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WORLD NEWS 每周听写PK大赛(第116期,2011年7月11日)

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(1)听写PK的内容是每周一的VOA Special English- WORLD NEWS(节目总时长10分钟);
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(4)每周六-周日公布最终听写总结稿,并完成评选。评出一等奖、二等奖、三等奖或特别贡献奖若干名。获奖听写选手将获得一定数额的会员积分奖励。

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Here is the news in VOA Special English. I'm Christopher Cruise reporting from Washington.

A top Obama administration official says the United States government is suspending 800 million dollars in military aid to Pakistan. The White House Chief of Staff William Daley spoke on the American television program this week. He said although ties between the United States and Pakistan are difficult and complex right now, they must be made to work overtime. Mr. Daley also said Pakistan has been an important ally in the fight against terrorism. But he said it has taken some steps that have given the United States reasons to suspend some of the military aid. He did not provide details.

Syria's vice-president has opened a national discussion and conference on political reforms with a call for a change for democracy. The conference in Damascus answers months of opposition protests against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad. Vice-president Farouk al-Shara said Sunday: he hopes the two-day conference will help to launch what he called Syria's change to a democratic state, in which all citizens enjoy equality. Some opposition activists and intellectuals joined Sunday's talks, but most of the well-known Syrian dissidents boycotted the conference to protest daily government action against the opposition. Rights groups say Syrian security forces have killed at least 1,600 civilian in efforts to stop the protests. The government names the violence on terrorists and Islamists.

Hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Cairo and blocked the capital's main government building. The actions come on the third day of protests against the countries military rulers. Protesters have been sleeping in a camp in Tahrir Square in the centre of the capital. They are demanding faster government legal action against security forces accused of killing protesters during the February rebuilding. The reformists accused the military group that now leaves Egypt of not removing from government, people who remain loyal to the ousted former president Hosni Mubarak.

The United Nations supported Special Tribunal for Lebanon says Interpol has released its highest level international alerts for four murder suspects. The suspects were accused in the 2005 killing a former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri. The Interpol alerts known as red notices are not international orders, but they are requests that a suspect be arrested and possibly expelled from the country. Lebanese official say that documents accuse members of the Iranian supported Hezbollah, militant group, of carrying out the murder. Hezbollah denies any link to the incident.

American anti-terrorism chief John Brennan has met with Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Mr. Brennan urged Mr. Saleh to agree to leave office, so Yemen can begin to change to democratic rule. Mr. Brennan met with Mr. Saleh at a hospital in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. The Yemeni leader has been receiving medical care there since he was injured in a bombing at his home in Sanaa on June 3rd. The Obama administration says Mr. Brennan called on Mr. Saleh to keep his promise to sign a political transition plan written by the Gulf Cooperation Council. The plan requires Mr. Saleh to give power to a deputy. If he agrees to do so, he will not be charged with any crimes.

The American Secretary of Defense has arrived in Baghdad. Leon Panetta says he plans to press Iraqi leaders to decide if they want American troops to remain beyond December 2011 time limit. The United States is set to withdraw its remaining 46,000 troops under an agreement reached in 2008 with the Iraqi government. But American and Iraqi officials have expressed concern about Iraq's ability to handle security after the withdrawal.

You are listening to the news in VOA Spcial English.

In Nigeria, military officials say 11 members of Islamic militant group have been killed in the northeastern city of Maiduguri. The officials say the members of the Boko Haram group were killed during the clash with military and police forces late Saturday. They say the clash began when Boko Haram members threw bombs at a group of troops. The Associated Press reports a witness as saying soldiers chased people in the streets for hours and shot at them. The witness is said to be the brother of one of those killed. Local Haram is seeking wider use of Islamic law in Nigeria.

Senegal says it will not send former Chadian President Hissene Habre back to Chad. The decision came just hours before the former Chadian leader was to be sent home on Monday. Senegal decided to suspend the transport Mr. Habre following the request of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Right Navi Pillay. In a statement, released Sunday, Ms. Pillay said that Senegal is not permitted to send anyone to a country where there is reason to believe they are in danger of being tortured. Senegal signed the UN document against torture. Mr. Habre was ousted in 1990. He has lived in Senegal since then.

