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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第90期(2010年12月7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。

然而,World News 专题却只有节目MP3录音,没有配套的标准文本。很多人觉得这很遗憾,但事实上,它巧妙地为我们提供了一次更好地学习和互动的机会——参与World News 听写 PK大赛活动。此项赛事,要求所有参赛者提交自己的原创听写稿。正因为没有“标准答案”可供参考,所以World News 听写 PK大赛才具可行性。举办World News听写PK大赛旨在帮助网友加强学习交流,提高学习兴趣,丰富网站活动,欢迎各位英语爱好者积极参与!

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1楼 作者:袁芳 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
请问为什么我有好几天都 看不到WORLD NEWS可以下载啊 ??出问题了还是怎么了??急···········严重影响学习
2楼 作者:lucia li 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

这个星期一12月6日的新闻录音也没法下载。怎么啦?

  第3楼 作者:Snoopy 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

Here is the news in Special English. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.
The Wikileaks website says it will continue to release secret American documents even after the arrest of its editor-in-chief Julian Assange. Wikileaks announced Tuesday that his arrest will not affect the operation of the website. And it announced plans to release more cables. Mr Assange surrendered to police in London after Sweden ordered his arrest over suspected sex crimes. He denies the accusation against him. Mr Assange appeared in a London court Tuesday and was denied bail. He will be in jail until December 14th.. The case against him results from claims made by 2 women he met in Sweden in August. The case apparently is not connected to wikileaks publication of American diplomatic cables.

The chief nuclear negotiator for Iran says his country is not willing to compromise over its nuclear rights in future talks with world powers. Saeed Jalili spoke Tuesday after he and representatives of the world powers agree to meet early next year in Turkey. He said they only agree to hold talks based on cooperation defined what he called common ground. Mr Jalili spoke to reporters after 2 days of negotiation in Geneva. He met there with the European Union's top diplomat and representatives of 6 other countries. The 6 are the 5 permanent members of United Nation's  security counsel and Germany. Earlier E.U. Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton said the planned talks will deal with what she called the core concerns of the 6 countries about Iran's atomic plans.

America's Defence Secretary has made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan. Robert Gate will meet with the American commanders and Afghan President Hamid Kazai. Mr Gate arrived Tuesday as the Obama Administration prepare to release a progress report about the Afghan war.
A defence Department spokesman said Mr Gate is in his words feeling pretty good about the progress in Afghanistan. On Monday the head of American and NATO forces in the country spoke about the readiness of the Afghanistan army to accept security responsibilities. General David Pertraeus said he cannot say for sure if that will happen in 2014 as planned. British Prime Minister David Cameron also has made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan. His airplane arrived Monday in Helmom province that is where most British troops in Afghanistan are deployed. Mr. Cameron said Britain top military officials said recent security improvement could let Britain begin withdrawing troops next year. The military official General David Richard praised the progress made during the past 3 months.
You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Reports from Central Somalia say fighting between competing groups has killed at least 15 people and injured several others. The fighting started late Monday in Mudug an area near the border of the partly self governing Puntland.
People there say most of the killed or injured were members of clan militias(民兵).
Reports say the Sa'ad and Majerteen clans were fighting about availability of land in the area. They opposing groups live next to one another. But they have a long history of fighting.

Guinea(几内亚) has partly reopened its borders and eased a night time curfew. Prime minister Jean Marie Dore announced on state television late Monday that Guinea's air and sea borders are now open. But land borders remains closed. Mr Dore the curfew has been reduced from 12 hours to 8 from 10 at night to 6 in the morning. The country has been generally calm since the supreme court confirmed last week that Alpha Conde won the presidential election. There were clashes between supporters of Mr Conde and his opponent Cellou Dalein Diallo. The vote was Guinea's first three election since the country won independence from France 1958.

