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I'm Susan Yackee from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandariyah today, south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day following the anniversary of the martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

 

Turkey's military says 8 of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down a helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualty has raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched a ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. The rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Schearf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

 

The President of Iraqi Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure, they will face large-scale resistance. Mr. Barzani said his Kurdish security forces, called the Peshmerga, would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq. However, Peshmerga spokesman Jabbar Yawar denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yawar says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops. He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties, but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Schearf for VOA News, Irbil.

 

Cuba's National Assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in a communist revolution nearly 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81-year-old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

 

The United Nations is reporting new airstrikes in West Darfur, as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of aerial bombings in the Jebel Moun area. It said it is gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area.

 

The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218,000 Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and begin new lives either in Tanzania or in Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva, Lisa Schlein reports.

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218,000 refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refugee spokesman, Andrej Mahecic, tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania, which had decided to close the old settlements, worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees. Mahecic says 172,000 refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzania and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

 

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with the parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. The Taliban spokesman made this statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

 

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. Our website's at voanews.com.

 

Vocabulary

 

martyrdom: death that is imposed because of the person's adherence of a religious faith or cause. n. 牺牲,殉难
prophet: an authoritative person who divines the future. n.
预言者,先知

 

 

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I'm Susan Yaki from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandariyah today, south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day following the anniversary of the martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

 

Turkey's military says 8 of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down a helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualties rise as death tolled at 15 since troops launched ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. Rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish regional government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Scharf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

 

The president of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure, they will face large-scale resistance. Mr. Barzani said his Kurdish security forces, called the Peshmerga, would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq. However Peshmerga spokesman Jabar Yawer denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yawer says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops. He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties, but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Scharf, for VOA News, Irbil.

 

Cuba's national assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in the communist revolution nearly 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81-year-old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

 

The United Nations is reporting new airstrikes in West Darfur, as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of aerial bombings in the Jebel Moon area. It said it is gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area. The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218 thousand Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and begin new lives, either in Tanzania or in Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva Lisa Schlein reports.

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218 thousand refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refugee spokesman, Andrej Mahecic, tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania, which had decided to close the old settlements, worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees. Mahecic says 172 thousand refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzania and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

 

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with the parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. Taliban spokesman made this statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

 

I'm Susan Yaki, VOA News. Our websites at voanews.com.

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Home work I am Susan from voa news center in Washington. Iraqi place say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and then attack a pilgrims heading to one of the ShiiaiIslams Holy Gatherings. Police said at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack and here's Canteria today souce from Baghdad. early in the day Shiai pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosive and gun fire, at least 3 people were killed ,36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Carbalr took a memory are by in 40 of the day following the anniversary of the M...30 centuries ago of the prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are excepted in Carbalar this week. Turkey's military says 8 of its troop have died and one of the helecopters crashed in the defence against Kurtish rebels in Northern Iraq. Without clear whether the eight sodiers were burned helecopter and went down near the Turkish Iraqi boarder today.Kurtish PKK rebels early claimed the responsibility for shooting down the helecopter in the area. The turkish military says the latest casually raises death toll to 15 since troops amonch to ground operation against rebel in Iraq last Thuresday. Rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Turkish regional goverment of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian area during is campaign. Daniel Sharph reports from the northern Iraqi city of The president of Iraqi Kurtistan MB issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilan or damage any civilians structure, they will face large deals of resistance. Mr B said his Kurtish Secretary Forces call the Cashmorga would not interfere in Turkish fight against Kurtish rebels inside IRaq.Medim report of the weekend said the Cash morga force some Turkish soldiers to return to their basis after they staight too far into Iraq. However Cash morga spokeman JY denies there was any face of between Kurtish and Kurtish truce. Y says there has been no communication between the Cash morgan and Turkish troops.He says there are no Cash morga in the area of conflict onlyTurkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Cashmorga Forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casuties, but Iraqi foreign minister HA says Saturday the Turkish military has to destroy 5 bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Sharph for Voa news
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I'm Susan Yaki from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandariyah today, south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day following the anniversary of the martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

 

Turkey's military says 8 of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down a helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualties raise as death tolled at 15 since troops launched ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. Rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish regional government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Scharf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

 

The president of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure, they will face large-scale resistance. Mr. Barzani said his Kurdish security forces, called the Peshmerga, would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq. However Peshmerga spokesman Jabar Yawer denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yawer says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops. He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties, but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Scharf, for VOA News, Irbil.

