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From NPR news in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

Gasoline prices have risen another ten cents a gallon over the past two weeks to a national average of $4.10 for self-service regular. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg says, though, that some areas have higher gas prices than others. “Los Angeles, the biggest market, is the highest price---$4.59 per gallon. And at the other end, Tulsa, Oklahoma at $3.76.”

 

At an emergency energy summit in Saudi Arabia today, there was a sharp difference of opinion about the cause of the run-up in oil prices. Saudi officials blamed speculators, but US and British officials said demand for oil is simply rising faster than supply. Larry Miller has the story.


British Prime Minister Gordon Brown told the meeting increased production is necessary to ease price uncertainty and volatility. He insisted oil producers need to plough some of the petrodollars back into Britain and other countries in alternative energy investments such as wind farms and nuclear power. “This gives oil producers the chance to hedge their future production by investing in the alternative energy sources that will be the bedrock of  future low-carbon economies." US Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman said demand, especially from China and India, was  growing faster than supply. Bodman warned without action, the situation will remain unsustainable. For NPR News, I’m Larry Miller in London.

 

The Mississippi River has crested at a number of points north of St. Louis, prompting officials to say the worst of the flooding in the region appears to be over. But in other areas, the water is still rising. Andy Binder with the Lincoln County, Missouri Sheriff`s department says crews are adding more sandbags along the river near the town of Foley, Missouri. "Bringing in a lot of water, it's overtopping, that's concerning us. So, we've sent our missions up there of volunteer firefighters to that area to try to bolster and rise and secure our levees." And NPR's Carrie Kahn says residents in Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, Missouri remained on alert. “The earthen levee(s), about half a mile long right at the historic point of the townis holding. But the river did rise a little bit more than they had expected. But people are just waiting and watching the river, hoping that it will go down and that the levees will hold as this last surge comes through southern Missouri.” NPR’s Carrie Kahn reporting from Hannibal, Missouri.

 

More than 500 wildfires sparked by lightning are burning across Northern California today. One of the largest blazes has spread over nearly six square miles in the heart of the state’s Wine Country. Wayne Connor with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says fire crews are using aircraft in battling that blaze. "We’ve activated a DC-10, which is our flagship tanker. It dropped 12,000 gallons of retardant to the town." Connor says firefighters are having to cope with the sweltering heat and rugged terrain as they try to contain the wildfires.

 

This is NPR news.

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is pulling out of this week's presidential run-off election because he says his supporters would face the possibility of being killed by government troops if they voted for him. The US and Britain are pushing to have the UN Security Council discuss the situation in Zimbabwe.

 

Some three hundred Anglican bishops are meeting in Jerusalem this week to map out a future path for conservative Anglicans. The meeting could mark a major step toward splitting from the worldwide Anglican Communion. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty has the story.

 

After the United States consecrated an openly gay man, Gene Robinson, to be bishop of New Hampshire five years ago, the Communion has been fraying at the edges. The conservatives say they are weary of fighting over homosexuality and the authority of the Bible. And so, the Bishops who come from  Africa, Asia and Latin America will be meeting in Jerusalem to plot strategy. They represent about two-thirds of the practising Anglicans worldwide , which is why some consider the planning session to be a concrete step toward breaking away. On top of that, the bishops of Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda are boycotting the so called “Lambeth Conference”. Every ten years, Anglican bishops from around the world  meet in England to set loose policy on issues of  faith, things like gay clergy and blessing same-sex unions. Barbara Bradley Hagerty, NPR News.

 

An online charity auction gets underway this evening for the right to have lunch with famed investor and Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffet. The auction benefits the Glide Foundation, which provides social services to the poor and homeless in San Francisco. The bidding on eBay starts at $25,000. Last year, two investors paid a total of just over $650,000 for lunch with Buffet.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

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Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is pulling out of this week's presidential run-off election because he says his supporters would face the possibilities being killed by government troops if they were voted for him.The US pushing to have UN secuirity council to dicuss the situation in Zimbabwe.

