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1楼 作者:Frank Suen 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

A spokesman for anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya says negotiations for the surrender of Bani Walid have failed. Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi are still in control of the town. Negotiator Abdullah Kanshil spoke to reporters on Sunday. He said the talks had collapsed after those loyal to Mr. Gadhafi demanded that anti-Gadhafi fighters enter the town without their weapons. No comment was available from pro-Gadhafi negotiators.

Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. Rights groups say troops attacking pro-democracy demonstrators killed eight people in the northern province of Idlib. They blamed troops for four more deaths in areas near the central Syrian city of Homs. Also on Sunday, the state-operated news agency reported that armed "terrorist" groups attacked a bus in central Syria. The news agency said the attackers killed nine people, six soldiers and three civilians. In other news, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross visited Damascus and met Sunday with Syria's foreign minister. ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger is to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday.

Activists in Yemen say at least four people were wounded Sunday in attacks on demonstrators. The activists said the protesters were shot as they marched past government buildings in the capital, Sana'a. There are conflicting reports as to whether the attackers were security forces or supporters of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Indian officials say at least 15 people were killed and many others injured in a bus accident in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Officials said the accident happened Sunday near the city of Dehradun. They said the bus fell into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle. At least eight passengers are missing.

Record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people in western Japan. Fifty others are missing. Japan's public television reported Sunday that flooded rivers carried buildings away in Wakayama Prefecture. Landslides crushed houses in the city of Tanabe. The rain and landslides resulted from a powerful slow-moving storm in the Pacific Ocean.

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

President Obama is urging elected officials not to play politics with federal aid for victims of a major storm last week. Mr. Obama spoke during a visit to the state of New Jersey on Sunday. He traveled to the city of Paterson, which received heavy rains from the storm. Parts of Paterson were flooded. Hurricane Irene struck the coast of North Carolina last week. Irene lost strength but brought plenty of rain and strong winds as it moved up the East Coast to Vermont and later entered Canada. The storm was blamed for at least 40 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Swiss news reports say the United States has asked Switzerland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens. The United States suspects the citizens of using Swiss banks to cheat on their taxes. The reports noted an August 31 letter from Deputy Attorney General James Cole. The letter asked for detailed information on suspected tax avoidance at Credit Suisse and as many as nine smaller Swiss banks. The reports said failure to answer the American demand by Tuesday could lead to criminal charges against one or more of the banks.

Polish Jews and Christians prayed together and walked silently to protest an attack on a memorial to Polish Jews. The memorial honored Polish Jews burned to death in World War Two. As many as 100 people protested the attack in the town of Jedwabne near the eastern city of Bialystok. The attackers painted a swastika on the stone monument. Swastikas were a sign of Germany's Nazi party. The words "they were flammable" were also painted on the monument. In 1941, Polish citizens forced hundreds of Jews into a farm building and then set it on fire. The victims burned to death.

The new African nation of South Sudan is planning to move its capital from the city of Juba to a less populated town in Lakes State. South Sudanese officials say the Cabinet decided to move the capital to Ramciel, in the center of the nation. Officials said Sunday that the government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other buildings in Juba. The decision still needs parliamentary approval.

A research ship has released the emperor penguin known as "Happy Feet" into the Southern Ocean. The penguin was freed Sunday about 700 kilometers south of New Zealand. That is about 2,000 kilometers from Antarctica where most emperor penguins live. The birds spend six months at the Wellington Zoo after he was discovered along the coast of New Zealand. At the time of his discovery, Happy Feet was suffering from stomach disorders that had left him near death. After doctors performed an operation, he recovered at the zoo on a diet of fish milkshakes.

Finally this news, a 21-year-old American is now the youngest triple jump world champion in history. Christian Taylor won the event on the last day of the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championship in Daegu, South Korea. He jumped 17.96 meters to win the gold medal. This is the fifth-best triple jump of all time. Also on Sunday, Usain Bolt and his Jamaican teammates won the 4×100 meters event. They broke their owned world record with a time of 37.04 seconds.

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

Anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya say negotiations for the surrender of the town of Bani Walid have failed. Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. And in western Japan, record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people. Fifty others are missing.

That's the news in VOA Special English.

开学了,没有时间每天听写了,只能每周参加一次听写大赛了,总之不要把英语丢掉了。。。

2楼 作者:莎莎 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It’s 0:30 Universal Time. Here is the news in Special English.

 

A spokesman for anti-Gaddafi fighters in Libya says negotiations for the surrender of Bani Walid have failed. Forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi are still in control of the town. Negotiator Abdullah Kenshil spoke to reporters on Sunday. He said the talks had collapsed after those loyal to Mr. Gaddafi demanded that anti-Gaddafi fighters enter the town without their weapons. No comment was available from pro-Gaddafi negotiators.

