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

 

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who had stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital.

 

A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi. A government statement says the army's sergeant general Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.

 

Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with a visit to Hong Kong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Claudia Blume reports from Hong Kong.

 

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012, as demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that people in Hong Kong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017, and all of their lawmakers by 2020. "Our position has been very very clear, which is that universal suffrage is the right endgame for democracy in Hong Kong. And we've been also clear that the sooner it was achieved, the better." When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hong Kong would eventually have universal suffrage, but did not set the timetable. Miliband's visit to Hong Kong Monday kicked off a five-day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

South Korea's new President Lee Myung-bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. In his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee calls South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today he says Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. "What we have seen in Asia in recent years is a very real shift that reflects new thinking in / US defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presence of, and direct action by, US forces - and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again, that is US Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
         
The New York Philharmonic has arrived in isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the Stalinist state. The Philharmonic will present a concert on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council will review the draft text of a sanctions resolution. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today called for offered sanctions against Teheran.

 

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations, it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices among other things have risen to all-time high in the last year.

 

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

 

Vocabulary

suffrage: n. 投票,选举权,参政权
philharmonic: n.
音乐协会,音乐会
Stalinist: a.
斯大林的, 斯大林主义的

 

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Iraqi authorities say an attack on shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate when those Shiites Islam’s holiest gatherings. A bomb blasted in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital. A suicide bomber’s killed a Pakistan top medical official and at least 17 other people in attack in Rawalapindi. A government statement says the army’s sergeant general Lieutenant General / was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least five civilians in today’ blast.

 

 

South Korea’s new president Lee Myung-bak is pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. In his inauguration address today in Soul, Mr. Lee called South Korea’s economy revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandoned its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates is pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capability. Speaking with reporters today / Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries.

 

All we have seen in Asia in recently years is a very real shift that will reflect new thinking in US defense strategic over all. A shift away from a prominent present serves in direct action by US forces. And tore the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves.

 

Again, that is US Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

 

The New York Philharmonic arrived the isolated, the North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the / today. The Philharmonic represented the continent on Tuesday, it will be broadcasted live on North Korea state-run TV and radio.

 

While powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior official from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council were reviewed the draft text of a sanction resolution. Israeli Prime Minister / who is visiting Japan today, / offer sanctions against Teheran.

 

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food going to the world’s most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director Sharon says amongst the agency gets more donations it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given the each person or the number of people helped. The WFP website says global food prices among other things have risen to all time high in the last year.

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From the VOA news center in Washington,I'm Frances Alonzo.
Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on the way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings.A bomb blast in southern Bagdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others.On Sunday,a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims which stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah south of the capital.
A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi.A government statement says the army's Sergeant General Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver,a guard and at least five civilians in today's blast.
Britain's Foreign Secretary has kicked off the trip to China with the visit to Hongkong.He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony.Claudia Blume reports from Hongkong.
"British Foreign Secretary David Milibank says his government is disapponited by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012 as demanded by pro-democracy groups.Last year the Chinese government announced that the people in Hongkong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017 and all of lawmakers by 2020."Opposition has been very,very clear which is that universal suffrage is the right and the game for democracy in Hongkong and we'll be also clear that it is soon able to achieve the better."When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hongkong would eventually have universal suffrage and did not set the timetable.Milibank's visit to Hongkong Monday kicked off a five day visit to China.Before his departure,international rights groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits.Claudia Blume for VOA news,Hongkong.
South Korea's new president Lee Myung Bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but neighbouring north Korea as well.In his inauguration address today in Seoul,Mr.Lee calls south Korean's economic rival his most urgent task.He also said south Korea was ready to cooperate with north Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defence capabilities.Speaking with reporters today,he says Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military.He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries."We have seen in Asia in recent years as a very real shift of reflection new thinking in US defence strategy overall,a shift way from the permanent presence of a direct reaction by US forces and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves."Again that is US Defence Secretary Robert Gates.
The New York Philharmonic has arrived in isolated North Korea becoming the most prominent American culture institution to visit the Stalin state.The Philharmonic will present the continent
Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state run TV and radio.
World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear promgram.Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nation's Security Council will review the draft text of a sanction resolution.Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today also urged the sanctions against Tehran.
The United Nation's Agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cutback the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people.In an interview,World Food Program executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations,it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each people for the number of people helped.The WFP's wedsite says global food prices among other things have raisen to all time high in last year.
More details on voanews.com.I'm Frances Alonzo,VOA news.

