官方APP下载:英语全能特训(微信小程序版,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!

英语全能特训(微信小程序)
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 - May 22nd, 2012

阅读次数:


VIP会员专享下载:(非VIP会员无权下载!如果想下载,但还不是VIP会员,请点此订购
下载方式:使用鼠标右键(注意是鼠标右键!)点击下面的MP3音频/MP4视频链接,然后选择“另存为…”。
MP3节目录音 MP3节目录音 
文章正文
同步字幕

我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年5月22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 here is the news in special English.
  2. President Obama says there is a clear plan for NATO operations in Afghanistan. Mr. Obama spoke at the close of the NATO leaders meeting in Chicago Illinois. He said NATO members are united on a plan to end the fighting in Afghanistan. He says the plan will permit Afghan forces to deal with security on their own by 2014. Mr. Obama also said the security change in Afghanistan will be a messy process and he expects some bad moments. But he said the plan is sensible and responsible. President Obama said NATO ends its meeting stronger and more capable. He said the alliance remains the center of world security. VOA reporter in Chicago says about 120 protesters gathered Monday during the final day of the NATO meeting. The group delivered a message opposing war and financial cheating at the headquarters of the aerospace company bowling. On Sunday, Chicago police arrested 45 protesters near the area where NATO leaders were meeting. Thousands of people opposed to the war in Afghanistan joined a mostly peaceful protest on Sunday.
  3. A suicide bomb attack in Yemen Monday killed at least 96 soldiers in the capital *. More than 200 others were injured. Troops were gathered for a military parade. Yemeni officials say a suspected dissident soldier exploded the device. Al Qaeda says it carried out the bombing. It says its target was top Yemeni commanders. The group says it was reacting to an American supported military campaign against militants in southern Yemen. The Secretary-General of the United Nations condemned the bombing. Ban Ki-moon said those responsible must be brought to justice. He also called on the Yemeni people to reject the use of violence.
  4. Mali's temporary leader was beaten Monday by protesters in the capital by Michael. Malian official says President * has been treated for injuries and released from a hospital. She said the president's life is not in danger, but she did not provide details about his injuries. The protesters were angry about a new political agreement negotiated by the economic community of West African states and Mali's military. They force their way into the presidential palace. The agreement calls for Mr. * to stay in power on Somali reestablishes civilian rule. He was supposed to withdraw from the presidency Tuesday.
  5. The finance ministers of Germany and France are promising their support for efforts to keep Greece in the Euromoney group, but to continue to disagree on ways to help governments with large debts. Two finance ministers met Monday in Berlin that had a meeting of the euro zone leaders planned for Wednesday in Brussels. New French President * that wants countries using the euro to create Eurobonds. Germany wants debtor countries like Greece Italy and Spain to cut spending before any Eurobonds are created.
  6. Share prices dropped on the second day of trading for social media company Facebook price fell 13% in the first hour that the market opened Monday. It was down 11% in the afternoon when the markets closed. Facebook shares closed at $38.23 a share last Friday. That was $23 a bond of the first opening price.
  7. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  8. Officials in Colombia say the rebel group FARC has killed at least 12 government soldiers in *. Four soldiers were reportedly wounded. The official says FARC fighters attacked from Venezuelan territory and withdrew there as well. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez spoke about the attack soon after it happened. He said he had sent additional troops to the area. He said Venezuela would not permit groups to use its territory to attack troops of other countries. Mr. Chavez also said he has spoken about the attack with Colombian President Santos.
  9. The head of the international atomic energy agency has held separate meetings in Iran with several government energy officials. Iran's nuclear negotiator Saeed Johnny Lee said he had a good discussion with IAEA chief Yukio * about reducing the number of nuclear weapons in the world. But there was no report of an agreement on the IAEA request to inspect Iran's nuclear centers. It was the first time that Mr. * travels to Iran since taking office in 2009. Iran has been rejecting IAEA requests to inspect its Park Chan Military Center. Western nations believe that Iran may be developing nuclear weapons at the center.
  10. Indonesian government lawyers are asking the court to sentence a suspected Islamic militant to life in prison. * is accused of helping to build the bomb used in the Bali nightclub attacks in 2002. He apologized to the victims and their families. He said he did not know that the bombs were to be used in night clubs. Patrick was captured last year in the same Pakistani town where American forces killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
  11. Sri Lankan opposition leader and former army chief * have been released from prison. Thousands gathered outside the prison to see him on Monday. President * ordered the release after Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister met in Washington on Friday with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. They talked about human rights on the island nation. The opposition leader was in prison on weapons offenses and for making accusations against Sri Lanka's defense secretary. Who is the brother of the president. * blamed politics for the cases against them. He faced Mr. Roger in the presidential election two years ago. The former army chief is credited with defeating Tamil Tiger rebels after a 25 year civil war.
  12. And now briefly again, the top news President Obama says there is a clear plan for NATO operations in Afghanistan. Al Qaeda has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Yemen's capital that killed at least 96 troops. And Mali President * has been treated in a hospital after protesters beat him in the capital *. That's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

如果你想参与该帖讨论,请访问:World News-2012年5月22日

网友的学习评论(0条):
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ICP备05000269号-1中国工业和信息化部网站备案查询
广播台