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WORLD NEWS - Dec 22nd, 2011

发布日期:12-22-2011

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文章来源:WORLD NEWS - Dec 22nd, 2011

  1. It is zero hours 30 universal time here now news in VOA special English. I'm Christopher Crews reporting live from the VOA news center in Washington.
  2. Spokesman for Pres. Obama says the government of Syria President Bushare alSad will soon come to an end. Jay Carney said Wednesday that fear is the only thing holding Syria's government together. Mr. Carney noted that military defections are increasing. He also noted that some traditional Syria allies have turned against the Syria government. Separately, the opposition's Syria national Council has urged the United Nations and the Arab League to take action after reports that government troops killed more than 250 people in two days. The opposition urged the UN to force Syria's troops to with draw from the areas where the deaths happened and declare safe zones inside Syria. 
  3. Iraqi VP Tolley G Chamblee says charges that he plotted to kill other government officials on political moves by Prime Minister Yuri alMalike. Mr. Hashemi says the Prime Minister is trying to control all power after American troops withdrawal. Mr. Hashemi spoke to VOA on Wednesday. He said the Prime Minister controls the security and intelligence forces and does not permit other elected officials to interfere. The vice president fled to the Kurdish area of northern Iraq to escape an order for his arrest. 
  4. Turkish officials say Turkish troops have killed 21 Kurdish rebels in a military operation in the country's southeast. Officials said the clashes were in Diyarbakir province in the area of * Mountain. Wednesday was the first day of the Turkish military operation. The military launched the ground and air strikes after identifying the group of rebels belonging to the Kurdistan workers party or PKK. Rebels have been fighting for self-rule in southeastern Turkey. 
  5. The European Central Bank is lending a large amount of money to banks in the 17 nations that use the euro. Bank officials hope the loans will limit the effects of the confidence that crisis. The central bank announced Wednesday that it would make $638 billion in three-year loans to 523 banks. This would be the largest amount of money entering Europe's banking system in the 14 year history of the Euro. Separately, a rating agency lowered Hungary's credit rating standard and Poor's said it acted because of concerns about Hungarian government policies. The Prime Minister wants policies that critics say would reduce the independence of the central bank. 
  6. The European Court of Justice has refused a request to block a law that makes airline companies pay for their carbon pollution. A court ruled Wednesday that the law, including airlines in the European Union's pollution trading plan is lawful. Measure reset to take effect on New Year's Day. It is part of the EU's environmental plan to limit the release of pollution causing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. International airlines that fly to Europe asked the court to block the measure. The ruling could lead to a diplomatic dispute between the EU and some of its biggest trading partners. 
  7. You are listening to the new was in VOA special English coming to you live from Washington.
  8. North Korea and government media said millions of people marked the death of Kim Jong-Il on Wednesday. Many brought white flowers to the center of Pyongyang the North Korean capital. The 69-year-old leader died of heart failure Saturday. His funeral will be held on December 28. 
  9. NATO officials say five Polish soldiers have been killed in an explosion in eastern Afghanistan. Local Afghan officials said the device exploded Wednesday near a group of coalition troops in the province of Ghazni. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. The Polish President Bronislaw Lasky expressed his sympathy to family members of the soldiers. He said NATO needs to look for a political solution rather than a military solution in Afghanistan. 
  10. Afghan operators run the first train on Afghanistan's first major railroad Wednesday. The new railroad opens the possibility of expanded trade in and out of Afghanistan. because it is surrounded by other countries. Afghanistan does not have a seaport. The country's deputy public works minister said the train arrived in the northern city of Malls ReSharif after a 75 km trip from the border with Pakistan. The Asian development bank provided the money for the 2577865 million project. 
  11. Spain's new Prime Minister Mari Omaha was sworn in on Wednesday. He says he will work to improve the country's economy. On Tuesday, Spain's Parliament voted to approve him as prime minister last month his popular party hosted the Spanish Socialist workers party of Prime Minister *. Spain is close to entering a recession. It also has one of Europe's highest unemployment rate. Mr. Rowe Lloyd has promised to cut $22 billion from the country's large budget deficit through deep spending cuts. 
  12. And finally at this hour the American Justice Department says bank of America has agreed to pay $335 million to resolve accusations of discrimination. Officials say the countrywide financial group charged more than 200,000 African-American and Hispanic borrowers higher interest rates than white borrowers. The suspected discrimination took place before the bank bought countrywide financial. A Bank of America's spokesman says the bank does not practice lending based on race.
  13. Now briefly here again is the major news of the hour in VOA special English
  14. The Syria national Council has urged the UN and the Arab League to take action following reports that Syrian troops killed more than 250 people in two days. Iraq's vice president says charges against him were made for political reasons. And the European Central Bank is lending $638 billion to banks in the 17 nations that use the euro to try to limit the effects of the cut down that crisis. That's the news in VOA special English. I'm Christopher Crews in Washington.
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