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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第67期(2010年6月21日)

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  第1楼 作者:orihelion 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 0:30 universal time. And here is the news in special English.

 

The Thai government has announced the time limit for unarmed protestors to leave their encampment in the main business area of Bangkok. It’s said women, children older adults and other unarmed protestors have until the middle of the day on Monday to leave. A military spokesman said Sunday that security forces plan to permit neutral organization such as the Red Cross into the protest area to persuade people to leave. Earlier Sunday, the Thai government rejected calls by opposition protestors for United Nation’s (organized) talks to end the fighting. There has been four days of deadly battles between the two sides. The violence has killed at least 31 people and wounded more than 200 others.

 

The oil company BP says oil is now flowing into a tube meant to pump it away from a leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico. This is the first measure of success BP has seen in containing the flow of oil from the well pipe that was damaged in an explosion on April 20. The pipe has leaked hundreds of thousands of liters of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. The new tube is directing some of the oil up to a container on the surface of the sea. If the procedure continues to be successful, crew members will start to increase the tubes (flowing over) the next few days. The first attempt at such an operation failed Saturday. Separately, researchers from the national institute for undersea science and technology say they have found oil in the deep waters of the gulf. They say the disaster could be far worse than estimated before.

 

British air safety officials have banned travel over Heathrow Airport in London. Several major airports in the United Kingdom and Ireland were closed Sunday after a volcano in Iceland again threatening travel in parts of Europe. Officials extended the no fly area over London as the volcanic ash cloud began moving south. Officials throughout the area are watching conditions. The huge volcanic ash cloud from Iceland run much of the European air traffic to a halt last month. The situation cost the airline industry almost 2 billion dollars in losses.

The president of Brazil has met with Iranian leaders in an attempt to reach an agreement on Tran’s nuclear program. Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva held talks with Iraniam president Mhmoud Ahmadinejad Sunday in Tehran. He also met separately with Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei. Mr Ahmadinejad and president da Silva stressed economic cooperation between the two countries at a joint news conference. However, they avoided any comments on Iran’s nuclear program. Brazil and Turkey are trying to persuade Iran to agree to a nuclear feul exchange. Officials from the United State and Russia say this will be Iran’s last chance to avoid new restriction.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

 

In Somalia, Islamist rebels fired shells at the parliament building in Mogadishu Sunday. Police and medical officials report at least 16civilians were killed and many others wounded. Africa union’s peace keepers returned fire after the attack which has been blamed on (Hardline Shebab militants). The group is linked (Al-Qaeda). Lawmakers were inside the building at the time of the attack. They were preparing to hold the first parliamentary meeting of the year. Somalia lawmakers rarely meet. Most of them live outside the country, fearing for their own safety.

 

Mauritania court has open the trial of 12 people suspected in the murders of 4 French visitors in 2007. Government lawyers say the suspects are members of al=Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.  The lawyers say the suspects kill the visitors in the southeastern town of Aleg. The court in Mauritania’s capital ,Nouakchott, is also here in charges of terrorism against of other people. Mauritania has joined Algeria,Mali and Neger to fight (Al-Qaeda) activity in that area of Africa. The four nations open to a shared military headquarter in southern Algeria last month.

A service member with the international security assistance force in Afghanistan was killed Sunday in the country (south) during an attack by rebels. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization did not provide details about the incident on the nationality of the solider. Also Sunday, ISAF and Afghan leaders end a two days of talks on improving operation against militants and preventing civilian deaths. NATO says more than 19 representatives from Afghanistan. The Afghan army and Afghan national police took part in the meeting. It was the first of its kind led by the ISAF joint command.

 

Voters in Hong Kong have returned five pro-democracy activists to their seats in the legislature in the series of special elections. The five have resigned their seats in an effort to force the special elections. They describe the elections as a vote on their campaign to pressure China to speed up its move to full democracy. China denounced the plan as a direct challenge to its power. Hong Kong’s pro-China parties boycotted the elections in each of the five electoral areas. They describe the vote as a waste of tax payer’s money. The boycott left the pro-democracy activists without any serious opponents. Election officials say only 17 percent of Hong Kong ‘s more than three million approved voters took part in the election. The activists had hoped for at least 30 percent.

