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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第64期(2010年5月31日)

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  第1楼 作者:libra 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

The top American military commander in Afghanistan says there is clear evidence that Iran is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters. General Stanley McChrystal spoke to reporters in Kabul Sunday. He said that Iran has a natural interest in Afghanistan because they are neighbors. But he criticized Iranian support for the Taliban. The military leader also said the rebellion in Afghanistan includes both foreign Taliban fighters and local militants. He said some local people are fighting to support a system of believes and others because they are angry at what they see as a corrupt government. He said both problems must be answered.

Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists are sailing to the Gaza Strip as the Israeli navy warns them not to. Six ships carrying more than six hundred activists and ten thousand tons of supplies set sail of the coast of Cyprus Sunday. The ships are expected to complete the four-hundred-kilometer trip on Monday. Activists say two more ships could fellow later the week. Organizers of the Free Gaza Movement say their goal is to unload their humanitarian aid at a port in Israel. They say international organizations would then transport it to Gaza. Three Israeli naval missile boats left their base in Haifa late Sunday to prevent the ships from entering an area in forced by Israel along Gaza's Mediterranean Sea coast. Israeli officials say that while they want to limit violence, the navy will seizes the ships when they enter Israel's territory of waters.

BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to contain the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. American officials have now described the leak as the worst environmental disaster in the United States history. BP Managing Director Robert Dudley spoke on television Sunday. His comments came hours after BP had admitted its latest attempt to stop the leak had failed. Mr. Dudley said the company has learned from its failures. He said BP now will try to contain instead of stop the leak. He said engineers will use underwater robots to cut through the leaking pipe and then top it with a device to capture the oil. And estimated twelve thousand to nineteen thousand barrels of oil have been leaking into the Gulf of Mexico each day since April 20th. That is when an explosion killed eleven workers and destroyed the deep sea well in the Gulf.

A top American Military leader says he is worried that North Korea may follow a deadly attack on a South Korean warship with another act of aggression. Admiral Mike Mullen of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke on American television. He said North Korean leader Kim Jong-il often does not stop after a single act. The North Korea issue is expected to be part of the further talks between Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama. The two will meet in Tokyo on Monday. On Saturday they met with South Korean president Lee Myung-bak on the Island of Jeju.  After that meeting, Mr. Wen said there is an urgent need to avoid conflict between North and South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Georgians voted Sunday in local elections. Studies of a voter show the party of President Mikhail Saakashvili winning the mayoral office in the capital Tbilisi. It was the first direct a vote for that position. In the past, the Mayor of Tblisi was choosing by the fifty-member city council. Georgian voters Sunday also chose candidates to fill more than one thousand seven hundred positions on sixty four local councils. Studies before the voting showed Mr. Saakashvili's party easily winning across the nation.

Early results from Colombia's presidential election show former Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos leading Bogota Mayor Antanas Mockus. The small percentage of votes counted Mr. Santos leads with 47% of the vote. Mr. Mockus has 22%. Public opinion's studies predict neither men will received the votes necessary to avoid a second election in June. Mr. Santos is an economist from one of a Colombia's most powerful families. He supervised military campaign that largely forced the FARC (注) rebels into distant areas. Mr. Mockus is a mathematician and philosopher. He has used internet to spread his campaign message of clean politics.

A small Japanese political party is leaving the ruling coalition after the Prime Minister broke a campaign promise to move a Untied States marine base off Okinawa Island. Social Democratic Party leader Mizuho Fukushima said Sunday that her party is leaving the coalition because it does not want to violate the public's trust. Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama dismissed her as a Minister Friday. When she was refused appove a deal that keeps the Marines on Okinawa. The Prime Minister campaigned last year on a promise to move the base off the island, where people complain about the American military presence.

Search operations are ending in eastern India. After rescue workers pulled one hundred forty eight bodies from a passenger train wreck. The train was off the tracks and was hit by another train Friday. Hundreds of people traveling from Calcutta to Mumbai were injured.

Railway officials say service restarted Sunday across India's west Bengal state. Workers have repaired an area of tracks that officials say appear to have been removed by Maoist rebels who are blamed for the tragedy. Maoist rebels are known as Naxalites. They are fighting for the rights of poor and landless. The movement has spread to twenty of the country's twenty eight states.

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

The top American military commander in Afghanistan says there is clear evidence that Iran is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters. Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists are sailing to the Gaza Strip as the Israeli navy warns them not to do so. And BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to contain the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.

