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WORLD NEWS - June 1st, 2012

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我们勤劳的会员“哈哈泰”于2012年6月1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. American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is rejecting Russia's claim that it is helping Syria become secure Way. We know the outlook actually maybe much worse than it is and were trying to prevent the environment and the Russians and telling me they on the Civil War and I have been telling them that their policy is going to help contribute to a Civil War. Ms. Clinton spoke in Denmark on Thursday. She said Russia is helping Syrian President Bishara Assad remained in office as his government continues its violent attack on dissent. Russia has repeatedly blocked the United Nations for taking action against the Syrian government.
  3. Research group in the United States has published pictures taken by a satellite. The show Iran may be trying to remove evidence of nuclear weapons testing. The Institute for Science and international security Isys publish the pictures on its website Thursday. The Institute says the pictures show that two small buildings which were in the same place as a suspected testing chamber have been destroyed. It said the images also show evidence of heavy machinery and the movement of a lot of soil throughout Iran's * Military Center. Isys officials say the pictures show Iran may be trying to destroy evidence that it has attempted to make nuclear weapons.
  4. International criminal court judges have rejected a request to approve the arrest of the commander of the Rwandan Hutu militia group. Silverstein Moto Camorra is the commander of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda. He and his forces have attacked people in eastern Congo for years. The judges said the court's chief lawyer failed to provide detailed information about the crimes with which Mr. Moto Camorra is charged. The charges include murder rate torture destruction of property among others. The acts are said to of happened between 2009 and 2010 in Congo's North and South Kivu provinces.
  5. The German man kidnapped in Nigeria in January was killed Thursday during a rescue attempt. Nigerian officials said * was killed by his captors in the northern city of Kano as security forces tried to free him. The *'s language service reported the raid was carried out by Nigeria's anti terrorism joint task force. The task force has been criticized for poorly planned rescue attempts. Also, Thursday there were reports of a new kidnapping in the country. Nigerian and Italian officials said unidentified gunmen captured an Italian engineer who was working on a road project in a * state. They said the engineer was kidnapped on Monday.
  6. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
  7. A report from the World Bank says the Somali government cannot say what has happened to most of the money it received in 2009 and 2010. The report was released this week. It says World Bank examiners transitional government received much more money than it has said. The writer of the report told VOA that bank investigators found the government had collected over $70 million in 2010. But the government said it received only $22 million. The report said not all earnings and donated funds are placed in the central bank and it is not clear where they go.
  8. A war crimes tribunal has found former Rwandan official Calista in Zabul Oman guilty of genocide and sentenced him to life in prison. The international Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda said the former minister caused the killing of 15 to 60 ethnic Tutsis in April 1994 in the * area. It said he also publicly incited people to kill tootsies three times that month. He also is accused of entering into an agreement with Rwanda's temporary government to kill tootsies. Mr. Zabul Oman served as a minister of youth and associated movements in the temporary government in 1994. He was arrested in February 2008 in Tanzania. He was then handed over to the court which is based in the Tanzanian city of Arusha.
  9. Chinese activist * says democratic change in China is slow, but cannot be stopped. He spoke to the Council on Foreign relations Thursday. It was his first public appearance since he arrived in the United States recently after escaping from house arrest in China last month. He called on the Chinese government to honor the country's constitution and laws. He said the problem is not the absence of laws in China, but the lack of respect for them. Mr. * said he agrees with people who say there is more than one kind of democracy and that China should not simply copy Western democracy. Mr. * also said international laws should be used to punish China's leaders, if they abuse their citizens.
  10. A new report from the United Nations assistance mission in Afghanistan or UNAM says civilian deaths from conflict in the country are in its words unacceptably high. For the past five years, the number of civilian deaths has increased every year. However, there was a 21% drop in such deaths in the first four months of this year. UNAM said there were more than 3000 civilian deaths linked to the conflict in Afghanistan last year. It said 75% of them were linked to violence by anti government forces. The continuing violence has raised concerns about the ability of Afghan forces to take control of security in their country after 2014. That is when most NATO forces planning to withdraw.
  11. And now briefly here again is the top news for this hour. American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is rejecting Russia's claim that it is helping Syria become secure. A research group in the United States has published pictures taken by a satellite that shows Iran may be trying to remove evidence of nuclear weapons testing. And international criminal court judges have rejected a request to approve the arrest of the commander of a Rwandan Hutu militia group. That's the news in VOA Special English from Washington. 

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网友的学习评论(2条):
作者:niujingjing
为什么world news下方没有文本 ? 下载下来的也是空的
作者:hancock
因为是dictation 材料
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