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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

 

The Colombian army has rescued the country's highest-profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt, who had been held in captivity for six years by the left wing rebel group, the Farc. From Colombia, here's Jeremy McDermott.

 

The rescue appears with due more to deception than firepower. The Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that an infiltrator managed to convince the guerrilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter, as they were to be taken to the Farc supreme leader, Alfonso Cano. Among those rescued was the best-known hostage in guerrilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who was snatched in April, 2002, as she campaigned for the presidency. There were also three US subcontractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crash-landed in rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety when members of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.

 

Some news just in. Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comments since her rescue. She said the military operation took her completely by surprise and was impeccable. She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia.

 

President Bush has congratulated the Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for securing the hostages' release. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr Uribe. As our Paris correspondent Hugh Schofield reports, the issue had become one of Mr Sarkozy's top priorities.

 

The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has excited huge public sympathy in France. Her picture’s been hung on public buildings and a campaign to have her released has received constant coverage in the media. She has French citizenship by a marriage, now dissolved, which produced two children, who've been active in keeping her captivity in the spotlight. She's also well connected in France having studied with the former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. He was responsible for an abortive mission to get her released five years ago. But it's President Nicolas Sarkozy who’s done most to make her fate a public issue in France.

   

The Lebanese Hezbollah Movement says it has agreed to a prisoner exchange deal with Israel. The Hezbollah leader, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, described the deal as a victory for all Arabs and Muslims.

 

Let everyone consider this his victory, and let no one think it is against him or a defeat for him. I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of this accomplishment, because if it happens, God willing, Lebanon would be the first Arab country in the Arab-Israeli conflict to conclude…

 

The prospect of him being released is controversial in Israel because of his role in the deaths of three members of one family, including two young girls, in a 1979 guerrilla raid. Sheikh Nasrallah also said that Israel had agreed to return the bodies of dozens of Palestinian and Arab fighters. He said the deal will happen soon, perhaps in less than two weeks.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

Diplomats at the United Nations are discussing a draft Security Council resolution, criticizing the conduct of last week's election in Zimbabwe, in which President Robert Mugabe was returned to power unopposed. The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls for sanctions, including a travel ban and asset freeze on President Mugabe and eleven senior Zimbabwean officials. Correspondents say winning backing for the resolution will be difficult.

 

Chad says its security forces have killed more than 70 followers of a Muslim spiritual leader who threatened to launch a holy war. The security minister said police sent to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack. Our correspondent in the region Will Ross reports.

 

Chad Security Minister, Ahmat Mahamat Bachir, said on Sunday night security forces surrounded the base of a spiritual leader, Ahmat Israel Bichara, because he had threatened to launch a holy war against Christians and atheists in Africa and Europe. The security minister described Bichara's followers as intoxicated extremists who had taken on the government forces armed with swords, spears and bows, apparently believing they were immune to bullets.

 

Senior commander in the American military says that opening up a third front after Iraq and Afghanistan would be extremely stressful for the United States. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm Mike Mullen, was responding to questions about the likelihood of an attack on Iran. He said such action would have unpredictable consequences. Earlier, Iran warned that it would respond fiercely to any assault.

 

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon men's champion, the No. 1 seed, Roger Federer, is through to the semi-finals after a straight-set victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia. Federer will now face the Russian Marat Safin in the semi-finals. The Spaniard, Rafael Nadal, is also through to the Wimbledon semi-finals. He beat Andy Murray of Scotland.

 

BBC News.

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BBC news with Dick Kelly.

 

    The Colombian army has rescued the country's highest profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt who had been helding captivity for 6 years by left wing rival group---the Farc.***

     The rescuers appears with * more to deception than firepower. The Defence Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that the in for treat managed to convince the guerrilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter,as they were to be taken to the Farc's supreme leader,Alfonso Cano.Among those rescue was the best known hostages in guerrilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who was snatched pro-2006,as she compaign for the presidency.There are also three US subcontractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crashed landed in rebel territory.So news just in.Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comments since her rescue.She says the military operation took her completely for surprise and was impactable.He said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia.President Bush has congratulated Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for security in the hostage's release.The French president Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr Uribe,as our Paris correspondent Hughs Scoff reports, this issue has become one of Mr Sarkozy's top priorities.The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has exicted huge public sympathy in France.Pictures've been hang on public buildings,and a compaign to had her release has received constant courage in the media.She has French citizenship by a marriage which now dissolved,which produce two children,who's been active in keeping her capitivity in spotlight.She's also well connected in France having studied with the former French prime minister Dominique de Villepin.He was responsible for an aborted mission to get her released five years ago.But it's president Nicolas Sarkozy used most to make her fate a public issue in France.

   

    The Lebanese Hezbollah movement says it's great to have a prisoner deal with Isreal.Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah describes the deal as a victory for all Arabs and Muslims.

    Let everyone consider this his victory, and let no one think it is going against him or defeat for him.I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of this accomplishment,because if it happens, god willing Lebanon would be the first Arab country the Arabs really conflict to

    *the prospect of ** released is controversial in Isreal,because of in Isreal in the death of three members ofone family,including two young girls,in a 1979 guerrilla raid.**also said Isreal is going to return the bodies of dozens of Palestine and Arab fighters.He said the deal will happen soon, perheps in less than two weeks.

