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European union finance ministers has accepted the need for sanctions against eu countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in russals on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts on falling confidence in the euro. The ministers agree to a german call for budget deficit to be bought under control. From xx, xx.
Europe finance ministers have fine indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece has drive much of the continent into. Amongst other measures, the ministers will create a crisis machenism designed to deal with other eu country who find themselves unable to pay it’s debts. Stronger economic governments also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In  presenting the result of it’s first task course meeting, the president of the European council xx, emphasize that although the crisis has only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management with European economy.
A car bomb in iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town, north of bagdad. The police said more than 50 were wounded in the attack, xx reports from bagdad.  The bomb went off in the early evening, at an mainly shiea town of hallis, about 80 kms north of bagdad. The car poteining the explosives have been parked in front of a cafe in a busy street market. It was desonated at the time when the area was shot to be crowded with people taking advantage of th evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminative of tax against shea areas have been a feature of recent violence, a partly xx provoking, a sectary reaction against sunist.
The education board in the us state of taxas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum, which critics say will politize teaching. Religious republicans of the board have been accused to trying to force their right wing views into the textbooks. But they are trying to correcting existing liberal bias. Xx reports. The TEXAS education board has become latest battal ground in the idealogical struggle between the liberals and conservatives. The proposals have been debated include teaching the united nations could be a threat to American freedom that the founding fathers may not have attended a complete civilration of church in state. They can also revise the way slavery and civil right movement cover. The board decisions won’t just affect nearly 500 million students in texas at all, they also set a template for textbook that could be used across entire united states.   ­­
The us secretary of state Hillary Clinton has arrived in China, where she is expected to try to pursvade the government to take a more critical approach to north korea for the thinking of a south korea warship. Earlier she said the evidence the ship been struct by north korea To peto was overwhelming nad unscientific. And the actions against north korea will require china’s backing. Bbc news.
The Obama administration has defended itself against accusation that it hasn’t done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of mexico. At a news conference, obama’s spokesman, Robert gates, said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill. “we have taken every step, we have pushed revesly for BP to do what is necessary to  contain what is leaking, to deal with both environmental and economic impact of what as a present sense today an unquestionably disarster.
Moroco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerner over the past few months. The government accused a xx church try to convert Muslims to Christianity, our religious affairs correspondent xx reports. The Morocan constitution defends freedom of worship for non-muslims citizens , but attempting to convert Muslims to other faith is against the law. Xx, the mosrocan minister for Islamic affairs, told the ruiters news agency, that he expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said some hide their poslitism and religious activism under the guides of other activities.
Prosecuters of a trial in france arising from crush of an air-france court code in Paris 10 years has asking for a suspended prison term for the former head of the planes development program. Xx. Mr. xx said he would not accept the result responsible.
Leaders of the Olympic world MC Derving organizations have challenged the American cyclist  xx, to product hard evidence to back up his claims that the 7 time winner of the tour of France xx, took performance in harming drugs. The president of Olympic xx, said xx couldn't condemn xx, without proof.

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BBC News with Iain Purdon

European Union finance ministers have accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the euro, the ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels, here is Ben Shore.
Europe's finance ministers have finally indicated how they will try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece has dragged much of the continent into.  Amongst other measures, ministers will create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country that finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will also ensure countries are honest \ about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of his first task force meeting, the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasized that although the process had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in a town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. Jim Muir reports from Baghdad.
The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shia town of Khalis, about 80 kilometres north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shia areas have been a feature of the recent violence apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reaction against Sunnis.

The education board in the US state of Texas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board had been accused of trying to force their right-wing views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct an existing liberal bias. James Read reports.
The Texas Education Board has become the latest battleground in the ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives. The proposals being debated include teaching that the United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that the Founding Fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and the civil rights movement that covered. The board's decisions won't just affect how nearly five million students in Texas are taught, they'll also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she is expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier, she said the evidence that the ship had been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. Any action against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.
"We have taken every step. We have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both the environmental and the economic impacts of what, as the president said today, is unquestionably a disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Christopher Landau reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens, but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahmed Toufiq, the Moroccan Minister for Islamic Affairs, told the Reuters news agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hired their proselytism and religious activism under the guise of other activities.

