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【整理】VOA 2008-02-16 【整理人】奥斯卡尔查尔

 

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

Former United Nation's chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's feuding political parties aimed at ending the country's post-election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement into the cabinet.

 

Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency will begin today and will last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain order and guarantee stability in the country.

 

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured Congress to renew an expiring domestic surveillance program. But the White House said today the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip.

 

In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans have been in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. "According to new data, malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path, an extraordinary achievement is within reach—Africa can turn a disease that has taken its children for centuries into a thing of the past." Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

 

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed six students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb and openly, randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people, 3 of them instantly(died), and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student describes what he saw.
                                          
"The guy came out of the right side of emergency exit and then he came and shot. He shot right across from the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher was on the stage, he went to the ground to try to get away from the bullets, everybody turned around to start stampeding out."

 

US news agencies are reporting that a sixth person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

 

The United States Defense Department says it's planning to shoot down a defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the Earth in early March, because of potential danger to human beings from its unburned rocket fuel. VOA Correspondent Cindy Saine reports from Washington.
                                  
Deputy National Security Adviser James Jeffries told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. "There was enough of a risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life." He said satellites and other space objects have been crashing to Earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine, which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it. Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because of the controversy sparked when China shot down one of its defunct weather satellites last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Saine, VOA News, Washington.
                                                       
Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Nimruz Province said today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

 

Thousands of protesters have gathered in the financial district to the Philippine capital Manila to demand the resignation of President Gloria Arroyo for alleged corruption. Security was tight around the Makati district as around an estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations that Mrs. Arroyo's husband and the country's former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

 

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.

 

Vocabulary

 

stampede: cause a group or mass of people to act on an impulse or hurriedly and impulsively. v,(人群的)蜂拥
kickback: a commercial bribe paid by a seller to a purchasing agent in order to induce the agent to enter into the transaction. 回扣

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10:52 From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Fransis Alenzil.
Former United Nations chief Kofi is said to review detailed of an agreement between Kenya's fielding political parties aimed at ending the country's post election Turmol. Mr. Annan planns to address reporters today a day after negotiators for Muwai Kibaki and opposition Riala Odingar signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Arnch democratic movement into the cabinet.
Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Itris Debi said the emergency will began today and will last for 15 days. He said exeptional measures are necessary to maintain the order and guarrantte stability in the country.
President Bush will leave Washington today to began a give nation tour of Africa on Thursday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured congress to renew an expiring domestic civilian's program. But the White House said today the president and Mr. Bush will leave Washington later in the afternoon and arrive in Berlin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Berlin, Tanzanlia, Ruwonda, Gana, and Nyburia during his week long trip.
In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassion at Americans has been and providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. According the new get Maralia race are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path and extraordinary achievement is within reach. Africa contain a disease as it taken its children for centuries and to a thing at the past. Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV AIDS apedemic in Africa.
A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed 6 students on Thursday at a university near Shicago, Innannoy. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at northern Innanoy university in the city of Decowben openly. randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people three of them incidently. and wounded 16 others before killing himself. The student describes what he saw.
The guy came on the right side emergency exit and lonely came into he shot off, shot right cross to middle or the other toim. everybody the teacher or some states who went to the grounds, start to give away from the boards, everybody turn around to start stand feeling.
US news agencies are reporting that a sixed person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.
The United States defense department says it's planing to shoot down the defunked US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the earth in early march because a potential danger to human beings. permits underburned brarked fuel. VOA correspondent Cindy Sain reports from Washington.
Deputy national security advisor James Jeferies told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by president Bush to reduce the danger to humans. It was enough of risk for the president to be quiet concerned about human life. He says satellites and other space objects have incrashing to earth for the past 30 years and noone has has ever been injured. He said what is different about the small bus sides satellite is at still contains a full tank of the toxit rocket fuel hidrazin which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it.
Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because the controversial sparked when China shot down one of its difuncted wheather satellites last year drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Sain, VOA news, Washington.
Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Linma's province said today the attack occured late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.
Thousands of protestors have gathered in the financial district to the Philipion capital Manila to demand the resignation of president Gloya Aroyil for alleged corruption. Security was tight around them at Carty district at the around and estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations at Mr. Roils husband and the countries former election chief except bribes and kickbacks.
More details at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil, VOA news. 11:17
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details about an agreement between Kenya's feuding political parties aimed at ending the country's post-election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Orange democratic movement into the cabinet.

Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nation wide state of emergency after a rival attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency would begin today and would last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain an order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday, Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured Congress to renew an expiring domestic surveillance program. But the White House said today the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip. In a speech on Thursday, Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans have been in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. "According to new data, malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path, an extraordinary achievement is within reach, Africa can turn a disease that has taken its children for centuries into a thing of the past." Mr. Bush has proposed spending $30 billion over five years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed six students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb and openly, randomly opened fire. He killed five people, three of them instantly, and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student describes what he saw. "The guy came on the right side of emergency exit and lonely came into, he shot, shot right cross from the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher of some states who went to the ground, start to give away from the boards, everybody turn around to start …." (这个这个。。。,期待高手来听一下。)US news agencies are reporting that the 6 person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The United States Defense Department says it's planning to shoot down a defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the Earth in early March because of the potential danger to human beings from its unburned rocket fuel. VOA Correspondent Cindy Saine reports from Washington.

Deputy National Security Adviser James Jeffries told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. "There was enough of a risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life." He said satellites and other space objects have been crashing to Earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine, which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it. Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because of the controversy sparked when China shot down one of its defunct weather satellites last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Saine, VOA News, Washington.

Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country, killing four police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Nimruz Province said today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

Thousands of protesters have gathered in the financial district of the Philippine capital of Manila to demand the resignation of President Gloria Arroyo for alleged corruption. Security was tight around the Makati district as around an estimated 10,000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations that Mrs. Arroyo's husband and the country's former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News center in Washington, I am I'm Frances Alonzo.

Former United Nation's chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's building political parties and ending the country's post election poll turmoil.
Mr. Annan plans to address the reporters today, a day after negotiators for president Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks said that the sides agree to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition armchair democratic movement into the cabinet.

Chad's president meanwhile as declares a nationwide emergency after a rebel attack on the capital early this month.
President <>said the emergency will begin today and last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washing to today to begin a 5 Nations tour of Africa, on Thursday Mr.Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured the congress to renew an expiring domestic civilians program. But the White House said today that President Mr.Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Bali on Saturday. Mr.Bush 's schedule to make stops at the Bali, Tanzania,Rwanda,Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip.

In a speech on Thursday, Mr.Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans of them in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases.

"According to new data, malaria race is dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa, we stand on this planet, and an extraordinary achievement is within reach, Africa can turn the disease as taking its shoulders for centuries into a thing of the past. "

Mr.Bush has proposed suspending 30 million dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV disease academic in the Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed 6 student on Thursday at the University in Chicago, near the University of Illinois, the shooter waled into a crowded lecture hall of the Northern Illinois University and the city of the Decoben and randomly opened fire, he killed 5 people,three of them instantly and wounded 6 others before killing himself. This student, described what he saw.

"The guy came out of the right side of the emergency exist, lonely he came he shot from the corner right of the middle, from the auditorium,everybody, the teacher was on the stage, he went to the ground and gave a way from the bullet, everyone turned around and start to screaming out"

US News Agency are reporting that 6 person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The US defense apartment says it is planning to shoot down a defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the Earth in early March. Because its potential danger to human beings from its unburned rocket fuels. VOA corespondent Cindy reports from Washington.

"Deputy National Security Adviser Jeffry told the reporters at the Pentagon that the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the dangers to humans"
"There were lot of risks for the president to be quite concern about human life"
He said the satellite and other space objects haven't crashed into the Earth in the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured.
He said what is different about this small b?satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuels h??which could cause harm to someone who came into close and any extended contact with it.
Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue, because the controversial spark when China shot down its defunct weather satellite last year drawing criticisms from the United States and other countries.
Cindy ? VOA news Washington.

Afghani official says suspected Taliban's militants ambushed the Police patrol in the Western part of the country failing two police officers and wounded two others, Officials in Province? said the the attack late Thursday and they also say two police officers are missing.