 

Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. Rights groups say troops attacking pro-democracy demonstrators killed eight people in the Northern Province of Idlib. They blamed troops for four more deaths in areas near the central Syrian city of Homs. Also on Sunday, the state operated news agency reported that armed terrorist groups attacked a bus in central Syria. The news agency said the attackers killed nine people, six soldiers and three civilians.

 

In other news, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross visited Damascus and met Sunday with Syria’s Foreign Minister. ICRC president Jakob Kellenberger is to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday.

 

Activists in Yemen say at least four people were wounded Sunday in attacks on demonstrators. The activists said the protesters were shot as they marched past government buildings in the capital, Sana'a. There are conflicting reports as to whether the attackers were security forces or supporters of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

 

Indian officials say at least fifteen people were killed and many others injured in a bus accident in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Official said the accident happened Sunday near the city of Dehradun. They said the bus fell into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle. At least eight passengers are missing.

 

Record rainfall and landslides have killed at least twenty people in Western Japan. Fifty others are missing. Japan’s public television reported Sunday that flooded rivers carried buildings away in Wakayama prefecture. Landslides crushed houses in the city of Tanabe. The rain and landslide resulted from a powerful slow moving storm in the Pacific Ocean.

 

You are listening to the News in VOA Special English.

 

President Obama is urging elective officials not to play politics with federal aid for victims of a major storm last week. Mr. Obama spoke during a visit to the state of New Jersey on Sunday. He traveled to the city of Paterson which received heavy rains from the storm. Parts of Paterson were flooded. Hurricane Irene struck the coast of North Carolina last week. Irene lost strength but brought plenty of rain and strong winds as it moved off the east coast to Vermont and later entered Canada. The storm was blamed for at least 40 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage.

 

Swiss news reports say the United States has asked Switzerland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens. The United States suspects the citizens of using Swiss banks to cheat on their taxes. The reports noted an August 31st letter from Deputy Attorney General, James Cole. The letter asked for detailed information on suspected tax avoidance at Credit Swiss and as many as nine smaller Swiss banks. The reports said failure to answer the American demand by Tuesday could lead to criminal charges against one or more of the banks.

 

Polish Jews and Christians prayed together and walked silently to protest an attack on a memorial to Polish Jews. The memorial honored Polish Jews burnt to death in World War Two. As many as 100 people protested the attack in the town of Jedwabne near the eastern city of Bialystok. The attackers painted Swastika on the stone monument. Swastikas were a sign of Germany’s Nazi party. The words “They were flammable.” were also painted on the memorial. In 1941, polish citizens forced hundreds of Jews into a farm building and then set it on fire. The victims burnt to death.

 

The New African Nation of South Sudan is planning to move its capital from the city of Juba to a less populated town in Lakes State. South Sudanese official say, the cabinet decided to move the capital to Ramciel in the center of the nation. Officials said Sunday that the government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other buildings in Juba. The decision still needs parliamentary approval.

 

A research ship has released the Emperor Penguin known as “Happy Feet” into the Southern Ocean. The Penguin was freed Sunday about 700 kilometers south of New Zealand. That’s about 2000 kilometers from Antarctica where most Emperor Penguins live. The bird spent six months at the Wellington Zoo after he was discovered along the coast of New Zealand. At the time of his discovery, “Happy Feet” was suffering from stomach disorders that had left him near death. After doctors performed an operation, he recovered at the zoo on a diet of fish, milkshakes.

 

Finally this news, a 21-year-old American is now the youngest triple jump world champion in history. Christian Taylor won the event on the last day of the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championship in Daegu South Korea. He jumped 17.96 meters to win the gold medal. This is the fifth best triple jump of all time. Also on Sunday, Usain Bolt and his Jamaican teammates won the 4x100 meters event. They broke their old world record with a time of 37.04 seconds.

 

And now, here again is the major news of the hour. Anti-Gaddafi fighters in Libya say negotiations for the surrender of the town Bani Walid have failed. Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in North Western Syria. And in Western Japan, record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people. Fifty others are missing.

 

That’s the news in VOA Special English.

      

 

    

 

  第3楼 作者:Amy 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

A spokesman for anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya says negotiations for the surrender of Bani Walid have failed. Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi are still in control of the town. Negotiator Abdallah Kinshel spoke to reporters on Sunday. He said the talks had collapsed after those loyal to Mr. Gadhafi demanded that anti-Gadhafi fighters entered the town without their weapons. No comment was available from pro-Gadhafi negotiators.

Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. Rights groups say troops attacking pro-democracy demonstrators killed 8 people in the Northern Province Idlib. They blamed troops for four more deaths in the areas near the central Syrian city of Homes. Also on Sunday, the State-operated news agency reported that armed “terrorist” groups attacked a bus in central Syria. The news agency said the attackers killed 9 people -6 soldiers and 3 civilians. In other news, the head of the International Committee of the Red-Cross visited Damascus and met Sunday with Syria’s Foreign Minister. ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger is to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday.