 

    This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

    Diplomats at the United Nations are discussing a draft Security Council resolution,criticizing the conduct of last week's election in Zimbabwe,in which president Robert Mugabe was returned to power on a post.The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States.It calls for sanctions,including a travel ban and aside frees on prsident Mugabe and eleven senior Zimbabwe officials.Correpondent say winning back for the resolution will be difficult.

 

    Chad says its security forces have killed more than 70 followers of a Muslim spiritual leader who threaten to launch a holly war.A security minister said police send to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack.Our correspondent in this region Will Ross reports.

    Chad Security Minister Ahmat Mahamat Bachir said on Sunday night security force surrounded the base of a spiritual leader Ahmat Israel Bichara,because he frightened he** Christians and ** in Africa and Europe.The security minister describe Bichara's followers as intoxicated extremists who would take on the government forces armed with swords, spears and bows appearantly believeing they were amune to bullets.

 

     Senior commander in the American military says opening up a third front after Iraq in Afghanistan would be extremly stressful for the United States.The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm Mike Mullen was responding to questions about the likelyhood of an attack on Iran.He said such action would have unpredictable consquences.Earlier,Iran warn that it would respond fiercely to any assult.

 

 

    Tennis in the Wimbledon men's champion the number 1 seed Roger Federer is through to the semi-finals after a straight-side victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia.Federer will now face the Russian Marat Safin in the semi-finals.** Rafael Nadal is also through to the Wimbkedon semi-finals.he beat Andy Roddic of Scotland. BBC news

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Another news, the leader of the Hesbela movement in Lebanon has confirmed that a deal has been reached to exchange prisoners with Isreal. That all coming up after the news.

 

BBC news with Nick Kelly.

 

The Columbian army has resued the country's highest profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt, who'd been held in captivity for six years by the left wing rival group the FARC. From Columbia, here is Germy Mergermert

 

The rescue appeares with due more than deception than fire power. The Defence minister Juan Manuel Santos said that it will infiltrate the manashe to convince the gurrilar commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter as they were to be taken to the FAC's supreme leader Alfa Soncano.

 

 

Among those resuers is the best known hostages in gurriela hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Columbia citizen who was snatched in April 2002 as she campagned for the presidency.

 

There were also 3 u.s. subcontracters freed who were kidnapped in 2003, after their spy-plane crash-landed in rival territory. The remaining hostages brought to safty, one menbers of the security forces captured in various rival attacks.

 

So news just come in that Igrid Betancourt has made her first public comments since the rescue. She said the military operation took her completely by surprise and was impectable.

She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Columbia.

 

President Bush has congratulated his Columbia couterpart Alvaro Uribe in securing the hostages release. The French president Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr. Uribe as our Paris correspondent Huse Gofield reports, the issue has become Mr. Sarkozy's top priorities.

 

The plight of Ingrid Betacourt has exicted huge public sympathy in France. A picture has been hang on public buildings, and the campagne to help her release has received constant coverage in the media. She has French citizenshiip by a marriage now desolved which produced two children, who have been active in keeping her capitivity in spotlight. She is also well connected in France, having studied with the former French priminister, Domaine De Vidicane He was responsible for a Nebotine mission to get her released five years ago.But is was the French president Nicolas Sarkozy who was the most to make her fate a public issue in France.

 

 

The Lebanese Hesbela movement says it has agreed to make a prisoner exchange deal with Isreal. The Hesbela leader Hassan Nasuala discribed the deal as victory for all Arabs and Muslims.

 

"Let everyone has considere this as victory, and let no one think it is against him, or a defeat for him. I hope Berivanes appreciate the importance of the accomplishment. Because if i happens, God willing, Lebanon will be the first Arab country in the Arab-Isreali confict to conclude TA.. "

 

The prospect of Hembine release is controversial in Isreal, because of his role in the death of three members of one family incluing 2 young girls in the 1979 gurriela raid.

 

Chegnashuela also said the Isreal is going to return the bodies of dozens of Palestanine and Arab fighters. He said the deal will happen soon. Perhaps in less than two weeks.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

Diplomats in the United Nations are discussing a draft security council resolution criticizing the conduct of the last week's election in Zimbabwe in which President Robert Mugabe returned to power unopposed.

 

The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls for sanctions, including a travel ban and asset freeze on President Mugabe and 11 seniors in Zimbabwe officials. Correspondents say winning back in for the resolution will be difficult.

 

 

Chad said than security forces have killed more than 17 followers of a Muslim spiritual leader who threatened to launch a holy war. The security miniter said the police set to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack.

 

Our correspondent in the region Will Ross reports.

 

Chads security minister Ahamad Mahamad Basher said on Sunday night security forces surrounded the base of the spiritual leader Ahamad Ismail Becharra because he is waging holy war against Christians and atheits in Africa and Eurupe. The minister discribed Becharra and his followers as intoxicated extremists, who have taken on the goverment forces armed with swords, speards and bows, appareantly beliveing they were immune to bullets.

 

A senoir commander in America military says that opening up a third front after Iraq and Afganastan will be extremly stressful for the United States. The chairman of the Joint Cheif's staff Mike Malen, was responding to the questions about the likelihood of an attack in Iran. He said such action would have unpredictable conscequences.Earlier, Iran warned that it would respond fearlessly any assault.