Thousand's of protesters have gathered in the financial district to the ??demand of the resignation of President Glory alleged for a royal corruption. Security is tight around the?? district as estimated 10 thousand people turned out today's ralley and kicks back.

More details at VOANEWS.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.



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From the VOA news center in Washington, I am France Alonzo.

Former United Nations Chief Kofi Annan is said to review details of an agreement between Kenya's fielding political parties aimed at ending the country's post election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources is closed to the talk say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Arnch democratic movement into the cabinet.

Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Itris Debi said the emergency will begin today and will last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain the order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured congress to renew an expiring domestic civilian's program. But the White House said today that president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington later in the afternoon and arrive in Berlin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Berlin, Tanzanlia, Ruwonda, Gana, and Nyburia during his week-long trip.

In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans have been and providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. 'According the new deadly malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path and extraordinary achievement is within reach. 'Africa can turn a disease as it has taken its children for centuries into a thing at the past. Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed 6 students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Innannoy. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at northern Innanoy university in the city of Decowben and randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people, three of them incidentally, and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student described what he saw.

The guy came out of the right side of emergency exit and the moment he came in he shot off, shot / right cross from the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher ordered some states, he went to the grounds, starting to give away from the bullets. Everybody turned around to start standing feeling/

US news agencies are reporting that a six person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The United States Defense Department says it's planning to shoot down the defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the earth in early march, because a potential danger to human beings permits under-burned brarked fuel. VOA correspondent Cindy Sain reports from Washington.

Deputy National Security advisor James Jeferies told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. It was enough of risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life. He says satellites and other space objects have been crashing to earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sites satellite is it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it.

Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because the controversy sparked when China shot down one of its defunct weather satellites last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Sain, VOA news, Washington.

Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrolled in the western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Linma's province say today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.
Thousands of protestors have gathered in the financial district to the Philippine capital Manila to demand the resignation of president Gloya Aroyil for alleged corruption. Security was tight around them at Carty district at the around and estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations that Mr. Roils husband and the countries former election chief accept bribes and kickbacks.

More details at voanews. com. I am France Alonzo, VOA news.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's feuding political parties aimed at ending the country's post-election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources closed to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Orange democratic movement into the cabinet.

Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency would begin today and would last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain an order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured Congress to renew an expiring domestic surveillance program. But the White House said today the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip.

In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans have been in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. "According to new data, malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path, an extraordinary achievement is within reach, Africa can turn a disease that has taken its children for centuries into a thing of the past. " Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed six students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb and openly, randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people, three of them instantly, and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student describes what he saw. "The guy came out of the right side of emergency exit and lonely came into, he shot, shot right cross from the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher of some states who went to the ground, start to give away from the bullets. Everybody turned around to start standing feeling." US news agencies are reporting that the 6 person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The United States Defense Department says it's planning to shoot down a defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the Earth in early March because of the potential danger to human beings from its unburned rocket fuel. VOA Correspondent Cindy Saine reports from Washington.

Deputy National Security Adviser James Jeffries told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. "There was enough of a risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life. " He said satellites and other space objects have been crashing to Earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine, which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it. Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because of the controversy sparked when China shot down one of its defunct weather satellites last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Saine, VOA News, Washington.

Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Nimruz Province said today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

Thousands of protesters have gathered in the financial district of the Philippine capital of Manila to demand the resignation of President Gloria Arroyo for alleged corruption. Security was tight around the Makati district as around an estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations that Mrs. Arroyo's husband and the country's former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

More details at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Former United Nation's chief Kofi Annan is sent to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's feuding political parties aimed at ending the country's post-election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources closed to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Orange democratic movement into the cabinet.

Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency would begin today and would last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain an order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured Congress to renew an expiring domestic surveillance program. But the White House said today the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip.

In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans have been in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. "According to new data, malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path, an extraordinary achievement is within reach, Africa can turn a disease that has taken its children for centuries into a thing of the past. " Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed six students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb and openly, randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people, three of them instantly, and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student describes what he saw. "The guy came out of the right side of emergency exit and lonely came into, he shot, shot conceal right across to the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher of some states. He went to the ground, start to give away from the bullets. Everybody turned around to start standing feeling." US news agencies are reporting that the 6 person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The United States Defense Department says it's planning to shoot down a defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the Earth in early March because of the potential danger to human beings from its underburned rocket fuel. VOA Correspondent Cindy Saine reports from Washington.

