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I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

US defense officials say a missile launched from a Navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the Earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3:30 Universal Time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed a health hazard.

 

China, meanwhile, which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year, says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Stephanie Ho has a report from Beijing.

 

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the effect the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm it could cause to other countries. The newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party - the People's Daily took a harsh review Thursday of the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries' space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were some differences in the two situations. Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space, where the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward earth. The US Defense Department said the satellite had a tank full of toxic fuel called hydrazine, which could have harmed humans if it had fallen to earth intact. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today's meeting between Asif Ali Zardari, the leader of the Pakistan People's Party and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, head of the Pakistan Muslim League-N Party, took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protestors fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including in Islamabad, where deposed Chief Justice, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, called for the immediate restoration of the judiciary. Mr. Sharif briefly joined a crowd of protestors outside Chaudhry's home, where he called President Pervez Musharraf's rule illegal.

 

Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president-elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Kurt Achin has a report from Seoul.

 

Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraudulent financial practices. On Friday, independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once and for all. Chung Ho-young, spokesman for the special counsel, told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusations during December's presidential election campaign. They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with a US financial services company called BBK. Lee, who was scheduled to be sworn in as president Monday, has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK. Chung Says investigators agree. He says the independent counsel has concluded the president-elect has no involvement in BBK. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called "a terrible period". Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital Monrovia. It is the last stop on his five-nation tour of Africa. "I do want to thank the people of Liberia for the warm welcome we have received. I loved all the smiles and the enthusiasm along the route." Mr. Bush is meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf before returning to Washington late in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Liberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of the next school year.

 

Taking a brief look at stock activities on Wall Street at this hour, US stock indexes are higher. East Asia-Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close of trade today.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.


Vocabulary

 

derelict: worn and broken down by hard use.废弃的
hydrazine: a powerful reducing agent; used chiefly in rocket fuels. n.
,联氨
hypocrisy: insincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have. n.
伪善
debris: the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up. n.
碎片,残骇
judiciary: the system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of government. n.
司法部,司法制度
close the books: vt.
结帐(断绝关系)
once and for all: in a conclusive way. ad.
彻底地(一劳永逸地)

 

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I'm Dave Deforce from the VOA news center in Washington.
US Defense officials say a missile lauched from a navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3:30 Universal Time Thursday.It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented.US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth,the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrogene could have posed to health hazard.
China,meanwhile,which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite.VOA's Stephene Hole has report from Beijing.The Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation.He says China is closely monitoring the fact the US move may have unsafety in outer space and possible harm it could cause to other countries.The newspaper of Chinese ruling Communist party the People's Daily took harsher view Thursday at the US action,accusing Washington of / in criticising other countries' space ambitions.When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago,the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous.There were scene differences in the two situations.Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space while the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites.The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward earth.The US defence department said the satellite had tank full of toxic fuel called hydrogene which could have harmed humans if it had fallen to earth and attacked.Stephene Hole,VOA news,Beijing.
The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital of Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government.Today's meeting between Asif Ali Zadawi,the leader of Pakistan People's party and former prime minister Nawaz Sharrif,head of Pakistan Muslim league end party took place as lawyers demanded reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year.Hundreds of protestors fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including Islamabad where deposed chief justice Iftica Muhamad Chaundry called for immediate restoration of judiciary.Mr.Sharrif briefly joined the crowd of protestors outside Chaundry's home where he called President Pervez Mussarraf's rule illegal.
Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations.VOA's Croation has report from Seoul.Korean president elect Lee Ill Bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraud / financial practices.On Friday independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once in for all./ ,spokesman for the special council,told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation.Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusitions during december's presidential election campaign.They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with US finacial services company called BBK.Lee who was scheduled to be swarmed in as president monday has denied the charges,saying he had no connection to BBK./ says investigators agree.He says the independent council has concluded the president elect has no involvement in BBK.Croation,VOA news,Seoul.
President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called terrible period.Mr.Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital of /,the last stop on his five nation tour of Africa.I do want to thank the people in Liberia for the warm welcome we have recieved.I love to have all the smiles and enthusiasm along the crowd.Mr.Bush's meeting with Leberian president / before returning Washington late in the day.The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Leberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of next school year.
Taking a brief look at stock activities on Wall Street at this hour.US stock index are higher.East Asia Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close trade today.
I'm Dave Deforce,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com.


