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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第65期(2010年6月7日)

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  第1楼 作者:joyowang 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is twenty-three hour thirty universal time and here is the news in Special English.

The head of the American Coast Guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. But he says more work needs to be done. Admiral Thad Allen spoke on television Sunday. He said he does not think anyone should be pleased as long as there is oil in the water. BP says the containment device put in place this week has captured more than ten thousand barrels of oil from the well in the last twenty-four hours. BP officials estimate nineteen thousand barrels are leaking everyday into the Gulf.

Afghan president Hamid Karzai has replaced the country’s interior minister and the chief of intelligence. The Afghan leader made the changes after Taliban militants attacked national peace conference. The president accepted the resignations of interior minister Hanif Atmar and national directorate of security chief Amrullah Saleh. Mr. Karzai appointed Munir Mangal as acting interior minister and Ibrahim Spinzada as acting intelligence chief. The Taliban fired the rockets at the meeting Wednesday. None of the one thousand six hundred delegates were injured. Afghan officials say two militants were killed and one was captured.

Also in Afghanistan, military officials say five NATO soldiers died Sunday in separate incidents. NATO says a vehicle accident killed three soldiers in the south. The two other soldiers died during rebel attacks, one in the south and one in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan officials say a buried bomb near a road killed three policemen in northern Kendus province. Also Sunday a bomb explosion on a road in the Panjwai area of Kandahar killed a police officer and two civilians. Three other people were wounded. In Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province, a suicide bomber on a vehicle exploded a bomb near NATO military vehicles. The attack wounded thirteen Afghan civilians and a policeman.

Israel has rejected a proposal from the chief of the United Nations to set up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the Israeli cabinet that he informed secretary general Ban Ki-moon of his decision. Earlier Israel’s ambassador to the United States said Israel had the right and the ability to carry out its own investigation. Nine people were killed when Israeli soldiers raided the Mavi Marmara in international waters. Eight of the dead were Turkish citizens. The ship was among six trying to break an Israeli blockade of Gaza and transport aid directly to the area. Turkey and many other nations have condemned Israel’s action.

Officials in Iraq say a serious of bomb attacks killed at least five people in the Baghdad area Sunday. Security officials say a car bomb exploded near a police station in Baghdad killing at least four police officers. At least twelve other people were wounded. Officials say a suicide attacker drove a car with explosives into the group of officers. Separately a bomb attached to the bottom of a car exploded in Baghdad’s Allawi neighborhood. One person in the vehicle was killed and at least two others were injured. Also a bomb explosion wounded eight people at a council building in the town of Mahmudiyah about thirty kilometers south of Baghdad.

You are listening to the News in VOA Special English.

An ocean storm has reached land in Pakistan. The storm caused flooding in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city and surrounding area. Officials say the storm was responsible for seven defts from electrical accidents. Officials said thousands of Pakistanis had flied to safer areas. However some people refused to leave their homes. Weather exports say there will be more heavy rain but the storm will weaken as it moves over land.

Japanese police have released a leader of the nineteen eighty-nine pro-democracy protests in China. Japanese police arrested Wu’er Kaixi after he jumped over a fence in front of the Chinese embassy in Tokyo Friday. The day marked the twenty-first anniversary of Chinese military violence aimed the demonstrators in Beijing Tian An Men Square. The forty-two-year-old activist was freed Sunday while police continued their investigation.

Voters in Slovenia have approved measure to present its border dispute with Croatia to international negotiators. Official results from the vote Sunday show fifty-one percent support the international negotiation process, forty-eight and half percent of those voting oppose the decision. The border dispute is over the territory in the Piran Bay in the Adriatic Sea. Slovenia wants direct access to international waters, which could force Croatia to give up some territory. The dispute began when the two countries gained independence during the break-up of Yugoslavia in nineteen ninety-one.

A Sudanese tribal leader says renewed clashes between Arab tribes in the western Darfur area of Sudan killed forty-one people in three days. Its a Dean A-Sal Mandeal said the fighting began Thursday when a group from one tribe attacked Miseria village east of Kas town in south Darfur state. The tribal chief said the fighting continued for the next two days. The reported attacks took place as a local governor led talks between the tribes in the west Darfur town of Zalingei. The two tribes have continuing disputes over land.

Pope Benedict has called for an urgent international effort to settle tensions and end violence in the Middle East. The leader of the Roman Catholic Church spoke he has ended a three-day trip to Cyprus. He said he would pray for Christians in the Middle East who suffer because of their beliefs.

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

The head of the American Coast Guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.