Activists in Yemen say at least 4 people were wounded Sunday in attacks on demonstrators. The activists said the protesters were shot as the march passed government buildings in the capital –Sanaa. There are conflicting reports as the whether the attackers were security forces or supporters of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Indian officials say at least 15 people were killed and many others injured in a bus accident in the northern state of Huto al-ka. Official said the accident happened Sunday near the city of Dero don . They said the bus fell into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle. At least 8 passengers are missing.

Record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 in western Japan, 50 others are missing. Japan’s public television reported Sunday that flooded rivers carried buildings away in Wakayama Prefecture. Landslides crossed houses in the city of Tanabe. The rain and landslides resulted from a powerful slow moving storm in the Pacific Ocean.

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

President Obama is urging elected officials not to play politics with federal aid for victims of a major storm last week. Mr. Obama spoke during a visit to the state of New Jersey on Sunday. He traveled to the city of Paterson which received heavy rains from the storm. Parts of Paterson were flooded. Hurricane Irene struck the coast of North Carolina last week. Irene lost string but dropped plenty of rain and strong winds as it moved up the east coast to Ruma, and later entered Canada. The storm was blamed for at least 40 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Swiss News Reports say the United States has asked Switzerland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens. The United States suspect the citizens have using Swiss banks to treat on their taxes. The reports noted an August 31 letter from Deputy Attorney General James Cole. The letter asked for detailed information on suspected tax avoidance at Credit Suisse, and as many as nine smaller Swiss banks. The reports said failure to answer the American demand by Tuesday could be criminal charges against one or more of the banks.

Polish Jews and Christians prayed together and walked silently to protest on attack on memorial to Polish Jews. The memorial honored Polish Jews burned to death in World War II. As many as one hundred people protested the attack in the town of Jebwabne near the eastern city of Bialystok . The attackers painted a swastika on a stone monument. Swastikas were a sign of Germany’s Nazi party. The words” they were flammable” were also painted on the memorial. In 1941, Polish citizens forced hundreds of Jews into a farm building and then set it on fire. The victims burned to death.

The new African nation of South Sudan is planning to move its capital from the city of Juba to a less populated town in Lakes state. South Sudanese official say the cabinet decided to move the capital to Ramciel in the center of nation. Official said Sunday that the government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other buildings in Juba. The decision still needs parliamentary approval.

A research ship has released the emperor penguin- known as “happy feet” into the southern ocean. Penguin was free Sunday about seven hundred kilometers south of New Zealand that is about two thousand kilometers from Antarctica where most emperor penguin’s live. The bird expects six months at Wellington Zoo after he was discovered along the coast of New Zealand. At the time of his discovered, happy feet was suffering from stomach disorders that let him near death. After doctors performed operation he recovered at Zoo on a diet of fish Nocsiks.

Finally, this news:

A 21-year old American is now the youngest triple jump World Champion in history. Christian Taylor -one of event on the last day of the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championship in Daegu, South Korea. He jumped 17.96 meters to win the gold medal. This is the fifth best triple jump of all time. Also on Sunday, Usain Bolt and his Jamaican teammates won 4x100 meters event . They broke their old world record with the time of 37.04 seconds.

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

Anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya say negotiations for the surrender of Bani Walid have failed. Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. And in western Japan, record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 in western Japan, 50 others are missing.

That’s the news in VOA Special Englsih.