The World Health Organization is providing a new meningitis(脑炎) vaccine to the Western African nation of Burkina Faso(布基纳法索). The new vaccine is called MenAfriVac. It offers 10 years of protection against the often deadly kind of the disease that infects the lining around the brain and spinal cord. Next Monday healthy workers will begin giving the vaccine to about 12 million people in Burkina Faso. Similar vaccination campaigns are planned for Mali(马里共和国) and Niger尼日亚). The WHO says it hopes to protect people in 25 African countries where meningitis is a serious problem.

In Zimbabwe state media the country's central plans to dismiss 1600 employees that represent about 3/4 of the bank's work force. Central bank governor Gideon Gono reportedly told a parliamentary committee of the plan on Monday. The state operated Herald news paper said the bank wants to reform its main duties as a monetary authority. The reserve bank of Zimbabwe  gave jobs to hundreds of new employees in recent years as it sought to help the country's economy.

And the number of mountain gorillas living in Central Africa has grown by more than 25% over the past 7 years. A population count by wild life organizations shows the increase in the area's gorillas. Their numbers have risen from 380 to 480 since 2003. The gorillas live in the Virunga Massif area which is made of the connected parks. The three are in Rwanda Uganda and the Democratic republic of Congo.

And now briefly here again is the major of the hour in special English.
The Wikileaks website says it will continue to release secret American documents even after the arrest of its editor-in-chief Julian Assange. He surrendered to police in London after Sweden ordered his arrest over suspected sex crimes. He appeared in a London court Tuesday and was denied bail. And in late news West Africa leaders are holding emergency talks about the political crisis in Ivory Coast. The talk are taking place in Nigeria'a capital Abuja. Neither of Ivory Coasts presidential candidates was invited to the meeting.
That's the news in VOA Special English.

4楼 作者:lucia li 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

WORLD NEWS –December 7, 2010

Written by Voice of America.

Here is the news in special English. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

The Wikileaks website says it will continue to release secret American documents even after the arrest of its editor in chief Julian Assange. Wikileaks announced Tuesday that his arrest will not affect the operation of the website and it announced plans to release more cables. Mr. Assange surrendered to police in London after Sweden ordered his arrest over suspected sex crimes. He denies the accusations against him. Mr. Assange appeared in a London court Tuesday and was denied bail. He will be in jail until December 14th. The case against him results from claims made by 2 women he met in Sweden in August. The case apparently is not connected to Wikileaks publication of American diplomatic cables.

The nuclear negotiator for Iran says his country is not willing to compromise over its nuclear rights in future talks with world powers. Saeed Jalili spoke Tuesday after he and representatives of the world powers agree to meet early next year in Turkey. He said they only agreed to hold talks based on cooperation to find what he called common ground. Mr. Jalili spoke to reporters after 2 days of negotiations in Geneva. He met there with the European Unions top diplomat and representatives of 6 other countries. The six are the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany. Earlier EU foreign policy Chief Catherine Ashton said the planned talks will deal with what she called the core concerns of the six countries about Iran’s atomic plans.

America ’s defense secretary has made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan. Robert Gates will meet with the American commanders and Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Mr. Gates arrived Tuesday as the Obama administration prepares to release a progress report about the Afghan war. A defense department spokesman said Mr. Gates is in his words feeling pretty good about the progress in Afghanistan. On Monday, The head of American and NATO forces in the country spoke about the readiness of the Afghan army to accept security responsibilities. General David Petraeus said he cannot say for sure if that will happen in 2014 as planned.

British Prime Minister David Cameron also has made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan. His airplane arrived Monday in Helmand Province. That is where the most British troops in Afghanistan are deployed. Mr. Cameron said Britain’s top military official said recent security improvements could let Britain begin withdrawing troops next year. The military official General David Richards praised the progress made during the past three months.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

Reports from central Somalia say fighting between competing groups has killed at least 15 people and injured several others. The fighting started late Monday in Mudug, an area near the border of the partly self-governing Puntland. People there say most of those killed or injured were members of clan militias. Reports say the Sa, ad and Majerteen clans were fighting about availability of land in the area. The opposing groups live next to one another. But they have a long history of fighting.