Afghan president Hamid Karzai has replaced the country’s interior minister and the chief of intelligence.

And Israel has rejected a UN proposal to set up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday.

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

  第2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 head of the American Coast Guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. But he says more work needs to be done. Admiral Thad Allen spoke on television Sunday. He said he does not think anyone should be pleased as long as there is oil in the water. BP says the containment device put in place this week has captured more than ten thousand barrels of oil from the well in the last 24 hours. BP officials estimate nineteen thousand barrels are leaking every day into the Gulf.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has replaced the country's Interior Minister and chief of intelligence. The Afghan leader made the changes after Taliban militants attacked a national peace conference. The President accepted the resignations of Interior Minister Hanif Atmar and National Directorate of Security Chief Amrullah Saleh. Mr. Karzai appointed Munir Mangal as acting Interior Minister and Ibrahim Spinzada as acting intelligence chief. The Taliban fired rockets at the meeting Wednesday. None of the one thousand six hundred delegates were injured. Afghan officials say two militants were killed and one was captured. Also in Afghanistan, military officials say five NATO soldiers died Sunday in separate incidents. NATO says a vehicle accident killed three soldiers in the south. The two other soldiers died during rebel attacks, one in the south and one in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan officials say a buried bomb near a road killed three policemen in northern Kunduz province. Also Sunday, a bomb explosion on a road in the Panjwai area of Kandahar killed a police officer and two civilians. Three other people were wounded. In Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province, a suicide bomber on a vehicle exploded a bomb near NATO military vehicles. The attack wounded thirteen Afghan civilians and a policeman.

Israel has rejected a proposal from the chief of the United Nations to set up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday.  Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the Israeli cabinet that he informed the Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of his decision. Earlier Israel's ambassador to the United States said Israel had the right and the ability to carry out its own investigation. Nine people were killed when Israeli soldiers raided the Mavi Marmara (蓝色马尔马拉号,Mavi是土耳其语的蓝色之意) in international water. Eight of the dead were Turkish citizens. The ship was among six trying to break an Israeli blockade of Gaza and transport aid directly to the area. Turkey and many other nations have condemned Israel's action.

Officials in Iraq say a series of bomb attacks killed at least five people in the Baghdad area Sunday. Security officials say a car bomb exploded near a police station in Baghdad killing at least four police officers. At least twelve other people were wounded. Officials say a suicide attacker drove a car with explosives into the group of officers. Separately, a bomb attached to the bottom of a car exploded in Baghdad's Allawi neighborhood. One person in the vehicle was killed and at least two others were injured. Also a bomb explosion wounded eight people at a council building in the town of Mahmudiya, about thirty kilometers south of Baghdad.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
 
An ocean storm has reached land in Pakistan. The storm caused flooding in Karachi, Pakistan's the largest city and surrounding area. Officials say the storm was responsible for seven deaths from electrical accidents. Officials said thousands of Pakistanis had fled to safer areas. However, some people refused to leave their homes. Weather experts say there would be more heavy rain but the storm will weaken as it moves overland.

Japanese police have released a leader of the 1989 pro-Democracy protests in China. Japanese police arrested Wuer Kaixi after he jumped over a fence in front of the Chinese embassy in Tokyo Friday. The day marked the 21st anniversary of Chinese military violence aimed at demonstrators in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. The 42 year old activist was freed Sunday while police continue their investigation.
 
Voters in Slovenia have approved a measure to present its border dispute with Croatia to international negotiators. Official results from the vote Sunday show 51% support the international negotiation process. 48.5% of those voting oppose the decision. The border dispute is over territory in the Piran Bay (皮兰湾) in the Adriatic Sea(亚得里亚海). Slovenia wants direct access to international waters which could force Croatia to give up some territory. The dispute began when the two countries gained independence during the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991.

A Sudanese tribal leader says renewed clashes between Arab tribes in the western Darfur area of Sudan killed 41 people in three days. Ezzedin Eissa al-Mandil said the fighting began Thursday when a group from one tribe attacked a Messiria village east of Kass town in South Darfur State. The tribal chiefs said the fighting continued for the next two days. The reported attacks took place as a local governor led talks between the tribes in the west Darfur town of Zalingei. The two tribes have continuing disputes over land.

Pope Benedict has called for an urgent international effort to settle tensions and end violence in the Middle East. The leader of the Roman Catholic Church spoke as he ended a three-day trip to Cyprus. He said he would pray for Christians in the Middle East who suffer because of their beliefs.