 

Here again is the major mews. The Thai government has announced a time limit for the unarmed protestors to leave their encampment in the main business area of Bangkok. The oil company BP says oil is flowing into a tube meant to pump it away from a leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico. And an Iraqi election official says a recount of votes in Baghdad has not changed the share of parliamentary seats. That’s the mews in VOA special English coming to you from Washington.

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  第2楼 作者:libra 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

Israel is easing its blockade of the Gaza Strip by permitting almost all non-military goods into the Palestinian territory. Israel's cabinet approved the new policy Sunday. It plans to replace its list of permitted goods with a new list of banned items. Anything not on the new list will be permitted to enter Gaza. Israel has been facing intense international pressure to end the blockade of Gaza after its deadly raid on ships trying to break the blockade. Officials in the administration of President Obama said the new Israeli policy should help improve conditions for Palestinians and still prevent the entry of weapons.

Iraqi officials say two bomb explosions have killed at least twenty six people in the capital Baghdad. More than fifty three others were wounded. Police and hospital officials say the bombs were in cars and exploded within minutes of each other. Baghdad's security chief said the Trade Bank of Iraq and a government office were the probable targets. The explosions killed police officers and civilians. In another development, Iraqi police officers found the bodies of several women Saturday in the eastern Zayiona neighborhood of Baghdad.

In Poland, early official results give temporary president Bronislaw Komorowski a slight lead in the presidential election. The election is been held to replace president Lech Kaczynski who died April 10th in a plane crash in western Russia. The early result show Mr. Komorowski has forty percent of the vote. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the brother of the former President, has thirty eight percent. Neither man is expected to win the fifty percent needed to avoid a second election on July 4th. Eight other candidates were far behind the two leading candidates in votes.

In Colombia, former Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with sixty nine percent of the vote. Mr. Santos will replace President Alvaro Uribe who is living office after eight years. The Green Party candidate, former Bogota Mayor Antanas Mockus won twenty eight percent of the vote. Police say at least seven police officers were killed in Election Day violence when a bomb exploded near a police car in the Northeast. Three soldiers died in fighting with guerillas. Security has been an important issue in the presidential campaign. Rebels have been at war with Colombian government for more than forty five years.

A statement from oil company BP says it captured oil equal to twenty one thousand containers from its leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday. That amount was less than the oil captured on Friday because the operation was stopped for repairs for ten hours Saturday. The company said some oil will be processed and some has been burned. Also Sunday, the independent supervisor of the twenty billion dollars BP has promised victims of the oil spill said every claim will be paid quickly. BP agreed last week to President Obama's request for payments to small businesses and people who have been hurt economically by the oil disaster.


You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Kyrgyz government is extending emergency conditions in the south. More than a week of ethnic fighting that began in Osh and the city of Jalalabad killed two thousand people. Buriers have been removed in Osh. But many ethnic Uzbeks say they do not know if they will return home because they fear new violence. The temporary Kyrgyz government has blamed ousted President Kurmanbek Bakiyev and his supporters for the violence. He denies all responsibility.

In Afghanistan, two explosions in the south have killed three people and wounded nineteen others. A spokesman for the governor in Helmand province said a girl and two adults were killed Sunday in the first explosion in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah. He said about fourteen people were wounded in that explosion. Minutes later, a second bomb exploded near a school and wounded five more people including children and one Afghan soldier. In eastern Nangarhar province, a rocket hit a house on Sunday killing two children.

China's Central Bank said Sunday it will keep the Yuan at what it called "a reasonable and balanced level". On Saturday, China's Central Bank had said it planned to ease exchange rate restrictions on the Yuan. Also Sunday, the Bank announced that the Yuan's value will now be based on the money of several different countries. For the past two years, it has been linked to the value of the American dollar. Chinese government has been under increasing pressure from the United States, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund to let the Yuan increase in value.

