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

 

Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin's hand-picked successor, Dimitri Medvedev. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term. But Medvedev has promised to name the outgoing president prime minister, in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling stations close in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad today.

 

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has suspended Mideast peace talks in protest at Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. Israeli raids today killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21-month-old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of the Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh. At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.

 

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies. After his arrival in Baghdad today, Mr. Ahmadinejad received a red-carpet welcome from Iraqi President Jalal Talabani at the presidential residence. After the two leaders met, Mr. Ahmadinejad described the talks as very positive and said a developed, powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region.

 

The United States and South Korea have begun a robust week-long series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incursion by North Korea. And(听起来就是and,但根据语义应为as,可能播音员口误了) it has often done in the past, Pyongyang is condemning the exercises, calling them a rehearsal for aggression against the North. VOA's Kurt Achin reports from Seoul.
                         
US and South Korean military officials say about 20,000 US personnel are taking part, as well as a significant portion of South Korea's 680,000 military personnel. They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port city of Busan. The week's exercises include field drills and computer simulations of the movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean Colonel Kim Sang-do says such drills help ensure the integrity of crucial supply lines in a potential battle scenario. Kim says the exercises will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea. As it has often done in the past, North Korea is issuing harsh public criticisms of the exercise. The North's main news agency quotes an army spokesman who describes the drills as "madcap war exercises." A government newspaper in Pyongyang calls them "reckless maneuvers for a war of aggression" against North Korea. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.                                          
      
Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half the upper house, the Senate, marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy after the nation's September 2006 coup. Ron Corben reports from Bangkok.

 

Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member Senate upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the Senate vote, election commission officials warned of a low voter turnout in the capital, Bangkok, amid signs of political apathy to the election. Under the vote, the 150 member Senate comprises both elected and appointed senators - a move brought into place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed government following the September 2006 coup. The appointed members include retired soldiers and police and lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous Senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous Senate failed to adequately act as a check and balance in the parliament. Ron Corben for VOA News, Bangkok.

 

Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's attack took place at a traditional council, or jirga, in the tribal region of Darra Adam Khel in northwest frontier province.

 

Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday, militants burned a tower base station in Kandahar owned by the mobile phone company Roshan. In an earlier raid, they destroyed a tower owned by Areeba, also in Kandahar province.

 

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

 

Vocabulary

 

red-carpet: special treatment or hospitality.a. 铺红地毯的(隆重的) a red-carpet welcome
USS Nimitz: it is a supercarrier in the United States Navy, the lead ship of its class. She is one of the largest warships in the world. 下面就是一张USS Nimitz 的图。
dock: n. 码头 v. 靠码头,入坞
madcap:  characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation.a. 卤莽的,狂妄的
apathy: an absence of emotion or enthusiasm.n. 缺乏感情或兴趣,冷漠
jirga: a Pashto term for a decision making assembly of male elders. n. 族长会议

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Stay tunes for a / coffee after this news update on VOA Music Mix.
I'm Susan Niyaki from the VOA news in Washington.
Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin's hand-picked successor Dmitri Medvedev.Mr.Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term.But Medvedev has promised to name the outgoing president prime minister in a deal to ensure Mr.Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term is expired in may.Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling station is closed in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad today.
Palestinian President Mahud Abbas has suspended Mideast peace talks in protest of Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip.Israel's raids today killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21 month old girl.Israel's warplanes also destroyed the office of the Hamas leader in Gaza Ismail Haneya.At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has open the new trap during relations between the two former enemies.After his arrival in Bagdad today,Mr.Ahmadinejad recieved direct / welcome from Iraqi President Jalal Talabani at the presidential residents.After the two leaders met,Mr.Ahmadinejad described the talks as very positive and said developed powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region.
The United States and South Korea have begun a robust weeklong series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the allies can deter and defeat invasion by North Korea.As it has often done in the past,Pyongyang is condemning the excercises,calling them a rehearsal of aggression against the North.VOA's Kurt Achin reports from Seoul."US and South Korean military officials say about 20,000 US personnel are taking part as well as significant portion of South Korean 680,000 military personnel.They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier U.S.S.Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port city of Busan.The week's exercises include field drills and computer simulations of the movement of personnel and equipment.South Korean Colonel Kim Sang-do says such drills help ensure the integrity of crucial supply lines in a protential battle scenario.Kim says the excercises will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea.As it has often done in the past,North Korea is issueing harsh public criticisms of the exercise.The North's main news agency quotes an army spokesman who describes the drills as madcap war exercises.A government newspaper in Pyongyang calls them reckless manoeuvres for a war aggression against North Korea.Kurt Achin,VOA news,Seoul.
Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half  the upper House,the Senate,marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy after the nation's September 2006 coup.Ron Corben reports from Bangkok."Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member Senate upper house Sunday,marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament.But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the Senate vote,election commission officials warned of a low voter turnout in the capital Bangkok amid signs of political apathy to the election.Under the vote,the 150 member senate comprises both elected and appointed senators,a move brought into place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed government following the September 2006 coup.The appointed members include retired soldiers and police and lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups.The previous senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely of elected members.But analysts have argued the previous senate failed to adequately act as a check and balance in the parliament.Ron Corden for VOA news,Bangkok."
Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan.Today's attack took place at a traditional council,or jirga in the tribal region of Darra Adam Khel in northwest frontier province.
Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan.In an attack late Saturday militants burnt a tower base station in Kandahar owned by the mobilephone company Roshan.In an earlier raid that destroyed a tower owned by Areeda,also in Kandahar province.
I'm Susan Niyaki,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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Stay tunes for a / coffee after this news update on VOA Music Mix.