The top American military officer says the United States will continue its military presence in Asia. Admiral Mike Mullen, the chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, made the comment at the start of a four-day visit to China. He says the United States and China must work together to guarantee security in the east Asia Pacific area. During his visit, Admiral Mullen plans to visit Chinese military bases and meet with top military officials.

And finally this hour, in Russia, a large passenger boat carrying more than 180 people has sunk in the Volga river about 750 kilometers east of Moscow. At least one person is dead and more than 100 people are missing. 80 people have been rescued or were able to swim to shore. Russian officials say there is little chance anyone else will be rescued. Survivors say the boat was very old and began having problems just minutes after it started to sail. They say it sank within minutes and with no warning.

Now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour in VOA Special English. A top Obama administration official says the United States government is suspending 800 million dollars in military aid to Pakistan. Syria's vice-president has opened a two-day conference on political reforms with a call for a change to democracy. And hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Cairo and block the capital's main government building. There is more news at voanews.com. That's the news in Special English. I'm Christopher Cruise in Washington.

 

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Here is the news in VOA Special English. I’m Christopher Cruise reporting from Washington.

A top Obama administrational official says the United States government is suspending $800 million in military aid to Pakistan. The White House C hief of S taff , William Daley , spoke on American television program this week. He said all the ties between the United States and Pakistan are difficult and complex right now. They must be made to work over time. Mr. Daley also said P akistan has been an important ally in the fighting against terrorism. But he said it has taken some steps that have given the United States reasons to suspend some of the military aid. He did not provide details.

Syria ’s V ice P resident has opened a national discussion conference on political reforms with a call for a change to democracy. The confli c ts in Damascus answer months of opposition protests against the rule of P resident Bashar al-Assad. Vice P resident Farouk al-Sharaa said Sunday he hoped the two-day conference will help to launch what he called Syria’s change to a democra tic state in which all citizens enjoy equality. Some oppos i tion activists and intellectuals joint ed Sunday‘s talks. But most of the well-known S yrian dissidents boycotted the conference to protest deadly government action against the opposition. Rights groups say S yrian security forces have killed at least 1,600 civilians in efforts to stop the protests. The government blames the violence on terrorists and Islamists.

Hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Caro and blocked the capital’s main government buildings. The actions come on the third of protests against the country’s military rulers. Protesters have been sleep in a camp in Tahrir square in the center of the capital. They are dem a nding fast government legal action against security forces accused of killing protesters during the February rebellion. The reformists accused the m i litary group that now leads Egypt of not removing from government, people who remain loyal to the ousted former P resident Hosni Mubarak.

The United Nations - supported S pecial T ribunal for Lebanon says Interpol has released its high e st level international alerts for four murder suspects. The suspects were accused in the 2005 killing a former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. The Interpol alerts know n as red notices are not international orders but they are requests that a suspect be arrested and possibly expelled from the country. Lebanese officials say the documents accusing members of the Iranian - supported Hezbollah militant groups of carrying out the murder. Hezbollah denies any link to the incident.

American anti-terrorism chief John Brennan has met with Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Mr. Brennan urged Mr. Saleh to agree to leave office, so Yemen can begin to change to democratic rule. Mr. Brennan met with Mr. Saleh at a hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Yemeni leader has been receiving medical care there since he was injured in a bombing at his home in Sana'a on June 3. The Obama administration says Mr. Brennan called up Mr. Saleh to keep his promise to sign a political transition plan writ t e n by the Gulf Cooperation Council. The plan requires Mr. Saleh to give power to a deputy. If he agrees to do so, he would not be charged with any crime s .

