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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第79期(2010年9月13日)

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1楼 作者:babyface 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is now 00:30, universal time, and here is the news in Special English from the Voice of America. I'm Robert Cohen in Washington.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank. "However," he says,"there could be some some limits on such projects." He said there will not be tens of thousands of homes build as one's planned. A ten-month-ban is set to end September twenty-sixth. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will leave the recently restarted peace talks, if building projects begin again. On Friday, President Obama urged Mr.Netanyahu to extend the ban.

Turkey's Prime Minister says about fifty-eight percent of voters have approved changes to the constitution. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the announcement Sunday, just hours after voting stations closed. He said about seventy-eight percent of voters marked ballots. The constitutional reforms are saying as important to Turkey's effort to join the European Union. The amendments gave  Parliament great powers in appointing judgement and government lawyers. Also, military leaders responsible for the overthrow of the government in 1980 would no longer be protected from arrest.

An Iranian government lawyer says an American detain for more than a year could soon be released. Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi told Iranian media Sunday, that Sarah Shord could be freed after paying 500,000 dollars for a temporary release until she faces trial. Her family says she needs medical treatment. Ms. Shord and two other Americans were arrested a year ago, on charges of illegally entering Iran. They were later accused of spying. The three deny spying.

China is increasing pressure on Japan to release a Chinese fishing boat and its crew. Japan detained the boat and crew last week after a crash with Japanese coast guard ships. The incident took place in disputed waters in the East China Sea. A Chinese Foreign Ministry official says China is firmly opposed to any Japanese investigation of the incident. The official says China would consider such an activity useless and illegal. Earlier Sunday, the Chinese government called for the presence of the Japanese ambassador.

World financial officials and central bankers have agreed to force banks to increase the amount of save valuables they hold in reserves. The officials met in Switzerland. They say the measure is needed to help avoid another world financial crisis. European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet says the agreement is a major step toward a long term financial security and growth. It would require banks to triple the amount of high quality assists they are currently required to hold in reserve. this would allow banks more protection against risky in vestments. The new rules are to go into effect in 2013. If leaders from the Group of Twenty Nations approve them, they are to meet in the South Korean capital Seoul in November.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English. 

Afghan officials say two protestors were killed, when security forces fired shoots to end demonstrations in the eastern part of the country. Several other people were wounded in the protests in Logar province. The Afghans were protesting a plan by an American clergyman to burn copies of the Koran, the Muslim holy book. Thousands of Afghans took part in similar protests Friday and Saturday. Some demonstrators appeared not to know that the clergyman the Reverend Terry Jones had canelled his plan.

Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected American missile struck has killed at least five militants in northwestern Pakistan. Several others are reported wounded. The officials say an unpiloted plane fired two missiles at a militant center in the village of Tataku near Miranshah the main town in the north Waziristan travel area. Also Sunday, a bomber was killed when his explosive devices exploded earlier than expected in the Pakistani administer part of Kashmir.

Officials in Guinea have banned street demonstrations after clashes between supporters of opposing candidates killed one person. At least, fifty others were wounded in the violence Saturday and Sunday. Supporters of presidential candidate Cellou Dalein Diallo and those royal to Alpha Conde fought in the street of Conakry, the capital. The fighting ended after security forces were deployed. Mr Diallo won forty-four percent of the votes in the first presidential election in June. Mr Conde came in second with eighteen percent. They face each other for a final election on September nineteenth.

In Uganda, the ruling party has nominated President Yoweri Museveni as its candidate in next year's presidential election. The President was approved without opposition on Sunday during a conference of the national resistant movement party. Mr Museveni has ruled Uganda since ceasing power in 1986. He's expected opponent in next year's election is Kizza Besigye. He was defeated by Mr Museveni in the 2006 election.

Russian officials say at least eight militants and an anti terror official were killed Sunday in Dagestan. The Itar-Tass  news agency says the militants were killed in a gun fight just outside Dagestan's capital Makhachkala. The report says the suspects fired on the police after refusing to surrender. Hours earlier, a leading anti terror official was killed by unknown gunmen near the interior ministry. Gapal Gadzhiyev was the head of the anti extremism police department, Russian media say he died from machine gun fire from a passing car as he drove to work. Russian police have arrested at least thirty opposition activists near the mayor's office in Moscow. The activists were attempting to protest both the city and federal government, but were arrested almost immediately. Police said the activists did not have permission to demonstrate. The Russian constitution guarantees the right to march. But Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says police will arrest protestors who do not get official permission.

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

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Turkey's Prime Minister says about fifty-eight percent of voters have approved changes to the constitution. And in Switzerland world financial officials have agreed on new rules on the amount of save assists, banks must hold in reserve.