I'm Susan Niyaki from the VOA newscenter in Washington.

 

Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin's hand-picked successor Dmitri Medvedev. Mr.Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term.But Medvedev has promised to name the outgoing president prime minister in a deal to ensure Mr.Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling station is closed in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad today.

 

Palestinian President Mahud Abbas has suspended Mideast peace talks in protest of Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. Israeli raids today killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21 month old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of the Hamas leader in Gaza Ismail Haneya.At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.

 

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new trap in relations between the two former enemies.After his arrival in Bagdad today, Mr.Ahmadinejad received a red carpet welcome from Iraqi President Jalal Talabani at the presidential residence.After the two leaders met,Mr.Ahmadinejad described the talks as very positive and said a developed and powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region.

 

The United States and South Korea have begun a robust weeklong series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incursion by North Korea.As it has often done in the past, Pyongyang is condemning the exercises, calling them a rehearsal for aggression against the North.VOA's Kurt Achin reports from Seoul.

 

"US and South Korean military officials say about 20,000 US personnel are taking part as well as significant portion of South Korean 680,000 military personnel.They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier U.S.S.Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port city of Busan. The week's exercises include field drills and computer simulations of the movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean Colonel Kim Sang-do says such drills help ensure the integrity of crucial supply lines in a potential battle scenario. Kim says the exercises will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea. As it has often done in the past, North Korea is issuing harsh public criticisms of the exercise.The North's main news agency quotes an army spokesman who describes the drills as madcap war exercises. A government newspaper in Pyongyang calls them reckless maneuvers for a war aggression against North Korea.Kurt Achin,VOA news,Seoul.

 

Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half the upper House,the Senate,marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy after the nation's September 2006 coup. Ron Corben reports from Bangkok.

 

"Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member Senate upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the Senate vote, election commission officials warned of a low voter turnout in the capital Bangkok amid signs of political apathy to the election. Under the vote, the 150 member senate comprises both elected and appointed senators, a move brought into place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed government following the September 2006 coup. The appointed members include retired soldiers and police and lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous senate failed to adequately act as a check and balance in the parliament. Ron Corden for VOA news,Bangkok."

 

Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today’s attack took place at a traditional council, or jirga in the tribal region of Darra Adam Khel in northwest frontier province.

 

Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday militants burnt a tower base station in Kandahar owned by the mobilephone company Roshan.In an earlier raid that destroyed a tower owned by Areeda,also in Kandahar province.