Prosecutors at a trial in France arising from the crash of an Air France Concorde in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development programme Henri Perrier. Mr Perrier has said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and World Anti-Doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the seven-time winner of Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance-enhancing drugs. The President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.

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BBC News with Iain Purdon.
European Union finance ministers accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the euro. The ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficit to be brought under control. From Brussels, here is Ben Shaw.
Europe's finance ministers have finally indicated how they would try avoid the debt crisis that Greece has drag much of the continent into. Among the other measures, ministers would create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country that find itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting results of its first task force meeting, the President of European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasised that although the process had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.
A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people will be wounded in the attack. Jim Muir reports from Baghdad.
The bomb went off in the early evening in a mainly Shiite town of Khalis, about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people, taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shiite areas have been a feature of the recent violence, apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reaction against Sunnites.
The education board in the US state of Texas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum, which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious republican on the board had been accused of trying to force their right-wing views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. James Reed reports.
The Texas's education board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives. The proposals being debated included teaching that United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church of state. They could also revise the way slavery and the civil rights movement covered. The board's decisions vouched the fact how nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught. There also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.
The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship being struck by North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. Any action against North Korea at the UN would require China's backing.
World News from the BBC.
The Obama Administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill.
"We have taken every step. We have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both environmental and economic impacts of what, as the president said today, is unquestionably a disaster."
Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Christopher Landor reports.
The Morocco constitution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens, but attempting to convert Muslims to other faith is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Morocco minister from Islamic Affairs, told the Reuters New Agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their post-liberalism and religious activism under the guise of other activities.
Prosecutors of the trial in France arising from the crash of Air France Concorde in Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program Henri Perrier. Mr. Perrier said he would not accept being held responsible.
Leaders of the Olympic world anti-doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the 7-time winner of Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance in enhancing drugs. The President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.
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European Union finance ministers have accepted the needs for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large date debts and the falling confidence in the Euro. The minister has reached a German Call for budget deficit to be brought on the control. From Vows Spensial.

European finance minister finally indicated how they would to avoid the debt crisis that the Greece has driven the much continent into. Amongst other measures, the minister would create another crisis mechanism desired to deal with another EU country that fond itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governments of all essential countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task falls meeting, the president of European Council, Herman Van Rompuy , emphasized that all voted processes had only just begun. There was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bombing in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at the market in the town north of the Baghdad. Police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. James Morror report from Baghdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiite town of Hollice about 8 kms north of Bagdad.
The car containing the explosives
has been parked in front of the café in the busiest street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was shortly crowed of people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such
attacks against Shiite area has been a feature of the recent violates that partly
aimed provoking the a
sectarian reaction against Sunnis.


The Education Board in the US state of Texas is due to the vote on propose changes to the school curriculum which critic say will politicize teaching. Religious republic of the board was accused of trying to force their right-wing views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. James Ray reports.

The Texas Education Board has become the latest battleground in the ideal logical struggle between the liberals and conservatives. The proposal has been debated including teaching in the united states could be a threat to the American freedom, and the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way of slavery and the civil rights movement covered. The Board decisions will not just affect nearly 5 million students in Texas at all, that also set a term plate for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.
The US Secretary Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she is expected to try to persuade the government to take more critical approach to North Korea for the thinking of the South Korea warship. Earlier, she said the evidence of the ship has been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. And the action against the North Korean of the UN will require China’s backing.

World News from the BBC.

The Obama administration has defended itself against the accusation that he hasn’t done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a press conference, Obama’s spokesman Robert Gifts said they had applied the utmost pressure on the BP which is struggling to contain the spill..

We have taken every step, we have pushed restlessly for repeat to do what is necessary, uh, to contain what is leaking to deal with both environmental and economical impact of what is the presence today is unquestionably a disaster.

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past months. The government was accused of trying to convert Muslims to the Cristianati. The religious affairs correspondent Corris Alanda reports.