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

2楼 作者:babyface 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
"He's expected opponent in next year's election is Kizza Besigye" should be "His expected opponent in next year's election is Kizza Besigye" ^_^
  第3楼 作者:libra 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS --- Sep 13th, 2010

 

Written by Voice of America     听写交流稿,错误之处请多多指正!

 

It is now 00:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English from the Voice of America. I'm Robert Cohen in Washington.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank. However, he says there could be some limits on such projects. He said there will not be tens of thousands of homes built as once planned. A ten-month ban is set to end September 26th. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will leave the recently restarted peace talks if building projects begin again. On Friday, President Obama urged Mr. Netanyahu to extend the ban.

 

Turkey's Prime Minister says about 58% of voters have approved changes to the constitution. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the announcement Sunday just hours after voting stations closed. He said about 78% of voters marked ballots. The constitutional reforms are seen as important to Turkey's effort to join the European Union. The amendments give parliament greater powers in appointing judge men and government lawyers. Also military leaders responsible for the overthrow of the government in 1980 would no longer be protected from arrest.

 

An Iranian government lawyer says an American detained for more than a year could soon be released. Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi told Iranian media Sunday that Sarah Shourd could be freed after paying 500,000 dollars for a temporary release until she faces trial. Her family says she needs medical treatment. Ms. Shourd and 2 other Americans were arrested a year ago on charges of illegally entering Iran. They were later accused of spying. The 3 deny spying.

 

China is increasing pressure on Japan to release a Chinese fishing boat and its crew. Japan detained the boat and crew last week after a crash with Japanese Coast Guard ships. The incident took place in disputed waters in the East China Sea. A Chinese Foreign Ministry official says China is formally opposed to any Japanese investigation of the incident. The official says China would consider such an activity useless and illegal. Earlier Sunday, the Chinese government called for the presence of the Japanese ambassador.

 

World financial officials and central banks have agreed to force banks to increase the amount of safe valuables they hold in reserves. The officials met in Switzerland. They say the measure is needed to help avoid another world financial crisis. European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet says the agreement is a major step toward long-term financial security and growth. It would require banks to triple the amount of high-quality assets they are currently required to hold in reserve. This would allow banks more protection against risky investments. The new rules are to go into effect in 2013, if leaders from the Group of 20 nations approve them.. They are to meet in the South Korean capital, Seoul in November.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

Afghan officials say 2 protesters were killed when security forces fired shots to end demonstrations in the eastern part of the country. Several other people were wounded in the protests in Logar province. The Afghans were protesting a plan by an American clergyman to burn copies of the Quran, the Muslim Holy Book. Thousands of Afghans took part in similar protests Friday and Saturday. Some demonstrators appeared not to know that the clergyman, the Reverend Terry Jones had canceled his plan.

 

Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected American missile strike has killed at least 5 militants in northwestern Pakistan. Several others are reported wounded. The officials say an unpiloted plane fired 2 missiles at a militant's center in the village of Datta Khel near Miranshah,the may town in the North Waziristan tribal area. Also Sunday, a bomber was killed when his explosive devices exploded earlier than expected in the Pakistani administer part of Kashmir. Officials in Guinea have banned street demonstrations after clashes between supporters of opposing candidates killed one person. At least 50 others were wounded in the violence Saturday and Sunday. Supporters of presidential candidate Cellou Dalein Diallo and those loyal to Alpha Conde fought in the streets of Conakry, the capital. The fighting ended after security forces were deployed. Mr. Diallo won 44% of the votes in the first presidential election in June. Mr. Conde came in second with 18%. They face each other for a final election on September 19th.

 

In Uganda, the ruling party has nominated President Yoweri Museveni as its candidate in next year's presidential election. The president was approved without opposition on Sunday during a conference of the National Resistance Movement party. Mr. Museveni has ruled Uganda since seizing power in 1986. His expected opponent in next year's election is Kizza Besigye. He was defeated by Mr. Museveni in the 2006 election.

 

Russian officials say at least 8 militants and an anti-terror official were killed Sunday in Dagestan. The Itar-Tass news agency says the militants were killed in a gun fight just outside Dagestan's capital, Makhachkala. The report says the suspects fired on the police after refusing to surrender. Hours earlier, a leading anti-terror was killed by unknown gunmen near the Interior Ministry. Gapal Gadzhiyev was the head of the anti-extremism police department. Russian media say he died from machine gun fire from a passing car as he drove to work.. Russian police have arrested at least 30 opposition activists near the mayor's office in Moscow. The activists were attempting to protest both the city and federal government, but were arrested almost immediately. Police said the activists did not have permission to demonstrate. The Russian constitution guarantees the right to march, but Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says police will arrest protesters who do not get official permission.

 

Briefly now, here again is the major news of the hours.

 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Turkey's Prime Minister says about 58% of voters have approved changes to the constitution. And in Switzerland, world financial officials have agreed on new rules on the amount of safe assets banks must hold in reserves.

