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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第80期(2010年9月20日)

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

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1楼 作者:babyface 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

Iraqi officials say 3 bomb attacks in Baghdad and a bombing in Fallujah have killed at least 36 people and wounded many more. Police and hospital official said a suicide bomber attacked army troops in the business center of Fallujah, killing at least 5 people. Two cars containing bombs exploded in different areas of the Iraqi capital. The explosions killed at least 29 people. Also, on Sunday, Iraqi police said a bomb killed 2 people on a road in northwestern, Baghdad.

Officials in Turkistan say at least 20 soldiers died in an attack Sunday. The attack took place in the Rachet Valley about 250 kilometers, east of Dushambe,the Taji capital. Soldiers are searching the area for Islamic militants. The militants escaped from a Dushambe prison on August,23rd after killing several prison guards. Taji officials think the escaped prisoners have ties to al-Qaida.

The main election observer group in Afghanistan is questioning the legality of the parliamentary elections held on Saturday. The Free and Fair Elections Foundation of Afghanistan says it had serious concerns about the quality of the vote. Another group of observers Democracy International, said it was still collecting information. That group said it was very difficult to judge the success of the elections so soon after they had taken place. Final election results are not expected until October.

Secretary of State Hillary Colinton says strengthened economic and financial sanctions against Iran are, in her words, biting. The Secretary of State said that many reports from the area have confirmed the effect of the measures. Secretary Colinton expressed concern about the increasing power of Iran's military and the Revolutionary Guards in Iranian political life. And she said the United States wants Iran to return to international talks about its nuclear program and permit full inspections of its nuclear centers.

An American who was detained in Iran for more than a year says neither she nor the two men jailed with her are guilty of any crime. Sarah Shourd called their detention a huge misunderstanding. She told reporters in New York Sunday that she is thankful for being released. However, she noted that her boyfriend Shane Bauer and their friend Josh Fattal are still being held in Iran. Sarah Shourd thanked Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini for her release. Earlier Sunday, the Iranian President said the Obama administration should now free 8 Iranians who he says were arrested illegally by the United States.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The southern coast of China is preparing for Typhoon Fanapi. Weather officials have raised the typhoon to their second highest warning level. The Chinese government has said the storm could be the strongest to hit the country this year. In Fujian Province, officials ordered fishermen to stay away from the coast. More than 186,000 people have been told to leave the area. Many businesses there were closed Sunday.

An American official says work crews have permanently covered a well that polluted the Gulf of Mexico. Retired Coast Guard Adm Thad Allen spoke 5 months after an explosion on an oil rig led to the worst oil spill in American history. He announced Sunday that the oil well is, in his word, effectively dead and no longer a threat to the Gulf. Earlier workers for BP had carried out a final pressure test.

The Defense Ministry in Colombia says the military killed at least 18 suspected gorillas Sunday near the border with Ecuador. The military offensive took place in Putumayo province. The area formerly was home to supporters of the revolutionary armed forces of Colombia or FARC. Drug traders also operated along the border. Nearly 40 security force members had been killed in a series of attacks since the beginning of September. 

Four people are dead after an explosion at an apartment building and a shooting at a hospital in southern Germany. Police in the town of Loerrach reported hearing the explosion and saw an armed woman running from the building. Police said she ran to the hospital where she shot and killed a hospital worker. She shot and seriously wounded a policeman before other officers shot and killed the woman. German police later found the bodies of a man and young child inside the apartment building. Officials in the Netherlands say they have arrested a British man on suspicion of links to terrorism. Government lawyer said guards arrested the man Sunday at Schipol airport after landing on a flight from Britain. The man was purposed to be flying to Uganda. Dutch official said the suspect is of Somali ancestry. A spokesman for the lawyer said British officials had provided information that led to the arrest.

Finally, this news.

Pope Benedict led a religious service Sunday in the British city of Birmingham. More than 50,000 people gathered in a cold rain for the event. They watched the Pope prays the work of Cardinal John Henry Newman, a 19th century Catholic leader. Pope Benedict also marked the 70th anniversary of the battle of Britain. Some historians say the failure of Germany to destroy Britain's air defences was the first major German defeat of World War II. Later Sunday British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke to the Pope at the end of his 4-day visit. Mr.Cameron said the Roman Catholic leader had appealed to people in Britain to sit up and think.

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

Iraqi officials say 4 bombs have killed at least 36 people and wounded many more. The main election observer group in Afghanistan is questioning the illegality of the country's parliamentary elections. And southern China is preparing for Typhoon Fanapi.

