the main town in North Waziristan. Also Sunday Pakistani army helicopters attacked suspected hiding places of militants in the Orakzai tribal area. At least eight militants were killed. It is believed that many members of Taliban and Al-Qaeda are in Pakistan's Northwestern tribal areas. In recent months the United States has increased missile attacks by pilotless aircraft in those areas. Two American officials say the United States has evidence that Pakistani Taliban is responsible for the failed attempt to explode a car bomb in New York City. American Attorney General Eric Holder says there is evidence that group helped Faisal Shahzad who tried to explode a bomb in Times Square on May 1st. Shahzad has been identified as a Pakistani born American citizen. Mr. Holder made the comments on American television Sunday. Deputy American National Security Advisor John Brennan appeared on a different television program Sunday. He said the Pakistani Taliban trained and provided financial support for Shahzad. The group has denied those claims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Obama administration says it was hold Israel and Palestinian's responsible if they do anything to seriously harm trust in a serious of indirect peace talks. American state department spokesman PJ Crowley said the two sides completed their first around of peace talks Sunday. Those talks ended a seventeen month long break in negotiations.

[news:/s/05:25.0-05:30.9] Mr. Crowley said the talks were serious and wide range. He also said both Israel and Palestinian authority in the West Bank may promises to create a positive atmosphere for the talks. The state department spokesman said Israel promised to start building a housing project for Jewish settlers in occupied east Jerusalem's Ramat Shlomo neighborhood for two years. He said Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas promised to act against in segment. American special representative to the Middle East George Mitchell supervised in the negotiations.

Israel is asking Russia for help in its dealing with Syria. Israeli president Shimon Peres made a request Sunday in Moscow during talks with Russian president Dmitry Medvedev . Mr. Peres asked Mr. Medvedev to tell Syrian president Bashar Assad that Israel does not want a war with Syria or an increase in border tensions. But Mr. Peres also said Syria must stop its suspected weapons transfers to Hezbollah Militants in Lebanon. Mr. Medvedev is expected to visit Syria on Monday.

Rescue teems in Russia have gone back into a coal mine to look for eighty three people trapped after two gas explosions. A high level of gas kept rescuer from entering the mine in Siberia for most of day Sunday. The explosions late Saturday and early Sunday killed twelve people. Nineteen of the eighty three missing are rescuers. They were trapped after the second explosion which filled the mine with smoke and gas and blocked escape paths.

In Thailand thousands of new protesters have entered the capital Bangkok to join demonstrations that have halted the city. In his weekly television address Sunday Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajjiva called for a quick end to two month protests. He demanded that the opposition give a clear answer to his unity proposal no later than Monday. The Thai leader is offering to hold elections on November 14th but warns he would cancel the offer if violence continues. Protesters are demanding and early election to replace a government they consider undemocratic. Many of the protesters are rural poor and working class activists who support the former Prime Minister.

Here again is the major news.

European Union finance ministers met in Brussels to discuss ways to strength the Euro and managed Greek financial crisis. Britain's two top opposition parties have indeed talks without reaching a power sharing agreement. And Pakistani official say missiles fired from unmanned American aircraft have killed at least ten suspected militants in the Northwest tribal area.

And that's the news in VOA Special English coming you way from Washington.

  第4楼 作者:annieyhj 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

European Union Finance Ministers are meeting to try to strengthen the Euro and manage the finance crisis as Asian finace markets reopen Monday. The ministers discuss ways to prevent the Euro from dropping further in value.They also work to improve the plan for an emergency fund for European economies threatened the Greek crisis. Sixteen EU nations use the Euro as their money.Also Sunday IMF approved 40 billion dollars to Greece .The loan is part of 145 billion dollars rescue plan already approved by the EU and the IMF.

Britain's top opposition partied have ended talks without reaching power sharing agreements. Elections last week failed to produce clear winner .But the conservative and Liberal  Democrats say they plan to continue talking . Party official said the talks were very helpful and involved major policy issue such as the economy.Conservative leader () and Liberal Democrats  leader ()metSunday for a second time .Mr ()also met with GBrown .Mr Brown hopes to make deal with Labor Democrats and smaller parties and remains in power. The Conservative won the most seats in elections ,but no enough to form a government .Mr Brown's party finished second and Liberal Democrats finished 3rd.

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5楼 作者:hss 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

  It is 0:30 universal time.

  And here is the news in Special Engilish.