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

 

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who had stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital. A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi. A government statement says the army's sergeant general Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.

 

Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with a visit to Hong Kong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Claudia Blume reports from Hong Kong. British foreign secretary David Miliband says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012, as demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year, the Chinese government announced that people in Hong Kong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017, and all of their lawmakers by 2020.

 

"Our position has been very very clear, which is that the universal suffrage is the right end game for democracy in Hong Kong and we have been also clear that the sooner it was achieved, the better." When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hong Kong will eventually have universal suffrage, but did not set a timetable. Miliband's visit to Hong Kong Monday kicked off a five-day visit to China. Before his departure, international right groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. Claudia Blume, for VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

South Korea's new president Lee Myung-bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. And in his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee called South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today / Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries.

 

"What we have seen in Asian in recent years is a very real shift that reflects new thinking in U.S. defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presence of, and direct actions by, U.S. forces - and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again, that is U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

 

The New York Philharmonic has arrived in the isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural situation to visit the / . The Philharmonic will present a concert on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council will review the draft text of a sanctions resolution. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today, / offer sanctions against Teheran.

 

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Programme executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations, it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices among other things have risen to all-time high in the last year.

 

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

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

 

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who had stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital. A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi. A government statement says the army's sergeant general Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.

 

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South Korea's new president Lee Myung-bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. And in his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee called South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today / Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries.

 

"What we have seen in Asian in recent years is a very real shift that reflects new thinking in U.S. defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presence of, and direct action by, U.S. forces - and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again, that is U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

 

The New York Philharmonic has arrived in the isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the / . The Philharmonic will present a concert on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council will review the draft texts of a sanctions resolution. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today called for / sanctions against Teheran.

 

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Programme executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations, it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices among other things have risen to all-time high in the last year.

 

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

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

 

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least 4 pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims which stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah south of the capital.

 

A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistani top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi A government statement says the army sergeant general, lieutenant general M B was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.

 

Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with a visit to Hongkong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. K Roamer reports from Hongkong.

 

British foreign secretary David Meliburne says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012 as demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that people in Hongkong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017 and all of their lawmakers by 2020."Our position has been very very clear, which is that's universal suffrage the rights and gain for democracy in Hongkong. And we've been clear the sooner it's achieved, the better." When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hongkong would eventually have universal suffrage, but did not set a timetable. Meliburne's visit to Hongkong Monday kicked off a five day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. K Roamer for VOA news, Hongkong.

 

South Korea's new president Lee Myung-bak's pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but neighboring North Korea as well. In his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee called South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also says South Korea is ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

US defense secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today, Gates says Washington was preparing to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. "We have seen in Asian in recent years a very real shift that reflects new thinking in US defense strategy over all, a shift away from the permanent presence of direct actions by US forces toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again that is US defense secretary Robert Gates.

 

The New York Philharmonic has arrived in the isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent cultural institution to visit the Stalin state. Philharmonic will represent the continent on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects over its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and five permanent members of United Nations Security council will review the draft text of sanction's resolution. Israeli Prime Minister who is visiting Japan to end*** reports the sanctions against Tehran.

 

The United Nations' agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cutback the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director J S says unless the agency gets more donations it will have no choice but consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices, among other things, rose to all time high in the last year.

 

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

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

 

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who had stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital. A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi. A government statement says the army's sergeant general Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.

 

Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with a visit to Hong Kong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Claudia Blume reports from Hong Kong.

 

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012, as demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that  people in Hong Kong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017, and all of their lawmakers by 2020. "Opposition has been very very clear, which is, that's universal suffrage, the rights, and the game for democracy in Hong Kong. And we've been also clear that the sooner was achieved, the better." When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hong Kong would eventually have universal suffrage, but did not set the timetable. Miliband's visit to Hong Kong Monday kicked off a five-day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

South Korea's new president Lee Myung-bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. And in his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee calls South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today he says Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. "What we have seen in Asia in recent years is a very real shift that reflects new thinking in the US defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presence of, and direct action by, US forces - and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again, that is US Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
         
The New York Philharmonic has arrived in isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the Stalinist state. The Philharmonic will present a concert on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council will review the draft texts of a sanctions resolution. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today called for offer sanctions against Teheran.