The Moroccan constitution defends free worship for non-Muslims citizens but its attempting to convert Muslims to other faith is against the law.
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Prosecutors of a trial in France arising from the crash of an air France conquer in Paris ten years ago has asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of plans of development programme on Repario. Mr. Repario said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leader of the Olympic world anti-damping organization have chaliced the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the seven time winners of Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance enhancing drugs. The president of the International Olympic Jacques Rogge said that Landis couldn’t condemn Armstrong without prove.
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BBC news with Iain Purdon
European Union's Finance Ministers have accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which ran up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts falling confidence in the Euro. The ministers agree to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels here is Ban Shaw.
Europe's finance ministers have finally indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis the Greece's strike to much of the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers will creat a crisis machenism designed to deal with another EU country and find itself unable to pay its dabts. Stronger economic governments will censure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task force meeting, the president of the European Council Hamon Van Ronpoy emphasised that although the prices had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.
A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in a town, north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. Jermill reports from Baghdad.
The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiit town of harlots, about 18 kilometers north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of the café in the busiest street market. It was detinated at the time when the area was shot be crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such under discrimitive attacks against Shiah have been a feature of the recent violence a poundly aimed provoking a secterian reaction against Sunnites.
The Education Board in the US state of Texas due to vote on propose changes to the school curriculum which critic say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused of trying to force their right to infuse into text books, but they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. James Reed reports.
The Texas education board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between Liberals and Conservatives. The proposals being debated include teaching that United Nations could be a threat to American freedom, and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church in state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movement are covered. The board's decisions won't just affect how nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught. They also set the template for text books that could be used across the entire United States.
The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship have been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming unscientific. And the actions against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.
World News from the BBC
The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At news conference, president Obama spokesman Robert Gifts said they had apply the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.
"We have taken every step we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal both with environmental and economic impacts of what is the present sit today is unquestionably a disaster."
Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Critofe Lando reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends freedom of worships of no Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Moroccan minister to Islamic affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their positive and religious activism under the guides of other activities.
Prosecutors said trial in France arising from the crash of Air France concord in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program on repairing. Mr.Pariater said he would not accept being how to responsible.
Leaders of the Olympic and NCO world antidoping organizations have challenged the American psycholist Floyd Landers to produce hard evidence to backup his claim that the seven time winner of Tour De France Lens Armstrong to performance in ? drugs. The president of the international Olympic committee Jacque Rogge said Landers couldn't condemn Armstrong without prove.
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European Union Finance minister accpeted the need for sanction against EU countries which run out too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the Euro, the ministers has agreed to a German's call for budget deficit to be brought under control.

Europe finance ministers have finally indicate how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece dragged the much the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers would create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU countries that find themselves aren't able to  pay bebts. Stronger economic governance would also ensure countries are  honest about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task force meeting, president of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, enphasized that although the process had only just begun, there was strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at the market in the town north of Bagdad. Police said more than 50 people would wound in the attack.

The bomb went off in the early evenning in mainly Shia town of Khalis about 80 kilometers north of Bagdad. The car containing the explosives has been parked in front of a cafe in the busy street market. It was designated at a time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shia areas have been the feature of the recent violence, appreantly aimed to provoking a sectarial reaction against Sunnis.

The Education board in the U.S. state of Texas has due to vote on proposed changes to the school's curriculum which critics say would politicise teaching. Religious republicans on the board have been accused of trying to force the write their views into the text books. But they said that they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias.

The Texas Education Board has become the latest battleground in the ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives. The proposal is being debated, including teaching that the UN could be a threat to American freedom, and that the Founding Fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and the civil right movement that covered. The Board's decision won't just affect how nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught, they also set a template for text books that could be used across entire United States.

The U.S secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of South Korean warship. Earlier, she said, the evidence that the ship had been struck by North Korea torpedo was overwhelming and scientific, and the action against North Korea of UN would require China's backing.

The Obama Administration has defended itself against accusation that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain this spill.

We have taken every steps, we have push relentlessly BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both the environmental and economic impact of what is President said today is unquestionable disaster.

Moroccan has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity.