The American Secretary of Defense has arrived Baghdad. Leon Panetta says he plans to press Iraqi leaders to decide if they want American troops to remain beyond the Sep 2011 time limit. The United States is set to withdraw its remaining 40,000 troops under an agreement reached in 2008 with the Iraqi government, but American and Iraqi officials have expressed concern about Iraq’s ability to handle security after the withdrawal.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

In Nigeria, military official say 11 members of Islamic militant group have been killed in the northeastern city of Maiduguri. The official say the members of the Boko Haram group were killed during a c l ash with military and police forces late Saturday. They say the c l ash began when Boko Haram members threw bombs at a group of troops. The A ssociated P ress reports a witness is saying soldiers chased people in streets for hours, and shouted at them. The witness is said to be the brother of one of those killed. Boko Haram is seeking wide use of its Islamic Law in Nigeria.

Senegal says it will not set former Chadian P resident Hissene Habre back to Chad. The decision came just hours before the former Chadian leader w as to be set home on Monday. Sen e g a l decided to suspe nd the transport of Mr. Habre following the request of the United Nations High commissioner for human rights Navi Pillay. In a statement released Sunday, Mr. Pillay said that Senegal is not permitted to set anyone to a country where there is reason to believe there is danger of being tortured. Senegal signed a UN document against torture. Mr. Habre was ousted in 1990, years living in Senegal since then.

The top American m i litary officer says the United States will continue its m i litary presence in Asia. Admiral Mike Mullen, the c hairman of J oint C hief of S taff, made the comment at a start of four-day vis i t to China. He says the United States and China must work tog e ther to guaranty security in the E ast Asia-Pacific area. During his visit, Admiral Mike Mullen plans to visit Chinese military bases and meet with top m i litary officials.

And finally this hour , i n Ru s sia, a large passenger boat carrying more than 180 people has sunk in the Volga R iver about 750 km east of Moscow. A t least, one person is dead, and more than 100 are missing. 80 people have been rescued or were able to swim to shore. Russian official say there is a little chance anyone else will be rescued. Survivors say the boat was very old, and began having problem just minutes after it started to sail. They say it sunk within minutes and with no warning.

Now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour in VOA Special English.

A top Obama administrational official says the United States government is suspending $800 million in military aid to Pakistan. Syria’s V ice P resident has opened a two-day conference on political reforms with a call for a change to democracy. And hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Caro and blocked the capital’s main government buildings.

There is more news at voanews.com. That’s the news in Special English. I’m Christopher Cruise in Washington.

5楼 作者:八月捕蝉 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

Here is the news in VOA Special English. I'm Christopher Cruise reporting from Washington.

A top Obama administration official says the United States government is suspending 800 million dollars in military aid to Pakistan. The White House Chief of Staff William Daley spoke on the American television program this week. He said although ties between the United States and Pakistan are difficult and complex right now, they must be made to work overtime. Mr. Daley also said Pakistan has been an important ally in the fight against terrorism. But he said it has taken some steps that have given the United States reasons to suspend some of the military aid. He did not provide details.

Syria's vice-president has opened a national discussion and conference on political reforms with a call for a change for democracy. The conference in Damascus answers months of opposition protests against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad. Vice-president Farouk al-Shara said Sunday: he hopes the two-day conference will help to launch what he called Syria's change to a democratic state, in which all citizens enjoy equality. Some opposition activists and intellectuals joined Sunday's talks, but most of the well-known Syrian dissidents boycotted the conference to protest daily government action against the opposition. Rights groups say Syrian security forces have killed at least 1,600 civilian in efforts to stop the protests. The government names the violence on terrorists and Islamists.

Hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Cairo and blocked the capital's main government building. The actions come on the third day of protests against the countries military rulers. Protesters have been sleeping in a camp in Tahrir Square in the centre of the capital. They are demanding faster government legal action against security forces accused of killing protesters during the February rebuilding. The reformists accused the military group that now leaves Egypt of not removing from government, people who remain loyal to the ousted former president Hosni Mubarak.

The United Nations supported Special Tribunal for Lebanon says Interpol has released its highest level international alerts for four murder suspects. The suspects were accused in the 2005 killing a former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri. The Interpol alerts known as red notices are not international orders, but they are requests that a suspect be arrested and possibly expelled from the country. Lebanese official say that documents accuse members of the Iranian supported Hezbollah, militant group, of carrying out the murder. Hezbollah denies any link to the incident.