 

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations, it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices among other things have risen to all-time high in the last year.

 

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

 

suffrage: n. 投票,选举权,参政权
philharmonic: n. 音乐协会,音乐会
Stalinist: a. 斯大林的, 斯大林主义的

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South Korea's new president Lee Mingbo pledged to boost prosperity not only in this country but in his neighbouring North Korean as well. In his inauguration address today in Soul, Mr.Lee calls South Korea's economic revival, his most urgent task. He also says South Korean is ready to cooperate with North Korean if it abandons his nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

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

 

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who had stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital. A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi. A government statement says the army's sergeant general Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.

 

Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with a visit to Hong Kong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Claudia Blume reports from Hong Kong.

 

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012, as demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that people in Hong Kong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017, and all of their lawmakers by 2020. "Our position has been very very clear, which is that universal suffrage is the right endgame for democracy in Hong Kong. And we've been also clear that the sooner it was achieved, the better." When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hong Kong would eventually have universal suffrage, but did not set the timetable. Miliband's visit to Hong Kong Monday kicked off a five-day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

South Korea's new president Lee Myung-bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. And in his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee calls South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today he says Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. "What we have seen in Asia in recent years is a very real shift that reflects new thinking in the US defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presence of, and direct action by, US forces - and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again, that is US Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
         
The New York Philharmonic has arrived in isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the Stalinist state
. The Philharmonic will present a concert on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council will review the draft texts of a sanctions resolution. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today called for offer sanctions against Teheran.

 

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations, it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices among other things have risen to all-time high in the last year.

 

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

 

 

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Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious / on their way to commemorate when the Shiite Islam’s holiest gatherings. A bomb blasted in Southern Baghdad today killed at least 4 pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims with / refreshments in /, south of the capital.

 

A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan’s top medical officer, and at least 7 other people in the attack / pending. A government statement says the army’s surgeon general / was killed along with his driver and a guard, and at least 5 civilians in today’s blast.

 

Britain’s foreign secretary has kicked up a trip to China with a visit to Hong Kong. He repeated his government’s disappointment over Beijing’s decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony.  / reports from Hong Kong.

British foreign secretary David / says his government is disappointed by Beijing’s decision, not to give the territory universal / in 2012 is demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year, the Chinese government announced that people of Hong Kong were only been allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017, and all of the lawmakers by 2020. “Oppositions have been very, very clear, which is the universal / of rights and gain for democracy for Hong Kong. And we be also clear the / will be achieved better.”Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997. Beijing promised that Hong Kong would eventually have be / to universal, but did not say the timetable. /’s visits to Hong Kong on Monday kicked off 5-day visits to China. Before his departure, the International Right Group human rights urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. /, for VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

South Korea’s new president Li / pledged to boost prosperity not only in this country, but in neighboring North Korea as well. In his inauguration addressed today in Seoul, Mr. Li calls South Korea’s economic rival with most urgent task. He also sensed South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea, / nuclear weapons in /

 

US defense secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today, Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. “We have seen a nation raised years very reflects new thinking in US defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presents direct action by US forces and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves.” Again that is US defense secretary Robert Gates.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from German and 5 permanent members of the United Nations Security Council were reviewing the draft/ sanctions resolution. Israeli prime minister /who is visiting Japan today call sanctions against Iran.

 

The United Nations Agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices make force the mount of /, from the world’s most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director / says unless the agency gets more donations, they’ll have no choices but consider cutting the amount of food given to each person by the number of people helped. The / website says global food prices among other things / raising all time high in last year.