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

2楼 作者:babyface 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
Officials in Tajikistan say at least 20 soldiers died in an attack Sunday. The attack took place in the Racht Valley about 250 kilometers, east of Dushanbe,the Tajik capital. Soldiers are searching the area for Islamic militants. The militants escaped from a Dushanbe prison on August,23rd after killing several prison guards. Tajik officials think the escaped prisoners have ties to al-Qaida.
  第3楼 作者:libra 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS --- Sep 20th, 2010

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

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

Iraqi officials say 3 bomb attacks in Baghdad and a bombing in Fallujah have killed at least 36 people and wounded many more. Police and hospital officers said a suicide bomber attacked army troops in the business center of Fallujah killing at least 5 people. 2 cars containing bombs exploded in different areas of the Iraqi capital. The explosions killed at least 29 people. Also on Sunday, Iraqi police said a bomb killed 2 people on a road in northwestern Baghdad.

Officials in Tajikistan say at least 20 soldiers died in an attack Sunday. The attack took place in the Racht valley, about 250 kilometers east of Dushanbe, the Tajik capital. Soldiers are searching the area for Islamic militants. The militants escaped from a Dushanbe prison on August 23rd after killing several prison guards. Tajik officials think the escaped prisoners have ties to Al-Qaeda.

The main election observer group in Afghanistan is questioning the legality of the parliamentary elections held on Saturday. The free and fair elections foundation of Afghanistan says it had serious concerns about the quality of the vote. Another group of observers, Democracy International, said it was still collecting information. That group said it was very difficult to judge the success of the elections so soon after they had taken place. Final election results are not expected until October.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says strengthened economic and financial sanctions against Iran are in her words "biting". The Secretary of State said that many reports from the area have confirmed the effect of the measures.

Secretary Clinton expressed concern about the increasing power of Iran's military and the Revolutionary Guards in Iranian political life. And she said the United States wants Iran to return to international talks about its nuclear program and permit full inspections of its nuclear centers.

An American who was detained in Iran for more than a year says neither she nor the 2 men jailed with her are guilty of any crime. Sarah Shourd called their detention a huge misunderstanding. She told reporters in New York Sunday that she is thankful for being released. How ever, she noted that her boyfriend, Shane Bauer and their friend Josh Fattal are still being held in Tehran. Sarah Shourd thanked Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for her release. Earlier Sunday, the Iranian President said the Obama administration should now free 8 Iranians who he says were arrested illegally by the United States.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

The southern coast of China is preparing for Typhoon Fanapi. Weather officials have raised the typhoon to their second highest warning level. The Chinese government has said the storm could be the strongest to hit the country this year. In Fujian province, officials ordered fishermen to stay away from the coast. More than 186,000 people have been told to leave the area. Many businesses there were closed Sunday.

An American official says work crews have permanently covered a well that polluted the Gulf of Mexico. Retired Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen spoke 5 months after an explosion on an oil rig led to the worst oil spill in American history. He announced Sunday that the oil well is, in his words, effectively dead and no longer a threat to the Gulf. Earlier, workers for BP had carried out a final pressure test.

The Defense Ministry in Colombia says the military killed at least 18 suspected guerrillas Sunday near the border with Ecuador. The military offensive took place in Putumayo province. The area formally was home to supporters of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC. Drug traders also operated along the border. Nearly 40 security force members have been killed in a series of attacks since the beginning of September.

4 people are dead after an explosion at an apartment building and a shooting at a hospital in southern Germany. Police in the town of Loerrach, reported hearing the explosion and saw an armed woman running from the building. Police said she run to the hospital where she shot and killed a hospital worker. She shot and seriously wounded a policeman before other officers shot and killed the woman. German police later found the bodies of a man and young child inside the apartment building.

Officials in the Netherlands say they have arrested a British man on suspicion of links to terrorism. Government lawyers said guards arrested the man Sunday at Schiphol airport after landing on a flight from Britain. The man was supposed to be flying to Uganda. Dutch officials said the suspect is of Somali ancestry. A spokesman for the lawyers said British officials had provided information that led to the arrest.

Finally this news: Pope Benedict led a religious service Sunday in the British city of Birmingham. More than 50,000 people gathered in a cold rain for the event. They watched the Pope prays the worker of Cardinal John Henry Newman, a 19th century Catholic leader. Pope Benedict also marked the 70th anniversary of the battle of Britain. Some historians say the failure of Germany to destroy Britain's air defenses was the first major German defeat of World War II. Later Sunday, British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke to the Pope at the end of his 4-day visit. Mr. Cameron said the Roman Catholic leader had appealed to people in Britain to "sit up and think".

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

Iraqi officials say 4 bombs have killed at least 36 people and wounded many more. The main election observer group in Afghanistan is questioning the legality of the country's parliamentary elections. And southern China is preparing for Typhoon Fanapi.

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

4楼 作者:bert 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

2010.9.21
6:05
It is zero hour thirty Universal Time and here is the news in Special English.