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

The head of the American Coast Guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Afghan President Hamid Karzai has replaced the country's Interior Minister and the chief of intelligence. And Israel has rejected a UN proposal to set up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday.

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

3楼 作者:yangyu 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

The head of the American coast guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in Gulf of Mexico. But he says more work needs to be done. ( ) ( ) spoke on television Sunday. He said he does not think anyone should be pleased as long as there is oil in the water. BP says the contentment device put in place this week has captured more than ten thousand barrels of oil from the well in the last twenty four hours. BP officials estimate ninety thousand barrels of oil are leaking everyday into the gulf.

Afghanistan president ( ) (kaerzayi) has replaced the country's  (interel) minister and chief of intelligence the Afghanistan leader made the changes after Taliban militants attacked the national police conference. The president accepted the resignations of  (interel) minister ( ) and national directer security chief (apudula) . Mr (kaerzayi) appointed ( ) as acting (interel) administer and emblahan binzada is acting intelligence chief. The Talibans fired rockies at the meeting Wednesday. Nine of one thousand six hundred delegates were injured. Afghan official says two militants were killed and one was captured. 

Also in Afghanistan, military official say five NATO soldiers died Sunday in separate incidents. NATO says a vehicle accident killed three soldiers in themselves. The two other Soldiers died during rival attacks. One in self and one in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan official say a buried bomb near a road killed three policemen in northern condu province; also Sunday a bomb explosion on the road in the pandry area killed a police eofficer and to survilins, three other people were wounded. In ( ) the capital of ( ) province a suicide bomber on a vehicle exploded a bomb near NATO military vehicles, the attack wounded thirteen Afghan servilins and a policeman. 

Israel has rejected a proposal from the chief of united nations to set up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on gaza last Monday. Prime minister Benjaming Nataniiaho told that Israeli ( ) that he inform secretary general ( ) of his decision. Earlier Israel ( ) to the united states says Israel has the right and the ability to carry out its own investigation. Nine people were killed when Israel soldiers raided the ( ) in international waters, eight of the death are Turkish citizens, the ship was among six trying to break an Israeli block aid of gaza, and transport directly to the area, Turkey and many other nations has condemned Israeli action.

Official in Iraq says a series bomb attacks killed at least five people in bagada area Sunday. Security official say a car bomb exploded near a police station in bagada killing at least four police officers, at least twelve other people were wounded. Official say a suicide attacker drove a car with explosives into the group of officers. Separately a bomb attached to the bottom of the car exploded in bagada elavrs neighbour, one person in the vehicle was killed and at least two others were injured. Also a bomb explosion wounded eight people at the council building in the town of namadia about thirty kilometres south of bagada. 

An ocean storm has reached the land in Pakistan, the storm coursed in fluchi  Pakistan's largest city and surounding the area, official say the storm was responsible for seven death from electrical accidents. Official said thousands of Pakistans has fled to safer areas, however, some people refused to leave their homes. Weather experts say there would be more heavy rain but the storm will weaken as it moved over land.

Japanese police has released a leader of nineteen eighty nine prodimacrocy protests in China. Japanese police arrested Wu Kai after he jumped over the fence in front of Chinese embassy in Tokyo Friday. The day marked twenty first ( ) of Chinese military violence aimed ( ) in Beijing Tiananmen Square. The forty two years old activist was free Sunday while the police continue their investigation.

Voters in Slovenia have a approved measure to present it's border dispute with ( ) creassure to international negotiators. Official results from the vote Sunday show fifty one percent support the international negotiation process, forty eight and half percent is voting opposed the decision. The border dispute is over ( ) in the ( ) on bay the ( ) sea, Slovenia want to direct access to international waters which could force creassure to give up ( ). The dispute began when the two countries gained independence during the break of united soviet in nineteen ninety one.

A Sudan east trible leader says renews crushes between area tribles in the west ( ) area of Sudan killed forty one people in three days. A DNA man ( ) said the fighting began Thursday when a group from one tribe attack ( )  village east of cast town in south ( ), trible chief said the fighting continued for the next two days. The reported attack took place as a local governor's led talks between the tribes in the west full town ( ), the two tribes have continued to dispute over lands.

Bob Has called for an urgent international effort to settle attentions and in the violence in the middle east. The leader of Roman ( ) church spoke has ( ) a three days trip to Cyrus, he said he would pray for ( ) in the middle east who suffer because of their believes.

