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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

 

[1] In Malaysia the opposition Democratic Action Party has ousted the ruling National Front Coalition in the northern state of Penang during general elections Saturday. Officials and media say the Democratic Action Party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the state legislature. Other opposition parties are expected to win at least 6 other seats in Penang. The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party will keep control of the northeastern state of Kelantan. Since voting started early Saturday there have been accusations of violence and attempts to illegally influence the vote.

 

 

[2] Iraqi security forces have found 100 dead bodies in a large burial area north of Baghdad. It is one of the largest burial areas found in the country in months. American and Iraqi military officials did not say who was responsible for the grave or who the victims were.

 

[3] In other news, American and Iraqi officials are expected to hold talks in Baghdad on agreements that will guide future relations between the two countries. The talks are aimed at reaching two main agreements. Officials say one agreement will be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations. The other agreement will provide a legal explanation for having American forces on Iraqi territory.

 

 

[4] Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkey to invest in his country as part of a cooperative relationship. Mr. Talabani met with a group of Turkish investors Saturday in Ankara. He told the group that Iraq wants to establish relations in every area including economic, political and cultural. The President says Iraq is prepared to support Turkish companies in every area of the country. Mr. Talabani is in Turkey to ease tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into northern Iraq.

 

 

[5] In Afghanistan thousands of people demonstrated Saturday they were protesting the publication in Denmark of a cartoon picture of the Prophet Mohammed. Demonstrators in Harat called out words "denouncing Denmark" for insulting Islam. The picture was one of 12 that led to riots across the Moslem world when they were first published in 2006. Several Danish newspapers published the picture again last month to show support for its artist. Police recently learned about a plot to kill the artist. Moslems consider any images of the Prophet to be a sign of disrespect.

 

 

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[ 本帖最后由 Secretsun 于 2008-3-9 21:14 编辑 ]

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

 

In Malaysia the opposition democratic action party has oustered  the ruling national front coalition in the northern state of Malay during general elections saturday. Officials and media say the democratic action party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the state legislature .Other opposition parties are expexted to win at least 6 other seats in Penang.The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party will keep control of the northeastern state of Kelantan.Since voting started early saturday there have been accusations of violence and tends to illegally influence the vote.

 

 

Iraqi security forces have found 100 dead bodies in a large burial area north of Baghdad.It is one of the largest burial areas found in the country in months.American and Iraqi officials did not say who was responsible for the grave or who the victims were.

In other news American and Iraqi officials are expected to hold talks in Baghdad on agreements that will guide future relations between the two countries.The talks are aimed at reaching two main ageements.Officials say one ageement will be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations.The other agreement would provide a legal presence for having American forces on Iraqi territory.

 

 

Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkey to invest in his country as part of a cooperative relationship.Mr.Talabani met with a group of Turkish investers saturday in Ankara.He told the group that Iraq wants to establish relations in every area including economic,political and cultural.The President says Iraq is prepared to support Turkish companies in every area of the country.Mr.Talabani is in Turkey  to ease tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into northern Iraq.

 

 

In Afghanistan thousands of people demonstrated saturday they were protesting the publication in Denmark of a cartoon picture of the Prophet Mohammed. Demonstrators in Harat called out words "denouncing Denmark" for insulting Islam.The picture was one of 12 that led to riots across the Moslem world when they were first published in 2006.Several Danish newspapers pubilished the picture again to show support for it's artist.Police recently learned about a plot to kill the artist.Moslems consider any images of the Prophet to be a sign of disrespect.

 

 

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On above(omsys)                        标红功能用不成 ----我帮你改好了。。不过你怎么把Baghdad对的,改成Bagdad错的了,是不是参照金山了?同时论坛的新规则已经写明,一律不准使用on above之类省略用户名的用法,这次先警告一下!下次要扣积分的---sfere


It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1] In Malaysia the opposition democratic action party has oustered the ruling national front coalition in the northern state of Penang during general elections Saturday. Officials and media say the democratic action party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the state legislature .Other opposition parties are expected to win at least 6 other seats in Penang. The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party will keep control of the northeastern state of Kelantan. Since voting started early Saturday there have been accusations of violence and tends to illegally influence the vote.

 

[2] Iraqi security forces have found 100 dead bodies in a large burial area north of Bagdad. It is one of the largest burial areas found in the country in months. American and Iraqi officials did not say who was responsible for the grave or who the victims were. In other news, American and Iraqi officials are expected to hold talks in Bagdad on agreements that will guide future relations between the two countries. The talks are aimed at reaching two main ageements. Officials say one ageement will be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations. The other agreement would provide a legal explanation for having American forces on Iraqi territory.

 

[3] Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkey to invest in his country as part of a cooperative relationship. Mr. Talabani met with a group of Turkish investers Saturday in Ankara. He told the group that Iraq wants to establish relations in every area including economic, political and cultural. The President says Iraq is prepared to support Turkish companies in every area of the country. Mr. Talabani is in Turkey to ease tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into northern Iraq.

