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BBC News with John Jason.

 

At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shiite militia, the Mahdi Army, in the southern city of Basra. The military operation is being led by the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who says it's aimed at cleaning up Basra of criminals, terrorist forces and outlaws. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad.

 

The fighting in Basra has been fierce. The Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation's commander said that they were targeting outlaws, in reality that seems to mean the Mahdi Army, the powerful Shiite militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved, but the coalition provided air cover. As night fell, the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mahdi Army clashed with another Shiite militia. The group also took control of several areas in the city of Kout between Baghdad and Basra.

 

The US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has been explaining how she came to misrepresent a visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week Mrs. Clinton said she had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. But TV footage has emerged showing a different version of events, as Kevin Connolly reports from Washington.

 

Hillary Clinton's original description of her arrival at Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid and thrilling, and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke, for example, of how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned, a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senator Clinton, plenty of television footage has survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and then strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.

 

You're listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of 5000 households is one of the most carefully watched measures of confidence in the US. Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

 

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, The Conference Board, said that consumers' confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said that they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the jobs market and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumers' willingness to spend in the coming month that in turn is vital for the economic outlook, because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

 

Riot police have clashed with several thousand opposition activists in the Belarus capital Minsk as they broke up a demonstration held in defiance of a government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violently dragging them onto waiting buses. Human rights activists say more than 100 people have been detained.

 

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year's budget. Fourteen other senior officials in the Health Ministry have been suspended.

 

The Lebanese government has announced that it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president had made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-backed Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

 

BBC News.

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At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shiite militia the Mahdi Army in the southern sity of Basra. The military operation is being led by the prime minister Nouri al-Maliki, who says it's aimed at cleaning up Basra of criminals, terrorist forces and outlaws.  XXX reports from Baghdad:
The fighting in Basra has been fierce, the Iraqi army fired heavy artilery. The operation's commader said they were targeting outlaws, reality that seems to the mean the Mahdi army, the powerful Shiite militia by Moqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved, but the coalition provided aircover. As night fell, the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of iraq. In the capital, members of the Madhi Army clashed with another Shiite militia. The group also took control of several areas in the city of Kout between Baghdad and Basra.

 

The US presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton is being explaining how she came to mis-represent a visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week Mrs. Clinton said she had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. The TV footage has emerged showing a different version of events. As XXX reports from Washington:
Hilary Clinton's original description of her arrival at Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid, thrilling and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke of, for example, how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned, a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senate Clinton, plenty of television footages survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and then strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.

 

You're listening to world news from BBC.

 

A regular monthly survey of American consummer shows confidence in American economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of 5000 households is one of the most carefully watch measures  of confidence in the US. Our economic correspondent XXX reports:
A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, the conference board, said the consumers' confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the jobs market and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumers' willingness to spend in the coming month, that in turn is vital for the economic outlook, because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

 

Riot police have clashed with several thousand opposition activists in the Belarus capital Minsk as they broke a demonstration held in defiance of a government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violantly tragged them onto the waiting buses. Human rights activists said more than 100 people had been detained.

 

The government in Nigeria says the health minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. The presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year's budget. 14 other senior officials in the health ministry have been suspended.

 

The Labonese government has announced it wil boycott the Abrab summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The information minister Ghazi al-Iridi parliament's failure to elect a president made it impossible for Labonon to attend the meeting. The western-backed Labonese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

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BBC News with John Jason.

At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shiite militia, the Mahdi Army, in the southern city of Basra. The military operation is being led by the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who says it's aimed at cleaning up Basra of criminals, terrorist forces and outlaws. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad:

The fighting in Basra has been fierce, the Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation's commander said that they were targeting outlaws, reality that seems to / mean the Mahdi Army, the powerful Shiite militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved, but the coalition provided air cover. As night fell, the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mahdi Army clashed with another Shiite militia. The group also took control of several areas in the city of Kout between Baghdad and Basra.

The US presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton has been explaining how she came to a mis-representative visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week Mrs. Clinton said she had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. The TV footages / emerged showing a different version of events. As Kevin Connolly reports from Washington.

Hilary Clinton's original description of her arrival at Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid and thrilling, and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke /, for example, how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned, a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senator Clinton, plenty of television footages survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and then strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.

You're listening to World News from the BBC.

