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WORLD NEWS - March 4th, 2012

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我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年3月4日发布了关于这篇文章的精华帖子,全文如下:

  1. Here is the news in Special English from the Voice of America. I'm Robert in Washington.
  2. Voting began in the eastern areas of Russia Sunday in the country's presidential election. The most recent independent public opinion study shows that Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will win. Mr. Putin has already served two terms as president. However, the opposition told protests against Mr. Putin across the country and his political party before the voting began. Hundreds of thousands of Russians have demonstrated since the disputed parliamentary elections in December. Protesters say Mr. Putin's ruling United Russia party won by cheating. The party denies the charges.
  3. The international committee of the Red Cross appealed Saturday to Syrian officials to let aid workers enter the city of Homs. Thousands of people trapped in the city's bubble bomber area need food, water, and medical supplies. The ICRC said it will work with the Syrian Red Crescent to try to provide the aid on Sunday. Activists say the humanitarian situation is poor, and government forces are continuing to attack the city. An ICRC spokesman told Britain's Sky news Saturday that seven trucks carrying aid supplies entered Homs. But the spokesman said the trucks were not permitted to enter Bubbleover because of unsafe conditions. Separately, remains 2 reporters killed in an attack on Bubbleover in February left Syria on Saturday. French plane flew the bodies of Marie Golden and Remillard to Paris.
  4. Early results from elections in Iran show that the opposition to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is likely to gain control of Parliament. Supporters of supreme leader Ayatollah have won in several areas across the country. And the president's supporters are losing seats in Parliament. Interior minister Mohammed Najjar estimated that 64% global countries registered voters took part in the election. Iran's main opposition and reformist groups boycott the election on Friday. Political observers say the voting will have little effect on Iranian foreign or nuclear policy. But they say it will strengthen Mr. Hameinayi'S position before the presidential election next year. Final results will be expected next week.
  5. A suicide bomber in northwestern Pakistan killed a policeman and injured a local lawmaker Saturday. Officials in the Carter * province say the attack was aimed at a vehicle carrying politician * and his supporters. Mr. Surepaul was not injured. The French news agency that reported a leader from the local Taliban militia claimed responsibility for the attack.
  6. The New York Times newspaper says the burning of Iran's out of the NATO base in Afghanistan last month could have been presented several times. The burning of the Muslim holy book said Bob Robert airbase was followed by days of violent anti-American protests. The newspaper report says about one week before the burning. Military officers became concerned that prisoners were secretly sending notes written in books from the library. Later Afghan soldiers saw religious books in boxes for waiting remove. By the time, their top officer reported him concerned to American officials the books were on their way to the burner. Both American and Afghan investigators say soldiers transporting the books could not read Arabic and did not understand the importance of the books. An American official said the religious books should have been stored not burn.
  7. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  8. A North Korean official says that American military exercises with South Korea show that the United States is not serious about peace. Major-General Kwok Jaw Line said the United States calls for talks on the safes while aiming up the overthrow of its discussion from behind. He also warned that North Korea troops were ready for revenge on American forces. Also Saturday, state-controlled television showed North Korean leader Kim Jong En visiting the country's missile command center.
  9. The President of Sudan condemned the international criminal court for ordering the arrest of his defense minister. President Omar Al Bashir spoke to a crowd during a political gathering in Khartoum on Saturday. He said the ICC accusation was an attempt to weaken the country's armed forces. Mr. Al Bashir said he and his minister would defend the name of Sudan. On Thursday, the ICC ordered the arrest of Defense Minister Abdul Rahim Mohammed Hussein. The court has charged him with war crimes, and crimes against humanity related to the conflict in the Dalfur areas of Sudan.
  10. Forces loyal to the Al Shabbat group have attacked the Somali army security stop. They killed at least nine people. Somali and Al Shabbat officials say the fighting happened late Friday and early Saturday in the Portland area. Latest violence comes as forces supported by the African Union have said they are making progress in their fight against Al Shabbat.
  11. And President Obama says the financial rescue measures for the auto industry save more than 1 million jobs during the recent economic recession. Mr. Obama says helping talk American carmakers also added more than 200,000 new auto industry jobs in 30 months. He made the comments during his weekly speech to the nation on Saturday.
  12. Briefly here again is the major news of the hour. Voting began in the eastern areas of Russia Sunday in the country's presidential election. The international committee of the Red Cross appealed Saturday to Syrian officials to let aid workers enter the city of Homs. And early results from elections in Iran show that the opposition to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is likely to gain control of Parliament. That's the news in VOA Special English.

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网友的学习评论(3条):
作者:Blanche
太棒了,灰常感谢哦
作者:303951131
错的地方太多了吧。前三条里就有以下错误:Robert Cohen, held protests, The International Committee of the Red Cross, the city's Baba Amr area, the remains of two reporters, A French plane, Marie Colvin and Remi Ochlik...
作者:Jocelyn
有些地方错了啊
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