 

Cuba's national assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in the communist revolution nearly 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81-year-old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

 

The United Nations is reporting new airstrikes in West Darfur, as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of aerial bombings in the Jebel Moon area. It said it is gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area. The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218 thousand Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and begin new lives, either in Tanzania or in Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva Lisa Schlein reports.

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218 thousand refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refugee spokesman, Andrej Mahecic, tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania, which had decided to close the old settlements, worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees. Mahecic says 172 thousand refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzania and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

 

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with the parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. Taliban spokesman made this statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

 

I'm Susan Yaki, VOA News. Our websites at voanews.com.

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I'm Susan Yaki from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandariyah today, south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day following the anniversary of the martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

 

Turkey's military says 8 of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down a helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualty has raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched a ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. Rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish regional government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Scharf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

 

The president of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure, they will face large-scale resistance. Mr. Barzani said his Kurdish security forces, called the Peshmerga, would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq. However Peshmerga spokesman Jabar Yawer denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yawer says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops. He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties, but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Scharf, for VOA News, Irbil.

 

Cuba's national assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in the communist revolution nearly 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81-year-old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

 

The United Nations is reporting new airstrikes in West Darfur, as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of aerial bombings in the Jebel Moon area. It said it is gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area. The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218 thousand Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and begin new lives, either in Tanzania or in Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva Lisa Schlein reports.

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218 thousand refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refugee spokesman, Andrej Mahecic, tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania, which had decided to close the old settlements, worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees. Mahecic says 172 thousand refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzania and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

 

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with the parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. Taliban spokesman made this statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

 

I'm Susan Yaki, VOA News. Our websites at voanews.com.

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I am Susan Yankee, from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in an attack in Iskandariyah today south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day, Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gun fires. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen in the 40's day following the anniversary of martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Muhammad's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

 

Turkish military says 80 of its troops have died in one of its helicopter's crash in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It's nuclear whether the 80 soldiers were aboard the helicopter when down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down the helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualties raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. Rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish regional government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Shock reports from northern Iraqi city of Ibil.

 

The president of Iraq-Kurdistan M B issued a statement Saturday, warning of Turkish forces targeting civilians and damaging any civilian infrastructure, they will face large scale resistance. Mr. B said its Kurdish security forces called the Pashimigue will not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports on the weekend say the Pashimigue force some Turkey soldiers to return to their bases after they stretch too far into Iraq. However, Pashimigue spokeman J Y denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Y says there has been no communication between Pashimigue and Turkish troops. He says there are Pashimigue in the area of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters, so there are not problems between Turkish and Pashimigue forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties. But Iraqi Foreign Minister H S said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Shock for VOA news, Ibil.

 

Cuba's National Assembly is meeting today to choose the successor to Fidel Castro who has ruled the Caribbean nation, seizing power in the communist revolution 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Cast to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81 year old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

 

United Nations has reported new air strikes in west Darfur as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue began its visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peace keeping mission in Darfur said today that it received reports of aerial bombings in J M area. It said it's gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area.

 

The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has found and that would enable 280,000 Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their link of exile and begin new lives either in Tanzania or Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva, Lisa Shiline reports.

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. 280,000 refugees have been living in the state of Limbell in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent routes in Tanzania nor go back the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refuge spokesman U M tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania which has decided to close the old settlements worked with Burundi to find the last solution for the refugees. M says 172,000 refugees had opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzanian and many others suspend most of their lives there. Lisa Shiline for VOA news, Geneva.

 

 

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. Taliban spokesman made the statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

 

 I am Susan Yankee, VOA news on website at voanews.com.