4楼 作者:fay 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

it is 00:30,universal time,here's the news in special English .A spokesman for anti-godafi fighters in lybias.says negociations or the surrender of bani-walli  have failed forces layer to mola   gadafi are still in control ,negotiater odala cantia spoke to reporters on sunday.he said the talks had clapsd after those layer to mr godafi demanded that anti gadafi fighters enter the town without their weapons .no comment was avalibal from pro gadafi negociators.reports say sarrener sucurity forces have killed at least 12 survillians in rage on towns in northwestern serean ,rights group say troops attaking pro democrocy demenstraters killed 8 people in the northern province of itly they  blamed  troops for four more deaths in area near the centrel  city of homes .also on sunday the state operated news agency reported that armed terrorist groups attact a bus in central serreo ,the news agency said the attackers killed 9 people ,6 sodiers and 3 suvillance ,and other news the head of the international commity of the red cross visited demaskas and demas sunday with sevios foreign minister .icrc president yakod kalenberger is to meet the serens president shala answer on monday ,activists in yemen say at least 4 people were wooded on sunday in attacks on demenstraters .the activist said the protesters were shoked as the march passed the government buildings in the capitan sana  they are comflicting with pros as the weather  the attackers sucurity force or supporters of yemeni presidents oli adale son .india officials say at least 15people were killed and many oters injured in a bus accident ,in the northern state of gudaka the officia said the accident happend on sunday near the city of daywendu they said the bus felled into a river after the driver lost the control of the vielcal at least 8 passangers are missing record rainfall and slides killed at least 20 people in western japan 50 others  are missing .japans public televition reported on sunday that flooded rivers carry budings away in wakayama prefacture land slides crushed houses in the city of tonabay the rain and slides resulted a powerful slow moving storm in the pacific ocean .you are listening to news in VOA special English president obama is urging elected officials not to play politics with fedaral aid for victims of a major storm last week .mr obama spoke during a visit to the state of nejuesy on sunday ,he traveled to the city of paterson which were seaved heavy storm ,parts of peterson were floodedherricon inren stuked north carolana last week iren lost strength penty of stoms and winds as it moved up east cost to remaerk  and latter enterd canada the storm almost land at least 40 deaths and cost billions of dollors in damage .swith news report say the united states has asked swithland for detaied information about thousands of american citizens the unite state suspect the citizens of using swith banks to cheat on their taxes the reports  on 31 august from deputy juounal calles  the letter information on suspect tax on avoidence at quat swith the as 9 smallen swith banks .the reports said faliaer to answer the american demand by tuesday could lead to criminal charges agaist one or more of the banks polish dus and cristians prayed together and walked silently to protest an attack on amorio to protect pollish jues the momorio hornored pollish jues born to death on world war 2 as many an 100people were cheste the attack in the town of jinbabuwei near the eastern city of wistom the attackers painted on the storm manit .swatstakos were a sign of germanis nazi party the wars they were flamoble were also paited on the omorio .

the 1941polish citizens force hundreds of jues into a farm building and then set it on fire the victims burn to death .the new african nation of south sudan is planing to move its capital from the city of juba to a less populated town in lesks state .south sudanise official say the capitan decided to move the capital to round seal in the center of the nation .official said  sunday that the  government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other buildings in juba .the decision still needs polimentery provements .a research ship has release the inpro  paiguan kown as happy feet into the southern ocean the paiguan was free on sunday about 1700 kms south of nwezeland that is about 2000 kilometers from arctical were most paguans lived the birds spends six months at the wellington zoo after he was descoverd along the cost of newzeland at the time of his discovery happy feet was suffering from  stomouch disorders that had left him near death after  doctors performed an operation he recoverd at the zoo on a diet of fish nopships . finally this news ,a 21 year old american is now the  yougest trible world jump chanpion in history cristian tylor won the event on the last day on the internationa association of atlantics federations world chanpionship in dagu south korean he jumped 17.96meters to win the gold medal this is the fifth best triple jump chanpion jump of all time also on sunday yousan boat and his dremacon  teammates won the four by 100meter event the brought their old world record of the time 37.04 seconds and now here again is the major news of  the hour anti godafi fighters in lybia say negotiations for the surrender of the town of the bani walli have failed reports say seren sucurity foces have killed at least 12 suvellens in rates on towns in north western serea and in western japan record rain fall and land slides have killed at least 21 people ,50 others are missing thats the news in voa special english

5楼 作者:Julian 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

A spokesman for anti- Gaddafi fighters in Libya says the negotiations for surrender of O has failed. Forces loyal to Gaddafi are still in control of the town. Negotiator A spoke to reporters on Sunday. He said the talks had claps after those loyal to Gaddafi demanded that anti- Gaddafi fighters into the town without their weapons. No comments was available from polo negotiations.

Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in rate on town in northwestern Syrian. Rights group say troops attacking pro demonstrators killed 8 people in the northern province of I. They blamed troops for four more deaths in area near the central Syrian city of Homes. Also on Sunday the state operated news agency reported that armed terrorists groups attacked a bus in central Syrian. The news agency says the attackers killed 9 people, 6 soldiers and 3 civilians. In other news the head of international committee of cross visited the M. And M Sunday with Syrian foreign minister. ICRC president Y is to meet with Syrian president B on Monday.

Activists in Yemen say at least 4 people were wounded Sunday in an attack on demonstrators. The activists said the protesters were shout as they marched past government buildings in the capital. They are conflicting reports as whether the attackers were security forces or supporters of Yemeni president A.

India officials say at least 15 people were killed and many other injured in a bus accident in the northern state. Official say the accident happened Sunday near the city of D. They said the bus failed into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle. At least 8 passengers are missing.

Wreck rain fall and land slights have killed at least 20 people in western Japan. Fifty other are missing. Japan public TV reported Sunday that flooded rivers carry buildings away in W perifecture. Land slights crashed houses in the city of T. The rain and land slight resulted from a powerful slow moving storm in the specific ocean.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

President Obama is urgent elected officials not to play politics with federal aid for victim of major storm last week. Mr. Obama spoke during a visit to the state of N on Sunday. He travel to the city P which received heavy rain from the storm. Parts of P were flooded. Hurricane Irene struck the coast of north last week. Irene lost strength but brought twenty rains and strong winds as it moves up east coast to R and later entered Canada. The storm was blamed for at least 40 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Switzer news reports say the United states has asked Switzerland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens. United states suspects the citizens of using Swiss banks to cheat on their taxes. The reports noted an orgast 31-letter from deputy J. The letter asked for detailed information on suspected tax avoidance at credit Swiss and as many as nine small Swiss banks. The reports said failure to answer to American demand by Thursday could lead to criminal charges against one or more of the banks.