 

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

4楼 作者:bert 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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It is now zero hour thirty Universal Time and here is the news in Special English from the Voice of America. I'm Robert Cohen in Washington.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank. However, he says there could be some limits on such projects. He said there will not be tens of thousands of homes built as once planned. A ten-month ban is set to end September twenty-sixth. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will leave the recently restarted peace talks if building projects begin again. On Friday, President Obama urged Mister Nentanyahu to extend the ban.
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Turkey's Prime Minister says about fifty-eight percent of voters have approved changes to the constitution. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the announcement Sunday just hours after voting stations closed. He said about seventy-eight percent of voters marked ballots. The constitutional reforms are seen as important to Turkey's effort to join the European Union. The amendments give parliament greater powers in appointing judge men and government lawyers. Also, military leaders responsible for the overthrown of the government in nineteen-eighty would longer be protected from a rest.
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An Iranian government lawyer says an American detain for more than a year could soon be released. Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi told Iranian media Sunday that Sarah Shourd could be freed after paying five hundred thousand dollars for a temporary release until she faces trial. Her family says she needs medical treatment. Miss Shourd and two other Americans were arrested a year ago on charges of illegally entering Iran. They were late accused of spying. The three deny spying.
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China is increasing pressure on Japan to release a Chinese fishing boat and its crew. Japan detained the boat and crew last week after a crash with Japanese coast guard ships. The incident took place in disputed waters in the East China Sea. A Chinese Foreign Ministry official says China is firmly opposed to any Japanese investigation of the incident. The official says China would consider such an activity useless and illegal. Earlier Sunday, the Chinese government called for the presence of the Japanese ambassador.
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World financial officials and central bankers have agreed to force banks to increase the amount of save valuables they hold in reserves. The officials met in Switzerland. They say the measure is needed to help avoid another world financial crisis. European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet says the agreement is a major step toward long term financial security and growth. It would require banks to triple the amount of high quality assets they are currently required to hold in reserve. This would allow banks more protection against risky investments. The new rules are to go into effect in twenty thirteen, if leaders from the Group of Twenty nations approve them. They are to meet in the South Korean capital Seoul in November.

You're listening to the news in VOA Special English.
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Afghan officials say two protesters were killed, when security forces fired shots to end demonstrations in the eastern part of the country. Several other people were wounded in the protests in Logar province. The Afghans were protesting a plan by an American clergyman to burn copies of the Koran, the Muslim holly book. Thousands of Afghans took part in similar protests Friday and Saturday. Some demonstrators appeared not to know that the clergyman, the Terry Jones, had cancelled his plan.
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Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected American missile strike has killed at least five militants in northwestern Pakistan. Several others are reportedly wounded. The officials say an unpiloted plane fired two missiles at a militant center in the village of Datta Khel near Miranshah, the main town in the North Waziristan tribal area. Also Sunday, a bomber was killed when his explosive devices exploded earlier than expected in the Pakistani administered part of Kashmir.
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Officials in Guinea have banned street demonstrations after clashes between supporters of opposing candidates killed one person. At least fifty others were wounded in the violence Saturday and Sunday. Supporters of presidential candidates Cellou Dalein Diallo and those loyal to Alpha Conde fought in the streets of Conakry, the capital. The fighting ended after security forces were deployed. Mister Diallo won forty-four percent of the votes in the first presidential election in June. Mister Conde came in second with eighteen percent. They face each other for a final election on September nineteenth.
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In Uganda, the ruling part has nominated President Yoweri Museveni as its candidate in next year's presidential election. The president was approved without opposition on Sunday during a conference of the National Resistance Movement Party. Mister Museveni has ruled Uganda since seizing power in nineteen eighty-six. His expected opponent in next year's election is Kizza Besigye. He was defeated by Mister Museveni in the two thousand six election.
[→7:44]

Russian officials say at least eight militants and an Anti-Terror official were killed Sunday in Dagestan. The Itar-Tass news agency says the militants were killed in a gun fight just outside Dagestan's capital Makhachkala. The report says the suspects fired on the police after refusing to surrender. Hours earlier, a leading Anti-Terror official was killed by unknown gunmen near the Interior Ministry. Gapal Gadzhiyev was the head of the Anit-Extremism police department. Russian media say he died from machine gun fire from a passing car as he drove to work.
[→8:38]

Russian police have arrested at least thirty opposition activists near the mayor's office in Moscow. The activists were attempting to protest both the city and federal government but were arrested almost immediately. Police said the activists did not have permission to demonstrate. The Russian constitution guarantees the right to mark. But Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says police will arrest protesters who do not get official permission.
[→9:17]

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

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Turkey's Prime Minister says about fifty-eight percent of voters have approved changes to the constitutions.
And in Switzerland, world financial officials have agreed on new rules on the amount of save assets banks must hold in reserves.