Moroccan consitution defends freedom of worship for non-muslim citizens, but attempting to convert muslim to other faith is against the law. Ahmed Toufiq, the Moroccan minister for Islamic affairs told Reuters news agency that expel foreigners had been undermining public order. He said some hide their proselytism and religious activism under the guise of other activities.

Prosecutors at a trial in France arising from the crash of an Air France Concorde in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development programme Henri Perrier. Mr Perrier has said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leaders of Olympic and World Anti-doping Organizations have challanged American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to backup his claim that 7-time winner of Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance-enhancing drugs. The president of International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.
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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2010-05-22

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European Union finiance ministers have accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debts. at a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current finicial crisis cause by large state debts on falling confidence in the Euro, the ministers agree to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control.from Brussel .
Europe finiance ministers have found indicated how would they tried to avoid the debt crisis the Greece is dried the much of the continent into.amongs other messures, the ministers would created a crisis maqunisim designed to deal with another EU country, they finds it's unable to pay its debts.stronger economic governers in esseioncial country are honest about their budget numbers.in presenting results in this first top meeting,the president to the European council Hameron Rounpoy emphasizes that although the crisis had only just began, there was a strong will to improve the management of the European economy.
a car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in a town North of the Balgedad,a police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack, Jun Rill reports from Balgeda.
the bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly CI town of Hollys,about 80 KM north of Balgedad,the car containing this expolits have been pumped and found in a cafe in a busy street market.it was desnatied at a time when the area was short be crowded with people, taking the advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. such induscrinated attack against CI areas had been the feature of the recent violence, a poundly aimed provoking secretary reaction against Sunis.
the education board in the US state of Texas is due to voyge on propose on change the school's curriculum, which critics says will politisize teaching.religious repulic which on the board have been accused of tring to force their right wing views into textbooks, but they say they are tring to correctning the systing lebral buyers. James Read reports.
the Texas education board had become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between Lebral and Conservatives. the proposals being debated, include teaching the UN can be threat to the american freedom. and founding fathers may not have been intended a compeletly sepetation of church in state.they could also revives the way slavery and civil rights movement that covered.the boss decisions won't just affect nearly 5 million students in Texas as taught, they also set the tempac for textbooks they could been used across entire US.
the US secretary of state Hilary Cliton has arrived in China where she expected tried to persuade the government to take more cricticular reproach to North Korea for the sinking of South Korea and Warship.earlier she said the evidence that the ship had been struck by a North Korea in Torpido with overwholming and scientific.and the action against the North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.
world news from BBC.
the Obama's administration is defended itself against occustation that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the gulf of Mexico.at a news conference, Pre Obama's spokesman Rob Gits said they had applied the upmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain this spill.
we have taken every step, we have pushed relectlesly for BP to do what's necessary to contain what's leaking, to deal with both enviromental and economic impacts of what is the Pre say today is unquestionably a diaster.
Morocow has defended its decision to expell the mumber of Westerners over the past few months. the government accused those tring to convert Musilin to Chrisanity.a religious affair correspondent Chrisph Landow reports.
the Morocow constitution defends the freedom of the warship for non Musilin citizens, but it attempting to convert Musilins to other faiths is against the law. Apmen Tofeak, the Morocow Minister of Ismac affairs told the Royties News Agency that the expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. he said the sum hedge that posilitisim religious activism under the guides of other activities.
prosecuters of the trail in France arising from the crash of the Air France's conquot did in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspendid prision term for the former head of the plane's development program Orian Pariam, Mr Pariam said, he will not accecpt being held responsible.
the leader of the Olymic and World anti dirping organization have challenged the amercan's cyclist Foyiss Landers to produce hard evidence to back up his claims of the 7 times winner of Turt France Lance Amstrong to performance in Hanxin drugs. the president of the International Olympic Commitee Jeogerge Lorha said Landerce couldn't conderm Amstrong without proof.

