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WORLD NEWS - May 24th, 2012

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我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年5月24日发布了关于这篇文章的精华帖子,全文如下:

  1. It is zero hour 30 universal time. Here is the news in Special English.
  2. Iran and world powers exchanged proposals at nuclear talks in Baghdad Wednesday. Iran's state news agency says Iranian negotiators presented a five point proposal dealing with nuclear and non-nuclear issues earlier. The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany presented their own proposal. Iran criticizes the proposal saying it made too many demands on Iran and did not offer enough on return. The European Union official said the six nation plan expands on the group's concern about Iran's enrichment of uranium to 20%. The two sides plan to meet again on Thursday. Iran says its uranium enrichment work is meant for medical research and for producing electricity. Western nations fear that Iran could use the uranium to make nuclear weapons.
  3. Doctors in Afghanistan say they are treating more than 120 girls for possible poisoning after they became sick. And educational officials said all the girls attend the same school in * province. He said they noted an unusual smell before becoming sick on Wednesday. One of the girls said she and many others have temporarily passed out after drinking water in the school. And passed the Taliban is carried out poison and acid attacks in female schools in an effort to close them down.
  4. The Pakistani doctor who helped the United States find Osama bin Laden has been sentenced to 33 years in prison. A pakistani official said Wednesday that a tribal court in the Khyber district found * guilty of treason. He was accused of organizing a vaccination campaign that helped the central intelligence agency collect genetic material from Osama bin Laden and his family. This helped confirm that the Al Qaeda leader was living in the Pakistani city of Ahmedabad. American forces killed him during a raid in the city last May.
  5. Millions of Egyptians stood in long lines Wednesday to vote in their country's first presidential election since President Mubarak resigned last year. Two voters spoke to a reporter about the election. I think it is a happy if I can make a choice. *. About 50 million Egyptians are registered to vote. The voting will last for two days.
  6. You are listening to the news in the special English.
  7. African Union and Somali officials say their troops have made progress as they fight to capture an area held by all shall Bob Revels northwest of the capital Mogadishu. Officials released a statement Wednesday it said troops were advancing to the area of Elisha and the Gloria area between Mogadishu and the regional capital *. It set up top * commander was killed in heavy fighting. * has held the area for years.
  8. Somali's six main political parties have ended three days of talks in others that they signed an agreement Wednesday to work to create a permanent government by August. The political parties also agreed to discuss less important issues at a later time. The agreement calls for the forming of a constituent assembly within four weeks. It also calls for the approval of a temporary constitution by July 10. 10 days later, the new parliament is to be sworn in and is to elect a president on August 20.
  9. Leaders of the 27 European Union nations have begun talks in Brussels aimed at fixing Europe's debt crisis. The leaders gathered in Brussels for a dinner meeting Wednesday. They were expected to discuss calls for measures designed to assist economic growth and job creation. The EU's position on the debt crisis has recently moved from support for cuts in government spending to probe growth policies will move followed the election of France's new president * and the failure of political negotiations in Greece. In recent elections, Greek voters rejected the parties that agreed to major spending cuts.
  10. President Obama has spoken to graduates of the United States Air Force Academy. He told them they were entering a world where the United States was in a better position than it was 10 years ago. Today we can say with confidence at pride U. S. Is stronger and safer and more respected in the world, because even as we've done the work of ending the wars we've laid the foundation for a new era of American leadership. Mr. Obama praised the American military for its role in weakening the Al Qaeda terrorist group. And he thanked those who were willing to sacrifice their lives for a safer world. President Obama said America's military and its economy are the world's strongest.
  11. United States lawmakers are investigating the sale of stock in the social networking website Facebook. Some have said information about the company's ability to make money was not given to some investors. The Senate Banking Committee says its investigators will meet with regulators and with Facebook officials. The spokesperson for the House financial services committee says its workers are studying the issue and that it is likely to be raised during hearings. The securities and exchange commission and the financial industry Regulatory Authority have called for Facebook stock sale to be studied. Officials in the state of Massachusetts have demanded information from the investment banker Morgan Stanley which led the stock sale. Facebook shares have lost about 16% of the value since first being offered to the public.
  12. And now briefly here again is the major news at this hour. Iran and world powers have exchanged proposals at nuclear talks in Baghdad. Negotiators are to meet again Thursday. Doctors in Afghanistan are treating more than 120 girls for possible poisoning after they became sick. The girls attend the same school. And Somali's six main political parties have agreed to work to create a permanent government by August. That's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

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