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4楼 作者:wengarden109191394 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

The head of American coast guard says the oil company BP has made a lot of progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico but he says more work need to be done. Admiral () spoke on television Sunday. He said anyone should not be please as long as there is oil in the water. BP says the containment device put in place this week has captured ten thousand barrels of oil from the well in last 24 hours. BP estimated 19 thousand barrels are leaking everyday into the Gulf.

Afghan’s president () has replaced the country’s interior minister and chief of intelligence. The Afghan leader made this decision after Taliban militants attacked national peace conference. The president accepted the resignation of interior minister () and national direct trade security chief (). Mister () pointed that () as acting interior minister and () as acting intelligence chief. The Taliban fired rockets at the meeting Wednesday. None of the 1600 delegates were injured. Afghan officials say 2 militants were killed and one was captured.

Also in Afghanistan military officials say 5 NATO soldiers died Sunday in separate incidents. NATO says of a vehicle accident killed 3 soldiers in the south. The two other soldiers died during rebel attacks. One in the south and one in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan officials say a barrel bomb near a road killed three policemen in northern () province. Also Sunday a bomb explosion on the road in the () area of Kandaha killed a police officer and two civilians. Three other people were wounded. In (), the capital of () province a suicide bomber on a vehicle exploded a bomb near NATO military vehicles. The attack wounded 13 Afghan civilians and a police man.

Israel has rejected a proposal from the chief of United Nations to send up an international group to investigate the Israel raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday. Prime minister () told the Israeli cabinet that he informed secretary general () of his decision. Earlier Israel’s ambassador to the United States said Israel has the right and the ability to carry out its own investigation. None people were killed when Israel soldiers raided the () in international waters. Eight of the dead were Turks citizens. The ship was among six trying to break an Israel blockage of Gaza and transport aid directly to the area. Turkey and other nations have condemned Israel action.

Officials in Iraq say a series of bomb attacks killed at least 5 people in the Baghdad area Sunday. Security officials say a car bomb exploded near a police station in Baghdad killing at least 4 police officers. At least 12 other people were wounded.  Officials say a suicide attacker drove a car with explosions into the group of officers. Separately a bomb attached to a bottom of a car exploded in Baghdad’s () neighborhood. One person in the vehicle was killed and at least two others were injured. Also a bomb explosion wounded 8 at a council building in the town of () about 30 kilometers south of Baghdad.

 You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

An ocean storm has reached land in Pakistan. The storm caused flooding in (), Pakistan’s largest city and the surrounding area. Officials say the storm was responsible for 7 deaths from electrical accidents. Officials said thousands of Pakistanis had fled to safer areas. However, some people refused to leave their homes. Weather experts say there will be more heavy rain but the storm will weaken as it moves over land.

Japanese police have released a leader of the 1989 pro-democracy protests in China. Japanese police arrested () after he jumped over a fence in front of Chinese embassy in Tokyo Friday. The day marked the 21st anniversary of Chinese military violence aimed at demonstrators in Beijing’s Tan’an meng Square. The 42 activist was free Sunday while police continue their investigation.

Voters in () have approved a measure to present its border dispute with () to international negotiators. Officials results from the vote Sunday show 51 percent of voters support the international negotiation process. 48.5 percent of those voting opposed the decision. The border dispute is over territory in the () Bay in the () Sea. () wants direct access to international waters which could force () to give up some territory. The dispute began when the two countries gained independence during the break up of () in 1991.

A Sudanese tribal leader says renew clashes between Arab tribes in () western Darful area of Sudan killed 41 people in 3 days. () said the fighting began 30th day when a group from one tribe attacked () village east of () town in south Darful state. The tribe chief said the fighting continued for the next two days. The reported attacks took place as a local governor led talks between the tribes in the west Darful town (). The two tribes have continuing disputes over land. () has called for an urgent international effort to settle tensions and end violence in the middle-east.

 The leader of the Roman Catholic Church spoke as he ended a three-day trip to Cyprus. He said he wound pray for () in Middle-East who suffer because of their beliefs.

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

The head of American coast guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.

Afghan’s president () has replaced the country’s interior minister and the chief of intelligence.

And Israel has rejected an UN proposal to send up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday.  

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

5楼 作者:Hom Chou 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

 It is twenty-three hour thirty universal time. Here is the News in Special English. The head of the American coast guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. But he says more work needs to be done. …spoke on television Sunday. He says he does not think that anyone should be pleased as long as there is oil in the water. BP says the contentment device put in place this week has captured more than ten thousand burls of oil from the well in the last twenty-four hours. BP officials estimate ninety thousand burls are leaking everyday into the Gulf.