 

some three hundred Anglican bishops are meeting in the Rusling this week to the future paths for conservative Anglicans. the meeting could mark the major step towards spliting from the world wild Anglican Communion.Npr's Barbara Bradley Hagerty has a story. After the United States consequent open gay man Jim Robbison to be bishop 5 years ago,the communion has been fringe at the ages.the conservatives say they were weary of fighting homosexuality and the authority of the bible and St bishops who come from the Africa, Asia and Latin America will be meeting in Rusling to plot strategy. they represent about 2/3 of the practicing Anglican world wild which were some consider the planning cession to be concrete step toward breaking away. On top of that,the bishops from Uganda Kanya are boot the so called/ conferrence every year Anglican bishop from around the world to meet in England to set loose policy on issues of truth faith, things like gay clergy and blessing same-sex unions. Barbare Hagerty from Npr News.

 

online charity orgtion get underway this evening for the right to have lunch with investor and chairman Woryn Buffey benifits the glide fundation which provide social services to the poor and homeless in San Fransisco. the waiting on E-star equals 25thoudsand dollars. Last year two investors paid total 650thoudsand dollars for lunch with Buffey.I'm Craig Windham,Npr news from Washiongton.

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From NPR news in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

Gasoline prices have risen another ten cents a gallon over the past two weeks to a national average of 4dollars ten cents for self-service regular. Industry analyst * says though that some areas have higher gas prices than others. “Los Angels, the biggest market is a highest price 4 dollars 15 cents per gallon, and the other land Tulsa, Oklahoma at 3.76.” And the emergency energy summit in Saudi Arabia today there was a sharp difference of opinion about the cost of the run-up in oil prices, Saudi officials blamed speculators for US and British officials said demand for is simple rising faster than supply. Larry Miller has the story.

 

British Primer Minister Gordon Brown told the meeting /the/ increase production is necessary, he eased price uncertain to in volatility, he insisted oil producers need to plough some of the petrol dollars back into Britain than other countries, and alternative energy investment such as wind farms and nuclear power. “This gives /the/ oil producers the chance to hedge the future production by investing in the alternative energy sources. There will be the bad drop of /the/ future low carbon economies." US energy secretary Samuel Bateman said demand, especially from China and India, was /are/ growing faster than supply. Bateman warned without action, the situation will remain unsustainable. For NPR news I’m Larry Miller in London.

 

The Mississippi River has crested at a number of points north of St. Louis, prompting officials to say the worst of flooding in the region /has/ appears to be over but in other areas the water is still rising. Andy Binder with * town in Missouri sheriff`s department says crews are adding more sandbags along the river near the town of following Missouri. "Bringing a lot of waters over topping that`s concerning also, we`ve sent our missions out there, volunteers, firefighters to that area, to try to boost and rise and secure our levees", and NPR's Carrie Kahn says residents in Mark Twain's home town of Hannibal, Missouri remained un-alert. “The earth of the levee`s about a half mile long right of the historic point of the town is holding, but as though river did rise a little bit more than they had expected, but people are just waiting and watching the river, hoping that they will go down and that the levees will hold as the last surge come through southern Missouri. NPR Carrie Kahn reporting from Hannibal, Missouri.

 

More than 500 wild fire sparked by lighting, a burning across North California today, one of the largest blazes has spread over nearly 6 square miles in the heart of the state Wine country. Wane Corner with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says fire crews are using aircraft in battling fight blaze. "We`ve activated the dc-can. Which is our flagship tanker, drop thousand, thousand of * to the time." Conner says firefighters are having to cope with the sweltering heat and rugged terrain as they try to contain the wildfires. This is NPR news.

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is pulling out of this week's presidential run-off election because he says his supporters would face the possibility of being killed by government troops if they /were/ voted for him. The US and Britain are pushing to have the UN Security Council /to/ discuss the situation in Zimbabwe.