A Hong Kong publisher said Sunday he has stopped the printing of a book by former Chinese Premier Li Peng. The book deals with the events that led to the violence against pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. About twenty thousand copies of the Tiananmen Diary of Li Peng were to be sold in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Publisher Bao Pu of New Century Press said some organizations had made him aware of copy right problems. He refused to give details.

Finally in sports news: Brazil has won a place in the round of sixteen at the World Cup in South Africa. Brazil moved into the round of sixteen after defeating Ivory Coast in a match in Johannesburg. Earlier, New Zealand shocked the Italian team by limiting the defending World Cup champions to a one-one tie. Also Sunday, Paraguay defeated Slovakia two-to-one.

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

Israel is easing its blockade of the Gaza Strip by permitting almost all non-military goods into the Palestinian territory. Iraqi officials say two bomb explosions have killed at least twenty six people in Baghdad. And in Colombia, former Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with sixty nine percent of the vote.

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

  第3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.

Israel is easing its blockade of Gaza Strip by permitting almost all non-military goods into the Palestinian territory. Israel’s cabinet approved the new policy Sunday. It plans to replace its list of permitted goods with a new list of banned items. Anything not on the new list will be permitted to enter Gaza. Israel has been facing intense international pressure to end the blockade in Gaza after its deadly raid on ships trying to break the blockade. Officials in the administration of president Obama said the new Israeli policy should help improve conditions for Palestinians and still prevent the entry of weapons.

Iraqi officials say two bomb explosives have killed at least 26 people in the capital Baghdad. More than 53 others were wounded. Police and hospital officials say the bombs were in cars and exploded within minutes of each other. Baghdad’s security chief said the Trade Bank of Iraq and a government office were the probable targets. The explosions killed police officers and civilians. In another development, Iraqi police officers found the bodies of several women Saturday in the eastern Zayouna neighborhood of Baghdad.

In Poland, early official results give temporary president Bronislaw Komorowski a slight lead in the presidential election. The election is being held to replace president Lech Kaczynski who died April 10th in a plane crash in western Russia. The early results show Mr. Komorowski has 40% of the vote. Jaroslaw Laczynski, the brother of the former president, has 38%. Neither man is expected to win the 50% needed to avoid a second election on July 4th. 8 other candidates were far behind the two leading candidates in votes.

In Columbia former Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with 69% of the vote. Mr. Santos will replace president Alvaro Uribe who is leaving office after 8 years. The Green Party candidate, former Bogota mayor Antanas Mockus won 28% of the vote. Police say at least 7 police officers were killed in Election-Day Violence when a bomb exploded near a police car in the northeast. 3 soldiers died in fighting with guerrillas. Security has been an important issue in the presidential campaign. Rebels have been at war with Columbia government for more than 45 years.

A statement from oil company BP says it captured oil equal to 21,000 containers from its leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday. That amount was less than the oil captured on Friday because the operation was stopped for repairs for 10 hours Saturday. The company said some oil will be processed and some has been burned. Also Sunday, the independent supervisor of the 20 billion dollars BP has promised to victims of the oil spill said every claim will be paid quickly. BP agreed last week to President Obama’s request for payment to small businesses and people who have been hurt economically by the oil disaster.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The Kyrgyz government is extending emergency conditions in the south. More than a week of ethnic fighting that began in Osh and the city of Jalalabad killed 2,000 people. Buriers have been removed in Osh. But many ethnic Uzbeks say they do not know if they will return home because they fear new violence. The temporary Kyrgyz government has blamed ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev and his supporters for the violence. He denies all responsibility.

