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The main opposition leader in Pakistan _ has left his homecity of _ and join thousands of supporters on a protest march to the capital _. _, a former Prime Minister and a long oppoent of the President _ defined what he said to be in an illegal house arrest order. _ reports from _.

 

Police tried to stop activists from gathering in the hall for the long march on _.They fired tear gas at protesters who _ them with stones. They also surrounded the house of _ who was supposed to lead the demonstration demanding registration of the deposed chief justice. The government saild it was only protecting him against security threats. But Mr._ emerged _. Police pulled back in a tactical retreat as he left the house. Rallying supporters into a _ force. It's not clear how far he'll get. The government had seal the capital to _ protesters plans to reach parliament.

 

Two Israeli traffic police officers have been shot dead in the West Bank. Their car was fired on _ another vehical. Israeli security forces are looking for the gunman who they said were Palestinians. The shooting happen near an Israeli settlement in the Jordan Valley. Two checkpoints in the last week to ease travel for local Palestinians. A group named _ assassinated _ commander has said it killed the officers.

 

Native forces in Afganistan say four of their soldiers have died in an attack in the eastern province of _. The American troops were in a _ that was hit by a roadside bomb. In the separated _ in _, two bystanders were killed and 14 injured by a suicide bomber.

 

The former vice-president of United States Dick _ has said that the Americans are less safe. Now that President Obama has overturned antiterrorism policies introduced during the Bush Administrations. In his first television interview since leaving office, Mr._ speaking on CNN critized Mr.Obama's decision to close _ Bay and secret CIA detention site abroad.

 

I think those programs were absolutely essential to the success we enjoyed of being able to collect the intelligents that led us defeat all further attempts to attacks against the United States since 911. is great success story, it was done legally, it was done in accordance with their constitutional. Practice is principles. President Obama campaigned against it all across the country. And now he's making some choices that in my mind will in fact raise the risk to the American people of another attack.

 

An explosion into world heritage site in _ has killed four South Korean tourist and a local man. Security officials believe it was a terrorist attack but didn't rule out other possibilities. The blast happened as the tourists were taking pictures of the sunset from a hill overlooking the historic city of _, which is known for its _ skyscrapers in southwest _.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Oil ministers from the 12 OPEC countries have agreed they won't reduce the amount of oil they are currently producing. However, they will strictly enforce _ announced earlier of more than four million barrels a day. The ministers meeting in the Austrian capital Vienna were trying to establish how to respond to the recent big force in the price of oil. It's now trading at about a third of the price it reached last year.

The president of _, _ says a _ will be held as soon as possible. _ a standoff with the opposition that's led months of unrest. _ official reports from the capital _.

 

Both _ main political factions say they represent true democracy. Supporters of president _ point out that their man has won the last two general elections. The opposition _ and say he's since become a dictator, forgetting the poor and _ press freedom. Now the president is challenged to his opponents to put their claims to the test. It's not clear what question will be post, but the president said their vote would be held in a shortest time possible and called on international partners to assisst. The opposition was now decide whether to take part.

 

Reports from _ say voting has been going peacefully in the country's presidential election. The candidates of the former left wing FLM rebel movement _ is challenging the right wing government that's held apart for more than two decades since the end of the civil war. _ conservative opponent _ is having to deal with this illusion meant the rulling party at a time when economic hardship is being increasing. Thousands of _ living in the United States, most of whom support Mr._ have flown home so they can vote. The FLM won the country's first ever congrational elections in January. There are about four thousand observers in _ to monitor the vote.

 

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The main opposition leader in Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, has left his home city of Lahore, and joined thousands of supporters on a protest march to the capital Islamabad. Mr. Sharif, a former Prime Minister, and a long-term opponent to the President Asif Zardari defied what he said had been an illegal house arrest order. Barbara Plett reports from Islamabad.

巴基斯坦主要反对派领袖Nawaz Sharif已离开家乡拉合尔市,与其数千名支持者一起参加了首都伊斯兰堡的抗议游行。作为国家前总理和总统Asif Zardari的长期对手,Sharif蔑视对他采取的所谓非法软禁令。Barbara Plett从伊斯兰堡发回的报道。

 

Police tried to stop activists from gathering in Lahore for their long march on Islamabad. They fired tear gas at protestors who pelted them with stones. They also surrounded the house of Nawaz Sharif who was supposed to lead the demonstration demanding restoration of the deposed chief justice. The government said it was only protecting him against security threats. But Mr. Sharif emerged defiant. Police pulled back in a tactical retreat as he left the house, rallying supporters into a jubilant display of force. It's not clear how far he will get. The government has sealed the capital to foil protestors' plans to reach parliament.

为了参加伊斯兰堡的长征活动,激进分子们在拉合尔市集结,警方设法加以阻止。他们向示威者发射了催泪瓦斯,对方用石块还击。警方还包围了此次游行活动的领导人Nawaz Sharif 的住宅,Sharif要求被免职的首席大法官复职。政府表示只是保护他不受到安全威胁。但以一种蔑视的态度出现在大家面前。当他离开住所的时候警方采取了战术性撤退。目前尚不清楚他将发展到什么程度,为了阻止激进分子按计划到达国会,政府封锁了首都。

 

Two Israeli traffic police officers have been shot dead in the West Bank. Their car was fired on from another vehicle. Israeli security forces are looking for the gunmen who they said were Palestinians. The shooting happened near an Israeli settlement in the Jordan Valley. Two checkpoints in the area had been removed in the last week to ease travel for local Palestinians. A group named after an assassinated Hezbollah commander has said it killed the officers.