 

Some three hundred Anglican bishops are meeting in Jerusalem this week to map out a future path/s/ for conservative Anglicans. The meeting could mark the major step towards splitting from the world wild Anglican Communion. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty has the story.

 

After the United States consequent in opening gay man Jim Robison to be bishop of New Hampshire 5 years ago, the communion has been fringe at the ages. The conservatives say they are weary of fighting over homosexuality and the authority of the bible and so the Bishops who come from /the/ Africa, Asia and Latin America will be meeting in Jerusalem to plot strategy. They represent about 2/3 of the practicing Anglican`s world wild which is why some considered the planning session to be a concrete step toward breaking away. On top of that, the bishops of Nigeria, Uganda Kenya and Rwanda are boycotting the so called lambed conference, every 10 year Anglican bishops from around the world to meet in England to set loose policy on issues of /truth/ faith, things like gay clergy and blessing same-sex unions. Barbara Bradley Hagerty, /from/ NPR News.

 

An online charity auction gets underway this evening for the right to have lunch with * investor and Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffet, the auction benefits the glide foundation which provide social services to the poor and homeless in San Francisco. The biting on E-bay starts at 25 thousand dollars. Last year two investors paid a total of * over 650 thousand dollars for lunch with Buffet.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR news from Washington.

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From NPR news in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

Gasoline prices have risen another ten cents a gallon over the past two weeks to a national average of 4 dollars ten cents for self-service regular. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg says though that some areas have higher gas prices than others. “Los Angeles, the biggest market has a highest price 4 dollars 15 cents per gallon, and at the other end Tulsa, Oklahoma at 3.76.” At the emergency energy summit in Saudi Arabia today there was a sharp difference of opinion about the cause of the run-up in oil prices, Saudi officials blamed speculators, but US and British officials said demand for oil is simply rising faster than supply. Larry Miller has the story.

"British Primer Minister Gordon Brown told the meeting increase production is necessary, he eased price uncertain  in volatility, he insisted oil producers need to plough some of the petrol dollars back into Britain and other countries, and alternative energy investments such as wind farms and nuclear power. “This gives oil producers the chance to hedge the future production by investing in the alternative energy sources. That will be the backdrop of  future low carbon economies."

 

US energy secretary Samuel Bodman said demand, especially from China and India, was  growing faster than supply. Bodman warned without action, the situation will remain unsustainable. For NPR news I’m Larry Miller in London.

 

The Mississippi River has crested at a number of points north of St. Louis, prompting officials to say the worst of flooding in the region appears to be over. But in other areas the water is still rising. Andy Binder with the Lincoln County in Missouri sheriff`s department says crews are adding more sandbags along the river near the town of falling Missouri. "Bringing a lot of waters over topping that`s concerning also, we`ve sent our missions out there, volunteers, firefighters to that area, to try to boost and rise and secure our levees", and NPR's Carrie Kahn says residents in Mark Twain's home town of Hannibal, Missouri remained on alert. “The earth of the levee`s about a half mile long right of the historic point of the town is holding, but as though river did rise a little bit more than they had expected, but people are just waiting and watching the river, hoping that they will go down and that the levees will hold as the last surge come through southern Missouri. NPR Carrie Kahn reporting from Hannibal, Missouri. More than 500 wild fire sparked by lighting, a burning across North California today. One of the largest blazes has spread over nearly 6 square miles in the heart of the State's wine country. Wane Corner with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says fire crews are using aircraft in battling that blaze. "We`ve activated the dc-can,which is our flagship tanker, drop * thousand, thousand of * to the time." Conner says firefighters are having to cope with the sweltering heat and rugged terrain as they try to contain the wildfires. This is NPR news.

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is pulling out of this week's presidential run-off election because he says his supporters would face the possibility of being killed by government troops if they  voted for him. The US and Britain are pushing to have the UN Security Council /to/ discuss the situation in Zimbabwe.