In Afghanistan, two explosions in the south have killed 3 people and wounded 19 others. A spokesman for the governor in Helmand province said a girl and 2 adults were killed Sunday in the first explosion in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah. He said about 14 people were wounded in that explosion. Minutes later a second bomb exploded near a school and wounded 5 more people including children and one Afghan soldier. In eastern Nangarhar province a rocket hit a house on Sunday killing 2 children.

China ’s Central Bank said Sunday it will keep the yuan at what it called “a reasonable and balanced level”. On Saturday, China’s Central Bank had said it planed to ease exchange rate restrictions on the yuan. Also Sunday the Bank announced that the yuan’s value will now be based on the money of several different countries. For the past two years it has been linked to the value of the American dollar. The Chinese government has been under increasing pressure from the United States, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund to let the yuan increase in value.

A Hong Kong publisher said Sunday he has stopped the printing of a book by former Chinese Premier Li Peng. The book deals with the events that led to the violence against pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. About 20,000 copies of the Tiananmen diary of Li Peng were to be sold in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Publisher Bao Pu of New Century Press said some organizations had made him aware of copyright problems. He refused to give the details.

Finally in sports news, Brazil has won a place in the round of 16 at the World Cup in South Africa. Brazil moved into the round 16 after defeating Ivory Coast in a match in Johannesburg. Earlier New Zealand shot the Italian team by limiting the defending World Cup Champaign’s to a 1-1 tie. Also Sunday Paraguay defeated Slovakia 2-1.

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

Israel is easing its blockade of Gaza Strip by permitting almost all non-military goods into the Palestinian territory. Iraqi officials say two bomb explosives have killed at least 26 people in the capital Baghdad. And in Columbia former Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with 69% of the vote.

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

4楼 作者:yangyu 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 00:30 universal time, and here's the news in voa special English.

Israel is easing it's blockade of the Gaza strip, by permitting almost all none-military goods into the Palestinian territory. Israeli cabinet approved the new policy Sunday. It plans to replace the list of permitted goods with a new list of banned items, anything not on the list will be permitted into Gaza. Israel has been faceing intense international pressure to end the blockade of Gaza after its deadly raid on ships trying to break the blockade. Officials of the administration of the president Obama said the new Israeli policy should help improve conditions of Palestine and still prevent the entry of weapon.

Iraqi officials say 2 bomb explosions have killed at least 26 people in the capital Baghdad, more than 53 others were wounded. Police and hospital officials say the bombs were in cars and exploded within a minute each other. Baghdad security chief said the trade bank of Iraq and a government office were the probable targets. The explosions kill police officers and civillians. In another development Iraqi police officers found bodies of several women Saturday in the eastern ( ) neighborhood of Baghdad.

In Poland early official results give temporary president ( ) a slight lead in presidential election, the election is being held to replace president ( ), who died April 10th in a plan crash in western Russia. The early results show Mr. ( ) has 40 percent of the vote, ( ) , the brother of former president has 38 percent. Neither man is suspected to won the 50 percent needed to avoid a 2nd election on July 4th. 8 other candidates were far behind the 2 leading candidates in votes.

In Colombia former defence minister ( ) has won the presidential election with 69 percent of the vote. Mr. ( ) will replace President ( ) who is leaving office after 8 years. The green party candidate former ( ) and ( ) won 28 percent of the vote. Police say 7 police officers were killed in election day violence when a bomb exploded near a police car in the ( ), 3 soldiers died in fighting with (grellors). Security has been an important issue in the presidential election compaign. Rebels have been at war with Colombia government for more than 45 years.

Statement from oil company BP says it captured oil equal to 21,000 containers from its leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday. That amount is less than oil captured on Friday because of the operation was stopped for repairs for 10 hours Saturday. The company said some of the oil will be porcessed and some has been burned. Also Sunday, the independent supervisor of the 20 billion dollars BP has pormised to victoms of the oil spill said every client will be paid quickly. BP agreed last week to president Obama's request for payments for small business and people who have been hurt economicly by the oil disaster.

You are listening the news in voa special English.