 

homework: 23:11 From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Fansis Alenzil. Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious Divotees on their way to commemorate when the Shiite Islams holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Bagdad today killed at least 4 pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims with stop for refreshments in Iskanderia, south of the capital. A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawupendy. A government statement says the army's surgent generall, luteniunt general Mushdag Barg was killed along with his driver a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast. Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with the visit to Hongkong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Cloudy Blumer reports from Hongkong. British foreign secretary David Miliban says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal soverage in 2012. As demanded by pro democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that people in Hongkong will only be allowed to direct elect their leaders by 2017. And all the fellow makers by 2020. Opposition has been very very clear which is that's univeral soverages the rights and the game for democracy in Hongkong. And we've been also clear that the sunevil was achieved better. When Buton returned to its former colony to China in 1997. Beijing promised to that Hongkong would eventually have univeral soferge. But did not set a timetable. Milivent's visit to Hongkong Monday kicked off a five day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns of human rights during his visits. Hardia Lumer, for VOA news, Hongkong. South Korea's new president Linyangbark has pledged to boost transparity not only in his country but in neighboring north Korea as well. In his inauguration address today in Seoul. Mr. Lee called south Korea's economic rival his most urgent task. He also said south Korea was ready to cooperate with north Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses the path of openness. US defense secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today in Ges Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. We have seen in Asian in recent years is a very real shift to the reflects new thinking and US defense strategy overall. The shift away from the permanent presence over direct action by US forces. And toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves. Again that is US defense secretary Robert Gates. The New York Few Harmonic has arrived in the isolated North Korea becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the stolen state. The Few Harmonic will present a continent Tuesday There will be broadcast live on north Korea's state run TV and Radio. World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from German and the five permanent members of the United Nations security council will review the draft acts of a sanctions resolution. Israeli prime minister Hood Olmert who is visiting Japan today, sanctions against Teheran. The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hungers centers soaring food prices may force to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most avolable people. In an interview world food program executive Director Johnzet Sharon says unless the agency gets more donations it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given the each person, for the number of people helt. The debiaf tees website says global food prices among other things have risen to all time heights in the lat year. More details at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil, VOA news. 23:36
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who had stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital. A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi. A government statement says the army's sergeant general Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.  

Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with a visit to Hong Kong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Claudia Blume reports from Hong Kong. British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012, as demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that people in Hong Kong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017, and all of their lawmakers by 2020. "Our position has been very very clear, which is that universal suffrage is the right endgame for democracy in Hong Kong. And we've been also clear that the sooner it was achieved, the better." When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hong Kong would eventually have universal suffrage, but did not set the timetable. Miliband's visit to Hong Kong Monday kicked off a five-day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. Claudia Blume for VOA news HongKong

South Korea's new president Lee Myung-bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. And in his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee calls South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today he says Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. "What we have seen in Asia in recent years is a very real shift that reflects new thinking in the US defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presence of,and direct action by, US forces  and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again, that is US Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
          The New York Philharmonic has arrived in isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the Stalinist state. The Philharmonic will present a concert on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council will review the draft texts of a sanctions resolution. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today called for offer sanctions against Teheran.

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations, it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices among other things have risen to all-time high in the last year.  More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News

 

 

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homework: 23:11 From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Fansis Alenzil. Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious Divotees on their way to commemorate when the Shiite Islams holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Bagdad today killed at least 4 pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims with stop for refreshments in Iskanderia, south of the capital. A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawupendy. A government statement says the army's surgeon (从读音和上下文判断,surgentsergeant都不对,)generall, luteniunt general Mushdag Barg was killed along with his driver a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast. Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with the visit to Hongkong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Cloudy Blumer reports from Hongkong. British foreign secretary David Miliban says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal soverage in 2012. As demanded by pro democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that people in Hongkong will only be allowed to direct elect their leaders by 2017. And all the fellow makers by 2020. Opposition has been very very clear which is that's univeral soverages the rights and the game for democracy in Hongkong. And we've been also clear that the sunevil was achieved better. When Buton returned to its former colony to China in 1997. Beijing promised to that Hongkong would eventually have univeral soferge. But did not set a timetable. Milivent's visit to Hongkong Monday kicked off a five day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns of human rights during his visits. Hardia Lumer, for VOA news, Hongkong. South Korea's new president Linyangbark has pledged to boost transparity not only in his country but in neighboring north Korea as well. In his inauguration address today in Seoul. Mr. Lee called south Korea's economic rival his most urgent task. He also said south Korea was ready to cooperate with north Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses the path of openness. US defense secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today in Ges Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. We have seen in Asian in recent years is a very real shift to the reflects new thinking and US defense strategy overall. The shift away from the permanent presence over direct action by US forces. And toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves. Again that is US defense secretary Robert Gates. The New York Few Harmonic has arrived in the isolated North Korea becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the stolen state. The Few Harmonic will present a continent Tuesday There will be broadcast live on north Korea's state run TV and Radio. World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from German and the five permanent members of the United Nations security council will review the draft acts of a sanctions resolution. Israeli prime minister Hood Olmert who is visiting Japan today, sanctions against Teheran. The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hungers centers soaring food prices may force to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most avolable people. In an interview world food program executive Director Johnzet Sharon says unless the agency gets more donations it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given the each person, for the number of people helt. The debiaf tees website says global food prices among other things have risen to all time heights in the lat year. More details at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil, VOA news. 23:36
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