 

[4] In Afghanistan thousands of people demonstrated Saturday they were protesting the publication in Denmark of a cartoon picture of the Prophet Mohammed. Demonstrators in Harat called out words "denouncing Denmark" for insulting Islam. The picture was one of 12 that led to riots across the Moslem world when they were first published in 2006. Several Danish newspapers pubilished the picture again /last month/ to show support for its artist. Police recently learned about a plot to kill the artist. Moslems consider any images of the Prophet to be a sign of disrespect.

 

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[ 本帖最后由 sfere 于 2008-3-9 12:43 编辑 ]
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.


[1] In Malaysia the opposition Democratic Action Party has ousted the ruling national front coalition in the northern state of Penang during general elections Saturday. Officials and media say the democratic action party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the State Legislature .Other opposition parties are expected to win at least 6 other seats in Penang. The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party will keep control of the northeastern state of Kelantan. Since voting started early Saturday there have been accusations of violence and tends to illegally influence the vote.


[2] Iraqi security forces have found 100 dead bodies in a large burial area north of Baghdad. It is one of the largest burial areas found in the country in months. American and Iraqi military officials did not say who was responsible for the grave or who the victims were. In other news, American and Iraqi officials are expected to hold talks in Baghdad on agreements that will guide future relations between the two countries. The talks are aimed at reaching two main agreements. Officials say one agreement will be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations. The other agreement would provide a legal explanation for having American forces on Iraqi territory.


[3] Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkey to invest in his country as part of a cooperative relationship. Mr. Talabani met with a group of Turkish investors Saturday in Ankara. He told the group that Iraq wants to establish relations in every area including economic, political and cultural. The President says Iraq is prepared to support Turkish companies in every area of the country. Mr. Talabani is in Turkey to ease tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into northern Iraq.


[4] In Afghanistan thousands of people demonstrated Saturday they were protesting the publication in Denmark of a cartoon picture of the Prophet Mohammed. Demonstrators in Harat called out words "denouncing Denmark" for insulting Islam. The picture was one of 12 that led to riots across the Moslem world when they were first published in 2006. Several Danish newspapers published the picture again last month to show support for its artist. Police recently learned about a plot to kill the artist. Moslems consider any images of the Prophet to be a sign of disrespect.


You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.


第一次发帖,我还是不会标红。。。s&d^65

[ 本帖最后由 sfere 于 2008-3-9 15:44 编辑 ]
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homework

 

It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1] In Malaysia the opposition Democratic Action Party has ousted the ruling National Front Coalition in the northern state of Penang during general elections Saturday. Officials and media say the Democratic Action Party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the state legislature. Other opposition parties are expected to win at least six other seats in Penang. The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party will keep control of the northeastern state of Kelantan. Since voting started early Saturday there have been accusations of violence and attempts to illegal influence the vote.

 

[2] Iraqi security forces have found 100 dead bodies in a large burial area north of Baghdad. It is one of the largest burial areas found in the country in months. American and Iraqi military officials did not say who was responsible for the grave or who the victims were. In other news American and Iraqi officials are expected to hold talks in Baghdad on agreements that will guide future relations between the two countries. The talks had aimed at reaching two main agreements. Officials say one agreement will be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations. The other agreement would provide a legal explanation for having American forces on Iraqi territory.

 

[3] Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkey to invest in his country as a part of a cooperative relationship. Mr. Talabani met with a group of Turkish investors Saturday in Ankara. He told the group that Iraq wants to establish relations in every area including economic, political and cultural. The president says Iraq is prepared to support Turkish companies in every area of the country. Mr. Talabani is in Turkey to ease tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into northern Iraq.

 

[4] In Afghanistan thousands of people demonstrated Saturday. They were protesting the publication in Denmark of a cartoon picture of the Prophet Muhammand. Demonstrators in Herat called out words denouncing Denmark for insulting Islam. The picture was one of 12 that let to riots across the Muslim world when they were first published in 2006. Several Danish newspapers published the picture again last month to show support for its artist. Police recently learned about a plot to kill the artist. Muslims consider any images of the prophet to be a sign of disrespect.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

抱歉。。。格式也一团糟。。。
请求斑竹删了我的帖子吧,我下次好好努力~~~

 

给你添麻烦了。。。

 

---不用客气,偶已经帮你改好了!希望常来1530听写---sfere

[ 本帖最后由 sfere 于 2008-3-9 15:45 编辑 ]

on above

 

It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.


[1] In Malaysia the opposition Democratic Action Party has ousted the ruling National Front Coalition in the northern state of Penang during general elections Saturday. Officials and media say the Democratic Action Party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the state legislature. Other opposition parties are expected to win at least 6 other seats in Penang. The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party will keep control of the northeastern state of Kelantan. Since voting started early Saturday there have been accusations of violence and attempts to illegally influence the vote.


[2] Iraqi security forces have found 100 dead bodies in a large burial area north of Baghdad. It is one of the largest burial areas found in the country in months. American and Iraqi military officials did not say who was responsible for the grave or who the victims were.

 

[3] In other news, American and Iraqi officials are expected to hold talks in Baghdad on agreements that will guide future relations between the two countries. The talks are aimed at reaching two main agreements. Officials say one agreement will be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations. The other agreement will provide a legal explanation for having American forces on Iraqi territory.