I'm Susan Niyaki,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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I am Susan Yankee, from the VOA news center in Washington. Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin 's handpicked successor Dmitry Medvedev. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term, but Medvedev had promised to name the outgoing president prime minister in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last police station's closing in N today. Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has suspected mediative peace talks in protest of Israel's military offensive against Hamaz militants in the Gaza Strip. Israeli raid today killed at least 16 Palestinians, including a 21 month old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of Hamas leader In Gaza I H. At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza. Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmedinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies. After his arrival in Baghdad today, Mr. Ahmedinejad received a red carpet welcome from Iraqi president Jalal Talabani at the presidential residence. After the two leaders met, Mr. Ahmedinejad described the talks is very positive and a developed, powerful and united Iraq befits the region. The United States and South Korea have started a robust week of series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incursion by North Korea. And It has opted down in the past Pyongyang yells comdeming the excerces, calling a number of rehearsals for aggression against the North. VOA's K L reports from Seoul. US and South korean military officals say about 20,000 US personnel taking part as well as a significant portion of South Korean 680,000 military personnel. They are supported for the first time by the aircaft carrier USS Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port of Phushart. The weeks' exercises include field drills and computer simulations of movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean Colonel J San-doo says such drills help ensure the integrity of pushing supply lines in a potential battle's area. J says the exercieses will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea. As it's often done in the past, North Korea is issuing a harsh public criticism of the exercises. The North's named news agency quotes an army spokesman who described the drills as Nat-capited war exercise. A goverment newpaper in Pyongyang calls them recoless maneuvers for a war aggression against North Korea. K L, VOA news, Seoul. Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half the upper house, the senate, marking the final step in return to parliamentary democracy after the country's September 2006 coup. H C reports from Bangkok. Thailand 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member senate, upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. As soon after Thailand polls closed for the senate vote, election commission officials warned of ? to turn out in the capital Bangkok and make science and political legacy to the election. Under the vote, 150 member senate comprised by elected and appointed senators will move and broght to places under the new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed goverment following the September 2006 coup. The appoined members include retired soldiers and police, lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely elected members. But analysts have argued previous senate failed to adequately act, check and balance in the parliament. W C for VOA news, Bangkok. Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's blast took place at a traditional council of J in the tribal region of D A T, in northwest frontier province. Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday militants burnt a tower base station In Kandahar owned by the mobile phone company R. In an earlier raid, they destroyed a tower owned by R also in Kandahar province. I am Susan Yankee, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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I am Susan Yankee, from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin 's handpicked successor Dmitry Medvedev. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term, but Medvedev had promised to name the outgoing president prime minister in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last police station's closing in N   today.

 

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has suspected mediative peace talks in protest of Israel's military offensive against Hamaz militants in the Gaza Strip.  Israeli raid today killed at least 16 Palestinians, including a 21 month old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of Hamas leader In Gaza I H. At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.

 

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmedinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies. After his arrival in Baghdad today, Mr. Ahmedinejad received a red carpet welcome from Iraqi president Jalal Talabani  at the presidential residence. After the two leaders  met, Mr. Ahmedinejad described the talks is very positive and a developed, powerful and united Iraq befits  the region.

 

The United States and South Korea have started a robust week of  series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incursion by North Korea. And It has opted down  in the past Pyongyang yells   comdeming the excerces, calling  a number of rehearsals for aggression against the North. VOA's K L reports from Seoul.

 

US and South korean military officals say about 20,000 US personnel taking part as well as a significant portion of South Korean 680,000 military personnel. They are supported for the first time by the aircaft carrier USS Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port of Phushart. The weeks' exercises include field drills and computer simulations of movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean Colonel J San-doo says such drills help ensure the integrity of pushing supply lines in a potential battle's area. J says the exercieses will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea. As it's often done in the past, North Korea is issuing a harsh public criticism of the exercises. The North's named  news agency quotes an army spokesman who described the drills as  Nat-capited war exercise. A goverment newpaper in Pyongyang calls them recoless maneuvers for a war aggression against North Korea. K L, VOA news, Seoul.

 

Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half  the  upper house, the senate, marking the final step in return to  parliamentary democracy after the country's September 2006 coup. H C reports from Bangkok.

 

Thailand 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member senate, upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. As soon after Thailand polls closed for the senate vote, election commission officials warned of ? to turn out in the capital Bangkok and make science and political legacy to the election. Under the vote, 150 member senate comprised  by elected and appointed senators will move and broght to  places under the new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed goverment following  the September 2006 coup. The appoined members include retired soldiers and police,  lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely elected  members. But analysts have argued previous senate failed to adequately act, check and balance in the parliament. W C for VOA news, Bangkok.

 

Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's blast took place at a traditional council of J in the tribal region of D A T, in northwest frontier province.

Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday militants burnt a tower base station In Kandahar owned by the mobile phone company R. In an earlier raid, they destroyed a tower owned by R also in Kandahar province.

 

I am Susan Yankee, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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

 

Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin's hand-picked successor, Dimitri Medvedev. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term. But Medvedev has promised to name the outgoing president prime minister, in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling stations closed in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad today.

 

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has suspended Mideast peace talks in protest of Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. Israeli raids today, killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21-month-old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of the Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh. At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.

 

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies. After his arrival in Bagdad today, Mr. Ahmadinejad received a red carpet welcome from Iraqi President Jalal Talabani at the presidential residence. After the two leaders met, Mr. Ahmadinejad described the talks as very positive and said a developed, powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region.

 

The United States and South Korea have begun a robust weeklong series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incursion by North Korea. As(录音中为and,显然为口误) it has often done in the past, Pyongyang is condemning the exercises, calling them a rehearsal for aggression against the North. VOA's Kurt Achin reports from Seoul.

 

US and South Korean military officials say about 20, 000 US personnel are taking part, as well as a significant portion of South Korea's 680, 000 military personnel. They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier U. S. S. Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port city of Pusan. The week's exercises include field drills and computer simulations of the movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean Colonel Kim Sang-do says such drills help ensure the integrity of crucial supply lines in a potential battle scenario. Kim says the exercises will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea. As it has often done in the past, North Korea is issuing harsh public criticisms of the exercise. The North's main news agency quotes an army spokesman who describes the drills as "madcap war exercises. " A government newspaper in Pyongyang calls them "reckless maneuvers for a war of aggression" against North Korea. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half the upper house, the Senate, marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy after the nation's September 2006 coup. Ron Corben reports from Bangkok.

 

Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member Senate upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the Senate vote, election commission officials warned of a low voter turnout in the capital, Bangkok, amid signs of political apathy to the election. Under the vote, the 150 member Senate comprises both elected and appointed senators - a move brought into place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed government following the September 2006 coup. The appointed members include retired soldiers and police and lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous Senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous Senate failed to adequately act as a check and balance in the parliament. Ron Corden for VOA News, Bangkok.

 

Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's attack took place at a traditional council, or jirga, in the tribal region of Darra Adam Khel in North-West Frontier Province.

 

Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday, militants burned a tower base station in Kandahar owned by the mobile phone company Roshan. In an earlier raid, they destroyed a tower owned by Areeba, also in Kandahar province.

 

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
 

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Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly thirteen the hug victory of Putin’s and pick the successor, the Mitri Vagraye. His Mr Putin’s brother by law for seeking a third consecutive term , but Vagray has promised name after going president, prime minister, and deal a shares with Putin were retain broad powers and influence after he turns expires in May. Expose and official resorts are expected to after a lasting polling spatial closed in politic and colleague in Guru today.

Palestine president Bamu Tabas has suspended the meeting peace talks and protested with Israel military offence against HAMAS militants in the Gaza strip. Israeli waves today killed at least six Palestine’s including a twenty-one-month old girl. Israeli war planes also destroyed the offices of the HAMAS leader in Gaza is Mani Hania. At least six people were killed on Saturday in Gaza.