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I'm Dave Deforce from the VOA news center in Washington.
US Defense officials say a missile launched from a navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3:30 Universal Time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed to health hazard.
China, meanwhile, which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Stephene Hole has report from Beijing. The Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the fact the US move may have unsafety in outer space and possible harm it may cause to other countries. The newspaper of Chinese ruling Communist party the People's Daily took harsher view Thursday at the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries' space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were scene differences in the two situations. Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space while the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward the earth. The US Defense department said the satellite had tank full of toxic fuel called hydrazine which could have harmed humans if it had fallen to earth and attacked. Stephene Hole,VOA news,Beijing.
The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital of Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today’s meeting between Asif Ali Zadawi,the leader of Pakistan People's party and former prime minister Nawaz Sharrif, head of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz party took place as lawyers demanded reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protestors fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including Islamabad where deposed chief justice Iftica Muhammad Chaundry called for the immediate restoration of judiciary. Mr.Sharrif briefly joined the crowd of protestors outside Chaundry's home where he called President Pervez Mussarraf's rule illegal.
Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Croation has report from Seoul. Korean president elect Lee Ill Bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraudulent financial practices. On Friday independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once in for all. /,spokesman for the special council, told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusations during December’s presidential election campaign. They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with US financial services company called BBK. Lee who was scheduled to be swarmed in as president Monday has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK./ says investigators agree. He says the independent council has concluded the president elect has no involvement in BBK. Croation, VOA news, Seoul.
President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called terrible period. Mr.Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital of /,the last stop on his five nation tour of Africa. I do want to thank the people in Liberia for the warm welcome we have received. I love to have all the smiles and enthusiasm along the road. Mr.Bush's meeting with Liberian president / before returning Washington late in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Liberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of next school year.
Taking a brief look at stock activities on Wall Street at this hour, US stock index are higher. East Asia Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close trade today.
I'm Dave Deforce,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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US defense officials say a missile launched from a navy ship has hit a very low US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3:30 universal time Thursday. It says officials should have conformation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrogen could have posed health hazard.

China meanwhile which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year says it is monitoring the US distraction of the satellite. VOA’s Stephanie /has report from Beijing.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday’s apparently successfully US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the effect the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm it may cause to other countries. The Newspaper of China’s Ruling Communist Party—The People’s Daily took a harsh review Thursday at the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries’ space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There are some differences in the 2 situations. Debrief from the destroyed Chinese satellite remain in space, while the US and other governments have said it could have potentially damaged operating satellites. The US satellite that was just destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward earth. The US Defense Department said the satellite had it take full of toxic fuel called hydrogen which could have harmed humans if it bombs to earth intact. Stephanie /, VOA News, Beijing.

The leaders of Pakistan’s 2 main opposition parties are meeting in the capital Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. The day’s meeting between /, the leader of the Pakistan People’s Party and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at the Pakistan Muslim League and Party took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of the emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protesters fuck with police throughout Pakistan’s major cities today including in Islamabad where deposed chief justice if / called for the immediate restoration of judiciary. Mr. Sharif briefly joined the crowd of protesters outside /’s home, where he called President Pervez Musharraf’s rule illegal.

Independent investigators of clear South Korea’s president elect of / and stock manipulation obligations. VOA’s / has report from Seoul.
Korean president-elected / political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using / financial practices. On Friday, independent investigators close to / obligations once and for all. / spokesman for special council told the national / News Conference / was not involved in stock price manipulation./’s political rival tried hard to draw attention to the accusation during December’s presidential election campaign. They appointed /’s alleged involvement with US’s financial services company called BBK. /,who was scheduled to swore in president Monday has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK. / says investigators agree. He says the independent council has concluded the president-elect has no involvement in BBK. / ,VOA News, Seoul

President Bush says the United States wants to help / recover from what he called “a terrible period”. Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the / capital /. It’s the last stop on his 5-nation tour of Africa.
“I did want to thank the people of / for the warm welcome we’ve ever received and I loved all the smiles and enthusiasm all of them have”.
Mr. Bush is meeting with / president before returning to Washington late in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide / school children with 1 million text books by the start of the next school year.

Dating a brief look at stock activities on Wall Street at this hour, US stock indexes are higher. East Asia-Pacific’s stock markets were mostly higher of the close of the trade today.



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I'm Dave Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

US Defense officials say a missile launched from a Navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the Earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3: 30 Universal Time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed / health hazard. China, meanwhile, which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year, says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Stephanie Ho has report from Beijing.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the effect the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm it could cause to other countries. The newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party - the People's Daily took harsh of view Thursday of the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries' space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were some differences in the two situations. Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space, where the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward / earth. The US Defense Department said the satellite had a tank full of a toxic fuel called hydrazine, which could have harmed humans if it / fallen to earth intact. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital / Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today's meeting between Asif Ali Zardari, the leader of the Pakistan People's Party and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, head of Pakistan Muslim League-N Party, took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protestors fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including Islamabad, where deposed chief justice, Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry, called for the immediate restoration of the judiciary. Mr. Sharif briefly joined the crowd of protestors outside Chaudhry's home, where he called President Pervez Musharraf's rule illegal.

Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president-elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Kurt Achin has report from Seoul.

Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraudulent financial practices. On Friday, independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once and for all. Chung Ho-young, a spokesman for the special counsel, told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusations during December's presidential election campaign. They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with a US financial services company called BBK. Lee who was scheduled to be sworn in as president Monday has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK. Chung Says investigators agree. He says independent counsel has concluded the president-elect has no involvement in BBK. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called terrible period. Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital Monrovia. It is the last stop on his five-nation tour of Africa. "I do want to thank the people of Liberia for the warm welcome we have received. I loved all the smiles and the enthusiasm along the route. " Mr. Bush is meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf before returning to Washington later in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Liberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of the next school year.

Taking a brief look at stock activities. On Wall Street at this hour, US stock indexes are higher. East Asia Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close of trade today.

I'm Dave Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
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President bush said United states want to help Liberian recover form what he called terrible period. Mr bush made the comments after he and first lady larry bush land today in Liberian capital M , last stop on his five nations tour in Africa.Mr Bush is meeting with liberian president Allen Johnson before returing to Washington late in day.The US president expected to announce program to provide Liberian school children with one million textbooks by the start of next school year,Taking a break for look at stock activities on wall street this hour.US stocking that higher,east Assia pacific stock markets were most higher to close trade today.I am David D voa news.
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21:26 I am David Forest from the VOA news center in Washington.
US defense officials say a missile launched from a Navy ship has hit a derilik US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3:30 universal time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed a health hazard.
China meanwhile which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Defini Hole has a report from Beijing. The Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Liu Jianqiao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the fact the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm may cause to other countries. The newspaper of China's ruling communist party, The People's Daily took a hash review Thursday of the US section accusing Washington of aproxy and criticizing other country's space ambitions. When China tested an anti satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were some differences in the two situations. Debree from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space where the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward earth. The US defense department said the satellite had a tankful of toxic fuel called hydrazine which could have harmed humans if it fall into earth intact. Stefini Hole, VOA news, Beijing.
The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today's meeting between Aseef Alize Adary the leader of the Pakistan people's party and former prime minister Nawa Sharrif head of the Pakistan Muslim league M party took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judgers deposed during the imposition of the emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protectors fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including in Islamabad where deposed chief justice Ifdecamo Harmud Chargery called for the immediate restauration the Judiciary. Mr. Sharrif briefly joined a crowd of protestors outside Chargery's home but he called Pervez Musharraf's rule illegal.
Independent investigaters have cleared south Korea's president elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Kird Ation has report from Seoul. Korean president elect Imiang Box political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using frogulent financial practices on Friday independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once and for all.
Chenholyong spokesman for the special council told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. These political rivals tried hard to draw attention to be accusations during December's presidential election campaign. they pointed to lead alleged involvement with US financial services companies called BBK. Lee who was scheduled to be sworn in as president Monday has denied the charges saying he has not connection to BBK. Chong says investigators agree. He says the independent council has concluded the president elect has no involvement in BBK. Kird Action, VOA news, Seoul.
President Bush says the United States wants to help Niberian recover from what he called a terrible period. Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Lorra Bush landed today in the Niberian capital Monrovia. It's the last stop on his five nation tour of Africa. I do want to thank the people arrived there for the warm welcome we have received. I loved all the smiles and enthuseasm along the row. Mr. Bush is meeting with Lybirian president Allen Johnson Serleaf before returning to Washington late in the day. The US president is expected to annouce a program to provide Niberian school children for 1 million textbooks by the start of the next school year.
Taking a brief look at stock activities on Wall Street this hour. US stock indexes are higher, east Asia pacific stock markets were mostly higher the closer trade today. I am David Forest, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com. 21:55
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I’m Bed Fost from VOA news center inWashington. USdefense official say a missile launched from navy ship as hit a deadlyUSspy satellite more than200 kmfrom the earth. The pentagon says the missile successfully hit the target at about 3:30 universal time Thursday. It says officials sure the confirmation with a day after a fuel tank which was main cause concern with fact latent. US official say if the shuttle that crashed to earth, the450 kgtask fuel called hydrogen could pose to healthcare. China meanwhile which faced international criticism for destroyingone of this satellites in space last year says its monitoring US destruction of this satellite. VOA Daffrin Lore as report fromBeijing.
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US defense officials say a missile launched from a Navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the Earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3: 30 Universal Time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, the 450 kilograms of  toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed a health hazard.