Polish juiz and questions prayed together and walked silently to protest an attack on M to polish juiz. The M honored polish juiz burn to death in world war two. As many as one hundred people protested the attack in the town of Y near the east city. The attackers painted a S on stone M. S were assigned a Germany not the party. The words ” they were flamer” were also painted on the M. In 1941 polish citizens forces hundreds of juiz into a farm building, and then sent on fired, the victims burned to death.

The new African nation of south is planning its capital from the city of J to a less popular town in L state. Thousands officials say the cabinet decided to move the capital to R in the center of the nation. Official say Sunday that government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other building in J. The decision still needs parliamentary approval.

A research ship has released an apro penguin know as happy feet into the southern ocean. The penguin was free Sunday about 700 kilo meters south of New Zealand. That is about 2000 kilo meters from antarctic where most apro penguins live. The birds spent 6 months at the willing con-zoo after he was discovered along the coast of New Zealand. At the time of his discovery happy feet was suffering from stomach disorders that had left him near death. After doctors performed an operation, he was recovered at the zoo and diet fish.

Finally this news.

A 21 year-old American is now the youngest triper jump world champion in history. Q one of the event on the last day of the international association of atlantics world championship in south Korea. He jumped 17.96 meters to won the gold metal. This is the faith best triper jump all the time. Also on Sunday the same boat and his teammates won the 4 by100 meter event. They broke their old world record with the time of 37.04 seconds.

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

Anti- Gaddafi fighters in Libya say the negotiations for the surrender of town have failed. Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in R on town in northwestern Syrian. And in western Japan wreck rain fall and land slights have killed at least 20 people. 50 others are missing.

That is the news in VOA special English.

6楼 作者:噜噜噜 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
It is 00: 30, universal time, here is the news in special English, a spokesman for anti-gadhafi fighters in libya says the negotiations for the surrender of bani walead have failed, forces loyal to Muhammad gadhafi are still in control of the town, the negotiator conshere spoke to reporters on Sunday, he said the talks had collapsed after those loyal to Mr gadhafi demanded that anti –gadhafi fighters into the town without weapons, no comment was available from pool gadhafi ,the negotiators. Reports say Syria security forces have killed at least twelve civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria, rights groups say troops attacking pro democracy demonstrators killed eight people in the north province of eldliver , they blamed troops for four more death in areas near the centre Syria city of homes, also on Sunday the state operated news emergency reported that armed terrorist groups attacked a bus in centre Syria, the news agency said the attacks killed 9 people, six soldiers and three civilians. In other news , the head of the international committee of the red cross visited the mosques and demand Sunday with Syria’s foreign minister, ICIC president yaka helanberg is to meet with Syria president asad on Monday. Activists in Yemen say at least 4 people were wounded Sunday in attacks on demonstrators, the activists said the protestors were shoot as they marched in government building in capital, there are conflicting reports as to whether the attacks were security forces or supporters of Yemen president ali. Indian officials say at least 15 people killed and many others injured in a bus accident in the northern state of utola, official said the accident happened Sunday near the city of dav doom, they said the bus felled into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle, at least 8 Passages are missing. Record rain flow and land Slides have killed at least 20 people in western Japan, 50 others are missing, Japan’s public television reported Sunday that flooded rivers carried buildings away in yama prefecture , land slides crossed houses in the city of tenabi , the rain and land slides resulted from powerful slow moving storm in the pacific ocean. You are listening to the news in voa special English, president obama is ergen elected officials not to play politics with federal aid for victims of a major storm last week, mr obama spoke during a visit to the state of New juicy on Sunday, he travel to the city of patson which received heavy rains from the storm, parts of patson were flooded, hurricane iriry strike the coast of Carolina last week , iriry lost strength but brought plenty of rains and strong winds as it move up to the east coast to voment and later entered Canada, the storm was blamed for at least 40 death and caused billions of dollars of damage. Swiss news reports say the united states has asked swissland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens, the united states suspected the citizens of using Swiss banks to cheat on their taxes, the report noted August 31 letter from deputy attorney general jams call, the letter ask for detail information on suspect tax avoidance at credit Swiss and as many as 9 smaller swiss banks, the reports said failure to answer the American man by Tuesday could lead to criminal charges against one or more of the banks. Polish Jews and Christians played together and walked silently to protest an attack on a memory to polish Jews, the memory honored polish Jews burned to death in would war 2, as many as 100 people protested the attack in the town of near the eastern city wetk, the attacks painted ,on the stone monument, were signed of a Germanies NIZI party, the worlds they were flaberg were also painted on the memory, in 1941 polish citizens forced hundreds of Jews to a farm building and then set it on fire, the victims burn to death. The new African nation of south Sudan is planning to move its capital from the city of juba to unless popular town in lacks state, south Sudanese official say the cabinet decide to move the capital to in the center of nation , official said Sunday that government was having trouble getting enough land to build new officers and other building in juba, the decision still needs parliamentary approval. A researcher ship has released the amplalar know as happy feet into the southern ocean, the pengrids was flee on Sunday about seven hundred kilometers south of new Zealand, that is about 2000 kilometers from Atlantic where most peng lived, the birds spent six month at the welinton zone after he was discovered along the coast of new Zeland, at the time of discovery, happy feet was suffering from stomach disorders that had left him near death after doctors performed operation , he recovered at the zone of fish. Finally listen news, a 21 year old American is now the youngest triple jump world champion in history, Christ talor won the event on the last day of the international association of atlantics federations world championship in dagoon south Korea, he jumped 17 point 96 meters to win the gold medal, this is the 5th best triple jump of all time, also on Sunday , usam bought and teammate won the 100 meter event, they broke their old record with the time of 37 .04 seconds. And now here again is the major news of the hour, anti gadhafi fighters in Libya say the negotiations for the surrender of the town of bani have failed, reports say Syria security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on town in northwestern Syria, and in western Japan recorded rain fall and land slides have killed at least 20 people, 60 others are missing, that the news in voa special English.
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It is 00:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English.