Guinea has partly reopened its borders and eased a nighttime curfew. Prime Minister Jean-Marie Dore announced on state Television late Monday that Guinea’s air and sea borders are now open. But land borders remain closed. Mr. Dore said the curfew has been reduced from 12 hours to 8 from 10 at night to 6 in the morning. The country has been generally come since the Supreme Court confirmed last week that Alpha Conde won the presidential election. There were clashes between supporters of Mr. Conde and his opponent Cellou Dalein Diallo. The vote was Guinea’s first free election since the country won independence from France in 1958.

The World Health Organization is providing a new Meningitis vaccine to the West African nations of Burkina Faso. The new vaccine is called MenAfriVac. It offers 10 years of protection against the often deadly kind of the disease that infects the lining around the brain and spinal cord. Next Monday, health workers will begin giving the vaccine to about 12 million people in Burkina Faso. Similar vaccine campaigns are planned for Mali and Niger. The WHO says it hopes to protect people in 25 African countries where Meningitis is a serious problem.

In Zimbabwe, state media say the country’s central bank plans to dismiss 1,600 employees that represent about 3/4 of the bank’s workforce. Central bank governor Gideon Gono reportedly told a parliamentary committee of the plan on Monday. The state operated Harare newspaper said the bank wants to reform its mean duties as a monetary authority. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe gave jobs to hundreds of new employees in recent years as it sought to help the country’s economy.

And the number of mountain gorillas living in central Africa has grown by more than 25% over the past 7 years. A population count by Wild Life Organizations shows the increase in the area’s gorillas. The numbers have risen from 380 to 480 since 2003. The gorillas live in the Virunga Massif area which is made up of 3 connected parts. The three are in Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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

The Wikileaks website says it will continue to release secret American documents even after the arrest of its editor in chief Julian Assange. He surrendered to police in London after Sweden ordered his arrest over suspected sex crimes. He appeared in a London court Tuesday and was denied bail.

And in late news West African leaders are holding emergency talks about the political crisis in Ivory Coast. The talks are taking place in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja. Neither of Ivory Coast presidential candidates was invited to the meeting.

That’s the news in VOA special English.

5楼 作者:lh8121762@163.com 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

Here is the news in special English ,I'm steve Ember in whshington.

The wikileaks website says it will continue to release secret American documents even after the arrest that is aditor in chief Drulian Asson.Wikileaks announced Tuesday that its arrest was not  affect the operation of the website.And it did annouce plans to release more cabers.Mr Asson surrounded to police in London after sweated order his arrest over surspected six crims.He denied the incusation against him .Mr Asson appeared in a London center Tuesday and was denied bell.He was been injurled until Dec.14th.The case against him resulted from a claim made by two women sweaten in August.The case surpeartly  is not connented to wilileaks  publication of American diplomatic cabers

The chief nuclear migurshator for Iran says his country is not willing to compromise of its nuclear rights in future talks with war powers.Sayi Dranily spoke Tuesday  after he and represatives of the war powers agreed to meet early next year in Turkey.He said they only agreed to hold talks based on cooperation to find what he called common grand .Mr Dralyly spoke to reporters after 2 days of negotiations in Drunevor .He made there with European Union top diplomat and representatives of six other countries.The six are the five primalative members of the U.N.Security cancel and Germany.Earlier EU foreign.Policy chief carefury Ashton said they planed talks were deal with what she called the cold consider of 6 countries about Iran's estimic plans.

American's defence securitory  has made them unannounce securitory to Afghanistan.Robert Gates was meeted with American commurdors and Afghanistan president Hanegaza.Mr Gates survived Tuesday as the Obama Administration prepare to release a progress report about the Afghanistan war.The defence apartment spoke man said Mr Gates is in his words feeling pretty good about the progress in Afghanistan.On Monday ,they land off American and Nator forces in the country spoke about the redness of the Afghanistan army to accept security resonsibilites .Genaral Potras said  he can not  say for sure if that will happen in 2014 as planed.