That's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

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FARC: Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (Spanish = Armed Revolutionary Forces of Colombia) (西班牙语)哥伦比亚武装革命力量

  第2楼 作者:annieyhj 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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  第3楼 作者:annieyhj 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is twenty three hours thirty universal time and here is the news in special English.

The top American military commander in Afghanistan says there is clear evidence that Iran is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters. General ()spoke to reporters in Cabul Sunday.He said Iran has natural interest in Afghanastan because they are neighbours. But he criticised Iran's support for the Taliban. The military learder said rebellion in Afghanistan includes both foreign Taliban fighters and local militants. He said some local people are fighting to support a system of beliefs and others because they are angry at what they say as a corrupt government. He said most problems must be answered.

Hundred of pro-Palestine activists are sailing to Gaza strip as the Israeli navy warns them not to . Six ships carrying more than six hundred activists and ten thousand tons of supplies set sail off coast Cyprus Sunday.The ships are expected to complete the 400km trip on Monday.Activists say two more ships could follow later this week . Organizers of the Free Gaza movement say their goal is to unload the humanitarian aid at port of Israel. They say international organization will then transport it to Gaza. Three Israeli navy missile boats lefe their base in Hafa late Monday to prevent the ships from entering into the area enforced by Israel along Gaza's Meditanrain sea coast. Israeli official say that while they want to limit violence then navy will seize the ship when they enter Israeli territory waters.

BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to contain the oil leak in the gulf of Mexico. American officials have now describe the leak as the worst enviromental disaster in the USA history .BP managing director () spoke on television Sunday. His comments came after hours BP had admitted its latest attempt to stop the leak had failed. Mr ()said the company has learned from its failures. He said BP now will try to contain instead of stop the leak . He said engineres will use underwater roberts to cut through the leaking pipe and then top it with the device to capture the oil .An estimated 12,000 to 19,000 barrels of oil have been leaking from the gulf of Mexico each day since April 20th. That is when explosion killed 11 workers and distroyed the deep sea well in the gulf.

A top American military leader says he is worried that North Korea may follow the deadly attack on a South korean warship with another aggression .() of the United State joint chief of staff spoke on American TV. He said North Korean leader () often does not stop after a single act . The North Korean issue is expected to be part of the further talks between Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Japanese Prime Minister () .The two will met in Tokoyo on Monday. On Saturday they met with South Korean president () on the island of (). After that meeting Mr Wen said there is an urgent need to avoid conflict between North and South korea.

You are listening to the news in voa special english.

Georgians voted Sunday in the locla elections .Studies of voters show the party of president () winning the mayoral office in the capital Toblisi. It was the 1st direct vote for that posistion . In the past the mayor of Tobblisi was chosen by the 15-member city council. Georgian voters Sunday also chose candidates to fill more than 17oo positions an 64 local councils. Studies before the voting showed Mr (s ) 's party easily winning across the nation.

Earlier results from Columbia presidential election show former Defense Minister (Huang..) leading (Mongata) mayor (Auta Mocos) a small percentage voters counted. Mr S leads with 47% of the vote. Mr M has 22%. Public opinions studies predict neither men will receive the votes necessary to avoid 2nd election in June. Mr S is an economist form one of the country's most powerful families. He supervised the military compaign that largely forece the (FAS..) rebels into distant area. Mr M is an mathematician and philosopher. He had used the internet to express his compaign of message of clean politics.

A small Japanese political party is leaving the ruling coalition after the prime minister broke the campaign promise to move the USA marine base of (Okolawa) .Social democratic party learder () said Sunday that her party is leaving the coalition because it does not want to violate the public's trust. Japanese prime minister dismissed her a  minister Friday when she refused to approve a deal that keeps the Mariend on in (Okolawa) .The prime minister campaigned last year on the promise to move the base off the island while people complain about the American miliatry presences.

Search operations are ending in eastern Indai after rescue workers pulled 148 bodies form the passenger train wrack .The train was off the tracks and was hit by another train Friday. Hundreds of people travelling from (Kokata) to Mombai wre injured. Railway officials say service restarted Sunday across India's west state. The workers have repaired an area of tracks that officials say appear to have been removed by Maoist rebels who are blamed for the tragedy . Maoist rebles are known as ( ) ,they are fighting for the rights of the poor and landless. The movement has spread to 20 of the country's 28 states.