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Turkey's military says eight of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in the defense of Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It's unclear whether the eight soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraq board today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claim responsibility for shooting down the helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualty has raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched the Grand Operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. The rebels says they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish regional government of Iraq have warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Danial Sharp, reports from the northern Iraqi city of ~~.

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 Cuba's national assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to ~~ Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in a communist revolution nearly 55 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Ra~~ 2006, and the 81 years old president announced his resignation on Tuesday. <img src="http://forum.putclub.com/images/smilies/default/smile.gif" border=0 smilieid="1">

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homework: 21:06 I am Susan Iyaki, from the VOA news center in Washington. Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in an attack in Iskandaria today south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day, Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate ABa Yim the 40th day following the anniversary of marditem (martyrdom) 13 centuries ago of the Profit(Prophet) Muhammud's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week. Turkish military says 8 of its troops have died in one of its helicopter's crash in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It's nuclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down the helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualties raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. Rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish regional government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Danial Shop reports from northern Iraqi city of Ilbill. The president of Iraqi-Kurdistan Marsu Bazani issued a statement Saturday, warning of Turkish forces target civilians or damaging any civilian infrastructure, they will face large scale resistance. Mr. Bazani said his Kurdish security forces called the Passion Merga would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Passion Merga forced some Turkey soldiers to return to their bases after they straight too far into Iraq. However, Passion Merga spokeman Jeba Yaowua denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yaowa says there has been no communication between the Passion Merga and Turkish troops. He says there are Passion Merga in the area of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters, so there are not problems between Turkish and Passion Merga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties. But Iraqi Foreign Minister Horshias Abary said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Danial Shaff for VOA news, Ilbill. Cuba's National Assembly is meeting today to choose the successor to Fidal Casterral with rule the Caribian nation, seizing power in the communist revolution 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Casteral to hand power over to his younger brother Rawu in 2006 and the 81 year old president announced his resignation on Tuesday. United Nations has reported new air strikes in west Darfur as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue began its visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peace keeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of areal bombings in Jebel Moon area. It said it's gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area. The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has found and that would enable some 280,000 Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their link the exile and begin new lives either in Tanzania or Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva, Lisa Shiline reports. Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. 280,000 refugees have been living in the state of Limbell in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent routes in Tanzania nor go back the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refuge spokesman Undra Mehichichi tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania which has decided to close the old settlements worked with Burundi to find the last solution for the refugees. Mehichichi says 172,000 refugees had offered to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzanian and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Shiline for VOA news, Geneva. Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. Taliban spokesman made the statement during telephone calls with news agencies today. I am Susan Iyaki, VOA news. Our website is at voanews.com. 21:30
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I'm Susan Yackee from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandariyah today, south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day following the anniversary of the martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

Turkey's military says 8 of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down a helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualty has raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched a ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. The rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish regional government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Schearf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

The President of Iraqi Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure, they will face large-scale resistance. Mr. Barzani said his Kurdish security forces, called the Peshmerga, would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq. However, Peshmerga spokesman Jabbar Yawar denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yawar says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops. He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties, but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Schearf for VOA News, Irbil.

 

Cuba's national assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in a communist revolution nearly 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81-year-old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

The United Nations is reporting new airstrikes in West Darfur, as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of aerial bombings in the Jebel Moun area. It said it is gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area.

The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218, 000 Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and began new lives either in Tanzania or in Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva, Lisa Schlein reports.

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218, 000 refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refugee spokesman, Andrej Mahecic, tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania, which had decided to close the old settlements, worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees. Mahecic says 172, 000 refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzania and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with the parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. Taliban spokesman made this statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. Our website's at voanews. com.
 

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I’m Susan Iaki from VOA news center in Washington. Iraqi police say a sucide bomber has killed at least fourty people at attack on program border to one of Shite Islam holding holly gatherings. Police say at least twenty others were wounded in the attack in Iscandria today South Bagdad. Early in the day, Shite programs in Bagdad were attacked was explosive on gunfire, at least three people were killed and thirty others were wounded. Programs were heading South Torque Bala to conmemorate Alba Inn in the fourteen day-following the anniversary of the mother room thirteen century’s ago of Pramaha’s grandson. Millions of programs are expected Cabala this week. Turkey’s military says eight of troops has died and one of the helicopters were crashed in the offensive in Kurdish rival in Northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the soliders were border the helicopter when down near Turkish Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rivals earlier claimed the responsibility for shooting Gana helicopter in the area.