Deputy National Security Adviser James Jeffries told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. "There was enough of a risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life. " He said satellites and other space objects have been crashing to Earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine, which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it. Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because of the controversy sparked when China shot down one of its defunct weather satellites last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Saine, VOA News, Washington.

Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Nimruz Province said today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

Thousands of protesters have gathered in the financial district of the Philippine capital / Manila to demand the resignation of President Gloria Arroyo for alleged corruption. Security was tight around the Makati district as around an estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations that Mrs. Arroyo's husband and the country's former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

More details at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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Former United Nations’ chief Coffee Alan has sent to review details with agreement between Canyania’s building politic parties that ending the countries post election turmoil. Mr Alan plans to address his support today, a day after negotiators for president Vakibake and opposition leader Rela Odinge signed the agreement. Souces closed the talk said the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and brings members of the opposition lunch the required movement in the cabinet.
Chilepresident meanwhile as a declared the nationwide states an emergency after a rival attack on the capital earlier this month. President Echu Dshibe said the emergency will begin today and will last for fifteen days. He said the exception measure unnecessary to maintain order in guarantee’s ability in the country.
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From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Frances Alonzo.

Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's feuding political parties aimed at ending the country's post election turmoil. Mr. Annan planns to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Arnch?? democratic movement into the cabinet.

Chad's President meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Itris Debi said the emergency will began today and will last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain the order and guarrantte stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to began a five-nation tour of Africa on Thursday. Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured congress to renew an expiring domestic civilian's program. But the White House said today the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington later in the afternoon and arrive in Berlin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Berlin, Tanzanlia, Ruwonda, Gana, and Nyburia during his week long trip.

In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassion that Americans has been and providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases.

"According the new get Maralia race are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path and extraordinary achievement is within reach. Africa contain a disease as it taken its children for centuries and to a thing at the past." Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed 6 students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb (openly口误?) and randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people,three of them instantly, and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student describes what he saw.

"The guy came out of the right side of emergency exit and lonely came into, he shot, shot right cross from the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher was on the stage, he went to the ground, start to give away from the bullets. Everybody turned around to start screaming out."

US news agencies are reporting that a six person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The United States Defense Dpartment says it's planing to shoot down the defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the earth in early march because a potential danger to human beings, from its underburned rocket fuel. VOA correspondent Cindy Sain reports from Washington.

Deputy national security advisor, James Jefferies, told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. "It was enough of risk for the president to be quiet concerned about human life." He says satellites and other space objects have been crashing into earth for the past 30 years and no one has has ever been injured. He said what is different about the small bus-size satellite is at still contains a full tank of the toxit rocket fuel hydrazine which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it.

Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because the controversial sparked when China shot down one of its defunct wheather satellites last year drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Sain, VOA news, Washington.

Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Linma's province said today the attack occured late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

Thousands of protestors have gathered in the financial district to the Philippine capital of Manila to demand the resignation of president Gloya Aroyil for alleged corruption. Security was tight around them at Carty district and around the estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations at Mrs. Arroyo's husband and the countries former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

More details at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

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From VOA News Center in Washington, I’m France Alonzo.

Former United Nation’s Chief Kofi Annan is sent to reveal the details of agreement between Kenya’s feuding political parties aimed at ending the country’s post election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address to reporters today, a day after negotiators for President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources closed to the talk said the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition orange democratic movement into the cabinet.

Chad’s president meanwhile has declared nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency would begin today and would last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday Mr. Bush said that he might delay his departure as he pressured congress to renew an expiring domestic surveillance program. But the White House said today President and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip. In his speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate America has been in proving money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. According to new data, malaria (疟疾) rate dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa, we stay on this path, an extraordinary achievement is within reach. Africa can turn a disease that has taken its children for centuries into a thing of the past. Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over five years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed 6 students on Thursday at the University near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb and openly, randomly opened fire, he killed 5 people, 3 of them instantly and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student described what he saw,” The guy came at the right side of emergency exit and lonely came into , he shot conceal right across to the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher of some states. He went to the ground, start to give away from the bullets. Everybody turned around to start standing fearing” US news agencies are reporting that 6 persons later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The United States Defensive Department says it is planning to shoot down a defunct(废止的) US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the earth in early March because of potential danger to human beings from its unburned rocket fuel. VOA correspondent Cindy Saine reports from Washington.