  European and Union finance ministers are meeting to try to strengthen the Euro and manage the Greece Financial Crisis as Asian financial markets reopened Monday.The ministers discussed ways to prevent Euro from dropping further in value.They also worked to improve a plan for an emergency fund for European economies threatened by the Greece Crisis.Sixteen EU nations used Euro as their money.Also Sunday,the International Monetary Fund approved a 40 billion dollar loan to Greece,the loan is part of 145 billion dollar rescue plan already approved by the EU and the IMF.

  Britain's two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement.Elections last week failed to produce a clear winner,but the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats say they plan to continue talking.Party official said the talks were very helpful and involved major policy issuses such as the economy.Conservative leader David Camero and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg met Sunday for a second time.Mr.Clegg also met with  prime minister Gordon Brown.Mr.Brown hopes to make a deal with the Liberal Democrats and smaller parties and remain in power.The Conservatives won the most seats in the election,but not enough to form a government.Mr. Brown's party finished second and the Liberal Democrats finished third.

  Pakistani official say missiles fired form an unmanned America aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area near the Afghan border.Local official said two missiles struck an area in Dattakhel about 50 kilometers west of Miranshah,the main town in North Waziristan.

  Also Sunday Pakistani army helicopters attacked suspected hiding places of militants in Orakzai tribal area.At least 8 militants were killed.It is believed that many members of the Taliban and al-Qaida are in Pakistan's northwesten tribal areas.In recent months, the United States has increased missile attacks by polit-less aircraft in those areas.

  Two American official say the United States has evidence that the Pakistani Taliban is responsible for the failed attempt to explode a car bomb in New York city.American Attonery General Eric Holder says there is evidence that the group helped Faisal Shahzad who try to explode a bomb in Time Square on May 1st.Shahzad had been identified as a Pakistani-born American citizen.Mr.Holders made the comment on American television Sunday.Deputy American National Secretary advisor John Brennan appreared on a different television program Sunday.He said the Pakistani Taliban trained and provided financial support for Shahzad.The group had denied those claims.

  You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

  The Obama administration says it will hold Israel and Palestinians responsible if they do anything to seriously harm trust in a series of indirect peace talks.American State department spokesman PJ Crowley said the two sides completed their first round of peace talks Sunday.Those talks ended a seventeen month long break in negotiations.Mr.Crowley said the talks were series and wide-ranging.He also said both Israel and Palestinian authority in the West Bank made promises to creat a positive atmosphere for the talks.The State department spokesman said Israel promised to stop building a housing project for Jews settlers in occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood for two years.He said Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas promised to act against incitment.American Special Representative to the Middle East Gorge Mitchell supervised the negotiations.

  Israel is asking Russia for help in its dealings with Syria.Israeli President Shimon Peres made the request Sunday in Moscow during talks with Russian President Dmitry Medredev.Mr. Peres ask Mr. Medredev to tell Syria President Basrhar al-Assad that Israel does not want a war with Syria or an increase in border tensions.But Mr.Peres also said Syria must stop its suspected weapons transfers to Hezbollan militants in Lebanon.Mr.Medredev is expected to visit Syria on Monday.

  Rescue teams in Russia have gone back into a coal mine to look for 83 people trapped after two gases' explosions.A high level of gas kept the rescuers from entering the mine in Siberia for most of the day Sunday.The explosions leaked Saturday and ealier Sunday killed 12 people.19 of the 83 missing are rescuers,they were trapped after the second explosion,which filled the mine with smoke and gas and blocked escape path.

  In Thailand,thousands of new protestors have entered the capital Bangkok to join the demonstations that have halted the city.In his weekly television address Sunday,prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva called for a quick-in to two months' protests.He demanded that the opposition to give a clear answer to his unity proposal no later than Monday.The Thai leader is offering to hold election on November 14th,but warns he will cancel the offer if violence continues.Protestors are demanding an early election to replace a government they consider undemocratic.Many of the protestors are rural,poor and working class activitists who support the former prime minister.

  Here again is the major news.

  European and Union finance ministers met in Brussels to discuss ways to strengthen the Euro and manage the Greece Financial Crisis.Britain's two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement.And  Pakistani official say missiles fired from an unmanned America aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area.

  That's the news in VOA Special English coming to your way from Washington.