 

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon Men's champion in number one seat Roger Federer is through to the semi-finals, after a straight sets of victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia. Federer would now face the Russia Marat Safin in the semi-finals. The Spanish Rafael Nadal is also through the Wembledon semi-finals, he beat Andy Murray of Scotland.

 

BBC news.

 

 

 

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相关的新闻报道:Associated Press

 

相关的新闻报道: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/americas/story/591476.html

 

有关Ingrid Betancourt 获释的报道, 网页上有详细内容哦!!


Ingrid Betancour 是BBC新闻的老朋友了,记得上次她出现在bbc的时候,是传闻她重病,Sarkozy派了架飞机,准备跟Farc一谈好,就接她去法国救治,后来没谈好。这次的人质解决行动,堪称经典,不久的将来一定会被搬上银幕的啊。   ----brightu

 

BOGOTA, Colombia -- Colombia's four most famous hostages -- three American defense contractors and a former presidential candidate -- were rescued from the jungle after years in the hands of leftists rebels, the Colombian defense ministry announced Wednesday. Authorities also captured a top FARC leader, "alias César," who was in charge of the hostages, and another guerrilla. In describing "Operation Checkmate,"

 

 Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said Colombian military intelligence managed to infiltrate the top hierarchy of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and arrange for a transfer of hostages purportedly to be handed over to Alfonso Cano, the rebel group's maximum leader. The government mole arranged for the hostages to be brought together from three different locations to one camp, and then taken to a helicopter the FARC believed belonged to a friendly aid group that would take the hostages to Cano. Instead, it was a military helicopter piloted by intelligence officers, who whisked a total of 15 hostages to freedom.

 

Free are American defense contractors Keith Stansell, Thomas Howes and Marc Gonsalves; former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt; and 11 soldiers and police officers.

 

"They are free, safe and sound," Santos said at a press conference. Betancourt was kidnapped in 2002 on the campaign trail, instantly becoming a in both Colombia and France, where she also has citizenship. Her campaign manager was released from captivity earlier this year.

 

A year after Betancourt's kidnapping, the Americans also were taken by FARC guerrillas. The Americans were working for a U.S. defense contractor corporation, Northrop Grumman, taking drug crop surveillance photos when their plane crashed into Colombia's jungle, which at the time was overrun by leftist rebels. The three were taken captive by the FARC and held as pawns for a prisoner swap.

 

Betancourt has been in captivity for six and a half years; the Americans five and a half. Stansell's overjoyed family began converging Wednesday afternoon at the Sarasota home where two of his children live with his ex-wife, Kelly Coady. "This is unbelievable," Coady, 42, said as multiple waiting calls beeped though on her cellphone. "I'm the happiest person on the planet right now." Coady said she had just managed to reach her teenage son Kyle, who had been at the beach when the news of his father's rescue broke.

 

 

A U.S Army representative contacted the family and would be meeting with them Wednesday evening to discuss the next steps to reunification with Stansell. The representative said the family would need to go to San Antonio, but didn't give more details, Coady said. "We had no idea this was coming. We've been hoping, just trying to get by day by day. Heck, (见鬼)I've just been trying to get Kyle through summer school," Coady said. "I'm so grateful they went in and got them and they're all ok, and that Ingrid has been freed, too."

 

 

The hostages were initially expected to be taken to the Tolemaida military base where Santos, the defense minister, was due to greet them. But journalists at the base were told Wednesday evening the reunion would take place in Bogotá. Santos said the military decided not to attack any of the other guerrillas in the vicinity附近, as an act of good faith to persuade the FARC to turn over any remaining hostages.

 

"We will continue working on the freedom of the rest of the kidnap victims," Santos said at a press conference in Bogotá.

 

"We call out to the current leaders of the FARC to not get themselves killed, free the rest of the hostages and do not sacrifice your men."

 

In Paris, Betancourt's son Lorenzo Delloye-Betancourt told the Associated Press that Betancourt's release, after six years of captivity, was "if true, the most beautiful news of my life." Speaking on Colombian TV, he had a message for his mom: "I want to tell my mother that I love her that today is the happiest day of my life,. There have been moments of so much hope and now when we didn't expect it, she is free. It's incredible."

 

There was no answer at the homes of American families of the other U.S. hostages. Luis Eladio Pérez, a former FARC hostage released in March and a friend of Betancourt, told local television that he felt an "enormous joy'' at their release and called the rescue a "death blow'' to the FARC. The news spread quickly in Miami, where the news was announced at Monserrate Restaurant, a Colombian restaurant in Doral where the local community gathered Wednesday at an event to support presidential candidate John McCain's visit to Cartagena, Colombia. First, there was a collective gasp.

 

"God bless Colombia," said Colombian community leader Fabio Andrade. "I get emotional talking about this, because I think this is a very important moment for Colombia. This is a great moment for Colombia because our country has suffered for 45 years and this is a sign that the terrorists are finally being terminated." The rescue ironically came on the same day as McCain's visit to Cartagena. It also comes amid a political crisis in the South American country, where President Alvaro Uribe is under fire for efforts by his supporters for Uribe to seek a third term. At a public appearance in Bogotá, Uribe was received with a resounding applause.