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of 5000 households is one of the most carefully watch measures of confidence in the US. Our economic correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, The Conference Board, said the consumers' confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said that they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the jobs market and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumers' willingness to spend in the coming month, that in turn is vital for the economic outlook, because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

Riot police have clashed with several thousand opposition activists in the Belarus capital Minsk as they broke up a demonstration held in defiance of a government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violently tragging them onto / waiting buses. Human rights activists said more than 100 people had been detained.

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year's budget. 14 other senior officials in the Health Ministry have been suspended.

The Lebanese government has announced it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president had made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-backed Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

BBC News.
[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-3-26 18:41 编辑 ]
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BBC News with John Jason.

 

At least 30 people have been killed in a heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shia militia, the Mehdi Army in the southern city of Basra. The military operation has been led by Prime Minister Nouri Maliki who says it has aimed at clearing up barriers of criminal, terrorist forces in outlaws. // reports from Baghdad.

 

The fighting in Basra has been fierce. The Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation’s commander said they were targeting outlaws, in reality that seems to mean the Mehdi Army, the powerful Shia militia led by Muqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved. But the coalition provided the air cover as night fell the violence abated. There is also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mehdi Army clashed with another Shia militia. The group also took control of several other areas in the city of // between Baghdad and Basra.

 

The US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has been explaining how she came to misrepresent a visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week, Mrs. Clinton says she yet had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. But TV footages emerged showing a different version of events. As // reports from Washington.

 

Hillary Clinton’s originally description of her arrive in Tuzla airport was vivid and thrilling and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke, for example, of how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned as a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senate Clinton, plenty of television footage has survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival, which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left the aircraft and strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.   

 

You are listening to world news from the BBC.

 

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of five thousand households is one of the most carefully watch measures of confidence in the US. Our economic correspondent // reports.

 

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, the conference board, said consumer’s confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the job market, and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumer’s willingness to spend in the coming month that in turn is vital for economic outlook, because consumer’s spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

 

Riot police have clashed with several thousand oppositional activists in the Belarus capital Minsk, cause they broke up a demonstration held in defense of government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowed, beating protestors with truncheons, and violently dragging them onto the waiting buses. Human rights activists say more than 100 people have been detained.

 

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigerian’s anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year’s budget. 14 other senior officials in the health ministry have been suspended.           

 

The Lebanese government has announced it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president has made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-back Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

BBC News.

[ 本帖最后由 woodsouth 于 2008-3-27 15:50 编辑 ]
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你好,没有标准的文稿,需要大家共同参与听写修改,最后斑竹整理出来。

是大家集体智慧的结晶!也期待你的积极参与。

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[ 本帖最后由 woodsouth 于 2008-3-27 15:43 编辑 ]

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BBC News with John Jason:

 

At least 30 people have been killed in a heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shia militia, the Mehdi Army in the southern city of Basra. The military operation has been led by Prime Minister Nouri Maliki who says it has aimed at clearing up barriers of criminal, terrorist forces in outlaws. Christian Sorrow reports from Baghdad.

 

The fighting in Basra has been fierce. The Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation’s commander said they were targeting outlaws, in reality that seems to mean the Mehdi Army, the powerful Shia militia led by Muqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved. But the coalition provided the air cover as night fell the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mehdi Army clashed with another Shia militia. The group also took control of several other areas in the city of Kurt between Baghdad and Basra.

 

The US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has been explaining how she came to misrepresent a visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week, Mrs. Clinton says she yet had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. But TV footages emerged showing a different version of events. As // reports from Washington.

 

Hillary Clinton’s originally description of her arrive in Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid and thrilling and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke, for example, of how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned as a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senate Clinton, plenty of television footage survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival, which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.   

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of five thousand households is one of the most carefully watch measures of confidence in the US. Our economic correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

 

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, the conference board, said consumer’s confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the job market, and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumer’s willingness to spend in the coming months that in turn is vital for economic outlook, because consumer’s spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

 

Riot police have clashed with several thousand oppositional activists in the Belarus capital Minsk, because they broke up a demonstration held in defense of government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowed, beating protestors with truncheons, and bome, and dragging them onto waiting buses. Human rights activists say more than 100 people have been detained.

 

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigerian’s anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year’s budget. 14 other senior officials in the health ministry have been suspended.           

 

The Lebanese government has announced it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president has made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-back Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

BBC News.