The Kyrgyz government is extending emergency conditions in the south, more than 1 week ethnic fighting that began in Osh and city of Jalalabad killed 2,000 people, (buryers) have been removed in Osh, but many Uzbeks say they do not know if they will return home because they fear new violence. The temporary Kyrgyz government has blamed ( ) president ( ) and his supporters for the violence. He denies all responsiblity.

In Afghanistan 2 explosions in the south have killed 3 people and wounded 19 others. Spokesman of the governors in ( ) province said a girl and 2 adults were killed Sunday in the first explosion in the (prevential) captial (Lashkada), he said about 14 people were wounded in that explosion, minutes later a 2nd bomb exploded near a school and wounded 5 more people including children and 1 Afghan soldier. In eastern Nangaha Province a rocket hit on a house Sunday killing 2 children.

China's central bank said Sunday it will keep the Yuan at what it called a reasonable and balance level. On Saturday China's central bank said it plans to ease the exchange rate restrictions on Yuan. Also Sunday the bank announced that the Yuan's value will now be based on the money of several different countries, for the past 2 years it has been linked to the value of American dollars. The Chinese government has been under increasing pressure from the US,  the EU and international monetary fun to let Yuan increase in value.

A Hongkong publisher said Sunday he has stop printing the book by former Chinese (pra-mier) Lipeng. The book deals with the events that led the violence against pro-democracy portests in Tian'an men Square in Beijing. About 20,000 copies of the Tian'an men dairy of Lipeng were to be sold in Hongkong on Tuesday. Publisher Bao Pu a new century ( ) said some organizations have made him aware of copy right problems, he refuses to give details.

Finally in sports news. Brazil has won a place in around of 16 at the world cup in South Africa. Brazil moved into the around of 16 after defeating ( ) in the match Johannesburg. Earlier Newzeland shot the Italian team by limiting the defending the world cup champion to a 1:1 tie. Also Sunday Paraguay defeated Slovenia 2:1.

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

Israel is easing its blockade to the Gaza strip by permitting almost all no-military goods into the Palestinian territory. Iraqi official say 2 bomb explosions have killed at least 26 people in Baghdad. And in Colombia former defence minister ( ) has won the presidential election with 69 percent of vote.

That's the news of voa speical English coming to you from Washington.

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5楼 作者:lucia li 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS –June 21, 2010

Written by Voice of America.

It is now 00:00 universal time and here is the news in special English.

Israel is easing its blockade of the Gaza Strip by permitting almost all none military goods into the Palestinian territory. Israel’s Cabinet proved the new policy Sunday. It plans to replace its list of permitted goods with a new list of band items. Anything is not on the new list will be permitted into Gaza. Israel has been facing intense international pressure to end the blockade of Gaza after its deadly raid on ships trying to break the blockade. Officials in the administration of President Obama said the new Israeli policy should help improve conditions for Palestinians and still prevent the entry of weapons.

Iraqi officials say 2 bomb explosions have killed at least 26 people in the capital Baghdad. More than 53 others were wounded. Police and hospital officials say the bombs were in cars and exploded within minutes of each other. Baghdad’s security chief said the trade bank of Iraq and the government office were the probable targets. The explosion killed the police officer and civilians. In another development, Iraqi police officers found the bodies of several women Saturday and the eastern Zayouna neighborhood of Baghdad.

In Poland, early official results give temporary president Bronislaw Komorowski a slight lead in the presidential election. The election is being held to replace president Lech Kaczynski who died April 10th in a plane crash in western Russia. The early results show Mr. Komorowski has 40% of the vote. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the brother of the former president has 38%. Neither men is expected to win the 50% needed to avoid a second election on July 4th. 8 other candidates were far behind the two leading candidates in votes.

In Colombia former defense minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with 69% of the vote. Mr. Santos will replace President Alvaro Uribe who is leaving office after 8 years. The Green party candidate, former Bogota Mayor Antanas Mockus won 28% of the vote. Police say at least 7 police officers were killed in election-day violence when a bomb exploded near a police car in the Northeast. 3 soldiers died in fighting with guerrillas. Security has been an important issue in the presidential campaign. Rebels have been at war with Colombian government for more than 45 years.