 

Some three hundred Anglican bishops are meeting in Jerusalem this week to map out a future path for conservative Anglicans. The meeting could mark the major step towards splitting from the world wild Anglican Communion. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty has the story. After the United States consecrated in openly gay man Gene Robinson to be bishop of New Hampshire 5 years ago, the communion has been fringe at the edges. The conservatives say they are weary of fighting over homosexuality and the authority of the bible and so the Bishops who come from  Africa, Asia and Latin America will be meeting in Jerusalem to plot strategy. They represent about 2/3 of the practicing Anglicans worldwide , which is why some considered the planning session to be a concrete step toward breaking away. On top of that, the bishops of Nigeria, Uganda Kenya and Rwanda are boycotting the so called lambed conference, every 10 year Anglican bishops from around the world  meet in England to set loose policy on issues of  faith, things like gay clergy and blessing same-sex unions. Barbara Bradley Hagerty, NPR News.

 

 An online charity auction gets underway this evening for the right to have lunch with fandom investor and Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffet, the auction benefits the glide foundation which provide social services to the poor and homeless in San Francisco. The bidding on E-bay starts at 25 thousand dollars. Last year two investors paid a total of * over 650 thousand dollars for lunch with Buffet. I'm Craig Windham, NPR news from Washington.

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From NPR news in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

Gasoline prices have risen another ten cents a gallon over the past two weeks to a national average of 4 dollars ten cents for self-service regular. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg says though that som e areas have higher gas prices than others. “Los Angeles, the biggest market has a highest price 4 dollars 15 cents per gallon, and at the other end Tulsa, Oklahoma at 3.76.” At the emergency energy summit in Saudi Arabia today there was a sharp difference of opinion about the cause of the run-up in oil prices, Saudi officials blamed speculators, but US and British officials said demand for oil is simply rising faster than supply. Larry Miller has the story.


"British Primer Minister Gordon Brown told the meeting increase production is necessary to ease price uncertainty and volatility, he insisted oil producers need to plough some of the petrol dollars back into Britain and other countries, and alternative energy investments such as wind farms and nuclear power. “This gives oil producers the chance to hedge the future production by investing in the alternative energy sources. That will be the backdrop of  future low-carbon economies."

 

US energy secretary Samuel Bodman said demand, especially from China and India, was  growing faster than supply. Bodman warned without action, the situation will remain unsustainable. For NPR news I’m Larry Miller in London.

 

The Mississippi River has crested at a number of points north of St. Louis, prompting officials to say the worst of flooding in the region appears to be over. But in other areas the water is still rising. Andy Binder with the Lincoln County in Missouri sheriff`s department says crews are adding more sandbags along the river near the town of falling Missouri. "Bringing a lot of waters over topping that`s concerning also, we`ve sent our missions out there, volunteers, firefighters to that area, to try to boost and rise and secure our levees", and NPR's Carrie Kahn says residents in Mark Twain's home town of Hannibal, Missouri remained on alert. “The earth of the levee`s about a half mile long right of the historic point of the town is holding, but as though river did rise a little bit more than they had expected, but people are just waiting and watching the river, hoping that they will go down and that the levees will hold as the last surge come through southern Missouri. NPR Carrie Kahn reporting from Hannibal, Missouri.

 

More than 500 wild fire sparked by lighting are burning across North California today. One of the largest blazes has spread over nearly 6 square miles in the heart of the State's wine country. Wane Corner with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says fire crews are using aircraft in battling that blaze. "We`ve activated the dc-can,which is our flagship tanker, drop * thousand, thousand of * to the time." Conner says firefighters are having to cope with the sweltering heat and rugged terrain as they try to contain the wildfires. This is NPR news.

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai's pulling-out of this week's presidential run-off election because he says his supporters would face the possibility of being killed by government troops if they  voted for him. The US and Britain are pushing to have the UN Security Council /to/ discuss the situation in Zimbabwe.

 

Some three hundred Anglican bishops are meeting in Jerusalem this week to map out a future path for conservative Anglicans. The meeting could mark the major step towards splitting from the world wild Anglican Communion. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty has the story.