6楼 作者:wengarden109191394 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

European Union finance ministers are meeting to try to strengthen of the Euro and manage the Greek financial crisis as Asian financial market reopen Monday. The ministers discussed ways to prevent the Euro from dropping further in value. They also worked to improve a plan for an emergence fund for European economies threatened by Greek crisis. 16 Euro nations use the Euro as their money. Also Sunday the International Monetary Fund approved 40 million dollar loan to Greece. The loan is part of a 145 billion dollar rescue plan already approved by the EU and IMF.

Brian’s two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement. Elections last week failed to produce a clear winner but the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrat say they plan to continue talking. Party official said the talks were very helpful and involved major policy issues such as the economy. Conservatives’ leader David () and Liberal Democrat leader () met Sunday for a second time. Mister () also met with prime minister Gorden Brown. Mister Brown hopes to make a deal with Liberal Democrats and smaller parties and remain in power. The conservatives won the most seats and the election but not enough to form the government. Mister Brown’s party finished second and the Liberal Democrats finished third.

Pakistani officials say missiles fired from an unman-American aircraft have killed at least ten suspected militants in the northwest tribal area near the Afghan border. Local officials said two missiles struck an area in Darkakel about 50 kilometers west of (), the main town in north (). Also Sunday Pakistani helicopters attacked suspected hiding places of militants in () tribal area. At least 8 militants were killed. It is believed that many members of Taliban and Al-quaid are in Pakistan north western tribal areas. In recent months the United States has increased missile attacks by pilotless aircraft in those areas.

Two American officials say that the United States has evidence that the Pakistani Taliban is responsible for the failed attempt to explode a car bomb in New York city. American attorney general () says there is evidence that the group helped () who tried to explode a bomb in Time Square on May, 1st. () has been identified as an Pakistan born American citizen. Mister () made the comments on American television Sunday. Deputy American security advisor John () appeared on a different television program Sunday. He said the Pakistani Taliban trained and provided financial support for (). The group has denied these claims.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

The Obama administration says it will hold Israel and Palestinians responsible if they do anything to seriously harm trust in serials of indirect peace talks. American State Depart spokesman () said two sides completed their first round peace talk Sunday. Those talks ended a 17-month long break in negotiations. Mister () said the talks were serious and wide ranging. He also said both Israel and Palestinian authority in the West Bank may promise to create a positive atmosphere for the talks. The State Depart spokesman said Israel promised to stop building a housing project for Jewish settlers in occupied east Jerusalem’s () neighborhood for two years. He said Palestinian president () promised to act against incitement. American special representative () to the Middle-East supervised the negotiations.

Israel is asking Russia for help in its dealings with Syria. Israeli president () made the requests Sunday in Moscow during talks with Russia president Demitri (). Mister () asked president () to tell Syria president () that Israel does not want a war with Syria or increased border tensions but mister () also said Syria must stop its suspected weapons transfers to Hizballah militants in Lebanon. Mister () is expected to visit Syria on Monday.

Rescue team in Russia have gone back into a coal mine to look for 80 people trapped after two gases explosions. A high level of gas kept the rescuers from entering the mine inside () for most of the day Sunday. The explosion late Saturday and early Sunday killed 12 people. 19 of the 83 missing are rescuers. They were trapped after the second explosion which filled the mine with smoke and gas and blocked escape path.

In Thai land thousands of new protesters have enter the capital, Bangkok to join demonstrations that have halted the city. In its weekly television address Sunday prime minister () called for a quick end to 2 months protests. He demanded that the opposition give a clear answer to his unity proposal no late than Monday. The Thai leader is also offering to hold elections on November 14th but warned he will cancel the offer it violence continues. Protesters are demanding an early election to replace a government they consider undemocratic. Many of the protesters are rural poor and working class activists who support the former prime minister.

Here again is the major news.

European Union financial ministers met in Brussels to discuss ways to strengthen the Euro and manage the Greek financial crisis.

Britain two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement.

And Pakistani officials say missiles fired from an unman American aircraft have killed at least ten suspected militants in the northwest tribal area.  

And that’s the news in VOA special English coming your way from Washington.

 

 

7楼 作者:joyowang 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

European Union Finance Ministers are meeting to try to strengthen the euro and managed Greek financial crisis as Asian financial markets reopened Monday. The Ministers discussed ways to prevent the euro from dropping farther in value. They also worked to improve a plan for an emergency fund for European economies threatened by the Greek crisis. Sixteen EU nations used the euro as their money. Also Sunday the International Monetary Fund approved a $40 billion loan to Greece. The loan is part of a $145 billion rescue plan already approved by the EU and the IMF.