A spokesman for anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya says negotiations for the surrender of Bani Walid have failed. Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi are still in control of the town. The negotiator Abdullah Kanshil spoke to reporters on Sunday. He said the talks had collapsed after those loyal to Mr. Gadhafi demanded that anti- Gadhafi fighters entered the town without their weapons. No comment was available from pro-Gadhafi negotiators.

Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. Rights groups say troops attacking pro-democracy demonstrators killed 8 people in the northern province of Idlib. They blamed troops for 4 more deaths in areas near the central Syrian city of Homs. Also on Sunday, the state-operated news agency reported that armed “terrorist” groups attacked a bus in central Syria. The news agency said the attackers killed 9 people, 6 soldiers and 3 civilians. In other news, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross visited Damascus and met Sunday with Syrian Foreign Minister. ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger is to meet Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday.

Activists in Yemen say at least 4 people were wounded Sunday in attacks on demonstrators. The activists said the protestors were shot as they marched past government buildings in capital Sana'a. There are conflicting reports as to whether the attackers were security forces or supporters of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Indian officials say at least 15 people were killed and many others were injured in a bus accident in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Officials said the accident happened Sunday near the city of Dehradun. They said the bus fell into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle. At least 8 passengers are missing.

Record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people in western Japan. Fifty others are missing. Japan’s public television reported Sunday that flooded rivers carried buildings away in Wakayama prefecture. Landslides crashed houses in the city of Tanabe. The rain and landslides resulted from a powerful slow moving storm in the Pacific Ocean.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

President Obama is urging elected officials not to play politics with federal aid for victims of a major storm last week. Mr. Obama spoke during a visit to the state of New Jersey on Sunday. He traveled to the city of Paterson which received heavy rains from the storm. Parts of Paterson were flooded. Hurricane Irene struck the coast of North Carolina last week. Irene lost strength but brought plenty of rain and strong winds as it moved up the eastern coast Vermont and later entered Canada. The storm was blamed for at least 40 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Swiss news reports say the United States has asked Switzerland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens. United States suspects the citizens of using Swiss banks to cheat on their taxes. The reports noted an August 31st letter from deputy Attorney General, James M. Cole. The letter asked for detailed information on suspected tax avoidance at Credit Suisse and as many as 9 smaller Swiss banks. The reports said failure to answer the American demand by Tuesday could lead to criminal charges against one or more of the banks.

Polish Jews and Christians prayed together and walked silently to protest an attack on a memorial to Polish Jews. The memorial honored Polish Jews burned to death in World War II. As many as 100 people protested the attack in the town of Jedwabne near the eastern city Bialystok. The attackers painted a Swastika on the stone monument. Swastika was a sign of Germany’s Nazi Party. The words “they were flammable” were also painted on the memorial. In 1941, Polish citizens forced hundreds of Jews into a farm building, and then set it on fire, the victims burned to death.

The new African nation of South Sudan is planning to move its capital from the city of Juba to a less populated town in Lakes state. South Sudanese officials say the cabinet decided to move the capital to Ramciel in the center of the nation. Officials said Sunday that the government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other buildings in Juba. The decision still needs parliamentary approval.