 

China, meanwhile, which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year, says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Stephanie Ho has a report from Beijing.

 

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the effect the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm it could cause to other countries. The newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party - the People's Daily took a harsher / view Thursday of the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries' space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were some differences in the two situations. Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space, where the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward  earth. The US Defense Department said the satellite had a tank full of a toxic fuel called hydrazine, which could have harmed humans if it had fallen to earth intact. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today's meeting between Asif Ali Zardari, the leader of the Pakistan People's Party and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, head of Pakistan Muslim League-N Party, took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protesters fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including  Islamabad, where deposed Chief Justice, Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry, called for the immediate restoration of the judiciary. Mr. Sharif briefly joined the crowd of protestors outside Chaudhry's home, where he called President Pervez Musharraf's rule illegal.

 

Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president-elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Kurt Achin has a report from Seoul.

 

Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraudulent financial practices. On Friday, independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once and for all. Chung Ho-young, / spokesman for the special counsel, told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusations during December's presidential election campaign. They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with a US financial services company called BBK. Lee who was scheduled to be sworn in as president Monday has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK. Chung Says investigators agree. He says the independent counsel has concluded the president-elect has no involvement in BBK. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called "a terrible period". Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital Monrovia. It is the last stop on his five-nation tour of Africa. "I do want to thank the people of Liberia for the warm welcome we have received. I loved all the smiles and the enthusiasm along the route. " Mr. Bush is meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf before returning to Washington later in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Liberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of the next school year.

 

Take a brief look at stock activities. On Wall Street at this hour, US stock indexes are higher. East Asia Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close of trade today.

 

I'm Dave Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.

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Homework

 

I'm Dave Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

US defense officials say a missile launched from a Navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the Earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3: 30 Universal Time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed a health hazard.

China, meanwhile, which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year, says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Stephanie Ho has a report from Beijing.

 

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the effect the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm it could cause to other countries. The newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party - the People's Daily took a harsh of view Thursday of the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries' space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were some differences in the two situations. Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space, where the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward earth. The US Defense Department said the satellite had a tank full of a toxic fuel called hydrazine, which could have harmed humans if it had fallen to earth intact. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today's meeting between Asif Ali Zardari, the leader of the Pakistan People's Party and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, head of Pakistan Muslim League-N Party, took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protesters fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including Islamabad, where deposed Chief Justice, Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry, called for the immediate restoration of the judiciary. Mr. Sharif briefly joined the crowd of protestors outside Chaudhry's home, where he called President Pervez Musharraf's rule illegal.

 

Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president-elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Kurt Achin has a report from Seoul.

 

Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraudulent financial practices. On Friday, independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once and for all. Chung Ho-young, spokesman for the special counsel, told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusations during December's presidential election campaign. They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with a US financial services company called BBK. Lee who was scheduled to be sworn in as president Monday has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK. Chung Says investigators agree. He says the independent counsel has concluded the president-elect has no involvement in BBK. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called "a terrible period". Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital Monrovia. It is the last stop on his five-nation tour of Africa. "I do want to thank the people of Liberia for the warm welcome we have received. I loved all the smiles and the enthusiasm along the route. " Mr. Bush is meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf before returning to Washington later in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Liberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of the next school year.

 

Take a brief look at stock activities. On Wall Street at this hour, US stock indexes are higher. East Asia Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close of trade today.

 

I'm Dave Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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I'm Dave Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

US defense officials say a missile launched from a Navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the Earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3: 30 Universal Time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed a health hazard.

 

China, meanwhile, which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year, says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Stephanie Ho has a report from Beijing.

 

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the effect the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm it could cause to other countries. The newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party - the People's Daily took a harsh review Thursday of the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries' space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were some differences in the two situations. Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space, where the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward earth. The US Defense Department said the satellite had a tank full of toxic fuel called hydrazine, which could have harmed humans if it had fallen to earth intact. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today's meeting between Asif Ali Zardari, the leader of the Pakistan People's Party and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, head of the Pakistan Muslim League-N Party, took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protestors fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including in Islamabad, where deposed Chief Justice, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, called for the immediate restoration of the judiciary. Mr. Sharif briefly joined the crowd of protestors outside Chaudhry's home, where he called President Pervez Musharraf's rule illegal.

 

Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president-elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Kurt Achin has a report from Seoul.