 

[ 本帖最后由 woodsouth 于 2008-3-27 15:48 编辑 ]

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下次最好能贴出完整的听写稿,以方便别人接着修改。——woodsouth

 

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The operation's commander said that they were targeting outlaws, (in) reality that seems to mean the Mahdi Army, the powerful Shiite militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr.

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Last week Mrs. Clinton said she had to run to avoid a sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. The TV footage has emerged showing a different version of events.

...

 

 

Riot police have clashed with several thousand opposition activists in the Belarus capital Minsk as they broke  up a demonstration held in defiance of a government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violently dragging them onto waiting buses. Human rights activists said more than 100 people had been detained.

...

The western-backed Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

[ 本帖最后由 woodsouth 于 2008-3-27 16:06 编辑 ]
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BBC News with John Jason.

At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shia militia, the Mehdi army in the southern city of Basra. The military operation had been led by the Prime Minister Nouri Maliki who says its aim to cleaning up Basra of criminals terrorists forces in outlaws. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad.

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The US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has been explaining how she came to miss represent her visit she made in / during the 1990s. Last week, Mrs Clinton said she had to run to avoid / when she / airport in the after/. But TV fortine, she emerged showing a different version of the event. Kevin Connolly reports from Washington.

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You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of 5000 hassles is one of the most carefully watched measures of confidence in the US. Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

A senior / of the agency which runs the survey, the conference board said the consumers’ confidence in the states of economy continuous to fade. She said that they quite pessimistic about the outlook for the jobs market and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as given important clues about consumers’ willingness to spend in the coming months. That in turn is vital for the economic outlook because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

 

/ police are clashed with several thousands of / in the / capital / because they broke up the demonstration held in advance/. Reports say that police waded into the crowd, beating protestors with / dragging them onto the waiting buses. / said more than 100 people had been detained.

 

The government in Nigeria says the health minister has resigned out of being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister/ and her deputy / had been accused by the Nigeria’s anticorruption agency of stealing more than 3million dollars in unspent funds from last year budget. 40 others senior officials and the health military have been suspended.

 

The Lebanese government has announced that they will / due to beheld this weekend in the / capital /. Information Minister / said parliament repeated failure to let the president, and made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The Western back Lebanese government accused its serious of / and blocking the election of a new president. A charged serire denies.

 

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BBC News with John Jason.

At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shiite militia, the Mahdi Army, in the southern city of Basra. The military operation is being led by the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who says it's aimed at cleaning up Basra of criminals, terrorist forces and outlaws. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad:

The fighting in Basra has been fierce, the Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation's commander said that they were targeting outlaws, reality that seems to mean the Mahdi Army, the powerful Shiite militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved, but the coalition provided air cover. As night fell, the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mahdi Army clashed with another Shiite militia. The group also took control of several areas in the city of Kout between Baghdad and Basra. 

The US presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton has been explaining how she came to a mis-representative  visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week Mrs. Clinton said she had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. The TV footages she has emerged showing a different version of events. As Kevin Connolly reports from Washington.

Hilary Clinton's original description of her arrival at Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid and thrilling, and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke /, for example, how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned, a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senator Clinton, plenty of television footages survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and then strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.

You're listening to World News from BBC.

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of 5000 households is one of the most carefully-watched measures  of confidence in the US. Our economic correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, The Conference Board, said the consumers' confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the jobs market and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumers' willingness to spend in the coming month, that in turn is vital for the economic outlook, because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

Riot police have clashed with several thousand opposition activists in the Belarus capital Minsk as they broke up a demonstration held in defiance of a government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violently tragging them onto / waiting buses. Human rights activists said more than 100 people had been detained.

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year's budget. 14 other senior officials in the Health Ministry have been suspended.

The Labonese government has announced it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president had made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-backed Labonese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

 

BBC News

 

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BBC News with John Jason:

 

At least 30 people have been killed in a heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shia militia, the Mehdi Army in the southern city of Basra. The military operation has been led by Prime Minister Nouri Maliki who says it has aimed at clearing up barriers of criminal, terrorist forces and outlaws. Christian Sorrow reports from Baghda d.

 

The fighting in Basra has been fierce. The Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation's commander said they were targeting outlaws, in reality that seems to mean the Mehdi Army, the powerful Shia militia led by Muqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved. But the coalition provided the air cover as night fell the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mehdi Army clashed with another Shia militia. The group also took control of several other areas in the city of Kurt between Baghdad and Basra.