 

"This definitely means Uribe will be reelected, said Doral resident Jorge Luna, 42. ‘‘This means his popularity will skyrocket even more." The defense contractor corporation that employed the Americans confirmed the ‘‘long-awaited news'' that all three men "have been safely freed." "Northrop Grumman looks forward to having all three men reunited with their families back home in the United States," spokesman Jack Martin Jr. said in a statement. "They were freed as part of a successful Colombian military rescue effort and have been transferred to the custody of the U.S. government in Colombia for return to the United States." Miami Herald staff writer Casey Woods contributed to this report.

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Roger federer

Mario Ancic of Croatia

Andy Murray of Scortl

Rafael Nadal

为了找ROGER FERDERE 的对手的名字,真是大费周折啊!!google 没有,这是在他的主页上找到的, 给大家做个参考

 

http://www.rogerfederer.com/en/rogers/news/newsdetail.cfm?uNewsID=761

 

ATP - FABULOUS ROGER Roger stretched his winning streak on grass to 64 matches today to reach the Wimbledon semifinals by beating Mario Ancic 6-1, 7-5, 6-4. The win marked his 39th straight victory at Wimbledon, where he has won the last five titles and stands 43-4 at his favourite major venue.

 

"I'm playing great and serving excellent," Roger commented. "I had a lot of aces again, that always helps. It was a tough day with the rain delay and it broke my momentum a bit. But I got back into the match and played well all the way through." Roger rocketed over three aces in the final game as he served out his success in on hour, 41 minutes, clocking 15 aces and a mere six unforced errors.

 

Our king of grass calmly waited out a two-hour, 12-minute rain interruption after cautiously putting away a 20-minute first set - he lost just one point on serve - and standing 1-1 in the second when light drizzle moved in. Back on court and lifting the second set with a break from an Ancic double-fault for 6-5, Roger consolidated. He then applied even more pressure, forcing Croatia's Ancic to struggle through ten deuces and a 16-minute opening game of the third. Roger will race the winner from Russian Marat Safin and Spain's Feliciano Lopez in the semi-finals on Friday.

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BBC news with Dick Kelly.

 

The Colombian army has rescued the country's highest-profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt who had been held in captivity for 6 years by left wing rebel group---the Farc. From Colombia, here is Jeremy McDermott.

 

The rescuers appears with * more to deception than firepower. The Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that the infiltrate managed to convince the guerrilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter, as they were to be taken to the Farc's supreme leader, Alfonso Cano. Among those rescued was the best known hostages in guerrilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who was snatched pro-2006, as she campaigned for the presidency. There are also three US subcontractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crashed landed in rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety, one member of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.

 

So news just in. Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comments since her rescue. She says the military operation took her completely for surprise and was impeccable. He said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia. President Bush has congratulated Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for securing in the hostages’ release. The French president Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr Uribe, as our Paris correspondent Hugh Schofield reports, this issue has become one of Mr. Sarkozy's top priorities. The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has excited huge public sympathy in France. Pictures've been hang on public buildings, and a campaign to had her release has received constant courage in the media. She has French citizenship by a marriage which now dissolved, which produce two children, who's been active in keeping her captivity in spotlight. She's also well connected in France having studied with the former French prime minister Dominique de Villepin. He was responsible for an aborted mission to get her released five years ago. But it's president Nicolas Sarkozy used most to make her fate a public issue in France.

   

The Lebanese Hezbollah movement says it has agreed to have a prisoner exchange deal with Israel.  Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah describes the deal as a victory for all Arabs and Muslims.

Let everyone consider this his victory, and let no one think it is going against him or defeat for him. I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of this accomplishment, because if it happens, god willing Lebanon would be the first Arab country the Arabs really conflict to

*the prospect of ** released is controversial in Israel, because of in Israel in the death of three members of one family, including two young girls, in a 1979 guerrilla raid.**also said Israel is going to return the bodies of dozens of Palestine and Arab fighters. He said the deal will happen soon, perhaps in less than two weeks.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

Diplomats at the United Nations are discussing a draft Security Council resolution, criticizing the conduct of last week's election in Zimbabwe, in which President Robert Mugabe was returned to power on a post. The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls for sanctions, including a travel ban and aside frees on President Mugabe and eleven senior Zimbabwean officials. Correspondent say winning back for the resolution will be difficult.

 

Chad says its security forces have killed more than 70 followers of a Muslim spiritual leader who threaten to launch a holy war. A security minister said police send to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack. Our correspondent in this region Will Ross reports.

Chad Security Minister Ahmat Mahamat Bachir said on Sunday night security force surrounded the base of a spiritual leader Ahmat Israel Bichara, because he frightened he** Christians and ** in Africa and Europe. The security minister describe Bichara's followers as intoxicated extremists who would take on the government forces armed with swords, spears and bows apparently believing they were immune to bullets.

 

Senior commander in the American military says that opening up a third front after Iraq and Afghanistan would be extremely stressful for the United States. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm Mike Mullen was responding to questions about the likelyhood of an attack on Iran. He said such action would have unpredictable consequences. Earlier, Iran warned that it would respond fiercely to any assault.

 

 

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon men's champion the number 1 seed Roger Federer is through to the semi-finals after a straight-side victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia. Federer will now face the Russian Marat Safin in the semi-finals.** Rafael Nadal is also through to the Wimbledon semi-finals. He beat Andy Roddic of Scotland.

