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WORLD NEWS - May 16th, 2012

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我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年5月16日发布了关于这篇文章的精华帖子,全文如下:

  1. It is zero hours 30 universal time and that's time for the news in Special English.
  2. The new president of France and Germany's Chancellor say they will work together on proposals to create economic growth in Europe and avoid a monetary crisis. French President Holland and flew to Berlin after his swearing-in Tuesday. He and Chancellor * spoke to reporters after their meeting. * expressed her belief that the two nations could find solutions because she said both want economic development for Euro. Mr. Holland had been expected to ask that adept resolution agreement for euro nations be renegotiated to assist growth instead of reduce spending.
  3. Negotiations to settle the political crisis in Greece have ended. Greek President * said the talks have failed. Socialist. Party leader * says Greece will have to hold new elections possibly next month. Political leaders in Greece have tried unsuccessfully to form a coalition government. They have not been able to agree on spending plans approved by European Union countries to resolve Europe's debt crisis. Greek voters rejected plans deep spending cuts or tax increases and reductions in government jobs.
  4. Syrian activists say government forces shot and killed at least 20 mourners during a funeral march in central Syria. Minutes later a bomb exploded near United Nations observers in the area. The 2 incidents took place Tuesday in * a town near the city of Homs. Syrian Observatory for human rights accused government forces of killing the people in the presence of the UN observers. No one was hurt when the bomb exploded, but several vehicles were damaged. Syrian dissidents also reported the killings of at least seven other people across the country.
  5. The leaders in Mongolia are facing international pressure over the treatment of former president *. A Mongolian court approved the former presidents conditional release from jail on Monday he is being treated in a hospital after refusing to eat to protest his detention. * was then arrested in April and charged with the is misusing government property. Activists say he was arrested to prevent him from taking part in parliamentary elections. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon reportedly told Mongolian President * that he was worried about the former presidents condition. In the United States, Sen. Dianne Feinstein said she asked the office of VP Joe Biden to tell Mongolian leaders about the need for a full legal process.
  6. Burmese democracy leader Aung San Su Kii says she supports efforts by American Sen. John Mccain to suspend that not remove restrictions against her country. She says that would send a message of support for democratic reforms by the new Burmese government. Aung San Su Kii made her comments during a video discussion with the George W. Bush Presidential Institute in Washington.
  7. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  8. Chinese activist * says American and Chinese officials have been discussing plans for him to travel to the United States. The activist told VOA that an official from China's central government had visited him in the hospital to discuss details of the trip. And American officials say the United States has completed processing his travel documents. The activist has been offered a chance to teach and study in New York.
  9. Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr is defending his country's military ties with the United States. Mr. Carr spoke Tuesday on his first official visit to China. He said that his talks with Chinese officials have been mostly about Australia's decision to accept up to 2500 American troops. The first American Marines began arriving in April. The United States says the troop deployment is aimed at improving security in East Asia and the Pacific. Mr. Carr told reporters in Beijing that Australia's military relationship with the United States is not new. He also said he would like to see greater military cooperation between Australia and China.
  10. The trial of former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic begins Wednesday at a United Nations court in The Hague. The former army commander faces 11 charges, including genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. He is accused of ordering the killing of about 8000 men and boys near the Bosnian city of *. He is also accused of ordering the long deadly attack on Bosnia's capital Sarajevo in the early 1990s.
  11. In Columbia, a bomb attack has killed at least two people and wounded 17 others. President Juan Manuel Santos says the bombing was an attempt to murder of a former interior minister. The president said the target was Fernando * who was among the wounded. Mr. Santos said the explosion killed Mr. * driver and a policeman. The Colombian president condemned the attack and said his government will not be frightened by terrorism. No one has claimed responsibility. Mr. * was interior minister under former Pres. * who led a military campaign against Colombian rebels.
  12. Nobel award-winning Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes has died in Mexico City he was 83 years old. Mr. Fuentes wrote mainly about modern Mexico and what he saw as its political failures. His first novel "the air is clear" was published when he was 29 years old. Mexican Pres. * says he deeply regrets the death of what he calls the country's beloved and respected writer.
  13. And now briefly here again is the major news at this hour. The leaders of France and Germany say they will work together on proposals to create economic growth in Europe and avoid a monetary crisis. Syrian activists say government forces shot and killed at least 20 mourners during a funeral march. And Mongolia's leaders are facing international pressure over the treatment of former President *. And that's the news read in VOA Special English coming your way from Washington.

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