Statement from the oil company BP says it captured oil equal to 21,000 containers from its leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday. That amount was less than the oil captured on Friday because the operation was stopped for repairs for ten hours Saturday. The company said some oil will be processed and some has been burned. Also Sunday the independent supervisor of the 20 billion dollars BP has promised to victims of the oil’s bill said every claim will be paid quickly. BP agreed last week to President Obama’s request for payments to small businesses and people who have been hurt economically by the oil disaster.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

The Kyrgyz government is extending emergency conditions in the south. More than a week ethnic fighting that began in Osh and city of Jalal-Kuduk killed 2,000 people. Barriers had been moved in Osh. But many ethnic Uzbeks say they do not know if they will return home because they fear new violence. The temporary Kyrgyz government has blamed ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev and his supporters for the violence. He denies all responsibility.

In Afghanistan, 2 explosions in the south have killed 3 people and wounded 19 others. A spokesman for the governor in the Helmand province said a girl and two adults were killed Sunday in the first explosion in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah. He said about 14 people were wounded in that explosion. Minutes later a second bomb exploded near a school and wounded 5 more people including children and 1 Afghan soldier. In eastern Nangarhar province, a rocket hit a house on Sunday killing 2 children.

China ’s central bank said Sunday it will keep the “Yuan” at what is called a reasonable and balanced level. On Saturday, China’s central bank had said it planned to ease exchange rate restrictions on the “Yuan”. Also Sunday the bank announced that the Yuan’s value will now be based on the money of several different countries. For the past two years it has been linked to the value of the American dollar. The Chinese government has been under increasing pressure from the United States, the European Union and International Monetary Fund to let the Yuan increase in value.

A Hongkong publisher said Sunday he has stopped the printing of a book by former Chinese Premier Li Peng. The book deals with events that led to the violence against pro-democracy protests in Tian’an Men Square in Beijing. About 20,000 copies of the Tian’an Men diary of Li Peng were to be sold in Hongkong on Tuesday. Publisher Bao Pu of New Century Press said some organizations had made him aware of copy right problems. He refused to give details.

Finally in sports news, Brazil has won a place in the round of sixteen at World Cup in South Africa. Brazil moved into the round of sixteen after defeating Ivory Coast in the match in Johannesburg. Earlier New Zealand shocked the Italy team by limiting the defending World Cup Champions to a 1:1 tie. Also Sunday Paraguay defeated Slovakia 2:1.

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

Israel is easing its blockade of the Gaza Strip by permitting almost all none military goods into the Palestinian territory.

Iraqi officials say 2 bomb explosions have killed at least 26 people in Baghdad.

And in Colombia former defense minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with 69% of the vote.

That’s the news in VOA special English coming to you 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 special English.

Israel is easing its block in the Gaza Strip by permitting almost all non-military goods into the Palestinian territory. Israel’s cabinet approved the policy Sunday. It plans to replace its list of permitted goods with a new list of banned items. Anything is not on the list will be permitted to enter Gaza. Israel has been facing intense international pressure to end the block of Gaza after it deadly raid on ships trying to break the blocked. Officials in administration of Obama said the new Israel policy should help improve conditions for Palestinians and still prevent the entry of weapons.

Iraqi officials say two bomb explosions have killed at least 26 people in the capital, Baghdad. More than 53 others were wounded. Police and hospital officials say the bombs are in cars and exploded within minutes of each other. Baghdad’ security chief said the trade back of Iraq and a government office were the probable targets. The explosions killed police officers and civilians. In another development Iraq police officers found several bodies of woman Saturday in eastern (), neighborhood of Baghdad.