BBC news

 

 

 

 

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BBC News with Dick Kelly.

 

The Colombian army has rescued the country's highest-profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt, who had been held in captivity for six years by the left wing rebel group, the Farc. From Colombia, here's Jeremy McDermott.


The rescued appears with due more to deception than firepower. The Defence Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that an infiltrator managed to convince the guerrilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter, as they were to be taken to the Farc/ supreme leader, Alfonso Cano. Among those rescued was the best-known hostage/ in guerrilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who was snatched in April, 2002, as she campaigned for the presidency. There were also three US subcontractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crash-landed in rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety when members of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.


Some news just in. Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comments since her rescue. She said the military operation took her completely by surprise and was impeccable. She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia.


President Bush has congratulated the Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for securing / the hostages' release. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr Uribe. As our Paris correspondent / /  reports, the issue had become one of Mr Sarkozy's top priorities.


The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has excited huge public sympathy in France. Her pictures've been hung on public buildings and a campaign to have her release has received constant coverage in the media. She has French citizenship by a marriage, / now dissolved, which produced two children, who've been active in keeping her captivity in the spotlight. She's also well connected in France having studied with the former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. He was responsible for an abortive mission to get her released five years ago. But it's President Nicolas Sarkozy used utmost to make her fate a public issue in France.

   

The Lebanese Hezbollah Movement says it has agreed to / a prisoner exchange deal with Israel. The hezbollah leader, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, described the deal as a victory for all Arabs and Muslims.


Let everyone consider this his victory, and let no one think it is / against him or a defeat for him. I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of this accomplishment, because if it happens, God willing, Lebanon would be the first Arab country the Arab-Israeli conflict to conclude


The prospect of him being released is controversial in Israel because of  his role in the deaths of three members of one family, including two young girls, in a 1979 guerrilla raid. Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah also said that Israel had agreed to return the bodies of dozens of Palestinian and Arab fighters.He said the deal will happen soon, perhaps in less than two weeks.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

Diplomats at the United Nations are discussing a draft Security Council resolution, criticizing the conduct of last week's election in Zimbabwe, in which President Robert Mugabe was returned to power unopposed. The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls for sanctions, including a travel ban and asset freeze on President Mugabe and eleven senior Zimbabwean officials. Correspondents say winning backing for the resolution will be difficult.

 

Chad says its security forces have killed more than 70 followers of a Muslim spiritual leader who threatened to launch a holy war. The security minister said police sent to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack. Our correspondent in the region Will Ross reports.


Chad Security Minister, Ahmat Mahamat Bachir, said on Sunday night security forces surrounded the base of a spiritual leader, Ahmat Israel Bichara, because he had threatened to launch a holy war against Christians and atheists in Africa and Europe. The security minister described Bichara's followers as intoxicated extremists who would take on the government forces armed with swords, spears and bows, apparently believeing they were immune to bullets.

 

Senior commander in the American military says that opening up a third front after Iraq and Afghanistan would be extremely stressful for the United States. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm Mike Mullen, was responding to questions about the likelihood of an attack on Iran. He said such action would have unpredictable consequences. Earlier, Iran warned that it would respond fiercely to any assault.

 

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon men's champion, the No. 1 seed, Roger Federer, is through to the semi-finals after a straight-set victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia. Federer will now face the Russian Marat Safin in the semi-finals. The Spaniard, Rafael Nadal, is also through to the Wimbledon semi-finals. He beat Andy Murray of Scotland.


BBC News.



[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-7-3 13:58 编辑 ]
All sunshine without shade, all pleasure without pain, is not life at all.

on brightu

 

BBC News with Dick Kelly.

 

The Colombian army has rescued the country's highest-profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt, who had been held in captivity for six years by the left wing rebel group, the Farc. From Colombia, here's Jeremy McDermott.

 

The rescue/ appears with due more to deception than firepower. The Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that an infiltrator managed to convince the guerrilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter, as they were to be taken to the Farc supreme leader, Alfonso Cano. Among those rescued was the best-known hostage in guerrilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who was snatched in April, 2002, as she campaigned for the presidency. There were also three US subcontractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crash-landed in rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety when members of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.

 

Some news just in. Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comment/ since her rescue. She said the military operation took her completely by surprise and was impeccable. She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia.

 

President Bush has congratulated the Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for securing the hostages' release. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr Uribe. As our Paris correspondent / Schofield reports, the issue had become one of Mr Sarkozy's top priorities.

 

The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has excited huge public sympathy in France. Her pictures been hung on public buildings and a campaign to have her release has received constant coverage in the media. She has French citizenship by a marriage, now dissolved, which produced two children, who've been active in keeping her captivity in the spotlight. She's also well connected in France having studied with the former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. He was responsible for an abortive mission to get her released five years ago. But it's President Nicolas Sarkozy who’s done to make her fate a public issue in France.

   

The Lebanese Hezbollah Movement says it has agreed to a prisoner exchange deal with Israel. The hezbollah leader, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, described the deal as a victory for all Arabs and Muslims.