Iraqi authorities say attacks on Shiite pilgrims have killed at least 63 religious devotees on their way to commemorate one of Shiite Islam's holiest gatherings. A bomb blast in southern Baghdad today killed at least four pilgrims and wounded 15 others. On Sunday, a suicide bomber killed 56 pilgrims who had stopped for refreshments in Iskandariyah, south of the capital.

 

A suicide bomber has killed a Pakistan's top medical officer and at least 7 other people in an attack in Rawalpindi. A government statement says the army's sergeant general Lieutenant General Mushtaq Baig was killed along with his driver, a guard and at least 5 civilians in today's blast.

 

Britain's foreign secretary has kicked off a trip to China with a visit to Hong Kong. He repeated his government's disappointment over Beijing's decision to delay full democracy in the former British colony. Claudia Blume reports from Hong Kong.

 

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says his government is disappointed by Beijing's decision not to give the territory universal suffrage in 2012, as demanded by pro-democracy groups. Last year the Chinese government announced that people in Hong Kong will only be allowed to directly elect their leaders by 2017, and all of their lawmakers by 2020. "Our position has been very very clear, which is that universal suffrage is the right endgame for democracy in Hong Kong. And we've been also clear that the sooner it was achieved, the better." When Britain returned its former colony to China in 1997, Beijing promised that Hong Kong would eventually have universal suffrage, but did not set the timetable. Miliband's visit to Hong Kong Monday kicked off a five-day visit to China. Before his departure, international rights groups urged him to raise concerns about human rights during his visits. Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

South Korea's new President Lee Myung-bak has pledged to boost prosperity not only in his country but in neighboring North Korea as well. / In his inauguration address today in Seoul, Mr. Lee calls South Korea's economic revival his most urgent task. He also said South Korea was ready to cooperate with North Korea if it abandons its nuclear weapons and chooses a path of openness.

 

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has pledged to help Indonesia improve its defense capabilities. Speaking with reporters today he says Washington was prepared to help the country reform its military. He also pressed for closer military ties between the two countries. "What we have seen in Asia in recent years is a very real shift that reflects new thinking in / US defense strategy overall. A shift away from the permanent presence of, and direct action by, US forces - and toward the building of the capacity of our partners to better defend themselves." Again, that is US Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
         
The New York Philharmonic has arrived in isolated North Korea, becoming the most prominent American cultural institution to visit the Stalinist state. The Philharmonic will present a concert on Tuesday that will be broadcast live on North Korea's state-run TV and radio.

 

World powers are due to meet in Washington today to discuss additional measures to convince Iran to abandon controversial aspects of its nuclear program. Senior officials from Germany and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council will review the draft text of a sanctions resolution. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is visiting Japan today called for offered sanctions against Teheran.

 

The United Nations agency in charge of fighting hunger says soaring food prices may force it to cut back the amount of food aid going to the world's most vulnerable people. In an interview, World Food Program executive director Josette Sheeran says unless the agency gets more donations, it will have no choice but to consider cutting the amount of food given to each person or the number of people helped. The WFP's website says global food prices among other things have risen to all-time high in the last year.

 

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

 

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