Britain’s two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power-sharing agreement. Elections last week failed to produce a clear winner. But the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats say they plan to continue talking. Party official said the talks were very helpful and involved major policy issues such as the economy. Conservative leader David Cameron and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg met Sunday for a second time. Mr. Clegg also met with prime minister Gordon Brown. Mr. Brown hopes to make a deal with the Liberal Democrats and smaller parties and remain in power. The Conservatives won the most seats in the election but not enough to form a government. Mr. Brown’s Party finished second and Liberal Democrats finished third.

Pakistani officials say missiles fired from an unmanned American aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area near the Afghan border. Local officials said 2 missiles struck an area in Datta Khel about 50 kilometers west of Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan. Also Sunday Pakistani army helicopters attacked suspected hiding places of militants in the Orakzai tribal area. At least 8 militants were killed. It is believed that many members of the Taliban and Al Qaeda are in Pakistan’s northwestern tribal areas. In recent month the United States has increased missile attacks by pilotless aircraft in those areas. Two American officials say the United States has evidence that the Pakistani Taliban is responsible for the failed attempt to explode a car bomb in New York City. American Attorney General Eric Holder says there is evidence that the Group helped Faisal Shahzad who tried to explode a bomb in Time Square on May 1st. Shahzad has been identified as a Pakistani-born American citizen. Mr. Holder made the comments on American television Sunday. Deputy American National Security Advisor John Brennan appeared on a different television program Sunday. He said the Pakistani Taliban trained and provided financial support for Shahzad. The Group has denied those claims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Obam administration says it will hold Israel and Palestinians responsible if they do anything to seriously harm trust in a series indirect peace talks. American State Department spokesman P J Crowley said the two sides completed their first round of peace talks Sunday. Those talks ended a 17-month-long break in negotiations. Mr. Crowley said the talks were serious and wide-ranging. He also said both Israel and Palestinian authority in the West Bank made promises to create a positive atmosphere for the talks. The State Department spokesman said Israel promised to stop building a housing project for Jewish settlers in occupied East Jerusalem’s Ramat Shlomo neighborhood for two years. He said Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas promised to act against in settlement. American special representative to the Middle East Gorge Mitchell supervised the negotiations.

Israel is asking Russia for help in its dealings with Syria. Israeli president Shimon Peres made the request Sunday in Moscow during talks with Russian president Dmitry Medvedev. Mr. Peres asked Mr. Medvedev to tell Syrian president Bashar al-Assad that Israel does not want a war with Syria or an increase in border tensions. But Mr. Peres also said Syria must stop its suspected weapon’s transfers to Hezbollah militants in Lebanon. Mr. Medvedev is expected to visit Syria on Monday.

Rescue teams in Russia have gone back into a coal mine to look for 83 people trapped after two gas explosions. A high level of gas kept the rescuers from entering the mine in Siberia for most of the day Sunday. The explosions late Saturday and early Sunday killed 12 people. Nineteen of the eighty-three missing are rescued. They were trapped after the second explosion which filled the mine with smoke and gas and blocked escape paths.

In Thailand, thousands of new protesters have entered the capital Bangkok to join demonstrations that have halted the city. In his weekly television address Sunday prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva called for a quick end to two months of protests. He demanded that the opposition give a clear answer to his unity proposal no later than Monday. The Thai leader is offering to hold elections on November 14th but warns he will cancel the offer if violence continues. Protesters are demanding an early election to replace a government they consider undemocratic. Many of the protesters are rural, poor and working class activists who support the former prime minister.

Here again is the major news.

European Union Finance Ministers met in Brussels to discuss ways to strengthen the euro and managed the Greek financial crisis. Britain’s two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power-sharing agreement. And Pakistani officials say missiles fired from an unmanned American aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area.

And that’s the News in VOA Special English coming your way from Washington.

8楼 作者:Days 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
It is 00:30 Universal Time, and here is the news in Special English.

European Union finance ministers are meeting to try to strengthen the Euro and manage the Greek financial crisis as <aition> financial markets reopened Monday. The ministers discuss ways to prevent the Euro from dropping further in value. Thay also worked to improve a plan for a mergency fund for European economies threatened by Greek crisis. Sixteen EU nations use the Euro as their money. Also Sunday the IMF proved 45 billion loan to Greece. The Loan is part of 145 billion dollars rescue plan already proved by the EU and the IMF.