Now briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

The top American commander in Afghanistan says there is clear evidence that Iral is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters.

Hundreds of pro-Palistan activist are sailing to Gaza trip as the Israeli navy warns them not to do so .

BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to contain the oil leak in the gulf of Mexico.

That is the news in voa special english from Washington.

4楼 作者:sylen 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

The top American military commander in Afghanistan says there is clear evidence that Iran is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters. General () spoke to reports in Crabul Sunday. He said that Iran has a natural control in Afghanistan because they are neighbors. But he criticized Iran’s support for the Taliban. The military leader also said the rebellion in Afghanistan includes both former Taliban fighters and local militance. He said some local people are fighting to support a system of believes and others because they are angry at what they say as a corrupt government. He said both problems must be answered.

Hundreds of pro-Parlistanian activists are sailing to the Gaza’s trip as the Israelian navy warns them not to. Six ships carrying more than 600 activists and ten thousands tons of supplies set sail of the coast of () Sunday. The ships are expected to complish the 400-kilometer trip on Monday. Activists say two more ships could follow later this week. Organizers of the Free Gaza Movement say their goal is to unload their humanitarian aid at a port in Israel. They say international organizations would then transport it to Gaza. Three Israeli naval missile boats left their base in Haify late Sunday to prevent the ships from entering an area enforced by Israel along Gaza's militarin sea coast. Israelian officials say that while they want to limit violence, the navy will seizes the ships when they enter Israel's territory of waters.

BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to contain the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. American officials have now describ the leak as the worst environmental disaster in the United States history. BP managing director Robert Dudy spoke on television Sunday. His comments came hours after BP had admitted its latest attempt to stop the leak had failed. Mr  Dudy said the company has learned from its failures. He said BP now will try to contain instead of stoping the leak. He said engineers will use underwater robots to cut through the leaking pipe and tipe it with a device to capture the oil. An estimated 12 thousand to 19 thousand barrels of oil have been leaking into the Gulf of Mexico each day since April 20th. That is when an explosion killed 11 workers and destroyed the deep sea well in the Gulf.

A top American Military leader says he is worried that North Korea may follow a deadly attack on a South Korean warship with another act of gression. Micheal Marllon of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke on American television. He said North Korean leader King Jong il often does not stop after a single act. The North Korea issue is expected to be part of further talks between Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Japanese Prime Minister Yukyo Hatuyama. The two will meet in Tokyo on Monday. On Saturday they met with South Korean president Lee Myung-bak on the Island of ().  After that meeting, Mr Wen said there is an urgent need to avoid conflict between North and South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Georgians voted Sunday in local elections. Studies of a voters show the party of President () winning the mayoral office in the capital Eblisy. It was the first direct vote for that position. At past, the Mayor of Eblisy was choosed by the 50-member city council. Georgian voters Sunday also chose candidates to fill more than 1700 positions on 64 local councils. Studies before the voting showed Mr. ()'s party easily winning across the nation.

Early results from Colombia's presidential election show former defense minister () leading () Mayor (). A small percentage of votes counted Mr () leads with 47percent of the vote. Mr () has 22 percent . Publical () studies predicted () will received the votes necessary to avoid a second election in June. Mr() is an economist from one of a Colombia's most powerful families. He supervised military campaign that largely forced the fark rebels into distant areas. Mr() is a () and philosopher. He has used internet to spread his campaign message of clean politics.

A small Japanese political party is leaving the Rulin coalition after the Prime Minister broke a campaign promise to move a Untied States marine base off () Island. Social Democratic Party leader () said Sunday that her party is leaving the coalition because it does not want to violate the public's trust. Japanese Prime Minister Yukyo Hatuyama dismissed her as a Minister Friday. When she was refused appove a deal that keeps the Marines on (). The Prime Minister campaign last year on a promise to move the base off the island, where people complain about the American military present.

Search operations are ending in eastern India. After rescue workers pulled 148 bodies from a passenger train wreck. The train was off the tracks and  hit by another train Friday. Hundreds of people traveling from () to Mumbai were injured. Railway officials say service way will start Sunday across India's west Bengao state. Workers have repaired an area of tracks that officials say appear to have been removed by () rebels who are blamed for the tragedy. () rebels are known as (). They are fighting for the rights of the poor in Lanlas. The movement has spread to 20 of the country's 28 states.