In Poland early official results gave temporary president () a slight lead in the presidential election. The election is being held to replace president () who died April 10th in a plane crash in western Russia. The early results show () has 40 percent of the vote. (), the bother of the former president (), has 38 percent. Neither man is expected to win the 50 percent needed to avoid a second election on July 4th. 8 other candidates were far behind the two leading candidates in votes.

In () former defense minister () has won the presidential election with 69 percent of the vote. Mr () will replace president () who is leaving office after 8 years. The Green Party candidates, former

() mayor () won 28 percent of the vote. Police say at lease 7 police officers were killed in election-day violence when a bomb exploded near a police car in the (). 3 soldiers died in fighting with Grealors. Security has been an important issue in presidential campaign. Rebels had at war with () government for more than 45 years.

A statement from oil company BP said it captured oil equal to 21 thousand containers from its leaking well in Gulf of Mexico Sunday. That amount was less than the oil captured on Friday because the operation was stopped for repairs for ten hours Sunday. The company says some oil will be processed and some has been burned. Also Sunday the independent supervisor of 20 billion dollars BP has promised to victims of the oil spill said every claim will be paid quickly. BP agreed last week to president Mr Obama’s request for payment for small businesses and people who have been hurt economically by the oil disaster.

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The () government is stating an emergence conditions in the south. More than a week of ethnic fighting that began in () and city of () killed 2000 people. Buriers have been removed in () but many ethnic () say they do not know if they return home because they fear new violence. The temporary government has blamed the ousted president () and his supporters for the violence. He denies all responsibility.

In Afghanistan 2 explosions in the south have killed 3 people and wounded 19 others. a spokesman for the governor in () province said a girl and two adults were killed Sunday in the first explosion in the provincial capital (). He said about 14 people were wounded at the explosion. Minute later a second bomb exploded near a school and wounded 5 more people including children and one Afghan soldier. In eastern () province a rocket hit a house Sunday killed 2 chidren.

China’s central bank said Sunday it will keep Yuan at what it called a reasonable and balance level. On Saturday China’s central bank has said it planned to ease exchange restrictions on Yuan. Also some day the bank announced Yuan’s value will be now based on the money of several different countries. For the past two years it has been linked to the value of the American dollar. The Chinese government has been under increasing pressure from the United States, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund to let Yuan increase in value.

A Hongkong publisher said Sunday he has stopped the printing of a book by former Chinese premier Lipeng. The book deals with the events that led to violence against pro-democracy protesters in

Tan’anmen Square
in Beijing. About 2000 copies of the Tan’anmen diary of Lipeng were to be sold in Hongkong on Tuesday. Publisher, () of a new central press said some organizations have made him aware of copy right problems. He refused to give details.

Finally in sports news Brazil has won a place in round of 16 at the World Cup in the South Africa. Brazil moved into the round of 16 after defeating Ivory Coast in a match in (). Earlier New Zealand shot the Italian team by limiting the defending World Cup Champions to a one-one tie. Also Sunday () defeating () 2 to 1.

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

Israel is easing its blocked of the Gaza Strip by permitting almost all non-military goods into the Palestinian territory.

Iraqi officials say two bomb explosions have killed at least 26 people in Baghdad.

And in () former defense minister () has won the presidential election by 69 percent of the vote.

That’s the news in VOA special English coming to you  from Washington

 

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 Israel is easing its blockade of the Gaza strip by permitting almost all non military goods into the Palestinian territory. Israel's cabinet approved new policy Sunday. It plans to replace its list of permitted goods with a new list of banned items. Anything not on the new list will be permitted to enter Gaza. Israel has been facing intense international pressure to end blockade of Gaza after its deadly raid on ships try to break the blockade. Officials in the administration of president Barack Obama said the new Israeli policy should help to improve conditions for Palestinians and still prevent the entry of weapons.
 
 Iraqi officals say two bomb explosions have killed at least 26 people in the capital Bagdad, more than 53 others were wounded. Police and hospital officials say the bombs were in cars and exploded within minutes of each other. Bagdad's security chief said the trade bank of Iraq and the government office were the probable targets. The explosions killed police officers and civilians. In another development, Iraqi police officers found bodies of several women Saturday in the eastern Zayouna neibourhood of Bagdad.
 