 

Let everyone consider this his victory, and let no one think it is against him or a defeat for him. I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of this accomplishment, because if it happens, God willing, Lebanon would be the first Arab country the Arab-Israeli conflict to conclude…

 

The prospect of him being released is controversial in Israel because of his role in the deaths of three members of one family, including two young girls, in a 1979 guerrilla raid. Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah also said that Israel had agreed to return the bodies of dozens of Palestinian and Arab fighters. He said the deal will happen soon, perhaps in less than two weeks.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

Diplomats at the United Nations are discussing a draft Security Council resolution, criticizing the conduct of last week's election in Zimbabwe, in which President Robert Mugabe was returned to power unopposed. The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls for sanctions, including a travel ban and asset freeze on President Mugabe and eleven senior Zimbabwean officials. Correspondents say winning backing for the resolution will be difficult.

 

Chad says its security forces have killed more than 70 followers of a Muslim spiritual leader who threatened to launch a holy war. The security minister said police sent to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack. Our correspondent in the region Will Ross reports.

 

Chad Security Minister, Ahmat Mahamat Bachir, said on Sunday night security forces surrounded the base of a spiritual leader, Ahmat Israel Bichara, because he had threatened to launch a holy war against Christians and atheists in Africa and Europe. The security minister described Bichara's followers as intoxicated extremists who had taken on the government forces armed with swords, spears and bows, apparently believing they were immune to bullets.

 

Senior commander in the American military says that opening up a third front after Iraq and Afghanistan would be extremely stressful for the United States. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm Mike Mullen, was responding to questions about the likelihood of an attack on Iran. He said such action would have unpredictable consequences. Earlier, Iran warned that it would respond fiercely to any assault.

 

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon men's champion, the No. 1 seed, Roger Federer, is through to the semi-finals after a straight-set victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia. Federer will now face the Russian Marat Safin in the semi-finals. The Spaniard, Rafael Nadal, is also through to the Wimbledon semi-finals. He beat Andy Murray of Scotland.

 

BBC News.

 

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to jjmm:
1、The rescue appears with .... 这个地方,我觉得你是对的,从语法角度分析也是,可播音员发音明显在rescue后面有个d的音,唯一的解释,他发错了

2、究竟Ingrid Betancourt 同志的发言要不要加复数呢 (Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comments),因为后面恰好是since这个单词嘛。

Google一下,还是要加s的,理解为两个s音连读了。

Colombia rescues Betancourt, 3 U.S. hostages - Yahoo! News

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French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt, three Americans and 11 other hostages ... for her rescue and weeping as she made her first public comments, ...
news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080703/ts_nm/colombia_hostages_dc - 49k - 12小时前 -网页快照 - 类似网页





3,那个bbc驻巴黎记者是Hugh Schofield









[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-7-3 21:25 编辑 ]
All sunshine without shade, all pleasure without pain, is not life at all.
普特听力大课堂

on jimm

BBC News with Nick Kelly.

 

 

 

The rescued appears with due more to deception than firepower. The Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that an infiltrator managed to convince the guerrilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter, as they were to be taken to the Farc supreme leader, Alfonso Cano. Among those rescued was the best-known hostage in guerrilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who was snatched in April, 2002, as she campaigned for the presidency. There were also three US subcontractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crash-landed in rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety when members of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.

 

Some news just in. Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public commend since her rescue. She said the military operation took her completely by surprise and was impeccable. She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia.

 

President Bush has congratulated the Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for securing the hostages' release. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr Uribe. As our Paris correspondent Huge Schofield reports, the issue had become one of Mr Sarkozy's top priorities.

 

The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has excited huge public sympathy in France. Her picture’s been hung on public buildings and a campaign to have her release has received constant coverage in the media. She has French citizenship by a marriage, now dissolved, which produced two children, who've been active in keeping her captivity in the spotlight. She's also well connected in France having studied with the former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. He was responsible for an abortive mission to get her released five years ago. But it's President Nicolas Sarkozy who’s done most to make her fate a public issue in France.

 

 

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to brightu 

But it's President Nicolas Sarkozy who’s done most to make her fate a public issue in France. 这里我听到有那个most的音,但是不太确定是who's done most 还是你那个utmost
on jjmm

BBC News with Nick Kelly.

 

The Colombian army has rescued the country's highest-profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt, who had been held in captivity for six years by the left wing rebel group, the Farc. From Colombia, here's Jeremy McDermott.

 

The rescue appears with due more to deception than firepower. The Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that an infiltrator managed to convince the guerrilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter, as they were to be taken to the Farc supreme leader, Alfonso Cano. Among those rescued was the best-known hostage in guerrilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who was snatched in April, 2002, as she campaigned for the presidency. There were also three US subcontractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crash-landed in rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety when members of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.

 

Some news just in. Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comments since her rescue. She said the military operation took her completely by surprise and was impeccable. She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia.

 

President Bush has congratulated the Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for securing the hostages' release. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr Uribe. As our Paris correspondent Hugh Schofield reports, the issue had become one of Mr Sarkozy's top priorities.

 

The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has excited huge public sympathy in France. Her pictures been hung on public buildings and a campaign to have her released has received constant coverage in the media. She has French citizenship by a marriage, now dissolved, which produced two children, who've been active in keeping her captivity in the spotlight. She's also well connected in France having studied with the former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. He was responsible for an abortive mission to get her released five years ago. But it's President Nicolas Sarkozy who’s done most to make her fate a public issue in France.