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The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiite town of Khalis, about 80 kilometres north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shiite areas have been a feature of the recent violence apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reaction against Sunnis.
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The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiite town of Khalis, about 80 kilometres north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a c ...
deppth 发表于 2010-5-25 13:52
感谢斑斑追听纠错
不过Shia town of Khalis和Shia area好像是对的哈~~~在BBC的网站上,用Shia areas搜索,约有135条结果吻合,而用Shiite areas 搜索,有3条结果吻合。。。所以,前者更常用哈!至少在BBC的世界好像是滴~~~^_^
斑斑还可以继续跟帖讨论哈。。。不吝赐教





丢死人了 你们快忽略我。。。我刚在图书馆,发现我改错了!!还颇自以为是的改错了!!! 于是我奔回来想静悄悄的删掉帖子,嗷嗷嗷 顶锅盖逃。。。。我错了我错了 快bs我  我以后每天都会认真听bbc~~。。。。

Never hesitate 'cuz time is short.
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这两个词并没多大区别,除了读音。
Shia/ʃíːa/
Shiite /ʃíːait/
人間の優劣は、他者との比較で決めるものではなく、自分自身の中で決定されるもの。

这两个词并没多大区别,除了读音。
Shia/ʃíːa/
Shiite /ʃíːait/
ljdsoft 发表于 2010-5-25 15:06
这个俺也专门查过
Shiah什叶派
shiite什叶派教徒
知足不辱,知止不殆,可以长久~~
I expect nothing, I fear nothing, I'm free~~
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。。。。。。。。。一激动键都按错了 引用点成编辑了 我就这个意思 昂昂昂 忽略我 大大我以后不敢了。最后说一句 你的整理稿真是无暇昂!!高山仰止!!!


------------------------------复过来吧 别看漏了 羞涩的顶锅盖逃

丢死人了 你们快忽略我。。。我刚在图书馆,发现我改错了!!还颇自以为是的改错了!!! 于是我奔回来想静悄悄的删掉帖子,嗷嗷嗷 顶锅盖逃。。。。我错了我错了 快bs我  我以后每天都会认真听bbc~~。。。。
Self-knowledge is like a lost innocence, however unsettling u find it, it can never be unthought or unknown.
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语
。。。。。。。。。一激动键都按错了 引用点成编辑了 我就这个意思 昂昂昂 忽略我 大大我以后不敢了。最后说一句 你的整理稿真是无暇昂!!高山仰止!!!
deppth 发表于 2010-5-25 20:18
deppth斑斑,你折杀我了。。。 。。。自杀的心都有了~~~
这是整理稿,不是标准稿,怎会无瑕疵吖。。。刚才就被同学翻出来一篇有硬伤吖,惭愧不已!
来普特就是为了相互学习的吖! (例如:楼上主板和同学的解释,就让人受益匪浅啊!)
所以非常需要像斑斑这样的,有实力又热心的同学,常常提携、指错~~~
再次感谢斑斑!!!^_^

Never hesitate 'cuz time is short.
On 整理稿

BBC News with Iain Purdon.

European Union finance ministers have accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the euro, the ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels, here is Ben Shore.

Europe's finance ministers have finally indicated how they will try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece has dragged much of the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers will create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country that finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of his first task force meeting, the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasized that although the process had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in a town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. Jim Muir reports from Baghdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shia town of Khalis, about 80 kilometres north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shia areas have been a feature of the recent violence apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reaction against Sunnis.

The education board in the US state of Texas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board had been accused of trying to force their right-wing views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct an existing liberal bias. James Read reports.

The Texas Education Board has become the latest battleground in the ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives. The proposals being debated include teaching that the United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that the Founding Fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and the civil rights movement that covered. The board's decisions won't just affect how nearly five million students in Texas are taught, they'll also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she is expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier, she said the evidence that the ship had been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. Any action against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC.

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.

"We have taken every step. We have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both the environmental and the economic impacts of what, as the president said today, is unquestionably a disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Christopher Landau reports.

The Moroccan constitution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens, but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahmed Toufiq, the Moroccan Minister for Islamic Affairs, told the Reuters news agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their proselytism and religious activism under the guise of other activities.

Prosecutors at a trial in France arising from the crash of an Air France Concorde in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development programme Henri Perrier. Mr Perrier has said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and World Anti-Doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the seven-time winner of Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance-enhancing drugs. The President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.

BBC News.
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