两名以色列交警被发现射杀于约旦河西岸。有另外一辆车朝他们的警车开火。以色列安全部队正在搜寻这些持枪歹徒,他们认为是巴勒斯坦人所为。此次枪击事件发生在佐敦谷的以色列定居点附近。为了方便当地的巴勒斯坦人出行,上周撤掉了该地区的两个检查站。一个以被暗杀的黎巴嫩真主党司令官名字命名的组织,声称对此枪击事件负责。

 

NATO forces in Afghanistan say four of their soldiers have died in an attack in the eastern province of Nangarhar. The American troops were in a convoy that was hit by a roadside bomb. In a separate attack in Kabul, two bystanders were killed and 14 injured by a suicide bomber.

驻扎在阿富汗的北约部队声称,他们有四名士兵在东部Nangarhar省的一次袭击当中丧生。美军部队在一个车队中遭遇了路边炸弹袭击。在阿富汗首都喀布尔发生的另一起人体炸弹袭击事件当中,两名旁观被炸死另有十四人受伤。

 

The former vice President of the United States Dick Cheney has said that Americans are less safe now that President Obama has overturned anti-terrorism policies introduced during the Bush administration. In his first television interview since leaving office, Mr. Cheney speaking on CNN criticized Mr. Obama's decision to close Guantanamo Bay and secret CIA detention sites abroad.

美国前副总统Dick Cheney表示,由于总统奥巴马推翻了布什政府曾采用的反恐政策,美国人民的处境现在变得更加危险。在其离任后首次接受美国有线电视新闻网的电视采访时,Cheney先生批评了奥巴马总统做出的关闭关塔那摩湾集中营,以及中央情报局几处海外秘密拘留所的决定。

 

"I think those programs were absolutely essential to the success we enjoyed of being able to collect the intelligence that let us defeat all further attempts to launch attacks against the United States since 9/11. I think its a great success story. It was done legally and it was done in accordance with our constitutional practices and principles. President Obama campaigned against it all across the country, and now he is making some choices that in my mind will in fact raise the risk to the American people of another attack. "

我认为那几个项目都是至关重要的,我们收集情报并且成功的挫败了自911恐怖袭击后的多次袭击活动。我认为那是很伟大的成功。完全照章办事,而且都参考了宪法的原则和实践活动。奥巴马总统在全国开展反对这个政策的活动,现如今他正在做出一些抉择,但在我看来这种作法实际上会加剧美国人民遭受攻击的危险。

 

An explosion at a world heritage site in Yemen has killed four South Korean tourists and a local man. Security officials believed that it was a terrorist attack, but didn't rule out other possibilities. The blast happened as the tourists were taking pictures of the sunset from a hill overlooking the historic city of Sheba which is known for its mud-brick skyscrapers in southwest Yemen.

也门的一处世界遗产保护区发生爆炸,其中四名韩国游客和一位当地人丧生。安全事务官员认为这是一起恐怖袭击事件,但尚未排除其他可能性。历史名城希巴位于也门西南部,改成以其泥砖结构的摩天大楼而闻名于世,当爆炸发生时,游客们正在位于可以鸟瞰希巴城的山上拍摄日落。

 

 

World News from the BBC.

 

 

Oil ministers from the 12 OPEC countries have agreed they won't reduce the amount of oil they are currently producing. However, they will strictly enforce cuts they'd announced earlier of more than four million barrels a day. The ministers, meeting in the Austrian capital Vienna, will try to establish how to respond to the recent big falls in the price of oil. It's now trading at about a third of the price it reached last year.

十二个欧佩克成员国的石油部长们一致同意他们将不会削减目前的原油产量。但他们将严格执行减少早些时候宣布的每天生产四百万桶的产量。出席在奥地利首都维也纳召开会议的部长们将商讨,如何对最近的原油价格下滑做出反应。目前的交易价格只是去年价格的三分之一。

 

 

The President of Madagascar, Marc Ravalomanana, says a referendum will be held as soon as possible to resolve a stand-off with the opposition thats led to months of unrest. Jonah Fisher reports from the capital, Antananarivo.

 

 

Both Madagascar's main political factions say they represent true democracy. Supporters of President Marc Ravalomanana pointed out that their man has won the last two general elections. The opposition shrugged that off and say he's since become a dictator, forgetting the poor and curbing press freedom. Now the President has challenged his opponents to put their claims to the test. It's not clear what question will be posed, but the president said the vote would be held in the shortest time possible and called on international partners to assist. The opposition has not decided whether to take part.