Britain's two top-up <> parties have ended a talk without reaching a power sharing agreement. Election last week failed to produce a clear winner. But Conservatives and Liberal Democrats say they plan to continue talking. Party officails said the talks were very helpful and involved major policy issues such as the economy. Conservative leader <David Cameron> and Liberal Democrat leader <Nick Clegg> met Sunday for a second time. Mr. Clegg also met with prime minister Mr. <Gordon Brown>. Mr. Brown hopes to make a deal with Liberal Democrats and smaller parties and remain in power. The Conservatives won the most seats in the election, but not enough to form a goverment. Mr. Brown's party finished second and Liberal Democrat's finished third.

Pakistani offcials say missils, fire form an unman American aircraft, have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the North-West Tribal area near Afghan border. Local officals said two missiles, strike and air in <Doga> kill about 15km west Million Shore the main town in North <Waziristan>. Also Sunday, Pakistani army helicopters attacked suspected hiding places of militants in the <Oligsar> Tribal area, and at least 8 militants were killed. It is believed that many members of <Taliban> and <Al-Qaida> are in Pakistan's North-West Tribal areas. Recent months, the United States has increased missile attacks by <pilerdless> aircraft in those areas.

Two American officials say the United States has evidence that pakistani <Taliban> is responsible for a failed attampt to explode car bomb in New York city. American Attorney General <Eric Holder> says there is evidence that the group help <Faisal Shahzad> who tried to explode Obama in Time Square on May 1st. <Shahzad> has been identified as a Pakistani born American citizen, Mr. <Holder> made the comments on a American television Sunday. Deputy American National Security Advisor <John Brennan>, appeared on a different television program Sunday, he said the pakistani <Taliban> trained and provided financial support for <Shahzad>. The group has denied those claims. 

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

The Obama administration says it will hold Israel and Palestinian resposbile if they do anything to seriously harmony trust and seriously indirect peace talks. American State Department spokesman <Philip Crowley> said the two sides completed their first round of peace talks Sunday. Those talks ended a 17 months mine break in the negotiations. Mr. <Crowley> said the talks were serious and wide range. He also said both Israel and Palestinian authority in the West Bank made promises to create a positive atmospheres for the talks. The State Department spokesman said Israel promised to stop building or housing project for Jews settlers in the occupied eastern <Jerusalem Ramat Shlomo> neighborhood for 2 years. He said Palestinian president <Mahmoud Abbas> promised to act against the incitement. American special representative to the Middel East <George Mitchell> supervised the negotiations.

Israel is asking Russian for help in its dealings with Syria. Israeli president <Shimon Peres> made the request Sunday in Moscow during talks with Russian president Mr. <Dmitriy Medvedev>. Mr. Peres asked Mr. <Medvedev> to tell Syrian president <Bashar al-Assad> that Israel does not want a war with Syria, or and increase in border tensions. But Mr. <Peres> also said Syria must stop its suspected weapon transfers to has <block> militants in <Lebanon>. Mr. <Medvedev> is expected to visit Syria on Monday.

Rescue teams in Russia have got back to a coal mine to look for 83 people trapped after 2 gases explosions. A high level of gas kept the rescuers for entering the mine in <Siberian> for most of the day Sunday. The explosion later Saturday and early Sunday killed 12 people. 19 of the 83 missing are rescuers. They were trapped after the second explosion which filled the mine with smoke and gas, and blocked the escape path.

In Thailand, thousands of new protesters have entered the captial <Bangkok> to join demonstration that is hot in the city. In his weekly television address Sunday, prime minister <Abhisit Vejjajiva> called for a quick end to 2 months protests. He demanded <> to give a clear answer to his unity proposal no later than Monday. Thai leader is offering to hold eletions on Nov. 14, but war can cancel the offer in violence continues.
 Protesters are demanding an earlier eletion to replace the goverment they consider undemocratic. Many of the protesters are rurual poor and working-class <> who support the former prime minister.

Here again is the major news.

 European Union finance ministers met in <Brussels> to discuss ways to strenthen the Euro and manage the Greece financial crisis. Britain two up <> parties ended their talks without reaching an power sharing agreenment. And Pakistani officials say missiles and fire from an unman aircraft have killed at leat 10 suspected militants in the north west Tribal area. 