 

Afghan president Hamid Karzai has replaced the country’s interiors minister and chief of intelligence. The Afghan leader made the changes after Taliban militants attached a national peace conference. The president accepted the… nations of interior minister Hanif Atmar and national director of security Chief Armrula Sale(I’m not sure). Mr. Kazai appointed Munire Mongo(I’m not sure) as acting interior minister and improve him …as acting intelligent chief.

 

The Taliban fired rockets at the meeting Wednesday. None of the one thousand six hundred of delegates were injured. Afghan officials say two militants were killed and one was captured. Also in Afghanistan, military official say five natal soldiers died Sunday in separate incidents. Natal says a vehicle accident killed three soldiers in the south, the too other soldiers died during rubber attacks, one in the South and one in eastern Afghanistan. Afghan official say a berry bombe near a road killed three policemen in northern Condon Province.

 

Also Sunday a bomb explosion on the road in the Puswil area of Kandahar kill a police officer and two civilians, three other people were wounded. In Jelalabad the capital of nogha province, a suicide bomber on the vehicle exploded a bomb near natal military vehicles. The attack wounded thirty Afghan civilians and a policeman.

 

 Israel has rejected proposal from the chief of the United Nations to set up an international group to investigate the really read on the aid ship to Garser (I’m not sure.)last Monday. Pre-minister Bangor man Yahoo told the really capitates that he is informed to secretary general Bangimon of his decision.  

 

Earlier its real armboster to the United States says it has its right and ability to carry out its own investigation. Nine people were killed when its really soldiers readed the Marvimamoro in international waters. Eight of the dead were Turkish sentenced. The ship was among six trying to break and its really blokin of gazar and transport eight directly to the area. Turkey and many other nations have condemned its real action.

 

Official in Iraq say a serious bomber attacks killed at least five people in the bad area Sunday. Security official say a car bombe exploded near a police station in the bad dead killing at least four police officers and at lest two other people were wounded. Official say a suicide attacker drew a car with explosives into the group of officers. Separately, a bomber attack to the bottom a car exploded in bad dead aloway(?) neighborhood. One person in the vehicle was killed and at least others were injured. Also a bombe explosion wounded eight people and a council building in the town of Monodies about thirty kilometers south of Bagdad.

 

 You’re listening to the News in VOA Special English.

 

An ocean storm has reached land in Pakistan. The storm caused flood and Karachi, Pakistan largest city and surrounding area. Official say the storm was responsible for seven deaths from electrical accidents. Official said thousand Pakistanis have fled to safer areas. However, some people refused to leave their homes. Weather experts say there will be more heavy rain but the storm will weaken as it moves over land.

 

Japanese police have released a leader of the 1989 prodemocracy protests in China. Japanese police arrested Wuer Carshi (?)after he jumped over offence in front of the Chinese impercy in Tokyo Friday. The day marked 21 anniversary of Chinese military violence aimed the demonstrators in Beijing Tiananmen square. The forty-two year old activist was free Sunday while police continue their investigation.

 

Voters in Slovenia have approved a measure to protest its border disputed with oiationg to international negotiators. Official results from the vote Sunday show fifty-one percent support the international negotiation process, forty-eight and half percent of those voting oppose the decision. The board dispute is over territory in the Peauon bei (?)in the Adriatic Sea. Slovenia wants direct access to international waters which could for to give up some territory. The dispute began when the two countries gained independence during the break up of salvia in 1991.

 

Sudan … tribe leader says renew clashes between era tribes in the western indult of Sudan kill forty-one people in three days. Its dean a deal said the fighting began Thursday when a group from one tribe attacked a Miserere village east of cast town in south dafor sate. Tribe chief say the fighting continue for the next two days. The reported attacks to place as a local governor let talks between the tribes in the west dafor down of Sarlingai. The two tribes have continued in disputes over land.

 

 Pope benidate(?) have called for an urgent international effort to settle attentions and in violence in the Middle East. The leader of Roman Catholic Church spoke as he ended in a three-day trip to Siprice. He said he would pray for Christians in the Middle East who suffer because of their beliefs.

 

And now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour. The head of the American coast guard says oil company BP had made some progress in containing the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Afghan president Hamid Karzai has replaced the country’s interior minster and the chief of intelligence.

 

And Israel has rejected a UN proposal from the chief of the United Nations to set up an international group to investigate the really read on the aid ship to garser(?) last Monday.

 

That’s the News in VOA Special English from Washington.

 

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It is 23:30 universal time and here is the news in special english.