 

 

The US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has been explaining how she came to misrepresent a visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week, Mrs. Clinton says she yet had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. But TV footages emerged showing a different version of events. As // reports from Washington.

 

 

 

Hillary Clinton's originally description of her arrive in Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid and thrilling and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke, for example, of how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned as a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senate Clinton, plenty of television footage survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival, which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.  

 

 

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

 

 

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of five thousand households is one of the most carefully watch measures of confidence in the US. Our economic correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

 

 

 

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, the conference board, said consumer's confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the job market, and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumer's willingness to spend in the coming months that in turn is vital for economic outlook, because consumer's spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

 

 

Riot police have clashed with several thousand oppositional activists in the Belarus capital Minsk, because they broke up a demonstration held in front of government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowed, beating protestors with truncheons, and violently  dragging them onto waiting buses. Human rights activists say more than 100 people have been detained.

 

 

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigerian's anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year's budget. 14 other senior officials in the health ministry have been suspended.

 

 

The Lebanese government has announced it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president has made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-back Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

 

BBC News.

 

[ 本帖最后由 woodsouth 于 2008-3-27 16:04 编辑 ]

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BBC News with John Jason.

 

At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shiite militia the Mahdi Army in the southern city of Basra.The military operation is / by the Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki who says it is end that clearing up Basra of criminal terrorist forces in outlaws.Christian Sorrow reports form Baghdad.

 

The fighting in Basra has been fixed.The Iraqi army fired the heavy artery.The operation's commander said they were targeting outlaws.Reality that thinks to mean the Mahdi army,the powerful Shiite militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr.British grand troops based in Basra airport were not involved,but the coalition provided air cover.That's night felt the violence abated.The resort solved fighting in other parts of Iraq.In the capital,members of the Mahdi army crashed with another Shiite militia.The group also took control of several areas in the city of Kout between Baghdad and Basra.

 

The US presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton is being explaining how she came to misrepresent a visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s.Last week Mrs.Clinton said she had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war.But TV footage has emerged showing a different version of events.As Kevin Connolly reports from Washington. Hilary Clincon's original description of her arrival at Tuzla airport in Bosnia was / and / and entirely invalided with what really happened.She spoke for example how welcoming ceremony had been abandoned.A sniper fire force members hurt her official party to run for their lives.Unfortunately for senator Clinton,20 of television footages survived showing the actual circumstance of her arrival which were very different.She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and strolled across the airport / to greet to a little girl who / Poland.

 

 You're listening to World News,from BBC.

 

A regular monthly survey of the American Consumer says confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March,2003.The poll of 5,000 households is one of the most careful watched measure of confidence in the US.Our economic correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

 

A senior executive of the agency which run the survey,the conference board,said that consume is confident in the states of economy continues to fail.She said that the quite pessimistic about the outlook for the job market and for their own incomes.One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973.Confidence is seem giving an important clue about consumer's willing to spend in the coming month that in turn is vital to the economic /,because consumer spending accounts for about 70% to the US economy.

 

Riot police crashed with several thousand opposition activists in Belarus capital Minsk because they broke up the demonstration held in the farm that the government banned.Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violently dragging among to waiting buses.Human rights activists said more than 100 people were being detained.

 

 The government in Nigeria says the Heath Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption.A presidential spokesman says the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy were being accused by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency.As stealing more than 30 million dollars in unspent fund from last year's budget,40 other senior officials in the Health Ministry have been suspended.

 

The Lebanese government has announced it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held in this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus.Information minister Ghazi Al-Aridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect the president and made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting.The western-back Lebanese government accused Syria of meddling its affairs and blocking the election of a new president,a charge Syria denies.

 

BBC News.

[ 本帖最后由 展翅高飞 于 2008-3-26 23:20 编辑 ]
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BBC News with John Jason.

At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shiite militia, the Mahdi Army, in the southern city of Basra. The military operation is being led by the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who says it's aimed at cleaning up Basra of criminals, terrorist forces and outlaws. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad.