 That is the new in VOA Special English, coming your way from Washington.

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European Union finance ministers are meeting to try to strengthen the euro and manage the Greek financial crisis as Asian financial markets reopened Monday. The ministers discussed ways to prevent the euro from dropping further in value. They also worked to improve a plan for an emergency fund for European economies threatened by the Greek crisis. Sixteen EU nations used the euro as their money. Also Sunday the International Monetary Fund approved a 40-billion-dollar loan to Greece. The loan is part of a 145-billion-dollar rescue plan already approved by the EU and the IMF.

Britain's two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement. Elections last week failed to produce a clear winner. But the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats say they plan to continue talking. Party officials said the talks were very helpful and involved major policy issues such as the economy. Conservative leader David Cameron and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg met Sunday for a second time. Mr. Clegg also met with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Mr. Brown hopes to make a deal with the Liberal Democrats and smaller parties and remain in power. The Conservatives won the most seats in the election, but not enough to form a government. Mr. Brown's party finished second and the Liberal Democrats finished third.

Pakistani officials say missiles fired from an unmanned American aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area near the Afghan border. Local officials said two missiles struck an area in Datta Khel, about 50 kilometers west of Miran Shah, the main town in North Waziristan. Also Sunday Pakistani army helicopters attacked suspected hiding places of militants in the Orakzai tribal area. At least eight militants were killed. It is believed that many members of the Taliban and al-Qaeda are in Pakistan's northwestern tribal areas. In recent months the United States has increased missile attacks by pilotless aircraft in those areas.

Two American officials say the United States has evidence that the Pakistani Taliban is responsible for the failed attempt to explode a car bomb in New York City. American Attorney General Eric Holder says there is evidence that the group helped Faisal Shahzad who tried to explode a bomb in Times Square on May 1. Shahzad has been identified as a Pakistani born American citizen. Mr. Holder made the comments on American television Sunday. Deputy American National Security Advisor John Brennan appeared on a different television program Sunday. He said the Pakistani Taliban trained and provided financial support for Shahzad. The group has denied those claims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Obama administration says it will hold Israel and the Palestinians responsible if they do anything to seriously harm trust in a series of indirect peace talks. American State Department spokesman P. J. Crowley said the two sides completed their first around of peace talks Sunday. Those talks ended a 17-month long break in negotiations. Mr. Crowley said the talks were serious and wide-ranging. He also said both Israel and the Palestinian authority in the West Bank made promises to create a positive atmosphere for the talks. The State Department spokesman said Israel promised to stop building a housing project for Jewish settlers in occupied East Jerusalem's Ramat Shlomo neighborhood for two years. He said Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas promised to act against incitement. American special representative to the Middle East George Mitchell supervised in the negotiations.

Israel is asking Russia for help in its dealings with Syria. Israeli President Shimon Peres made the request Sunday in Moscow during talks with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Mr. Peres asked Mr. Medvedev to tell Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that Israel does not want a war with Syria or an increase in border tensions. But Mr. Peres also said Syria must stop its suspected weapons transfers to Hezbollah militants in Lebanon. Mr. Medvedev is expected to visit Syria on Monday.

Rescue teams in Russia have gone back into a coal mine to look for 83 people trapped after two gas explosions. A high level of gas kept the rescuers from entering the mine in Siberia for most of the day Sunday. The explosions late Saturday and early Sunday killed 12 people. Nineteen of the 83 missing are rescuers. They were trapped after the second explosion which filled the mine with smoke and gas and blocked escape paths.

In Thailand, thousands of new protesters have entered the capital Bangkok to join demonstrations that have halted the city. In his weekly television address Sunday, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajjiva called for a quick end to two-month protests. He demanded that the opposition give a clear answer to his unity proposal no later than Monday. The Thai leader is offering to hold elections on November 14, but warns he will cancel the offer if violence continues. Protesters are demanding an early election to replace a government they consider undemocratic. Many of the protesters are rural poor and working class activists who support the former Prime Minister.

Here again is the major news. European Union finance ministers met in Brussels to discuss ways to strengthen the euro and manage the Greek financial crisis. Britain's two top opposition parties have ended talks without reaching a power sharing agreement. And Pakistani officials say missiles fired from an unmanned American aircraft have killed at least 10 suspected militants in the northwest tribal area.

And that's the news in VOA Special English coming you way from Washington.

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