Deputy National Security advisor James Jeffries told the reporters at the Pentagon that the decision to intercept broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. There is enough of a risk for the President to be quite concerned about Human Life. He said satellites and other space objects have been crashing into earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about the small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extend contact with it. Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because of a controversy sparked when China shot down its defunct weather satellite last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Saine VOA news, Washington.

Afghan official says suspected Taliban militants ambushed police patrol in Western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding 2 others. Official in Nimruz Province says today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

Thousands of protesters are gathered in financial district of Philippine capital Manila to demand resignation of President Gloria Arroyo for alleged corruption. Security was tied around the Makati district as around an estimated 10 thousand people turned out for today’s alley. The demonstration was sparked by allegation that Mrs. Arroyo’s husband and the country’s former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks(回扣).

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From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Frances Alonzo.

Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's political parties aimed at ending the country's post-election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after the negotiators for president Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and bring members of the opposition Orange Demacratic Movement into the cabinet.

Chad's president, meanwhile, has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency will begin today and will last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five nation tour of African. On Thurday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured the congress to review a expiring demestic surveillance program. But the White House said tody the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his weeklong trip. In a speech on Thursday, Mr.Bush said his trip showed how compassionate Americans have been in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. " According to new data, Malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path and an extrordinary achievement is within reach. And we can turn this disease that have taken these children for centuries into a thing of the past. " Mr. Bush has proposed 13 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed 6 students on Thurday at university near Chicago, Illinoise. The shooter walked to a crowded lecture hall at northern Illinoise university in the city of Deca and randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people, 3 of them instantly and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student described what he saw: "The guy came out the aisle ". US news agencies are reporting that a 6th person late died from injuries sustaind that attack.

The United States defense department says it is planning to shoot down a defunct US-fired satellite before it is expected to hit the earth in early March because of its potential danger to human being from its unburned rocket fuel. VOA correspondent S S reports from Washington.

Deputy National Security Advisor James J told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by president Bush to reduce danger to humans." There is enough of risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life." He said satellites and other space objects have crashed to earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rock fuel hydrazine which could cause harm to someone who came into a close and instant contact with it. Taking down the satellites is a sensitive issue because of the controversy sparked when China shot down its defunct satellites last year, drawing critism from the United States and other countries. S S, VOA news, Washington.

Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding 2 others. Officials in Ni province said today the attack occurred late Thurday. They also say two police officers are missing.

Thousands of protesters have gathered in the finacial district of the Philippines capital, Manila to demand the resignation of president R G for alleged corruption. Security was tight around Ma district where an estimated 10000 people turned out for today's rally. Demonstration was sparked by an allegation that Mz. R's husband as the country's former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

More details at voanews.com. I am France Alonzo, VOA news.


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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Former United Nation's chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's feuding political parties aimed at ending the country's post-election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement into the cabinet.

Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency will begin today and will last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain / order and guarantee stability in the country.

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured Congress to renew an expiring domestic surveillance program. But the White House said today the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip.

In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans have been in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. "According to new data, malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path, an extraordinary achievement is within reach--Africa can turn a disease that has taken its children for centuries into a thing of the past. " Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed six students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb and openly, randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people, three of them instantly, and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student describes what he saw. "The guy came out of the right side of emergency exit and lonely came into, he shot, shot conceal right across from the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher of some states. He went to the ground, start to give away from the bullets. Everybody turned around to start standing feeling(额~谁来听下这段额~)." U.S. news agencies are reporting that a sixth person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

The United States Defense Department says it's planning to shoot down a defunct U.S. spy satellite before it is expected to hit the Earth in early March because of / potential danger to human beings from its unburned rocket fuel. VOA Correspondent Cindy Saine reports from Washington.