The fighting in Basra has been fierce. The Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation's commander said that they were targeting outlaws, reality that seems to mean the Mahdi Army, the powerful Shiite militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved, but the coalition provided air cover. As night fell, the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mahdi Army clashed with another Shiite militia. The group also took control of several areas in the city of Kout between Baghdad and Basra

The US presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton has been explaining how she came to a mis-representative visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week Mrs. Clinton said she had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war.
But TV footage has emerged showing a different version of events, as Kevin Connolly reports from Washington.

Hilary Clinton's original description of her arrival at Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid and thrilling, and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke, for example,
of how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned, a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senator Clinton, plenty of television footage has survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and then strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.

You're listening to World News from BBC.

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of 5,000 households is one of the most carefully-watched measures of confidence in the US. Our econo
mics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, The Conference Board, said the consumers' confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said that they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the jobs market and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumers' willingness to spend in the coming mon
ths that in turn is vital for the economic outlook, because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

Riot police have clashed with several thousand opposition activists in the Belarus capital Minsk as they broke up a demonstration held in defiance of a government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violently
dragging them onto waiting buses. Human rights activists say more than 100 people have been detained.

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year's budget. Fourteen other senior officials in the Health Ministry have been suspended.

The Leb
anese government has announced that it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president had made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-backed Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

 

BBC News

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BBC News with John Jason.

 

At least 30 people have been killed in heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces and the powerful Shiite militia, the Mahdi Army, in the southern city of Basra. The military operation is being led by the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who says it's aimed at cleaning up Basra of criminals, terrorist forces and outlaws. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad.

 

The fighting in Basra has been fierce. The Iraqi army fired heavy artillery. The operation's commander said that they were targeting outlaws. In reality that seems to mean the Mahdi Army, the powerful Shiite militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr. British ground troops based in Basra airport were not involved, but the coalition provided air cover. As night fell, the violence abated. There was also fighting in other parts of Iraq. In the capital, members of the Mahdi Army clashed with another Shiite militia. The group also took control of several areas in the city of Kout between Baghdad and Basra.

 

The US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has been explaining how she came to misrepresent a visit she made to Bosnia during the 1990s. Last week Mrs. Clinton said she had to run to avoid sniper fire when she arrived at Tuzla airport in the aftermath of the Bosnia war. But TV footage has emerged showing a different version of events, as Kevin Connolly reports from Washington.

 

Hillary Clinton's original description of her arrival at Tuzla airport in Bosnia was vivid and thrilling, and entirely at variance with what really happened. She spoke, for example, of how a welcoming ceremony had to be abandoned, a sniper fire forced members of her official party to run for their lives. Unfortunately for Senator Clinton, plenty of television footage has survived showing the actual circumstances of her arrival which were very different. She smiled and waved as she left her aircraft and then strolled across the airport tarmac to greet a little girl who read her a poem.

 

You're listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A regular monthly survey of American consumer shows confidence in the US economy has slumped to its lowest point since March 2003. The poll of 5000 households is one of the most carefully watched measures of confidence in the US. Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

 

A senior executive of the agency which runs the survey, The Conference Board, said that consumers' confidence in the state of economy continues to fade. She said that they were quite pessimistic about the outlook for the jobs market and for their own incomes. One particular measure of expectations is at its lowest since 1973. Confidence is seen as giving important clues about consumers' willingness to spend in the coming month that in turn is vital for the economic outlook, because consumer spending accounts for about 70% of the US economy.

 

Riot police have clashed with several thousand opposition activists in the Belarus capital Minsk as they broke up a demonstration held in defiance of a government ban. Reports say the police waded into the crowd beating protestors with truncheons and violently dragging them onto waiting buses. Human rights activists say more than 100 people have been detained.

 

The government in Nigeria says the Health Minister has resigned after being charged with corruption. A presidential spokesman said the minister Adenike Grange and her deputy had been accused by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency of stealing more than 3 million dollars in unspent funds from last year's budget. Fourteen other senior officials in the Health Ministry have been suspended.

 

The Lebanese government has announced that it will boycott the Arab Summit due to be held this weekend in the Syrian capital Damascus. The Information Minister Ghazi al-Iridi said parliament's repeated failure to elect a president had made it impossible for Lebanon to attend the meeting. The western-backed Lebanese government accuses Syria of meddling in its affairs and blocking the election of a new president, a charge Syria denies.

 

BBC News.

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老赵整理的不是用绿色吗??我还以为和以前一样。。。

[ 本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2008-4-1 19:33 编辑 ]
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