 In Poland early official results gave temporary president Bronisław Komorowski a slight lead in the presidential election. The election has been held to replaced president Lech Kaczynski who died April 10th in a plane crash in western Russia. The early result showed Mr. Komorowski has 40% of the vote, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the brother of the former president, has 38%. Leaderman is expected to win the 50% needed to avoid a second election on July 4th. Eight other candidates were far behind the two leading candidates in votes.
 
 In Columbia, former defense minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with 69% of the vote. Mr. Santos will replace president Alvaro Uribe who is leaving office after 8 years. The Green party candidate former Bagota mayor Antanas Mockus won 28% of the vote. Police say at least 7 police officers were killed in election day voilence, when a bomb exploded near a police car in the noisiest, three soldiers died in fighting with dwellers. Security has been an important issue in the presidential campaign. Rebels have been at war with Columbian goverment for more than 45 years.

 The statement from the oil company BP says it captures oil equal to 21,000 containers from its leaking well in the gulf of Mexio Saturday. That amount was less than the oil captured on Friday because the operation was stopped for repairs for 10 hours Saturday. The company said some oil will be processed and some has been burned. Also Sunday the independent surperviser of the 20 billion dollars BP has promised to victims of the oil spill said every claim will be paid quickly. BP agreed last week to president Obama's request for payments to some businesses and people who had been hurt economically by the oil disaster. 

 You are listening to the news in VOA Special English. 
  
 The Kyrgyz government is extending an emergency conditions in the south. More than a week ethnic fighting that began in the Osh at the city of Jalalabad,  killed 2,000 people. Barricades have been removed in the Osh. But many ethnic Uzbek say they do not known if they will return home because they fear new violence. The temporary Kyrgyz goverment has blamed ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev and his supporters for the violence. He denies all responsibility.

 In Afghanistan, two explosions in the south have killed 3 people and wounded 19 others. The spokesman for the governer and Helmand province said a girl and two adults were killed Sunday in the first explosion in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah. He said 14 people were wounded in that explosion. Minutes later, a second bomb exploded near a school and wounded 5 more people, including children and one Afghan soldier. In the eastern Nuphar province, a rocket hit a house Sunday, killing two children.

 Central Bank said Sunday it will keep Yuan at what it called a reasonable and balanced level. Saturday, China's Central Bank has said it plans to ease the exchange rate restrictions on the Yuan. Also Sunday the bank announced the Yuan's value will not be based on several different countries. For the past two years, it has been linked to the value of the American dollar. The Chinese government has been under an increasing pressure from the United States, the European Union and the International Moneytary Fund, to let the Yuan to increase in value.

 A HongKong publisher said Sunday he has stopped printing of a book by former Chinese premier Lipeng. The book deals with the events that lead the violence against pro democracy protests in TianAnMen Square in Beijing. About 20,000 copies of the TianAnMen diary of Lipeng would be sold in HongKong on Tuesday. Publisher Maopu, a New Century press, said some organisations had made a wear of copyright problem, he refused to give details.

 Finally is sports news. Brazil has won a place in the round of 16 at the World Cup of South Africa. Brazil moved into the round of 16 after defeating Ivory Coast in a match in Johannesburg. Earlier, New Zealand short the Italy team by limiting the Defending World Cup champion to a 1-1 tie. Also Sunday, Paraguay defeated Slovakia 2-1.

 And now briefly, here again is the major new of the hour.
 
 Israel is easing its blockade of the Gaza strip by permiting almost all non malitaty good into the Palestinian territory. Iraqi officails say tow bomb exlopsions have killed at least 26 people in Bagdad. And Columbia former defense minister Juan Manuel Santos has won the presidential election with 69% of the vote.

 That is the news in VOA Special news, coming to you from Washington.
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