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WORLD NEWS - March 28th, 2012

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我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年3月28日发布了关于这篇文章的精华帖子,全文如下:

  1. It is 23 hours 30 universal time. Here is the news in special English.
  2. Western diplomats are not sure if Syria will change its behavior after accepting a plan to settle the country's year-long rebellion. Opposition members accuse Syrian President Bishara Assad of agreeing to the plan to gain time while his troops kill opponents. Norway * of the Syrian National Council said Tuesday the group has no trust of the current government. She said no deal is possible until the killing of civilians stops. The United States said it would judge Mr. Assad state of agreeing to the plan by what he does not what he says. Diplomatic moves came as government soldiers chased rebels who are taking refuge across the Lebanese border there were conflicting reports as to whether Syrian troops crossed into Lebanon. Military sources in Lebanon denied Syrian troops entered their territory.
  3. President Barack Obama and other world leaders on Tuesday called for strong steps to fight nuclear terrorism. They also called for steps to limit civilian use of highly enriched uranium. The leaders included Chinese President Hu Jintao, and Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf *. They spoke from the South Korean capital Seoul. Mr. Obama said the international community must make what he called a serious and sustained effort to cut nuclear weapons. Are still too many bad actors of in search of these dangerous materials and these dangerous materials are still vulnerable into many places. It would not take much just a handful or so of his materials to kill hundreds of thousands of those people. That's an exaggeration of reality we face. The final statement did not offer details and it did not make a note of a plan by nearby North Korea to launch a missile in April.
  4. A West African group has suspended Mali's membership because rebellious soldiers overthrew its democratically elected government last week. Ivory Coast President * who leads the economic community of West African states or * called an emergency meeting of the group on Tuesday. After the meeting, representatives announced Mali's suspension. They also said * would send officials within 48 hours to restore democracy. The group controls West Africa's shared currency. It is considering whether to place more restrictions on Mali. The United States, France, and the European Union have all already stopped non-humanitarian aid to Mali because of the ouster.
  5. Cuba's vice president says there will be no political reform in Cuba even though Pope Benedict called for more freedom in the country. * made the remarks as the pope arrived in Havana Tuesday Pope Benedict is to meet with Cuban Pres. Raul Castro and possibly with retired president of Fidel Castro. On Monday, the Pope urged thousands of people at a religious service in the city of Santiago to help build a renewed and open society.
  6. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  7. The European Union has launched a study to find out if political, economic, and legal conditions in Kosovo will permit the country to have closer ties with the EU. The EU's enlargement commissioner met with top leaders in the city of Pristina Tuesday. He told reporters that the EU will consider whether Kosovo is ready to sign the stabilization and association agreement. That agreement is the first step in a long process of reforms of the country needs to make before joining the EU.
  8. Some justices on the United States Supreme Court are questioning a major part of America's health care reform law. They are raising doubts over whether the government had required Americans to buy health insurance. The arguments Tuesday came on the second of three days of hearings on President Obama were affordable care act. Chief Justice John Roberts is asked if the government can force people to buy health insurance. Candidate requires people to buy other things like cell phones, broccoli, burial insurance. Justice Stephen Breyer said the issue shows there is a national problem involving money, cost, and insurance. The case represents a major legal and political battle over the reform signed into law two years ago. Both supporters and opponents of the law gathered outside the Court Tuesday.
  9. The latest American opinion studies show that public support for the war in Afghanistan is decreasing. Growing number of people wants President Obama to bring combat troops home from the country faster. But many Afghans fear if international troops withdraw suddenly, the country could fall into a civil war involving security forces of the Taliban and other ethnic groups.
  10. The world food program or WFP says Russia has donated 41 trucks to support food delivery in Afghanistan. The trucks are worth more than 2.5 million dollars. WFP official thanked the Russian government for its donation. He said getting food to hungry people in the country is an important part of the operation. The WFP now has 174 trucks. They have so far delivered more than 100,000 times of food and supplies to the needy.
  11. The United Nations refugee agency says Afghans topped the list of people seeking asylum in industrial countries last year. The UN official told VOA Afghanistan is followed by China and Iraq. He added that the number of people seeking asylum rose 20% last year. The UN high commissioner for refugees called 2011 a year of great difficulty for many people. The country that receives the most claims for asylum was South Africa.
  12. Now briefly here again is the major news for this hour. Western diplomats are not sure if Syria will change its behavior after accepting a plan to settle the country's year-long rebellion. A West African group has suspended Mali's membership because its government was overthrown last week. And Cuba's vice president says there will be no political reform in Cuba even though Pope Benedict has called for more freedom in the country. That's the news in VOA special English coming to you from Washington.

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