A research ship has released the emperor penguin, known as Happy Feet, into the southern ocean. The penguin was freed Sunday about 700 kilometers south of New Zealand. That is about 2,000 kilometers from the Atlantic where most emperor penguins live. The bird spent 6 months at the Wellington Zoo after he was discovered along the coast of New Zealand. At the time of his discovering, Happy Feet was suffering from stomach disorders. That had left him near death. After doctors performed operation, he recovered at the zoo on a diet of fish, milk shakes.

Finally this news, a 21-year old American is now the youngest triple jump world champion in history. Christian Taylor won the event on the last day of the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championship in Daegu, South Korean. He jumped 17.96 meters to win the gold medal. This is the fifth-best triple jump of all time. Also on Sunday, Usain Bolt and his Jamaican teammates won the 4 × 100 meters event. They broke their old world record with a time of 37.04 seconds.

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

Anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya say negotiations for the surrender of the town of Bani Walid have failed. Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. And in western Japan, Record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people. Fifty others are missing.

That’s the news in VOA Special English.

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9楼 作者:Aggie 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

A spokesman for anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya says negotiations for the surrender of Bani Walid have failed. Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi are still in control of the town. Negotiator Abdullah Kanshil spoke to reporters on Sunday. He said the talks had collapsed after those loyal to Mr. Gadhafi demanded that anti-Gadhafi fighters enter the town without their weapons. No comment was available from pro-Gadhafi negotiators.

Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. Rights groups say troops attacking pro-democracy demonstrators killed eight people in the northern province of Idlib. They blamed troops for four more deaths in areas near the central Syrian city of Homs. Also on Sunday, the state-operated news agency reported that armed "terrorist" groups attacked a bus in central Syria. The news agency said the attackers killed nine people - six soldiers and three civilians. In other news, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross visited Damascus and met Sunday with Syria's Foreign Minister. ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger is to meet with Syrian President Bash al-Assad on Monday.

Activists in Yemen say at least four people were wounded Sunday in attacks on demonstrators. The activists said the protesters were shot as they marched past government buildings in the capital Sana. They are conflicting reports as to whether the attackers were security forces of supporters of Yemenite President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Indian officials say at least 15 people were killed and many others injured in a bus accident in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Official said the accident happened Sunday near the city of Dehradun. They said the bus fell into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle. At least eight passengers are missing.

Record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people in western Japan. Fifty others are missing. Japan's public television reported Sunday that flooded rivers carry buildings away in Wakayama Prefecture. Landslides crushed houses in the city of Tanabe. The rain and landslides resulted from a powerful slow-moving storm in the Pacific Ocean.

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

President Obama is urging elect officials not to play politics with federal aid for victims of a major storm last week. Mr. Obama spoke during a visit to the state of New Jersey on Sunday. He traveled to the city of Paterson, which received heavy rains from the storm. Parts of Paterson were flooded. Hurricane Irene struck the coast of North Carolina last week. Irene lost strength but brought plenty of rain and strong winds as it moved up the East Coast to Vermont, and later entered Canada. The storm was blamed for at least 40 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Swiss news reports say the United States has asked Switzerland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens. United States suspects the citizens of using Swiss banks to cheat on their taxes. The reports noted an August 31st letter from Deputy Attorney General James Cole. The letter asks for detailed information on suspected tax avoidance at Credit Suisse, and as many as nine smaller Swiss banks. The reports said failure to answer the American demand by Tuesday could lead to criminal charges against one or more of the banks.

Polish Jews and Christians prayed together and walker silently to protest an attack on a memorial to Polish Jews. The memorial honored Polish Jews burned to death in World War Two. As many as 100 people protested the attack in the town of Jedwabne near the eastern city of Bialystok. The attackers painted a swastika on the stone monument. Swastikas were a sign of Germany's Nazi Party. The words "they were flammable" were also painted on the memorial. In 1941, Polish citizens forced hundreds of Jews into a farm building, and then setted on fire. The victims burned to death.

The new African nation of South Sudan is planning to move its capital from the city of Juba to a less populated town in Lakes State. South Sudanese officials say the Cabinet decided to move the capital to Ramciel, in the center of the nation. Officials said Sunday that the government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other buildings in Juba. The decision still needs parliamentary approval.

A research ship has released the emperor penguin known as "Happy Feet" into the Southern Ocean. The penguin was freed Sunday about 700 kilometers south of New Zealand. That is about 2,000 kilometers from Antarctica, where most emperor penguins live. The birds spent six months at the Wellington Zoo, after he was discovered along the coast of New Zealand. At the time of his discovery, Happy Feet was suffering from stomach disorders that had left him near death. After doctors performed an operation, he recovered at the zoo on a diet of fish milkshakes.