[4] Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkey to invest in his country as part of a cooperative relationship. Mr. Talabani met with a group of Turkish investors Saturday in Ankara. He told the group that Iraq wants to establish relations in every area including economic, political and cultural. The President says Iraq is prepared to support Turkish companies in every area of the country. Mr. Talabani is in Turkey to ease tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into northern Iraq.


[5] In Afghanistan thousands of people demonstrated Saturday they were protesting the publication in Denmark of a cartoon picture of the Prophet Mohammed. Demonstrators in Harat called out words "denouncing Denmark" for insulting Islam. The picture was one of 12 that led to riots across the Moslem world when they were first published in 2006. Several Danish newspapers published the picture again last month to show support for its artist. Police recently learned about a plot to kill the artist. Moslems consider any images of the Prophet to be a sign of disrespect.


You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
 

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Homework

 

It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1] In Malaysia, the opposition Democratic Action Party has ousted the ruling national from coalition in the northern state Penang during general election Saturday. Officials and media say the Democratic Action Party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the state legislature. Other opposition parties are expected to win at least 6 other seats in Penang. The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party would keep control of northeastern state of Kelantan. Since voting started early Saturday, there have been accusations of violence and tends to illegally influents the vote. 

 

[2] Iraqi security forces have found 100 died bodies in a large burial area north of Baghdad. It is one of largest burial areas found in the country in a month. American and Iraqi military officials did not say who was responsible for the grave or who the victims were. 

[3] In other news, American and Iraqi officials are expected to hold talks in Baghdad on agreements that would guide future relations between the two countries. The talks are aimed at region two main agreements. Officials say one agreement would be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations. The other agreement would provide a legal explanation for having American forces on Iraqi territory. 

 

[4] Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkish to invest in his country as party of cooperative relationship. Mr. Talabani met with a group of Turkish investors Saturday in Ankara. He told the group that Iraq wants to establish relations in every area including economic, political and cultural. The president said Iraq is prepared to support Turkish companies in every area of the country. Mr. Talabani is in Turkey to easy tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into northern Iraq.  

 

[5] In Afghanistan, thousands of people demonstrated Saturday. They were protesting the publication in Denmark of carton picture of Prophet Muhammad. Demonstrators in Herat called out words denouncing the Denmark for insulting Islam. The picture was one of 12 that led to riots across Muslim world when they were first published in 2006. Several Danish newspapers published the picture again last month to show support for its artist. Police recently learned about a plot to kill the artist. Moslems consider any images of prophet to be a sign of disrespect. 

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

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Homework

It is 15:30 Universal time.  I am Steven Ember in Washington.

 

[1] In Malaysia, the opposition of Democratic Action Party has ousted the ruling national from coalition in the northern state Penang during general elections Saturday.  Officials and Medias say the Democratic Action Party is leading in races for at least 17 of the 40 seats in the state legislature.  Other opposition parties are expected to win at least 6 other seats in Penang.  The opposition Pan-Malaysian Party would keep control of the northeasten state of Kelantan.  Since voting started early Saturday, there have been accusations of violence and tends to illegally influence the boat.

 

Malaysia

ousted

legislature

accusations

 

[2] Iraqi Security Official has found 100 died bodies in the large barea area north of Baghdad.  It was one of the largest areas found in the country in month.  American and Iraqi Military Officials did not say who was responsable to the grave or who the victim were.  In other news American and Iraqi officials are respected to hold talks in Baghdad on the agreements that will guide future relations between the two countries.  The talk agent two agreements.  Official say one agreement will be a guiding plan for American and Iraqi relations.  The other agreement would provide a illigle explaination for having American forces on Iraqi territory.

 

[3] Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is urging Turkish to invest to his country as party of cooperative relationship.  Mr. Talabani met with a group of Turkish investors on Ankara. He told the group that Iraq want to establish the relations in the every area including economic, political and culture.  The president said Iraq is preparing to support Turkish companies in every area of the country.  Mr. Talabani is in Turkey to easy tensions caused by the offensive last month by the Turkish military into Northern Iraq.

 

Iraqi President Jalal Talabani
Turkish 

Ankara

 

[4] In Afghanistan, thousand of people demonstrated Saturday. they were protesting the publication in Denmark of Catoon picture of the prophet of Muhammad.  Demonstrators in Herat called out the words denouncing the Denmark for insulting Islam.  The picture was one of 12 that led to riots across the Muslim world when they first published in 2006.  Several Danish newspapers published the picture again last month to show support for its artist.  Police recently learn about the plot to kill the artist.  Muslims consider any image of prophet to be a sign of disrespect.

 

demonstrated : march in protest; take part in a demonstration

protesting

Denmark : a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe; consists of the mainland of Jutland and many islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea

prophet of Muhammad : the Arab prophet who, according to Islam, was the last messenger of Allah (570-632))

denouncing : speak out against

insulting Islam : a rude expression intended to offend or hurt

plot : plan secretly, usually something illegal

 

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