   

The Lebanese Hezbollah Movement says it has agreed to a prisoner exchange deal with Israel. The hezbollah leader, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, described the deal as a victory for all Arabs and Muslims.

 

Let everyone consider this his victory, and let no one think it is against him or a defeat for him. I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of this accomplishment, because if it happens, God willing, Lebanon would be the first Arab country in the Arab-Israeli conflict to conclude…

 

The prospect of him being released is controversial in Israel because of his role in the deaths of three members of one family, including two young girls, in a 1979 guerrilla raid. Sheikh Nasrallah also said that Israel had agreed to return the bodies of dozens of Palestinian and Arab fighters. He said the deal will happen soon, perhaps in less than two weeks.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

Diplomats at the United Nations are discussing a draft Security Council resolution, criticizing the conduct of last week's election in Zimbabwe, in which President Robert Mugabe was returned to power unopposed. The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls for sanctions, including a travel ban and asset freeze on President Mugabe and eleven senior Zimbabwean officials. Correspondents say winning backing for the resolution will be difficult.

 

Chad says its security forces have killed more than 70 followers of a Muslim spiritual leader who threatened to launch a holy war. The security minister said police sent to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack. Our correspondent in the region Will Ross reports.

 

Chad Security Minister, Ahmat Mahamat Bachir, said on Sunday night security forces surrounded the base of a spiritual leader, Ahmat Israel Bichara, because he had threatened to launch a holy war against Christians and atheists in Africa and Europe. The security minister described Bichara's followers as intoxicated extremists who had taken on the government forces armed with swords, spears and bows, apparently believing they were immune to bullets.

 

Senior commander in the American military says that opening up a third front after Iraq and Afghanistan would be extremely stressful for the United States. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm Mike Mullen, was responding to questions about the likelihood of an attack on Iran. He said such action would have unpredictable consequences. Earlier, Iran warned that it would respond fiercely to any assault.

 

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon men's champion, the No. 1 seed, Roger Federer, is through to the semi-finals after a straight-set victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia. Federer will now face the Russian Marat Safin in the semi-finals. The Spaniard, Rafael Nadal, is also through to the Wimbledon semi-finals. He beat Andy Murray of Scotland.

 

BBC News.

 


[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-7-3 21:42 编辑 ]
All sunshine without shade, all pleasure without pain, is not life at all.
to sainfoinwy:

jjmm改的是对的,不过少加了most,我那样改语法结构是错误的。
All sunshine without shade, all pleasure without pain, is not life at all.
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语

to brightu

我又粗心了。的确是忘了加most,嘻嘻。

那个要不要加s的 comments,我其实觉得都可以。只是想她头次出来讲话,该是单数吧。不过复数也说得通,反正一次讲话可以有很多commentS的嘛。既然网上有类似的说法,我接受啦。

至于那个记者啊,我其实没去查,呵呵,偷懒~~

不过schofeild太熟,看了prison break, 怎么可能忘记呢,嘻嘻。

 

 

 MM原来是越狱中的大帅哥粉丝呢 ----brightu

[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-7-3 23:02 编辑 ]
Homework 

And other news the leader of Hezbollah Movement in Lebanon has confirmed a deal has been reached to exchange prisoners with Israel. That's all coming up after the news.

BBC News with Nick Kelly;

The Colombian army has rescued the country's highest profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt who had been held in captivity for six years by the left-wing rebel group, the FARC.

From Colombia here's Jeremy McDermott.

The rescue appears with due more than deception than fire power. The Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos said that an infiltrator managed to convince the guerilla commander holding the hostages to put them on a helicopter as they will be taken to the FARC supreme leader Alfonso Cano. Among those rescued was the best known in guerilla hands, Ingrid Betancourt, a French-Colombian citizen who's snatched in April 2002 as she campaigned for the presidency. There are also three US sub-contractors freed who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spy plane crash-landed in rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety when members of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.

Some news just in. Ingrid Betancourt has made her first public comments since her rescue. She said the military operation took her completely by surprise and was impeccable. She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Colombia.

President Bush has congratulated the Colombian counterpart Alvaro Uribe for securing the hostages' release. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy also thanked Mr. Uribe, as our correspondent Hugh Schofiel reports the issue had become one of Mr. Sarkozy's top priorities.

The plight of Ingrid Betancourt has excited huge public sympathy in France. Her picture's been hung on public buildings and a campaign to have her released has received constant coverage in the media. She has French citizenship by a marriage now dissolved, which produces two children, who've been active in keeping her captivity in the spotlight. She's also well connected in France having study with the former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. He was responsible for an abortive mission to get her released five years ago. But its President Nicolas Sarkozy used utmost to make her fate a public issue in France.

The Lebanese Hezbollah Movement says it's agreed to a prisoner-exchange deal with Israel. The Hezbollah leader, Hassan Nasrallah, described the deal as a victory for all Arabs and Muslims.

Let everyone consider this his victory and let no one think it's against him or defeat for him. I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of this accomplishment, because if it happens, god willing, Lebanon will be the first Arabic country in the Arab-Israeli conflict to conclude.

The prospect of him being released is controversial in Israel because of his role in the deaths of three members of one family, including two young girls in the 1979 guerrilla raid. Sheikh Nasrallah also said Israel had agreed to return the bodies of dozens of Palestinians and Arab fighters, he said the deal will happen soon, perhaps in less than two weeks.