Finally this news, a 21-year-old American is now the youngest triple jump world champion in history. Christian Taylor won the event on the last day of the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championship in Daegu, South Korea. He jumped 17.96 meters to win the gold medal. This is the fifth-best triple jump of all time. Also on Sunday, Usain Bolt and his Jamaican teammates won the 4×100 meter event. They broke their old world record with a time of 37.04 seconds.

And now, here again is the major news of the hour. Anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya say negotiations for the surrender of the town of Bani Walid have failed. Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. And in western Japan, record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people. Fifty others are missing.

That's the news in VOA Special English.

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

A spokesman for anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya says negotiations for the surrender of Bani Walid have failed. Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi are still in control of the town. Negotiator Abdullah Kanshil spoke to reporters on Sunday. He said the talks had collapsed after those loyal to Mr. Gadhafi demanded that anti-Gadhafi fighters enter the town without their weapons. No comment was available from pro-Gadhafi negotiators.

Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. Rights groups say troops attacking pro-democracy demonstrators killed eight people in the northern province of Idlib. They blamed troops for four more deaths in areas near the central Syrian city of Homs. Also on Sunday, the state-operated news agency reported that armed "terrorist" groups attacked a bus in central Syria. The news agency said the attackers killed nine people, six soldiers and three civilians. In other news, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross visited Damascus and met Sunday with Syria's foreign minister. ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger is to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday.

Activists in Yemen say at least four people were wounded Sunday in attacks on demonstrators. The activists said the protesters were shot as they marched past government buildings in the capital, Sana'a. There are conflicting reports as to whether the attackers were security forces or supporters of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Indian officials say at least 15 people were killed and many others injured in a bus accident in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Officials said the accident happened Sunday near the city of Dehradun. They said the bus fell into a river after the driver lost control of the vehicle. At least eight passengers are missing.

Record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people in western Japan. Fifty others are missing. Japan's public television reported Sunday that flooded rivers carried buildings away in Wakayama Prefecture. Landslides crushed houses in the city of Tanabe. The rain and landslides resulted from a powerful slow-moving storm in the Pacific Ocean.

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

President Obama is urging elected officials not to play politics with federal aid for victims of a major storm last week. Mr. Obama spoke during a visit to the state of New Jersey on Sunday. He traveled to the city of Paterson, which received heavy rains from the storm. Parts of Paterson were flooded. Hurricane Irene struck the coast of North Carolina last week. Irene lost strength but brought plenty of rain and strong winds as it moved up the East Coast to Vermont and later entered Canada. The storm was blamed for at least 40 deaths and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Swiss news reports say the United States has asked Switzerland for detailed information about thousands of American citizens. The United States suspects the citizens of using Swiss banks to cheat on their taxes. The reports noted an August 31st letter from Deputy Attorney General James Cole. The letter asked for detailed information on suspected tax avoidance at Credit Suisse and as many as nine smaller Swiss banks. The reports said failure to answer the American demand by Tuesday could lead to criminal charges against one or more of the banks.

Polish Jews and Christians prayed together and walked silently to protest an attack on a memorial to Polish Jews. The memorial honored Polish Jews burned to death in World War Two. As many as 100 people protested the attack in the town of Jedwabne near the eastern city of Bialystok. The attackers painted a swastika on the stone monument. Swastikas were a sign of Germany's Nazi party. The words "they were flammable" were also painted on the memorial. In 1941, Polish citizens forced hundreds of Jews into a farm building and then set it on fire. The victims were burned to death.

The new African nation of South Sudan is planning to move its capital from the city of Juba to a less populated town in Lakes State. South Sudanese officials say the Cabinet decided to move the capital to Ramciel, in the center of the nation. Officials said Sunday that the government was having trouble getting enough land to build new offices and other buildings in Juba. The decision still needs parliamentary approval.

A research ship has released the emperor penguin known as "Happy Feet" into the Southern Ocean. The penguin was freed Sunday about 700 kilometers south of New Zealand. That is about 2,000 kilometers from Antarctica where most emperor penguins live. The birds spend six months at the Wellington Zoo after he was discovered along the coast of New Zealand. At the time of his discovery, Happy Feet was suffering from stomach disorders that had left him near death. After doctors performed an operation, he recovered at the zoo on a diet of fish milkshakes.

Finally this news, a 21-year-old American is now the youngest triple jump world champion in history. Christian Taylor won the event on the last day of the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championship in Daegu, South Korea. He jumped 17.96 meters to win the gold medal. This is the fifth-best triple jump of all time. Also on Sunday, Usain Bolt and his Jamaican teammates won the 4×100 meters event. They broke their owned world record with a time of 37.04 seconds.

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

Anti-Gadhafi fighters in Libya say negotiations for the surrender of the town of Bani Walid have failed. Reports say Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians in raids on towns in northwestern Syria. And in western Japan, record rainfall and landslides have killed at least 20 people. Fifty others are missing.

That's the news in VOA Special English.

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