 

 

Reports from El Salvador say voting has been going peacefully in the country's presidential election. The candidate of the former left-wing FMLN rebel movement, Mauricio Funes, is challenging the right-wing government that's held power for more than two decades since the end of the civil war. Mr. Funes conservative opponent Rodrigo Ávila is having to deal with disillusionment with the ruling party at a time when economic hardship has been increasing. Thousands of Salvadorans living in the United States, most of whom support Mr. Ávila, have flown home so they can vote. The FMLN won the country's first ever congressional elections in January. There are about 4,000 observers in El Salvador to monitor the vote.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.


The main opposition leader in Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, has left his home city of Lahore, and joined thousands of supporters on a protest march to the capital Islamabad. Mr. Sharif, a former Prime Minister, and a long-term opponent to the President Asif Zardari defied what he said had been an illegal house arrest order. Barbara Plett reports from Islamabad.


Police tried to stop activists from gathering in Lahore for their long march on Islamabad. They fired tear gas at protestors who pelted them with stones. They also surrounded the house of Nawaz Sharif who was supposed to lead the demonstration demanding restoration of the deposed chief justice. The government said it was only protecting him against security threats. But Mr. Sharif emerged defiant. Police pulled back in a tactical retreat as he left the house, rallying supporters into a jubilant display of force. It's not clear how far he will get. The government has sealed the capital to foil protestors' plans to reach parliament.


Two Israeli traffic police officers have been shot dead in the West Bank. Their car was fired on from another vehicle. Israeli security forces are looking for the gunmen who they said were Palestinians. The shooting happened near an Israeli settlement in the Jordan Valley. Two checkpoints in the area had been removed in the last week to ease travel for local Palestinians. A group named after an assassinated Hezbollah commander has said it killed the officers.


NATO forces in Afghanistan say four of their soldiers have died in an attack in the eastern province of Nangarhar. The American troops were in a convoy that was hit by a roadside bomb. In a separate attack in Kabul, two bystanders were killed and 14 injured by a suicide bomber.


The former vice President of the United States Dick Cheney has said that Americans are less safe now that President Obama has overturned anti-terrorism policies introduced during the Bush administration. In his first television interview since leaving office, Mr. Cheney speaking on CNN criticized Mr. Obama's decision to close Guantanamo Bay and secret CIA detention sites abroad.


"I think those programs were absolutely essential to the success we enjoyed of being able to collect the intelligence that let us defeat all further attempts to launch attacks against the United States since 9/11. I think that’s a great success story. It was done legally. It was done in accordance with our constitutional practices and principles. President Obama campaigned against it all across the country, and now he is making some choices that in my mind will in fact raise the risk to the American people of another attack. "


An explosion at a world heritage site in Yemen has killed four South Korean tourists and a local man. Security officials believed /that/ it was a terrorist attack, but didn't rule out other possibilities. The blast happened as the tourists were taking pictures of the sunset from a hill overlooking the historic city of Sheba which is known for its mud-brick skyscrapers in southwest Yemen.


World News from the BBC.


Oil ministers from the 12 OPEC countries have agreed they won't reduce the amount of oil they are currently producing. However, they will strictly enforce cuts they'd announced earlier of more than four million barrels a day. The ministers, meeting in the Austrian capital Vienna, will try to establish how to respond to the recent big falls in the price of oil. It's now trading at about a third of the price it reached last year.


The President of Madagascar, Marc Ravalomanana, says a referendum will be held as soon as possible to resolve a stand-off with the opposition that’s led to months of unrest. Jonah Fisher reports from the capital, Antananarivo.


Both Madagascar's main political factions say they represent true democracy. Supporters of President Marc Ravalomanana point/ed/ out that their man has won the last two general elections. The opposition shrugg/ed/ that off and say he's since become a dictator, forgetting the poor and curbing press freedom. Now the president has challenged his opponents to put their claims to the test. It's not clear what question will be posed, but the president said the vote would be held in the shortest time possible and called on international partners to assist. The opposition will now decide whether to take part.


Reports from El Salvador say voting has been going peacefully in the country's presidential election. The candidate of the former left-wing FMLN rebel movement, Mauricio Funes, is challenging the right-wing government that's held power for more than two decades since the end of the civil war. Mr. Funes’ conservative opponent Rodrigo Ávila is having to deal with disillusionment with the ruling party at a time when economic hardship has been increasing. Thousands of Salvadorans living in the United States, most of whom support Mr. Ávila, have flown home so they can vote. The FMLN won the country's first ever congressional elections in January. There are about 4,000 observers in El Salvador to monitor the vote.


BBC World Service News.

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原帖由 Alert! 于 2009-3-16 22:08 发表 BBC News with Marian Marshall. The main opposition leader in Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, has left his home city of Lahore, and joined thousands of supporters on a protest march to the capital Islamabad. ...

 

Mr. Sharif, a former Prime Minister, and a long-term opponent of the President Asif Zardari

 

虽然指同一个人,但这里a 还是听得很明显哦。 期待更多的解释~

 

 

原帖由 比比西 于 2009-3-18 10:50 发表 BBC News with Marian Marshall. The main opposition leader in Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, has left his home city of Lahore, and joined thousands of supporters on a protest march to the capital Islamabad. ...

 

The opposition must now decide whether to take part.

 

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