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

The top American military commander in Afghanistan says there is clear evidence that Iran is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters.

Hundreds of pro-Palistanian activists are sailing to the Gaza’s trip as the Israelian navy warns them not to do so. And BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to contain the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.

That's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

5楼 作者:wengarden109191394 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

The top military commander in Afghanistan says that there is clearly evidence that Iran is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters. General () spoke to reporters in Karbul Sunday. He said that Iran has natural interest in Afghanistan because they are neighbors but he criticized Iranian support for the Taliban. The military leader also said the rebellion in Afghanistan include both foreign Taliban fighters and local militants. He said some local people are fighting to support a system of beliefs and others because they are angry at what they see a corrupt government. He said both problems must be answered.

Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists are sailing to the Gaza strip as the Israeli navy warned them not to. Six ships carrying more than 600 activists and ten thousand tons of supplies sailed of the coast () Sunday. The ships are expected to complete the 400 kilometer-trip on Monday. Activists say two more ships could follow this week. Organizers of the Free Gaza Movement said their goal is to unload their humanitarian aid at a port in Israel. They say international organizations would transport it to Gaza.

Three Israeli missile boats left their base in Hife late Sunday to prevent the ships from entering an area enforced by Israel along Gaza’s Mediterranean sea coast. Israeli officials say that while they want to limit violence they navy will seized the ships when they entered Israel’s territory waters.

BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to control the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. American officials have now describled the leak as the worst environmental disaster in the United States history. BP managing director () spoke on television Sunday. His comments came hours after BP had admitted it latest attempt to stop the leak had failed. Mister () said the company has learned from failures. He said BP now would try to contain instead of stop the leak. He said engineers would use underwater robots to cut through the leaking pipe and then toppied with advice to capture the oil. An estimated 23,000 to 19,000 barrels of oil had been leaking into the Gulf of Mexico each day since April 20th. That is when an explosion killed 11 workers and destroyed the deep sea well in the Gulf.

A top American military leader says he is worried that North Korea may follow the deadly attack on a South Korean warship with another act of aggression. Admiral () of the United States joint chief  of Stef spoke on American television. He said the North Korean leader () often do not stop after a single act. The North Korea issue is expected to be part of further talks between Chinese primer Wenjiabao and Japanese prime minister (). Two will meet on Tokyo Monday. On Saturday they met with South Korea president () on the island of (). After that meeting, Mister () said it is in urgent need to avoid conflict between North and South Korea.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Gorgians voted Sunday in local elections. Studies of vote show the party of the president () winning the mayoral office in the capital, ().it was first direct vote for that position. In the past the mayor of () was chosen by the 50-member city council. Gorgeian voters Sunday also chose candidates to fill more than 1700 positions on 64 local councils. Studies before the voting showed Mister ()’ party easily winning across the nation.

Earlier results from Calanbia presidential election show former defense minister () leading () with small percentage of votes counted. Mister () led with 43% of the vote. Mister () has 22%. Public opinion studies predict neither of men will receive votes necessary to avoid the second election in June. Mister () is an economist from one of the Galibian’s most powerful family. He supervised the military campaign that largely forced the fock rebels into distant areas. Mister () is a mathematician and philosopher. He has used the internet to spread his campaign message of clear politics.

A small Japanese political party is leaving the ruling coalition after the prime minister broke a campaign promise to move a United States marine base off () island. Social democratic party leader () said Sunday that her party is leaving the coalition because it does not want to violate the public trust. Japanese prime minister () dismissed her as a minister Friday when she refused to approve a deal that keeps the marines on (). The prime minister campaigned last year on a promise to move the base off the island where people complain about the American military presence.  

Search operations are ending in eastern Indian after rescue workers pulled 148 bodies from a passage train wreck. The train was off the track and was hit by another train Friday. Hundreds of people traveling from () to Mebay were injured. railway official said surveys restarted Sunday across Indian west () state. Workers have repaired an area of tracks that officials say appeared to have been removed by () rebels who are blamed for tragedy. () rebels are known as the (). They are fighting for the rights of the poor and the landless. The movement has spread to 20 of the country’s 28 states.

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

The top American military commander in Afghanistan says there is clear evidence that Iran is providing weapons and training to Taliban fighters.

Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists are sailing to the Gaza Strip as the Israeli navy wants them not to do so.

And BP engineers are preparing a new plan to try to contain the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.

That’s the news in VOA special English from Washington.

 

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