That's the news in Special English from VOA coming to you from Washington, D.C.
22:58(总共用时1小时30分)

5楼 作者:lucia li 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS –September 13, 2010

Written by Voice of America.

It is now 00:30 universal time and here is the news in special English from the Voice of America. I am Robert Klan in Washington.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the west bank. However, he says there could be some limits on such projects. He said there will not be tens of thousands of homes built as once planned. A ten-month ban is sent to end September 26th. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will leave the recently restarted peace talks if building projects begin again. On Friday, President Obama urged Mr. Netanyahu to extend the ban.

Turkey ’s Prime Minister says about 58% of voters have approved changes to the constitution. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the announcement Sunday. Just hours after voting stations closed, he said about 78% of voters marked the ballots. The constitutional reforms are seen as important to Turkey’s effort to join the European Union. The amendments give parliament greater powers in appointing judgment and government lawyers. Also military leaders responsible for the overthrow of the government in 1980 would no longer be protected from the rest.

An Iranian government lawyer says an American detained for more than a year could soon be released. Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi told Iranian media Sunday that Sarah Shourd could be freed after paying 500,000 dollars for temporary release until she faces trial. Her family says she needs medical treatment. Ms. Shourd and two other Americans were arrested a year ago on charges of illegally entering Iran. They were later accused of spying. The three denied spying.

China is increasing pressure on Japan to release a Chinese fishing boat and its crew. Japan detained the boat and crew last week after a crash with Japanese coastguard ships. The incident took place in disputed waters in the East China Sea. A Chinese foreign ministry official says China is formally opposed to any Japanese investigation of the incident. The official says China would consider such an activity useless and illegal. Earlier Sunday the Chinese government called for the presence of the Japanese ambassador.

World financial officials and central bankers have agreed to force banks to increase the amount of safe valuables they hold in reserve. The officials met in Switzerland. They say the measure is needed to help avoid another world financial crisis. European central bank president Jean-Claude Trichet says the agreement is the major step toward long-term financial security and growth. It would require banks to triple the amount of high quality assets they are currently required to hold in reserve. This would allow banks more protection against risky investments. The new rules are to go into a fact in 2013 if leaders from the group of 20 Nations approve them. They are to meet in the South Korean capital Soul in November.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Afghan officials say two protestors were killed when security forces fired shots to end demonstrations in the eastern part of the country. Several other people were wounded in the protests in Logar Province. The Afghans were protesting a plan by an American clergyman to burn copies of the Koran, the Muslim Holy book. Thousands of Afghans took part in similar protests Friday and Saturday. Some demonstrators appeared not to know that the clergyman, the Rev. Terry Jones had cancelled his plan.

Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected American missile strike has killed at least 5 militants in northwestern Pakistan. Several others were reportedly wounded. The officials say an unpiloted plane fired two missiles at militants’ center in the village of Datta Khel near Miramshah, the main town in the North Waziristan tribal area. Also Sunday, a bomber was killed when his explosive devices exploded earlier than expected in the Pakistani administer part of Kashmir.

Officials in Guinea have banned straight demonstrations after clashes between supporters of opposing candidates killed one person. At least 50 others were wounded in the violence Saturday and Sunday. Supporters of presidential candidate Cellou Dalein Diallo and those royal to Alpha Conde fought in the streets of Conakry, the capital. The fighting ended after security forces were deployed. Mr. Diallo won 44% of the votes in the first presidential election in June. Mr. Conde came in second with 18%. They face each other for a final election on September 19th.

In Uganda, the ruling party has nominated President Yoweri Museveni as its candidate in next year’s presidential election. The president was approved without operation on Sunday during a conference of the National Resistance Movement party. Mr. Museveni has ruled Uganda since seizing power in 1986. His expected opponent in next year’s election is Kizza Besigye. He was defeated by Mr. Museveni in the 2006 election.

Russian officials say at least 8 militants and anti-terror official were killed Sunday in Dagestan. The Itar-Tass news agency says the militants were killed in a gunfight just outside Gagestan’s capital Makhachkala. The reporter says the suspects fired on the police after refusing to surrender. Hours earlier, a leading anti-terror official was killed by unknown gunmen near the interior ministry. Gapal Gadzhiev was the head of the anti-extremism police department. Russian media say he died from machine gun fire from a passing car as he drove to work.

Russian police have arrested at least 30 opposition activists near the mayor office in Moscow. The activists were attempting to protest both the city and federal government but were arrested almost immediately. Police said the activists did not have permission to demonstrate. The Russian constitution guarantees the right to March, but Prime Minister says police will arrest protestors who do not get official permission.

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

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not extend a ban on the building of Jewish settlements in the west bank.

Turkey ’s Prime Minister says about 58% of voters have approved changes to the constitution.

And in Switzerland, world financial officials have agreed on new rules on the amount of safe assets banks must hold in reserve.

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


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