Deputy National Security Advisor James Jeffries told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken U.S. spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. "There was enough of a risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life. " He said satellites and other space objects have been crashing to Earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine, which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it. Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because of the controversy sparked when China shot down one of its defunct weather satellites last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Saine, VOA News, Washington.

Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Nimruz Province said today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

Thousands of protesters have gathered in the financial district to the Philippine capital Manila to demand the resignation of President Gloria Arroyo for alleged corruption. Security was tight around the Makati district as around an estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations that Mrs. Arroyo's husband and the country's former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

More details at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

Former United Nation's chief Kofi Annan is said to reveal details of an agreement between Kenya's feuding political parties aimed at ending the country's post-election turmoil. Mr. Annan plans to address reporters today, a day after negotiators for President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga signed the agreement. Sources close to the talks say the sides have agreed to rewrite the constitution and to bring members of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement into the cabinet.

 

Chad's president meanwhile has declared a nationwide state of emergency after a rebel attack on the capital earlier this month. President Idriss Deby said the emergency will begin today and will last for 15 days. He said exceptional measures are necessary to maintain order and guarantee stability in the country.

 

President Bush will leave Washington today to begin a five-nation tour of Africa. On Thursday Mr. Bush said he might delay his departure as he pressured Congress to renew an expiring domestic surveillance program. But the White House said today the president and Mrs. Bush will leave Washington late in the afternoon and arrive in Benin on Saturday. Mr. Bush is scheduled to make stops in Benin, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana and Liberia during his week-long trip.

 

In a speech on Thursday Mr. Bush said his trip will show how compassionate Americans have been in providing money to fight AIDS and other deadly diseases. "According to new data, malaria rates are dropping dramatically in many parts of Africa. We stay on this path, an extraordinary achievement is within reach—Africa can turn a disease that has taken its children for centuries into a thing of the past." Mr. Bush has proposed spending 30 billion dollars over 5 years to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa.

 

A former student has been identified as the gunman who killed six students on Thursday at a university near Chicago, Illinois. The shooter walked into a crowded lecture hall at Northern Illinois University in the city of DeKalb and openly, randomly opened fire. He killed 5 people, 3 of them instantly(died), and wounded 16 others before killing himself. This student describes what he saw.
                                          
"The guy came out of the right side of emergency exit and then he came and shot. He shot right across from the middle of the auditorium. Everybody, the teacher was on the stage, he went to the ground to try to get away from the bullets, everybody turned around to start stampeding out."

 

US news agencies are reporting that a sixth person later died from injuries sustained in that attack.

 

The United States Defense Department says it's planning to shoot down a defunct US spy satellite before it is expected to hit the Earth in early March, because of potential danger to human beings from its unburned rocket fuel. VOA Correspondent Cindy Saine reports from Washington.
                                  
Deputy National Security Adviser James Jeffries told reporters at the Pentagon the decision to intercept the broken US spy satellite was made by President Bush to reduce the danger to humans. "There was enough of a risk for the president to be quite concerned about human life." He said satellites and other space objects have been crashing to Earth for the past 30 years and no one has ever been injured. He said what is different about this small bus-sized satellite is that it still contains a full tank of the toxic rocket fuel hydrazine, which could cause harm to someone who came into close and extended contact with it. Taking down the satellite is a sensitive issue because of the controversy sparked when China shot down one of its defunct weather satellites last year, drawing criticism from the United States and other countries. Cindy Saine, VOA News, Washington.
                                                       
Afghan officials say suspected Taliban militants ambushed the police patrol in the western part of the country, killing 4 police officers and wounding two others. Officials in Nimruz Province said today the attack occurred late Thursday. They also say two police officers are missing.

 

Thousands of protesters have gathered in the financial district to the Philippine capital Manila to demand the resignation of President Gloria Arroyo for alleged corruption. Security was tight around the Makati district as around an estimated 10, 000 people turned out for today's rally. The demonstration was sparked by allegations that Mrs. Arroyo's husband and the country's former election chief accepted bribes and kickbacks.

 

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.

 

stampede: cause a group or mass of people to act on an impulse or hurriedly and impulsively. v,(人群的)蜂拥
kickback: a commercial bribe paid by a seller to a purchasing agent in order to induce the agent to enter into the transaction. 回扣。

 

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Patient in tribulation.  

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