British prime ministor David Camery also has made the unannounce visit to Afghnistan.His airplane arrived Monday in Haimand Provice.That is where most British trops  in Afghanistan are diplored.Mr Camery said Britian's trops military official said  recent security improvements would let Britian begin with join in trops next year.The military official Germal David  reached please the progress made during the past three months.

You are listenning to VOA Special English.

Reports from Centure Somalian said fighting between competing groups have killed at least 15 people,and  injured several others.The fighting started in late Monday in MuDu and area near the boder of partly siver Gaveny.People there say most of those killed or injured were members of claim misors.Reports say they sahad and modrurting claim were fighting about a vilability land  in the area .

The opersate groups live nest to the one another.but they had a long history fighting.Gine has partly reopened his boders and ease on night tai coffere. Prime minister John  meradary announced the state on television late Monday,the ginies air and sea boders are now open,but land boders remain closed.Mr Dory said the coffier has been  reduced  from 12 hours to 8,from 8:00 at night to 6:00 at the morning.The centor has been generally come since the seprime called  comfirmed last week that Afghanistan won the presidential  election .There were clashes bettween supporters of Mr canda and his opponent Seludalinalor .The vote was gating first three electiong since the country won independence from Frans in 1958.

The world Health organization is providing a new mental drator's fency to the west African nation of Berkeyna Safor.The  new fency  is called main Africa bank.It offers 10 years of protection against the often deadly kind of deseases that infects liny around the briner and spilenor cort .Next Monday health workers  will begin giving the machine to about 12 million people  in Burkey Nasafor.Similar vestlation  compain plant  for Md and Nidrel.The WHO says it hopes to protect people in 25 African countries where Manadre ader is serious problem

In zababorway,State Midia said  the country's centure bank plans to dismiss 1600 employees,that represent about three fourth of the bank's workforce.Centure bank governer Kilian Gonor reportly told the polomenture commity of the plan on Monday .The state operated hold newspaper said the bank wants to prefer its main duties as a menatery of employees in the recent years as thought to help the country's economy .

And the number of mental golories living in centure  Africa  has growed by more than 25% over the past  7 years.A population count by widelife organatations shows the increase in the areas garilor.The numbers have risen from 380 to 480 since 2003.The gorilors live in Beryganasive area which is made up 3 connected parts.The three are in Yoda,Yagada,and the dermagratic republic reganaor.

And now beliefly here again is the major news of the hour in Special English .The Wikileaks Website  says it will continue to release securet American document even after the arrest of its aditor in chief Drulian Asson .He surrounded to police in London after sweated order his arrest over surspected six crims.He appeared in a London center Tuesday and was denied bell.

And in late news west African leaders hold  emergency talks about the politial crises in every coast.The talks are taking place in Nadrulian's capital  Abudrue.Either every coast presidential candidates were invited  to the meeting.

That is the news in VOA Special English.

6楼 作者:bert 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

Here is the news in Special English. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

The WikiLeaks website says it will continue to release secret American documents even after the arrest of its editor-in-chief Julian Assange. WikiLeaks announced Tuesday that his arrest will not affect the operation of the website. And it announced plans to release more cables. Mister Assange surrendered to police in London after Sweden ordered his arrest over suspected sex crimes. He denies the accusations against him. Mister Assange appeared in a London court Tuesday and was denied bail. He will be in jail until December fourteenth. The case against him results from claims made by two women he met in Sweden in August. The case apparently is not connected to WikiLeaks' publication of American diplomatic cables.
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The chief nuclear negotiator for Iran says his country is not willing to compromise over its nuclear rights in future talks with world powers. Saeed Jalili spoke Tuesday after he and representatives of the world powers agreed to meet early next year in Turkey. He said they only agreed to hold talks based on cooperation to find what he called common ground. Mister Jalili spoke to reporters after two days of negotiations in Geneva. He met there with the European Union's top diplomat and representatives of six other countries. The six are the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany. Earlier EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton said the planned talks will deal with what she called the core concerns of the six countries about Iran's atomic plans.
[→2:33]