This is the latest world's news from the BBC.

Diplomats at the United Nations are discussing a draft security council resolution, criticizing the conduct of last week's election in Zimbabwe, in which President Robert Mugabe was returned to power unopposed. The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls the sanctions including a tribe ban, and asset freeze on President Mugabe and 11 senior Zimbabwean officials. Correspondent says winning backing for the resolution will be difficult.

Chad says its security forces have killed more than 74 followers of the Muslim spiritual leader, who threatened to launch a holy war. The security minster said police sent to arrest the spiritual leader came under attack.

Our correspondent in the region Will Ross reports.

Chad's Security Minister Ahmat Mahamat Bachir said on Sunday night security forces surrounded the base of a spiritual leader Ahmat Israel Bichara, because he had threatened to launch a holy war against Christians and atheists in Africa and Europe. The security minister described Bichara's followers as intoxicated extremists who have taken on the government forces armed with swords, spears and bows apparently believing they were immune to bullets.

Senior commander in the American military says that opening up a third front after Iraq and Afghanistan will be extremely stressful for the United States. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen was responding to questions about the like hood of an attack on Iran. He said such actions have unpredictable consequences. Earlier Iran warned that it would respond fiercely to any assault.

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon men's champion and No. 1 seed, Roger Federer, is through to the semi-finals after a straight-set victory of Mario Ancic of Croatia. Federer will now face the Russian Marat Safin in the semi-finals. The Spaniard, Rafael Nadal, is also through to the Wimbledon semi-finals. He beat Andy Murray of Scotland.

BBC News.

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

 

The Columbian army has rescued the country’s highest profile hostage Ingrate Battacort was being held in capability for 6 years by the left-wing rebel group the FARC, from Columbia, here’s Jeremy McDermott:

 

The rescue appears with / more interception than fire power. The Defense Minister Juan Manuasanto said that the infiltrated have managed to convince the guerilla command of holding the hostages to put them on the helicopter, as they would be taken to the FARC’s supreme leader, Unforce Ucano.

 

Among those rescued was the best known hostage in guerilla’ s hands, Ingrate Battacort, a French Columbian citizen, who was snatched / in 2002, as she campaigned for the presidency. There are also 3 US subcontractors freed, who were kidnapped in 2003 after their spider plane crashed land in the rebel territory. The remaining hostages brought to safety were members of the security forces captured in various rebel attacks.

 

Some news just in.

 

Ingrate Battacort has made her first public comment since the rescue. She said the military operation took a completely biased prize and was impeccable. She said the rescue was a sign for future peace in Columbia.

 

President Bush has held a conversation with his counterpart / Aribei, for securing the hostages release. The French President Nicolas Sarkozy also thanks to Mr. Aribei. As our Paris correspondent Hugh Schofield reports, the issues have become one of Mr. Sarkozy’s top priorities:

 

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The Lebanese Hezbollah movement says it agrees to a prisoner exchange deal with Israel. Hezbollah leader, H S, describes the deal a victory for all Arabs and Muslims. Let everyone consider of this as a victory, and let no one think it against him or already fit for him. I hope the Lebanese appreciate the importance of the accomplishment. Because if it happens in God willing, Lebanon will be the first ever country // Israeli conflict.

 

Samir Qanter, the persecutor who has been released in controversial in Israel, because of his role in the death of 3 member of one family including two young girls in the 1979 guerilla rate. / / also said the Israel is going to return the bodies of dozens of Palestinian and Arab fighters. He said the deal will happen soon, perhaps in less than 2 weeks.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

Diplomats in the United Nations are discussing a draft of a Security Council’s resolution, criticizing the conduct of last week’s election in Zimbabwe, in which President Robert Mugabe was return to power unopposed. The draft resolution has been drawn up by the United States. It calls the sanctions including a travel ban and asset freeze on President Mugabe and 11 senior Zimbabwean officials. Correspondent says wining backing of the resolution will be difficult.

 

Chad said its security forces have killed more than 70 followers of the Muslim spiritual leader, who has threatened to launch a holy war. The Security Minister said police, sent to arrest the spiritual leader, came under attack. Our correspondent in the region, Will Ross reports:

 

Chad’s Security Minister Ahamad Muhammad Bashir said on the Sunday night, security forces surrounded the base of the spiritual leader, Ahamad Richmeal Bijiara. Because / / Christians and ethics in Africa and Europe. The Security Minister described the Bijira’s followers as intoxicated extremists who are taking the government forces armed with soars, spears and bones, apparently believing they were immune to bullets.

 

Senior commander in the American military says that the open-up of third front after Iraq and Afghanistan will be extremely stressful for the United States. The chairman of the joint chief staff, / MacMarlon, would be responding to the question that attack would be taken on Iran. He said such action will have unpredictable consequences. Earlier, Iran warned that it will respond fiercely to any assault.

 

Tennis in the defending Wimbledon men’s champion and the No.1 seed Roger Federer is through the semi-finals after a straight-set victory over Mario Anchi of Croatia. Federer now will face the Russian in the semi-finals. The Spanish / /, is also through the Wimbledon semi-finals, he beat Anti Mari of Scotland.

 

BBC News.

 

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