Iraqi officials say three bomb attacks in Baghdad and bombing in Fallujah have killed at least thirty-six people and wounded many more. Police and hospital officials said a suicide bomber attacked army troops in the business center of Fallujah, killing at least five people. Two cars containing bombs exploded in different areas of the Iraqi capital. The explosions killed at least twenty-nine people. Also on Sunday, Iraqi police said a bomb killed two people on road in northeastern Baghdad.
[→0:55]

Officials in Tajikistan say at least twenty soldiers died in an attack on Sunday. The attack took place in the Racht Valley about two hundred fifty kilometers east of Dushanbe, the Tajik capital. Soldiers are searching the area for Islamic militants. The militants escaped from a Dushanbe prison on August twenty-third after killing several prison guards. Tajik officials think the escaped prisoners have ties to Al-Qaeda.
[→1:35]

The main election observer group in Afghanistan is questioning the legality of the parliamentary elections held on Saturday. The Free and Fair Election's Foundation of Afghanistan says it had serious concerns about the quality of the vote. Another group of observers, Democracy International, said it was still collecting information. That group said it was very difficult to judge the success of the elections so soon after they had taken place. Final elections results are not expected until October.
[→2:20]

Secretary of State Hilary Clinton says strengthened economic and financial sanctions against Iran are in her words biting. The Secretary of State said that many reports from the area have confirmed the effect of the measures. Secretary Clinton expressed concern about the increasing power of Iran's military and the revolutionary guards in Iranian political life. And she said the United States wants Iran to return to international talks about its nuclear program and permit full inspections of its nuclear centers.
[→3:09]

An American who was detained in Iran for more than a year says neither she nor the two men jailed with her are guilty of any crime. Sarah Shore called their detention a huge misunderstanding. She told reporters in New York Sunday that she is thankful for being released. However, she noted that her boyfriend, Shan Belen and their friend Jas Betaul still being held in Tehran. Sarah Shore thanked Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for her release. Earlier Sunday, the Iranian President said the Obama administration should now free eight Iranians who he says were arrested illegal by the United States.
[→4:15]

You're listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Southern coast of China is preparing for typhoon Fanapi. Weather officials have raised the typhoon to their second highest warning level. The Chinese government has said the storm could be the strongest to hit the country this year. In Fujian province, officials ordered fishermen to stay away from the coast. More than one hundred eighty-six thousand people have been told to leave the area. Many businesses there were closed Sunday.
[→5:03]

An American official says work crews have permanently covered a well that polluted the Gulf of Mexico. Retired coast guard Admiral Thad Allen spoke five months after an explosion on an oil rid led to the worst oil spill in American history. He announced Sunday that the oil well is in his words affectively dead and no longer a threat to the Gulf. Earlier, workers for BP have carried out a final pressure test.
[→5:48]

The Defense Ministry in Colombia says the military killed at least eighteen suspected guerrillas Sunday near the border with Ecuador. The military offensive took place in Putumayo province. The area formerly was home to supporters of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC. Drug traders also operated along the border. Nearly forty security force members have been killed in a series of attacks since the beginning of September.
[→6:32]

Four people are dead after an explosion at an apartment building and a shooting at a hospital in southern Germany. Police in the town of Loerrach reported hearing the explosion and saw an armed woman running from the building. Police said she ran to hospital where she shot and killed a hospital worker. She shot and seriously wounded a policeman before other officials shot and killed the woman. German police later found the bodies of a man and a young child inside the apartment building.
[→7:18]

Officials in Netherlands say they have arrested a British man on suspension of links to terrorism. Government lawyers said guards arrested the man Sunday at Schiphol airport after the landing on a flight from Britain. The man was supposed to be flying to Uganda. Dutch officials said the suspect is of Somali ancestor. Spokesman to the lawyers said British officials had provided information that led to the arrest.
[→8:02]

Finally this news. Pope Benedict led a religious service Sunday in the British city of Birmingham. More than fifty thousand people gathered in a cold rain for the event. They watched the Pope praised the work of Cardinal John Henry Newman, the nineteenth century Catholic leader. Pope Benedict also marked the seventieth anniversary of the battle of Britain. Some historians say the failure of Germany to destroy Britain's air defense was the first major German defeat of World War Two. Late Sunday, British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke to the Pope at the end of his four-day visit. Mister Cameron said the Roman Catholic leader had appealed to people in Britain to set up and fake.
[→9:11]

And now, briefly, here again is the major news of the hour.
Iraqi officials say four bombs have killed at least thirty-six people and wounded many more.
The main election observer group in Afghanistan is question the legality of the country's parliamentary elections.
And southern China is preparing for typhoon Fanapi.
That's the news in VOA Special English coming your way from Washington.
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