America's Defense Secretary has made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan. Robert Gates will meet with American commanders and Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Mister Gates arrived Tuesday as the Obama Administration prepares to release a progress report about the Afghan War. A Defense Department spokesman said Mister Gates is in his words feeling pretty good about the progress in Afghanistan. On Monday the head of American and NATO forces in the country spoke about the readiness of the Afghan army to accept security responsibilities. General David Petraeus said he cannot say for sure if that will happen in twenty-fourteen as planned.
[→3:35]

British Prime Minister David Cameron also has made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan. His airplane arrived Monday in Helmand province. That is where most British troops in Afghanistan are deployed. Mister Cameron said Britain's top military official said recent security improvements could let Britain begin withdrawing troops next year. The military official General David Richards praised the progress made during the past three months.

You're listening to the news in VOA Special English.
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Reports from central Somalia say fighting between competing groups has killed at least fifteen people and injured several others. The fighting started late Monday in Mudug, an area near the border of the partly self-governing Puntland. People there say most of those killed or injured were members of clan militias. Reports say the Sa'ad and Majerteen clans were fighting about availability of land in the area. The opposing groups live next to one other, but they have a long history of fighting.
[→5:11]

Guinea has partly reopened its borders and eased a night time curfew. Prime Minister Jean Marie Dore announced on state television late Monday that Guinea's air and sea border are now open. But land borders remain closed. Mister Dore said the curfew has been reduced from twelve hours to eight, from ten at night to six in the morning. The country has been generally calm since the Supreme Court confirmed last week that Alpha Conde won the presidential election. There were clashes between supporters of Mister Conde and his opponent Cellou Dalein Diallo. The vote was Guinea's first free election since the country won independence from France in nineteen-fifty-eight.
[→6:19]

The World Health Organization is providing a new meningitis vaccine to the West African nation of Burkina Faso. The new vaccine is called MenAfriVac. It offers ten years of protection against an often deadly kind of the disease that infects the lining around the brain and spinal cord. Next Monday health workers will begin giving the vaccine to about twelve million people in Burkina Faso. Similar vaccination campaigns are planned for Mali and Niger. The WHO says it hopes to protect people in twenty-five African countries where meningitis is a serious problem.
[→7:16]

In Zimbabwe, state media say the country's central bank plans to dismiss one thousand six hundred employees. That represents about three fourths of the bank's work force. Central Bank governor Gideon Gono reportedly told a parliamentary committee of the plan on Monday. The state operated Herald newspaper said the bank wants to reform its main duties as a monetary authority. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe gave jobs to hundreds of new employees in recent years as it sought to help the country's economy.
[→8:08]

And the number of mountain gorillas living in central Africa has grown by more than twenty-five percent over the past seven years. A population count by Wildlife Organizations shows the increase in the area's gorillas. The numbers have risen from three hundred eighty to four hundred eighty since two thousand three. The gorillas live in the Virunga Massif area which has made up of three connected parts. The three are in Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
[→8:57]


And now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour in Special English.
The WikiLeaks website says it will continue to release secret American documents even after the arrest of its editor-in-chief Julian Assange. He surrendered to police in London after Sweden ordered his arrest over suspected sex crimes. He appeared in a London court Tuesday and was denied bail.
And in late news, West African leaders are holding emergency talks about the political crisis in Ivory Coast. The talks are taking place in Nigeria's capital Abuja.
Neither of Ivory Coast's presidential candidates was invited to the meeting.
That's the news in VOA Special English.

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