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I'm Susan Yackee from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandariyah today, south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day following the anniversary of the martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

 

Turkey's military says 8 of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down a helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualty has raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched a ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. The rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Schearf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

 

The President of Iraqi Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure, they will face large-scale resistance. Mr. Barzani said his Kurdish security forces, called the Peshmerga, would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq. However, Peshmerga spokesman Jabbar Yawar denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yawar says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops. He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties, but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Schearf for VOA News, Irbil.

 

Cuba's National Assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in a communist revolution nearly 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81-year-old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

 

The United Nations is reporting new airstrikes in West Darfur, as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of aerial bombings in the Jebel Moun area. It said it is gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area.

 

The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218, 000 Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and began new lives either in Tanzania or in Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva, Lisa Schlein reports.

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218, 000 refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refugee spokesman, Andrej Mahecic, tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania, which had decided to close the old settlements, worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees. Mahecic says 172, 000 refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzania and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

 

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with the parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. The Taliban spokesman made this statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

 

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. Our website's at voanews. com.

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I'm Susan Yackee from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandariyah today, south of Baghdad. Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire. At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen, the 40th day following the anniversary of the martyrdom 13 centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

 

Turkey's military says 8 of its troops have died and one of its helicopters crashed in an offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq. It is unclear whether the 8 soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi border today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down a helicopter in the area. The Turkish military says the latest casualty has raised its death toll to 15 since troops launched a ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday. The rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers. The Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign. Daniel Schearf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

 

The President of Iraqi Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, issued a statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure, they will face large-scale resistance. Mr. Barzani said his Kurdish security forces, called the Peshmerga, would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq. Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq. However, Peshmerga spokesman Jabbar Yawar denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops. Yawar says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops. He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict, only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters. So there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces. So far there are no reports of civilian casualties, but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage. Daniel Schearf for VOA News, Irbil.

 

Cuba's National Assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro, who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in a communist revolution nearly 50 years ago. Illness forced Mr. Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Raul in 2006 and the 81-year-old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

 

The United Nations is reporting new airstrikes in West Darfur, as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur said today that it has received reports of aerial bombings in the Jebel Moun area. It said it is gravely concerned for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area.

 

The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218,000 Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and begin new lives either in Tanzania or in Burundi. From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva, Lisa Schlein reports.

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218,000 refugees have been living in the state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania or go back to the country they had fled so many years ago. UN refugee spokesman, Andrej Mahecic, tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year. He says Tanzania, which had decided to close the old settlements, worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees. Mahecic says 172,000 refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens. This makes sense, he says, since most of these people were born in Tanzania and many others have spent most of their lives there. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

 

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with the parties expected to form the country's new government, but only if military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions. The Taliban spokesman made this statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

 

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. Our website's at voanews.com.

 

martyrdom: death that is imposed because of the person's adherence of a religious faith or cause. n. 牺牲,殉难
prophet: an authoritative person who divines the future. n. 预言者,先知

Rejoicing in hope;
Patient in tribulation.  

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倒数第三段: in a state of limbo 听起来有点像the,但是从用语习惯上看应该是a吧。。。

 

Under the new program, Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania. The 218,000 refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years. They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago.

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I'm Susan Yackee from the VOA news center in Washington.

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people in an attack on pilgrims heading to one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings.Police say at least 20 other people were wounded in the attack in Iskandhriya today south of Bagdad.Earlier in the day Shiite pilgrims in Bagdad were attacked with explosives and gunfire.At least 3 people were killed and 36 others wounded. Pilgrims were heading south toward Karbala to commemorate Arbaeen,the fortieth day following the anniversary of the martyrdom thirteenth centuries ago of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson. Millions of pilgrims are expected in Karbala this week.