 

Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraudulent financial practices. On Friday, independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once and for all. Chung Ho-young, spokesman for the special counsel, told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusations during December's presidential election campaign. They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with a US financial services company called BBK. Lee, who was scheduled to be sworn in as president Monday, has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK. Chung Says investigators agree. He says the independent counsel has concluded the president-elect has no involvement in BBK. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called "a terrible period". Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital Monrovia. It is the last stop on his five-nation tour of Africa. "I do want to thank the people of Liberia for the warm welcome we have received. I loved all the smiles and the enthusiasm along the route." Mr. Bush is meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf before returning to Washington late in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Liberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of the next school year.

 

Taking a brief look at stock activities on Wall Street at this hour, US stock indexes are higher. East Asia Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close of trade today.

 

I'm Dave Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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一点小错

 

I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

US defense officials say a missile launched from a Navy ship has hit a derelict US spy satellite more than 200 kilometers above the Earth. The Pentagon said the missile successfully hit the target at about 3:30 Universal Time Thursday. It says officials should have confirmation within a day that the fuel tank which was the main cause for concern was fragmented. US officials said that if the satellite had crashed to earth, the 450 kilograms of toxic fuel called hydrazine could have posed a health hazard.

 

China, meanwhile, which faced international criticism for destroying one of its satellites in space last year, says it is monitoring the US destruction of the satellite. VOA's Stephanie Ho has a report from Beijing.

 

The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao gave a measured response when asked about Thursday's apparently successful US operation. He says China is closely monitoring the effect the US move may have on safety in outer space and the possible harm it could cause to other countries. The newspaper of China's ruling Communist Party - the People's Daily took a harsh review Thursday of the US action, accusing Washington of hypocrisy in criticizing other countries' space ambitions. When China tested an anti-satellite missile and destroyed one of its own satellites in deep space a year ago, the Bush administration and other governments condemned the act as dangerous. There were some differences in the two situations. Debris from the destroyed Chinese satellite remains in space, where the US and other governments have said it could potentially damage operating satellites. The US satellite that was destroyed Thursday was already out of control and falling toward earth. The US Defense Department said the satellite had a tank full of toxic fuel called hydrazine, which could have harmed humans if it had fallen to earth intact. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

The leaders of Pakistan's two main opposition parties are meeting in the capital Islamabad to discuss creating a coalition government. Today's meeting between Asif Ali Zardari, the leader of the Pakistan People's Party and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, head of the Pakistan Muslim League-N Party, took place as lawyers demanded the reinstatement of judges deposed during the imposition of emergency rule last year. Hundreds of protestors fought with police throughout Pakistan's major cities today including in Islamabad, where deposed Chief Justice, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, called for the immediate restoration of the judiciary. Mr. Sharif briefly joined a crowd of protestors outside Chaudhry's home, where he called President Pervez Musharraf's rule illegal.

 

Independent investigators have cleared South Korea's president-elect of fraud and stock manipulation allegations. VOA's Kurt Achin has a report from Seoul.

 

Korean President-elect Lee Myung-bak's political rivals have insisted for months he made millions of dollars using fraudulent financial practices. On Friday, independent investigators closed the book on those allegations once and for all. Chung Ho-young, spokesman for the special counsel, told a nationally televised news conference Lee was not involved in stock price manipulation. Lee's political rivals tried hard to draw attention to the accusations during December's presidential election campaign. They pointed to Lee's alleged involvement with a US financial services company called BBK. Lee, who was scheduled to be sworn in as president Monday, has denied the charges, saying he had no connection to BBK. Chung Says investigators agree. He says the independent counsel has concluded the president-elect has no involvement in BBK. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

President Bush says the United States wants to help Liberians recover from what he called "a terrible period". Mr. Bush made the comments after he and first lady Laura Bush landed today in the Liberian capital Monrovia. It is the last stop on his five-nation tour of Africa. "I do want to thank the people of Liberia for the warm welcome we have received. I loved all the smiles and the enthusiasm along the route." Mr. Bush is meeting with Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf before returning to Washington late in the day. The US president is expected to announce a program to provide Liberian school children with 1 million textbooks by the start of the next school year.

 

Taking a brief look at stock activities on Wall Street at this hour, US stock indexes are higher. East Asia-Pacific stock markets were mostly higher at the close of trade today.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.


 

derelict: worn and broken down by hard use.废弃的
hydrazine: a powerful reducing agent; used chiefly in rocket fuels. n. 肼,联氨
hypocrisy: insincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have. n. 伪善
debris: the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up. n. 碎片,残骇
judiciary: the system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of government. n. 司法部,司法制度
close the books: vt. 结帐(断绝关系)
once and for all: in a conclusive way. ad. 彻底地(一劳永逸地)

Rejoicing in hope;
Patient in tribulation.  

做某种植物, 可以尽情接受雨的洗礼.

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请问~抗议者不是拼protester吗??谢谢指教~

 

一样的啦~~ ——woodsouth

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