American anti-terrorism chief John Brennan has met with Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Mr. Brennan urged Mr. Saleh to agree to leave office, so Yemen can begin to change to democratic rule. Mr. Brennan met with Mr. Saleh at a hospital in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. The Yemeni leader has been receiving medical care there since he was injured in a bombing at his home in Sanaa on June 3rd. The Obama administration says Mr. Brennan called on Mr. Saleh to keep his promise to sign a political transition plan written by the Gulf Cooperation Council. The plan requires Mr. Saleh to give power to a deputy. If he agrees to do so, he will not be charged with any crimes.

The American Secretary of Defense has arrived in Baghdad. Leon Panetta says he plans to press Iraqi leaders to decide if they want American troops to remain beyond December 2011 time limit. The United States is set to withdraw its remaining 46,000 troops under an agreement reached in 2008 with the Iraqi government. But American and Iraqi officials have expressed concern about Iraq's ability to handle security after the withdrawal.

You are listening to the news in VOA Spcial English.

In Nigeria, military officials say 11 members of Islamic militant group have been killed in the northeastern city of Maiduguri. The officials say the members of the Boko Haram group were killed during the clash with military and police forces late Saturday. They say the clash began when Boko Haram members threw bombs at a group of troops. The Associated Press reports a witness as saying soldiers chased people in the streets for hours and shot at them. The witness is said to be the brother of one of those killed. Local Haram is seeking wider use of Islamic law in Nigeria.

Senegal says it will not send former Chadian President Hissene Habre back to Chad. The decision came just hours before the former Chadian leader was to be sent home on Monday. Senegal decided to suspend the transport Mr. Habre following the request of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Right Navi Pillay. In a statement, released Sunday, Ms. Pillay said that Senegal is not permitted to send anyone to a country where there is reason to believe they are in danger of being tortured. Senegal signed the UN document against torture. Mr. Habre was ousted in 1990. He has lived in Senegal since then.

The top American military officer says the United States will continue its military presence in Asia. Admiral Mike Mullen, the chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, made the comment at the start of a four-day visit to China. He says the United States and China must work together to guarantee security in the east Asia Pacific area. During his visit, Admiral Mullen plans to visit Chinese military bases and meet with top military officials.

And finally this hour, in Russia, a large passenger boat carrying more than 180 people has sunk in the Volga river about 750 kilometers east of Moscow. At least one person is dead and more than 100 people are missing. 80 people have been rescued or were able to swim to shore. Russian officials say there is little chance anyone else will be rescued. Survivors say the boat was very old and began having problems just minutes after it started to sail. They say it sank within minutes and with no warning.

Now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour in VOA Special English. A top Obama administration official says the United States government is suspending 800 million dollars in military aid to Pakistan. Syria's vice-president has opened a two-day conference on political reforms with a call for a change to democracy. And hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Cairo and block the capital's main government building. There is more news at voanews.com. That's the news in Special English. I'm Christopher Cruise in Washington.

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对比分析,并结合语音资料,最后整理如下,仅供探讨!胜负已分,检讨更为重要!

Here is the news in VOA Special English. I’m Christopher Cruise reporting from Washington.

A top Obama administration official says the United States government is suspending $800 million in military aid to Pakistan. The White House Chief of Staff, William Daley, spoke on American television program this week. He said although ties between the United States and Pakistan are difficult and complex right now. They must be made to work over time. Mr. Daley also said P akistan has been an important ally in the fighting against terrorism. But he said it has taken some steps that have given the United States reasons to suspend some of the military aid. He did not provide details.

Syria’s Vice President has opened a national discussion and conference on political reforms with a call for a change to democracy. The conference in Damascus answers months of opposition protests against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad. Vice President Farouk al-Sharaa said Sunday,” he hopes the two-day conference will help to launch what he called Syria’s change to a democratic state, in which all citizens enjoy equality.” Some opposition activists and intellectuals jointed Sunday‘s talks. But most of the well-known Syrian dissidents boycotted the conference to protest deadly government action against the opposition. Rights groups say Syrian security forces have killed at least 1,600 civilians in efforts to stop the protests. The government blames the violence on terrorists and Islamists.

Hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Cairo and blocked the capital’s main government building. The actions come on the third of protests against the country’s military rulers. Protesters have been sleeping in a camp in Tahrir square in the center of the capital. They are dem a nding faster government legal action against security forces accused of killing protesters during the February rebellion. The reformists accused the m i litary group that now leads Egypt of not removing from government, people who remain loyal to the ousted former President Hosni Mubarak.

The United Nations-supported Special Tribunal for Lebanon says Interpol has released its highest level international alerts for four murder suspects. The suspects were accused in the 2005 killing a former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. The Interpol alerts know n as red notices are not international orders but they are requests that a suspect be arrested and possibly expelled from the country. Lebanese official say the documents accuse members of the Iranian-supported Hezbollah militant groups of carrying out the murder. Hezbollah denies any link to the incident.

American anti-terrorism chief John Brennan has met with Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Mr. Brennan urged Mr. Saleh to agree to leave office, so Yemen can begin to change to democratic rule. Mr. Brennan met with Mr. Saleh at a hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Yemeni leader has been receiving medical care there since he was injured in a bombing at his home in Sana'a on June 3. The Obama administration says Mr. Brennan called on Mr. Saleh to keep his promise to sign a political transition plan written by the Gulf Cooperation Council. The plan requires Mr. Saleh to give power to a deputy. If he agrees to do so, he would not be charged with any crimes .

The American Secretary of Defense has arrived in Baghdad. Leon Panetta says he plans to press Iraqi leaders to decide if they want American troops to remain beyond December 2011 time limit. The United States is set to withdraw its remaining 46,000 troops under an agreement reached in 2008 with the Iraqi government, but American and Iraqi officials have expressed concern about Iraq’s ability to handle security after the withdrawal.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

In Nigeria, military officials say 11 members of Islamic militant group have been killed in the northeastern city of Maiduguri. The officials say the members of the Boko Haram group were killed during a clash with military and police forces late Saturday. They say the clash began when Boko Haram members threw bombs at a group of troops. The A ssociated Press reports a witness as saying soldiers chased people in streets for hours, and shot at them. The witness is said to be the brother of one of those killed. Boko Haram is seeking wide use of Islamic Law in Nigeria.

Senegal says it will not send former Chadian President Hissene Habre back to Chad. The decision came just hours before the former Chadian leader was to be sent home on Monday. Senegal decided to suspend the transport of Mr. Habre following the request of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay. In a statement released Sunday, Ms. Pillay said that Senegal is not permitted to send anyone to a country where there is reason to believe they are in danger of being tortured. Senegal signed a UN document against torture. Mr. Habre was ousted in 1990. He has lived in Senegal since then.

The top American m i litary officer says the United States will continue its m i litary presence in Asia. Admiral Mike Mullen, the c hairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, made the comment at a start of a four-day visit to China. He says the United States and China must work together to guarantee security in the East Asia-Pacific area. During his visit, Admiral Mike Mullen plans to visit Chinese military bases and meet with top military officials.

And finally this hour , in Russia, a large passenger boat carrying more than 180 people has sunk in the Volga River about 750 km east of Moscow. At least, one person is dead, and more than 100 are missing. 80 people have been rescued or were able to swim to shore. Russian officials say there is a little chance anyone else will be rescued. Survivors say the boat was very old, and began having problem just minutes after it started to sail. They say it sank within minutes and with no warning.

Now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour in VOA Special English.

A top Obama administration official says the United States government is suspending $800 million in military aid to Pakistan. Syria’s Vice P resident has opened a two-day conference on political reforms with a call for a change to democracy. And hundreds of Egyptian reformists have stopped traffic in Cairo and blocked the capital’s main government building.

There is more news at voanews.com. That’s the news in Special English. I’m Christopher Cruise in Washington.

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