6After the United States consecrated in openly gay man Gene Robinson to be bishop of New Hampshire 5 years ago, the communion has been fringe at the edges. The conservatives say they are weary of fighting over homosexuality and the authority of the bible and so the Bishops who come from  Africa, Asia and Latin America will be meeting in Jerusalem to plot strategy. They represent about 2/3 of the practicing Anglicans worldwide , which is why some considered the planning session to be a concrete step toward breaking away. On top of that, the bishops of Nigeria, Uganda Kenya and Rwanda are boycotting the so called lambed conference, every 10 year Anglican bishops from around the world  meet in England to set loose policy on issues of  faith, things like gay clergy and blessing same-sex unions. Barbara Bradley Hagerty, NPR News.

 

 An online charity auction gets underway this evening for the right to have lunch with famed investor and Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffet, the auction benefits the glide foundation which provide social services to the poor and homeless in San Francisco. The bidding on E-bay starts at 25 thousand dollars. Last year two investors paid a total of just over 650,000 dollars for lunch with Buffet. I'm Craig Windham, NPR news from Washington.

 

 

 

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From NPR news in Washington, I'm Crake Wenton. Gasline prices have risen another ten cents a gallon over the past two weeks to a national average of 4 dollars ten cents for self-service regular. Industry analyst says though some areas have higher gas prices than others.

Los Angeles, the biggest market is a higest price $4.15 per gallon and the other land Tulsa, Oklahoma at $3.76.

 

And the emergency energy summit in Saudi Arabia today there was a sharp differece of opinion about the cost of the run-up in oil prices, Saudi officials blamed speculators for US and British officials said demand for oil simply rising is faster than supply. Larry miller has the story.

 

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown told the meeting increase production is necessary, he eased price uncertain to in volatility. He insisted oil producers need to plough some of the petrol dollars back into Britain than other countries, and alternative energy investment such as wind farms and nuclear power.

 

This gives oil producers the chance to hedge the future production by investing in the alternative energy sources. There will be the bad drop of future low carbon economies.

 

US energy secretary Samule Bateman said demand especially from China and India was growing faster than supply. Bateman warned without action. The situations were remain unsustainable.

 

For NPR news I'm Larry Miller in London.

 

The Mississippi River has crested at a number of points north of St.Louis, prompting officials to say the worst flooding in the region appears to be over but in the other areas the water is still rising. Andy Bider with town in Missouri sheriff's department says crews are adding more sandbags along the river near the town of following Mossouri.

 

Bringing a lot of waters over topping, that's concernig also, we've sent our missions out, volunteers, firefighters to that area, to try to boost and rise and secure our levees. And NPR's Carrie Kahn say residents in Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, Mossouri remained un-alert.

 

The earth of the levee is about a half mile long right of the historic point of the town is holding, but as though river did rise a little bit more than they have expected, but people are just waiting and watching the river, hoping that they will go down and the levees will hold hold as the last surge comes from Southern Missouri. NPR Carrie Kahn reporting from Hannibal Missouri.

 

More than five hundred wild fire sparked by lighting, a burning across Northen California today, one of the largest blazed has spread over nearly six square miles in the heart of the state Wine country. Wane Corner with the California department of Forestry and File protection says fire crews are using aircraft in batteling blaze.

 

We've activated the dc-can. Which is our flagship tanker, drop thousand, thousand of to the time.

 

Corner says firefighters are having to cope with the sweltering heat and rugged terrain as they try to contain the wild fires. This is NPR news.

 

Zimbabwe's oppositon leader pulling out of this week's presidential run-off because he said his supporters would face the possibility of being killed by government troops if they vote for him. The US and Britain are pushing to have the UN security council to discusse the situation in Zimbabwe. Some three hundred meeting.

fire crews..... 看了整理稿,终于知道是crew这个单词了, 为什么这么熟悉的单词会听不出来呢? 郁闷!!!

 

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