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WORLD NEWS - May 29th, 2012

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我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年5月29日发布了关于这篇文章的精华帖子,全文如下:

  1. It is one hour 30 universal time, time for the news in Special English.
  2. International diplomat Kofi Annan has begun two days of meetings in Syria. He said the Syrian peace plan he developed is not operating in all parts of the country the way it should be called on everyone to stop using weapons. He spoke strongly about the killing of at least 108 people in Syria on Friday. I am humiliating to send a children, women than men. This was enough for in the Security Council is likely to. The former Secretary-General of the UN met with Syrian Foreign Minister * on Monday. He is to meet with President Assad on Tuesday.
  3. The brother of a Pakistani doctor jailed for helping the United States find Osama bin Laden says his brother is innocent and should have a new trial. * was sentenced to 33 years in prison for treason. His brother Julio Afridi told VOA on Monday. That he wants his brother to have protection inside prison and he wants to meet with his brother. The United States has criticized the trial and the sentence. Pakistan has said the Americans should accept the Pakistani court system. On Monday, Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Killarney made his first statement about the case. He called the doctor's action a serious offense and wrong. But he said doctor * have the right to a fair trial. Doctor * was convicted by a trial court in northwest Pakistan.
  4. Sudan says it will remove its troops from the oil-rich * area. The Sudanese government says the troop withdrawal is a sign of goodwill before talks with South Sudan on Tuesday. Both countries claim the area. South Sudan gained independence from Sudan last July. The African Union is supervising negotiations to resolve issues over borders, oil revenue, and citizens who remain inside the others borders.
  5. Kenyan police say they believe a bomb caused an explosion Monday in Nairobi. 33 people were wounded. At least two witnesses told the Associated Press that a man left a bag at a market before leaving. Kenyan Prime Minister Iranian Odinga called the explosion an act of terrorism. He said Kenya is being threatened but will not be defeated. Recent attacks in Kenya have been blamed on the Islamist group Al Shaba. It has threatened to carry out attacks in Kenya. The group is fighting to create an Islamic state in Somalia which borders Kenya. Kenya sent troops into Somalia last October to help in the fight against Al Shaba.
  6. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  7. Reports from Tibet say government forces have increased security in the capital Lhasa. The move comes after two young men set themselves on fire there Sunday. Reports say one of the men died at the site of the burning near a religious center. The second man is in the hospital. People told VOA's Tibetan service Monday that there have been an unknown number of arrests since the incident. Tibetan sources also told VOA that witnesses took photographs of the burning. But they said the photos could not be sent over the Internet, because Chinese officials caught information links.
  8. The Prime Minister of India is visiting Burma to strengthen the trade and investment. Prime Minister Mundelein saying and Burmese President Tung Sun signed an agreement on air services and about 10 other agreements. India also offered Burma up to 1.5 billion dollars in loan on Tuesday Mr. Singh is expected to meet with democracy leader Aung Sun Su Kii. It is the first time in 25 years that an Indian head of state has visited Burma. The two countries share a 1600 km border. India is Burma's third highest investor nation only China and South Korea invest more in Burma.
  9. A spokesman for the Roman Catholic church is denying reports that top religious leader is involved in a scandal over the release of secret documents. The documents were given to Italian news reporters. They tell about tax problems and fights for power in the Vatican. The spokesman said no man in the position of Cardinal is being investigated. He also denied that any women are suspects. But he said many officials were the question. He did not provide details. Last week police arrested a personal assistant to Pope Benedict. They charged him with stealing people documents that were found in his apartment. Italian newspaper says they have been told by people in the Vatican that the assistant was not acting alone. They say he may have been following orders from more powerful officials.
  10. President Obama honored the nation's military veterans and their families during the Memorial Day holiday Monday. He spoke at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington. He called on the nation to be worthy of those who died fighting for freedom. And he promised that returning soldiers would get the aid they have earned. Mr. Obama said for the first time in nine years Americans are not fighting and dying in Iraq. And he noted that the war is coming to an end in Afghanistan. Dark cloud will see light. Also on Monday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney promised to keep America's military the strongest in the world. He said the United States should reject what he called the pathway to Europe, which he said was a policy of reducing the size of the military to pay for social programs.
  11. And now briefly here again is the major news at this hour. International diplomat Kofi Anna has begun two days of meetings in Syria trying to rescue a peace plan he developed. The brother of a Pakistani doctor jailed for helping the United States find Osama bin Laden says his brother is innocent and should have a new trial. And reports from Tibet say government forces have increased security in the capital Lhasa after two young men set themselves on fire there on Sunday. That's the news in VOA special English coming to you from Washington.

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