官方APP下载:英语学习播客(支持苹果手机、安卓手机)
创办于2003年
UNSV记不住?那就记中文谐音“忧安思危”吧!
  Slow and Steady Wins the Race!
UNSV英语学习频道 - Slow and steady wins the race!
公众微信服务号(英语全能特训)
英语全能特训(微信公众服务号)
UNSV英语学习频道淘宝网店
客服短信:18913948480
客服邮箱:web@unsv.com
初级VIP会员
全站英语学习资料下载。
¥98元/12个月

WORLD NEWS - Dec 27th, 2011

发布日期:12-27-2011

我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2011年12月27日发布了关于这篇文章的精华帖子,全文如下:

文章来源:WORLD NEWS - Dec 27th, 2011

  1. It is zero hours 30 universal time. I'm Mike Lewis in Washington.
  2. Syrian security forces have continued their attacks in the city of Homs, the center of the country's political opposition. Heavy gunfire and shelling in Homs and killed at least 30 people on Monday. The violence came just as observers from the Arab League began arriving in Syria from Egypt. 50 observers and 10 other Arab League officials arrived Monday. They are to see whether the Syrian government is acting on its promises to withdraw tanks and troops from cities, and release political prisoners. The observers are to visit Homs and several other cities on Tuesday. France joined Syrian activists in calling for the Arab League observers to enter Homs immediately.
  3. In Iraq, a suicide bomber has exploded a car bomb outside the Interior Ministry in Baghdad. Two civilians and five policemen were killed. More than 30 were wounded. Police say the attacker drove his car into a security barrier Monday during early-morning traffic. The attack comes after several bomb attacks in Baghdad that killed about 70 people on Thursday. The attacks raise concerns about the Iraqi government's ability to secure the country. 
  4. Pakistan's prime minister has denied media reports that he was planning to dismiss the chiefs of the Army and the military intelligence agency or ISI. reports about Army General * and ISI chief * are believed it and talk about a dispute between civilian politicians and the military. But Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gelani said he was happy with their work. Relations between Pakistan's army and government became tense after a note that was said to have come from the government. The document reportedly thought American intervention to prevent a feared military overthrow of the government. 
  5. Mexican officials say they have captured a leader of a powerful drug group. Chief army spokesman Ricardo Trevino told reporters that Felipe Cabrera Satrapy was captured on Friday without a shot being fired. Officials said he was captured in Culiacan, the capital of * state. Guard stood on either side of the prisoner at a press conference Monday in Mexico City. The army spokesman said police seized computers and documents during the arrest. He added that Felipe Cabrera was a top aide to drug chief Joachim * who is Mexico's most-wanted man. 
  6. The top human rights official at the United Nations has criticized the prison sentences given to pro-democracy activists in China. The UN released a statement from its High Commissioner for human rights Navy Pillay. The statement noted the case of visited Chen Qi, who received a 10-year jail sentence on Monday. It also noted that the nine-year sentence given to Chen Wei. Both were sentenced for inviting subversion. Ms. Pillay called the sentences a serious setback for the protection of human rights in China. She said they also were evidence of a campaign against the activities of human rights defenders. 
  7. You are listening to the news in VOA special English
  8. North Korea's new leader Kim Jong-En met Monday with a private delegation of influential South Koreans. It was his first meeting with the foreign visitors since the death of his father was announced last week. The meeting brought the 28-year-old together with the wife of former South Korean Pres. Kim Dae Jong. She is visiting North Korea with several other people to bring a message of sympathy about the death of Kim Jong-Il. 
  9. In Nigeria hundreds of mourners attended a memorial service Monday for the victims of the Christmas Day bombing at a Roman Catholic church. The attack killed 35 people. The clergyman at St. Theresa's church said the attack made him cry for the first time in his life. The attack was one of four explosions in Nigeria on Sunday. At the Vatican, Pope Benedict denounced the bombings, he urged Catholics to pray for the victims. 
  10. While Dutch Shell says it has stopped on oil spill in waters near Nigeria before the oil reached the coast. In a statement, the company said it would continue to inspect the area and would clean up any remaining oil. The company said a separate oil spill has slowed its efforts. Shell said its crews are working to stop the oil spilled to. The Shell's Nigerian company estimated that less than 40,000 barrels of oil had leaked from the Bonga oilfield. The company has now stopped oil production there. 
  11. A committee investigating the disaster at Japan's Fukushima nuclear center is criticizing both Tokyo electric power and the government for not dealing effectively with the tragedy. In its first report, the committee said Tokyo electric power or Tapco had predicted that a tsunami larger than 10 m could hit the nuclear center, but it said Co. failed to plan for such a disaster. An earthquake and a huge tsunami struck the nuclear-power  center on March 11. The tsunami waves destroyed all three nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Center. Report criticized the government for delaying the release of radiation information to the public. It also said the government could not honestly report the severity of the damage in the nuclear reactors. 
  12. Indian activists, Aurora Saari says he will again stop eating to protest against the weak anti corruption law Parliament is now debating the bill. The measure would create a committee to investigate and charge political leaders and government worker suspected of corruption. 
  13. The hour's headlines and brief.
  14. Syrian rights activists say heavy gunfire and shelling in Homs have killed at least 30 people. In a suicide attack in Baghdad has killed seven people. That's the news in VOA special English. I'm Mike Lewis reported. 

如果你想参与该帖讨论,请访问:World News-2011年12月27日

版权所有©2003-2019 南京通享科技有限公司,保留所有权利。未经书面许可,严禁转载本站内容,违者追究法律责任。 互联网经营ICP证:苏B2-20120186
网站备案:苏公网安备 32010202011039号苏ICP备05000269号-1中国工业和信息化部网站备案查询
广播台