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homework: 21:28 I am Susan Yiaki from the VOA news center in Washington. Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Platimier Putins and Pick successor. The Midtree medverniaf. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term but Medverniaf has promised to name the outgoing presient prime minister. in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will return broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling station is close in the votic Emclaiba calling in Grard today. Palestinian president Muhamud Abbas suspended mideast peace talks and protested Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza strip. Israeli raids today killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21 month old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the officers of the Hamas leader in Gaza Ismile Hania. At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza. 21:34 22:13 Iranian president Muhamad Amadenijard says his name are trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies after his arrival in Bagdad today Mr. Amadinijard received a red capit welcome from Iraqi president Judow Talibayi at the presidential residents. After the two leaders met with Amadinijard described the talks as very possitive and said a developed powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region. United States and south Korea have begun a rowbused week long series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incurgen by north Korea. And it has often done in the past Pingyang is condemning the exercises calling them a rehearsal for a aggression against the north. VOA's Kurd Ation reports from Seoul. US and south Korean military officials say about 20,000 US personnel are taking part as well as significant portion with south Korea's 680,000 military personnel. They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier US S-limit and several other US warships ducked near the southern port city of Fusan. The week's exercises include field drills and computer simulations of the movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean kirnal Kimsandou says such drills help ensure the integrity of crucial supply lines in the potential battles areal. Kim says the exercises will enhance the joint military capability of the US and south Korea. As it has often done in the past north Korea is issuing hash criticisms of the exercise, the north Nin news agency quote an army spokesman who describes the drills as mad cup war exercises. A government news paper in Pingyang calls them reculous manuvous for a war of aggression against north Korea. Kird Ation, VOA news, Seoul. Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for a half the upper house the senate marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy. After the nation's September 2006 coup. Run Corben reports from Bangkok. Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member senate upper house Sunday marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the senate vote. Election commission officials warned of a low but a turnout in the capital Bangkok admit signs of political legency to the election. Under the vote the 150 member senate complices both elected and pointed senators a move plotting to place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the pointed government following the September 2006 coup. The appointed members include retired soldiers, and police and lawmakers from the previous legislator as well as minority groups. The previous senate under the 1997 constitution comprise in Tardy of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous senate filed to adequately act it as a check and balance in the parliament. One Callbon for VOA news, Bangkok. Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's attack took place at a traditional council on Jega in the tribal region of Daratarm-Kill in northwest frontier province. Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack later Saturday militants burned a tower base station in Kandaha owned by the mobilephone company Rollshan. In an earlier raid the destroyed tower owned by a river also in Kandaha province. I am Susan Yiaki, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com. 22:36.
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    Stay tones for a Cusa coffee after the news update on VOA music mix.

    I am Sursey Yaken from the VOA centre in Washington.Russia voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Viadimi Putin's hand picked successor ** Mr Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consective term .But ** has promised to name outgoing priminster in a deal that insurances Mr Putin will retain broad powers and inflence after his term expired in May. Exposed and official results are expected after the lasting polling station closed in ** Clevland today.

    President Maka baba suspended Mideast peace talk in protest of Israel's military offensive against ** militans in the Gaza Strip.Israeli raids today killed at least 6 Palenistan includea a 21 months old girl.Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of the ** leader in Gaza is my year . At least 54 Panesian were killed on Saturday in Gaza.

   Iraeli President **says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new chaptel in relations between the two former enemies. After his arrival in Bagadam today.Mr Maka Dily received the red cupped welcome from Iraq president ** at the presidential residence.After the two president met,** describe the talk is very positive and said a developed in powerful and united Iraq benefit the region.

   United states and South Korea have began a roboust week long series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeated any incursion by north korea.As it has often been done in the past, Yang Yi condemning the exercises, calling them will rehearsal for aggresion against the north.** reports from Seoul.

   US and south Korean military officials says about 20,000 US personnal taking part as well as siganificant portions of South Korea 680,000 military personnal.They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier USS ** and serveral other US warships docked near the southern port city of Husan. The week's exercise include field drills and computer simulation of the movement personnal and equipment .South Korea Colonel *** says such drills help ensuring the integrity of crucial supply lines a potential battle *.Kim says the exercise will inhance the joint military capability of th US and South Korea.As it has often done in the past, north Korea is issuing harsh public criticisms of the exercise.The North's main news agency quotes an army spokesman who describe the drills as a madcap war exercis.A government newspaper in Zhong yang calles them a reckless maneuvers for a war aggresion against North Korea.Kurd vision VOA news.  

  Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half the upper House,the Senate,marking the final step in the return to

parliamentary democracy after the nation's September 2006 coup. Ron Corben reports from Bangkok.

   "Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member Senate upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the Senate vote, election commission officials warned of a low voter turnout in the capital Bangkok amid signs of political apathy to the election. Under the vote, the 150 member senate comprises both elected and appointed senators, a move brought into place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed government following the September 2006 coup. The appointed members include retired soldiers and police and lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous senate failed to adequately act as a check and balance in the parliament. Ron Corden for VOA news,Bangkok." Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today’s attack took place at a traditional council, or jirga in the tribal region of Darra Adam Khel in northwest frontier province.

   Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday militants burnt a tower base station in Kandahar owned by the mobilephone company Roshan.In an earlier raid that destroyed a tower owned by Areeda,also in Kandahar province.