The head of the American coast guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak the gulf of Mexico. But he says more work needs to be done. Admiral Thad Allen spoke on TV Sunday. He said he does not think anyone should be pleased as long as there is oil in the water . BP says the containment device put in place this week has captured more than 10,000 barrels of oil from the well the the last 24 hours .BP officials estimate 19,000 barrels of oil are leaking everyday into the gulf.

Afghan president (Hamid Kazai) replaced the country's interior minister and chief of intelligence .The Afghan lead made the changes after Taliban militant attacked an nationa peace conference .The president accepted the resignation of  interior minister () and national directorate of security chief (). Mr Kazai pointed (munia Gogal) as actiong interior minister and (Yibarhan) as actiong intelligence chief . The TLB fired rockets at the meeting Wednesday. None of the 1006 deligates were injured . Afghan official say two militants were killed and one  was captured. Also in Afghan military says a vehicle accident killed three soldiers in the south. The two other soldiers died during a rebel attacks . One in the south and on ein eastern Afghan. Afghan offical say a buried bomb near the road killled three policemen in northern () province .Also Sunday a bomb explosion on the road in () area of Kandahar killed a police officer and two civilians , three other people were wounded .In Junaabad the capital of Nakaha provice a suicide bomber on the vehicle exploded a bomb near NATO military vehicles , the attack wounded 13 Afghan civilians and a policeman.

Israel has rejected a propose from the chief of the UN to set up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday. Prime Minister Benjamin Netaniahu told the Israel cabinet that he informed  Secretary General Bankimoon of his decision. Earlier Israeli ambassador to the USA said Israel had the right and capability to carry out its own investigation . 9 people were killed when Israeli soldiers raided ()in international waters .8 of the death were Turkish citizens. The ship was among the six trying to break an Israeli blockade of Gaza and transport aid directly to the area. Turky and many other nations have condemmned Israeli action.

Officials in Iraq say a series of bomb attacks killed at least 5 people in the Bagadad area Sunday. Security official say a  car bomb exploded near a police station in Bagadad killing at least four police officers. At least 12 other people were wounded . official say a suicide attacker drove a car with explosive into the group of officers.Seperately a bomb attached to the bottom of a car exploded  in Bagada's () neighhourhood . One people in the vehicle was killed and at least two others were injured .Also a bomb explosion wounded 8 people at a council building in the town of (Momadia ) about thirty km south of Bagadad.

You are listening to the news in voa english.

An ocean storm has reached land in Pakistan , The storn caused flooding in () , Pakistan's largest city and the surrounding area. Official say the strom was responsible for seven death from electrical accidents . Official said thousands of Pakistanis had fled to safer areas . However some people refused to leave their homes .Weather experts say there will be more heavy rain but the strom will weaken as it moves over land.

Japanese police have released a leader of the 1989 pro-democracy protests in China . Japanese polilce arrested Wuerkaixi after he jumped over a fence in front of the Chinese embassy in Tokoyo Friday. The day mark the 21st anniversary of Chinese military voilence aimed at the demonstrataters in BJ TianAnmen square. The 42 year old activist was freed Sunday while police continue their investigation.

Voters in Slovenija have approved a measure to present its border dispute with Croatia to international negotiators . Official results from the vote Sunday show 51% support the international negotiate process , 48.5% of those voting oppose the decision . The border dispute is over territory in the () bay in the Adriatic sea. Slovenija wants to direct access to international waters which could force () to give up some territory .The dispute began when the two countries gained independence during the break up of Yugoslavia in 1991.

Sudnese tribal leader says renewed clashed between Arab tribes and western Darfur area of Sudan killed 41 people in  three days. () said the fighting began Thurday when a group from one tribe attacked () village east of () town of Drafur state . The tribe chief said the fighting continued for the next two days. The reported attacks took place as a local governor led talks between the tribes in the west Darfur town of (ZAnagai) , The two tribes have continuing disputes over land.

Pop Benedit has called for an urgent international effort to settle tensions and end violence in the mideast . The leader of the Rome Cathnical church spoke as he ended a three-day trip to Cyprus . He said he would pray for Christians in the mideast who suffer because of their biliefs.

Now briefly here is again is the major news of this hour from Washington.

The head of the American coast guard says oil company BP has made some progress in containing the huge oil leak the gulf of Mexico.

Afghan president (Hamid Kazai) replaced the country's interior minister and chief of intelligence

Israel has rejected a propose from the chief of the UN to set up an international group to investigate the Israeli raid on an aid ship to Gaza last Monday

 

 

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