Turkish millitary says 8 of its troops have died in one of its helicopter crashes in the offensive against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq.It's unclear whether the eight soldiers were aboard the helicopter that went down near the Turkish-Iraqi borber today. Kurdish PKK rebels earlier claimed responsibility for shooting down the helicoptor in the area.The Turkish military says the latest casualties raises the death toll to 15 since troops launched the ground operation against PKK rebels in Iraq last Thursday.Rebels say they have killed at least 20 Turkish soldiers.The Kirdish regional government of Iraq has warned Turkey not to target civilian areas during its campaign.Daniel Schearf reports from the northern Iraqi city of Irbil.

"The president of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani issued the statement Saturday warning if Turkish forces target civilians or damage any civilian infrastructure,they will face large-scale resistance.Mr.Barzani said his Kurdish security forces,called Peshmerga,would not interfere in Turkey's fight against Kurdish rebels inside Iraq.Media reports over the weekend said the Peshmerga forced some Turkish soldiers to return to their bases after they strayed too far into Iraq.However Peshmerga spokesman Jabar Yawer denies there was any face-off between Kurdish and Turkish troops.Yawer says there has been no communication between the Peshmerga and Turkish troops.He says there are no Peshmerga in the areas of conflict,only Turkish soldiers and PKK fighters,so there are no problems between Turkish and Peshmerga forces.So far there are no reports of civilian casualties,but Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday the Turkish military has destroyed five bridges near the Turkish border despite promises to avoid such damage.Daniel Schearf for VOA news,Irbil."

Cuba's national assembly is meeting today to choose a successor to Fidel Castro who has ruled the Caribbean nation since seizing power in a communist revolution nearly 50 years ago.Illness forced Mr.Castro to hand power over to his younger brother Laua in 2006 and the 81 year old president announced his resignation on Tuesday.

The United Nations is reporting new air strikes in west Darfur as China's special envoy on the Darfur issue begins a visit to Sudan. The joint UN-African Union peace keeping mission in Darfur said today that they have received reports of aerial bombings in the / area.It said it's grimly concern for the safety of thousands of civilians in the area.

The UNHCR says a comprehensive solution has been found that will enable some 218,000 Burundian refugees who fled to Tanzania in 1972 to end their lengthy exile and begin new lives,either in Tanzania or in Burundi.From UNHCR headquarters in Geneva,Lisa Schlein reports.

"Under the new program,Burundian refugees in Tanzania will be given the choice of repatriation or citizenship in Tanzania.The 218,000 refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements in Tanzania for the past 35 years.They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to the country they had fled so many years ago.UN refugee spokesman,Andrei Mahecic ,tells VOA a breakthrough to this intractable problem came late last year.He says Tanzania,which has decided to close the "Old settlements," worked with Burundi to find a lasting solution for the refugees.Mahecic says 172,000 refugees have opted to remain in Tanzania and become citizens.This makes sense,he says,since most of these people were born in Tazania and many others have spent most of their lives there.Lisa Schlein for VOA news,Geneva.

Pakistan's Taliban militants say they are willing to talk with parties expected to form the country's new government if only military operations against militants and terrorists end in the tribal regions.Taliban spokesman made the statement during telephone calls with news agencies today.

I'm Susan Yackee,VOA news.Our wedsite is at voanews.com.

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原帖由 ~suily~ 于 2008-2-26 21:04 发表 on 奥斯卡尔查尔   请允许偶挑两个小错,就不全篇复制了吧(那个……因为是偶第一次发的头帖所以想尽量做到完美哦)   倒数第三段: in a state of limbo 听起来有点像the,但是从用语习惯上看应该 ...

 

恩。。Oscar版版您在看下~

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另外我在yahoo!上都搜到了原句

 

New program gives 218,000 refugees who have been in Tanzania for past 35 ... The 218,000 refugees have been living in a state of limbo in three settlements ...
 
... been in Tanzania for past 35 years chance to settle in Tanzania or go back to ... They could neither lay down permanent roots in Tanzania nor go back to ...
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