    I'm Susan Niyaki,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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   I am Susan Yiaki from the VOA news center in Washington.

   Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Platimier Putins and Pick successor. The Mid-- medver---. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term but Medver-- has promised to name the outgoing presient prime minister. in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will return broad powers and influence after his term expires in May.Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling station is close in the votic Em-- calling in Grard today.Palestinian president Muhamud Abbas suspended mideast peace talks and protested Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza strip. Israeli raids today killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21 month old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the officers of the Hamas leader in Gaza Ismile Hania.At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.

   Iranian president Muhamad Am----says his name are trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies after his arrival in Bagdad today Mr. Amad--- received a red capit welcome from Iraqi president JT at the presidential residents.After the two leaders met with Amad---described the talks as very possitive and said a developed powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region. United States and south Korea have begun a rowbused week long series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incurgen by north Korea.And it has often done in the past Pingyang is condemning the exercises calling them a rehearsal for a aggression against the north. VOA's K

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   Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for a half the upper house the senate marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy. After the nation's September 2006 coup. Run Corben reports from Bangkok. Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member senate upper house Sunday marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament.But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the senate vote. Election commission officials warned of a low but a turnout in the capital Bangkok admit signs of political legency to the election. Under the vote the 150 member senate complices both elected and pointed senators a move plotting to place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the pointed government following the September 2006 coup.The appointed members include retired soldiers, and police and lawmakers from the previous legislator as well as minority groups. The previous senate under the 1997 constitution comprise in Tardy of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous senate failed to adequately act it as a check and balance in the parliament. ---Callbon for VOA news, Bankok.

   Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's attack took place at a traditional council on Juga in the tribal region of D----Kill in northwest frontier province.Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack later Saturday militants burned a tower base station in Kandaha owned by the mobilephone company R---. In an earlier raid the destroyed tower owned by a river also in Kandaha province.

    I am Susan Yiaki, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

  

on greatsea (greatsea一直都听得好好哦~赞叹一下呵呵:))

 

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

 

Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin's hand-picked successor, Dimitri Medvedev. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term. But Medvedev has promised to name the outgoing president prime minister, in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling stations closed in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad today.

 

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has suspended Mideast peace talks in protest at Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. Israeli raids today killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21-month-old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of the Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh. At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.

 

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies. After his arrival in Bagdad today, Mr. Ahmadinejad received a red-carpet welcome from Iraqi President Jalal Talabani at the presidential residence. After the two leaders met, Mr. Ahmadinejad described the talks as very positive and said a developed, powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region.

 

The United States and South Korea have begun a robust week-long series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incursion by North Korea. As it has often done in the past, Pyongyang is condemning the exercises, calling them a rehearsal for aggression against the North. VOA's Kurt Achin reports from Seoul.

 

US and South Korean military officials say about 20, 000 US personnel are taking part, as well as a significant portion of South Korea's 680, 000 military personnel. They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier U. S. S. Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port city of Pusan. The week's exercises include field drills and computer simulations of the movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean Colonel Kim Sang-do says such drills help ensure the integrity of crucial supply lines in a potential battle scenario. Kim says the exercises will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea. As it has often done in the past, North Korea is issuing harsh public criticisms of the exercise. The North's main news agency quotes an army spokesman who describes the drills as "madcap war exercises. " A government newspaper in Pyongyang calls them "reckless maneuvers for a war of aggression" against North Korea. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half the upper house, the Senate, marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy after the nation's September 2006 coup. Ron Corben reports from Bangkok.

 

Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member Senate upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the Senate vote, election commission officials warned of a low voter turnout in the capital, Bangkok, amid signs of political apathy to the election. Under the vote, the 150 member Senate comprises both elected and appointed senators - a move brought into place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed government following the September 2006 coup. The appointed members include retired soldiers and police and lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous Senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous Senate failed to adequately act as a check and balance in the parliament. Ron Corben for VOA News, Bangkok.

 

Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's attack took place at a traditional council, or jirga, in the tribal region of Darra Adam Khel in North-West Frontier Province.

 

Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday, militants burned a tower base station in Kandahar owned by the mobile phone company Roshan. In an earlier raid, they destroyed a tower owned by Areeba, also in Kandahar province.

 

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.

