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WORLD NEWS - May 25th, 2012

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我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年5月25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. Here is the news in Special English.
  2. Six countries holding nuclear talks with Iran have agreed to hold another series of negotiations next month in Russia. European Union foreign-policy chief Catherine Ashton was the chief negotiator for the meeting in Iraq. She says the two sides agree on some issues. *, but we can take on the phone. But Ms. Ashton said there are also some major differences was. Ashton spoke to reporters in Baghdad. She said Iran and the group of six agreed to meet again in Moscow on June 18 and 19th.
  3. Egyptians have completed two days of voting in a historic presidential election. The campaign of the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morrisey said it believed he had received the most votes of any of the five top candidates. His campaign workers spoke to people at voting stations throughout the country after they have marked their ballots. Television channels using their own studies of voters also found that Mr. Morrissey was the top. Finisher election results will be announced Tuesday. The two candidates who receive the most votes will compete in a second election on June 16 and 17th. The winner of that election will be announced June 21.
  4. Pakistan has rejected American criticism of the jailing of a Pakistani doctor who helped the United States find Osama bin Laden. The rejection comes on the same day that the United States Senate committee voted to cut aid to Pakistan to protest the man's imprisonment on Wednesday. The court in the Northwestern Khyber tribal area sentenced * 33 years in prison for treason. He was accused of helping the American Central Intelligence Agency to gather medical information about bin Laden's family. He was not permitted to have a lawyer. Osama bin Laden was killed by American special forces during a raid last year.
  5. The United States has expelled a former Bosnian Serb police commander to Bosnia Herzegovina. * Vukovich is charged with war crimes. The 61-year-old man was taken to Bosnia's capital Sarajevo Thursday by American immigration and customs enforcement agents. They gave him to Bosnian law enforcement officials. Mr. Rundle Povich is charged with taking part in the 1995 killing of about 8000 Muslim men and boys near the town of Trevor Nietzsche. Mr. Rundle entered the United States in 1999. And in 2009, he was arrested at his home in Las Vegas Nevada.
  6. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  7. The brother of Chinese activist Chen Guang Cheng is reported to have fled his heavily guarded village in North East China. Media reports say * fled to seek legal advice on how to protect his son. Reports say Mr. Chen met with a lawyer in Beijing on Thursday after leaving his home in Shandong province. His son * was arrested and charged with attempted murder after a clash with officials last month.
  8. A Chinese citizen has been accused of taking part in an operation to illegally send guns to China from the United States. * is suspected of changing the identification numbers on various guns to hide where they were made before shipping them to China. Thursday, a federal judge ordered Mr. * to be kept in jail until his next court appearance. Another Chinese citizen * was charged in the case earlier this month. A third man suspected of involvement in the operation is a sergeant in the National Guard. Joseph Dubose is accused of supplying the weapons. If convicted, the three men could be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison.
  9. United States senators have been told that the illegal hunting and killing of elephants and rhinoceroses in Africa is threatening the animals survive. Illegal hunters called poachers kill the animals and sell them for skin or horns. The illegal trade provides money to militias in conflict areas and it threatens people living in the area. John Kerry is the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee. How be shockingly destructive and historically shameful it would be, if we did nothing while great species was criminally slaughtered into extinction. An expert on poaching told committee members Thursday that human greed and demand in Asia for ivory is some of the reasons the animals are killed.
  10. Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to restart talks aimed at settling disputes that resulted in clashes along their border. Last month, the African Union said the talks will be held in Ethiopia on May 29. There was no immediate confirmation from South Sudan. African Union supported talks in Ethiopia came to a halt last month after classes started on the disputed border between Sudan and South Sudan. South Sudan briefly occupied the disputed oil town of Hadley during the fighting. Sudan reportedly attacked South Sudan from the air.
  11. Weather experts say a hurricane called Bud could hit parts of Mexico's southwestern Pacific Coast in the next few days. That has been getting stronger. It now has winds of 175 km/h. The United States national Hurricane Center in Miami says the storm will be near or just offshore late Friday or early Saturday. It says the strong waves created by flood may threaten lives. Weather experts are expecting a near normal hurricane season for the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific coasts. They expect 4 to 8 hurricanes in the Atlantic with at least one turning into a category three storm or higher. These storms have wind speeds of from 178 to 208 km/h. The experts predict 5 to 9 hurricanes on the Pacific with at least two becoming major storms.
  12. And now briefly here again is the top news for this hour. Six countries holding nuclear talks with Iran have agreed to another series of negotiations next month in Russia. Egyptians have completed two days of voting in a historic presidential election. And Pakistan has rejected American criticism of the jailing of a Pakistani doctor who helped the United States find Osama bin Laden. And that's the news in VOA special English coming to you from Washington

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