这个慢慢陌生的普特

那些渐渐远去的记忆
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语

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四月一直听得很好啊

 

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

 

Russian voters are choosing a new president in an election nearly certain to hand victory to Vladimir Putin's hand-picked successor, Dimitri Medvedev. Mr. Putin is barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term. But Medvedev has promised to name the outgoing president prime minister, in a deal that ensures Mr. Putin will retain broad powers and influence after his term expires in May. Exit polls and official results are expected after the last polling stations close in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad today.

 

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has suspended Mideast peace talks in protest at Israel's military offensive against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. Israeli raids today killed at least 6 Palestinians including a 21-month-old girl. Israeli warplanes also destroyed the offices of the Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh. At least 54 Palestinians were killed Saturday in Gaza.

 

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his landmark trip to Iraq has opened a new chapter in relations between the two former enemies. After his arrival in Baghdad today, Mr. Ahmadinejad received a red-carpet welcome from Iraqi President Jalal Talabani at the presidential residence. After the two leaders met, Mr. Ahmadinejad described the talks as very positive and said a developed, powerful and united Iraq will benefit the region.

 

The United States and South Korea have begun a robust week-long series of annual military exercises aimed at ensuring the two allies can deter and defeat any incursion by North Korea. And(听起来就是and,但根据语义应为as,可能播音员口误了) it has often done in the past, Pyongyang is condemning the exercises, calling them a rehearsal for aggression against the North. VOA's Kurt Achin reports from Seoul.
                         
US and South Korean military officials say about 20,000 US personnel are taking part, as well as a significant portion of South Korea's 680,000 military personnel. They are supported for the first time by the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and several other US warships docked near the southern port city of Busan. The week's exercises include field drills and computer simulations of the movement of personnel and equipment. South Korean Colonel Kim Sang-do says such drills help ensure the integrity of crucial supply lines in a potential battle scenario. Kim says the exercises will enhance the joint military capability of the US and South Korea. As it has often done in the past, North Korea is issuing harsh public criticisms of the exercise. The North's main news agency quotes an army spokesman who describes the drills as "madcap war exercises." A government newspaper in Pyongyang calls them "reckless maneuvers for a war of aggression" against North Korea. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.                                          
      
Voters in Thailand went to the polls today for elections for half the upper house, the Senate, marking the final step in the return to parliamentary democracy after the nation's September 2006 coup. Ron Corben reports from Bangkok.

 

Thailand's 76 provinces elected one senator to the new 150 member Senate upper house Sunday, marking a key step to the return of democracy and an elected parliament. But soon after Thailand's polls closed for the Senate vote, election commission officials warned of a low voter turnout in the capital, Bangkok, amid signs of political apathy to the election. Under the vote, the 150 member Senate comprises both elected and appointed senators - a move brought into place under a new constitution passed by referendum during the appointed government following the September 2006 coup. The appointed members include retired soldiers and police and lawmakers from the previous legislature as well as minority groups. The previous Senate under the 1997 constitution comprised entirely of elected members. But analysts have argued the previous Senate failed to adequately act as a check and balance in the parliament. Ron Corben for VOA News, Bangkok.

 

Pakistani security officials say a suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people and wounded many others at a tribal meeting in northwestern Pakistan. Today's attack took place at a traditional council, or jirga, in the tribal region of Darra Adam Khel in northwest frontier province.

 

Afghan police say suspected Taliban militants have destroyed two telephone towers in southern Afghanistan. In an attack late Saturday, militants burned a tower base station in Kandahar owned by the mobile phone company Roshan. In an earlier raid, they destroyed a tower owned by Areeba, also in Kandahar province.

 

I'm Susan Yackee, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

 

red-carpet: special treatment or hospitality.a. 铺红地毯的(隆重的) a red-carpet welcome
USS Nimitz: it is a supercarrier in the United States Navy, the lead ship of its class. She is one of the largest warships in the world. 下面就是一张USS Nimitz 的图。
dock: n. 码头 v. 靠码头,入坞
madcap:  characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation.a. 卤莽的,狂妄的
apathy: an absence of emotion or enthusiasm.n. 缺乏感情或兴趣,冷漠
jirga: a Pashto term for a decision making assembly of male elders. n. 族长会议

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Rejoicing in hope;
Patient in tribulation.  

做某种植物, 可以尽情接受雨的洗礼.

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