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Local media have reported that the most contentious argument has been over control of the finance ministry, as well as the local government and public service portfolios. 请问这句话怎么理解?control在这是什么词性? 谢谢!!

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Homework I’m David Forrest from the VOA news center in Washington. President Bush says the search of US forces in Iraq has made a significant security games in the country. In the state Ohio today, the president said the last year search 30000 additional troops has improved the security conditions and allowed for political and economic progress. Mr. Bush says science poverty are returning to Iraq and he praised recent legislate achievements. He said Okida is still active in the northern city of Mosour and warned they will tuff fighting in a day months ahead. Iraq official say a bomber strike oil pipe line today in the southern city of Basla where Iraqi forces are badly Shiite militates for a third day. Iraqi Prime Minister Releor Mwaki issued the automaker withering Shiite gunman in Basla where surrender their weapons by Friday or face…
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I'm Dave Deforest from the VOA news in Washington.

 

President Bush says the surge of US forces in Iraq has made significant security gains in the country.In Dayton ,Ohio today,the President said last year's surge of 30,000 additional troops has improved security conditions and allowed for political and economic progress.Mr.Bush says signs of normality are returning to Iraq and he praised recent legislative achivements.He said Al-Qaeda is still active in the northern city of Mosul and warned there will be tough fighting in the days and months ahead.

 

Iraqi officials say a bomb struck an oil pipeline today in the southern city of Basra where Iraqi forces are battling Shiite militias for a third day.Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki issued a ultimatum ordering Shiite gunmen in Basra to surrender their weapons by Friday or face crackdown.

 

North Korea has expelled most of South Korean officials working at a joint industrial park in the North Korean city Kaesong.VOA's Seoul correspondent Kurt Achin reports."South Korean President Lee Myung-bak called an emergency cabinet meeting Thursday soon after North Korean officials demanded South Korean administrators leave the Kaesong Industrial Zone.The Park is one of the main symbols of inter-Korean cooperation fostered by two previous South Korean Presidential administrations.More than 20,000 North Koreans work there as unsecured labors for 69 South Korean manufacturers.South Korean Unification Ministry's spokesman Kim Ho-nyeon says the North's move is a retarliation for President Lee's North Korea policies.He says the North is responding to a recent comment by South Korea's Unification Minister.Last week he warned the Kaesong zone would not be expanded unless there is progress in diplomacy to end North Korea's nuclear weapons.President Lee's predecessors treated the Kaesong zone and other inter-Korean projects as separate from the nuclear negotiations.Even after North Korea tested the nuclear weapon in 2006,there was no change in plans for the zone.Kurt Achin,VOA news,Seoul."

 

Burma's military leader is pledging to hand power over to whoever wins the country's elections in 2010 and to allow a transition to civilian rule.Speaking today at a ceremony marking the national armed forces day holiday,senior General Than Shwe insisted the military government has no crazings for power and that he sincerely wants to develop the country.Burmese opposition politicians doubt the military has an intention to give up power to civilians even if General Than Shwe steps aside after the elections.

 

The disputation of ministries in Kenya's proposed power sharing government is causing controversy.Derek Kilner has a report from Nairobi."The selection of cabinet ministers is the next step in the power sharing agreement signed in February by President Mwai Kibaki and his main challenger in December's disputed elections Raila Odinga.Parliament endorsed the agreement earlier this month.But, well,both sides continue to pledge support for the agreement. They have so far been unable to agree on the assignment of the top job in the government.Both President Kibaki and Mr.Odinga want to see their supporters into key positions.Local media have reported that the most contentious argument has been over control of the finance ministry as well as the local government and public service portfolios.Mr.Kibaki named 17 ministers before the agreement was signed.Head of Mr.Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement has complained the Kibaki's party of National Unity has been reluctant to give up those posts.ODM Secretary General Anyang'Nyong'o also criticized President Kibaki's party for trying to create unessential ministries to increase the number of jobs that can be doled out to supporters,warning they will return to mass protests if there's no progress.Derek Kilner,VOA news,Nairobi."

 

US stock market index posted mix results at the start of trading today.

 

I'm Dave Forest,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com. 

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当地媒体报道说对财政部,地方政府以及公共服务部的争夺最为激烈。control是名词。be over control of 是取得对。。。的控制,掌控。。。的意思。
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I am David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

President Bush says the surge of US forces in Iraq has made significant security gains in the country. In Dayton, Ohio today, the president said last year's surge of 30, 000 additional troops has improved security conditions and allowed for political and economic progress. Mr. Bush said signs of normality are returning to Iraq and he praised recent legislative achievements. He said Al-Qaeda is still active in the northern city of Mosul and warned that there would be tough fighting in the days and months ahead.

 

Iraqi officials say a bomb struck an oil pipeline today in the southern city of Basra where Iraqi forces are battling Shiite militias for a third day. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki issued an ultimatum, ordering Shiite gunmen in Basra to surrender their weapons by Friday or face consequences.

 

North Korea has expelled most of the South Korean officials working at a joint industrial park in the North Korean city, Kaesong. VOA Seoul correspondent Kurt Achin reports.

 

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak called an emergency cabinet meeting Thursday soon after North Korean officials demanded / South Korean administrators leave the Kaesong Industrial Zone. The park is one of the main symbols of inter-Korean cooperation fostered by two previous South Korean presidential administrations. More than 20, 000 North Koreans work there as unskilled labors for 69 South Korean manufactures. South Korean Unification Ministry spokesman Kim Ho-nyeon says the North's move is a retaliation for President Lee's North Korea policies. He says the North is responding to a recent comment by South Korea's unification minister. Last week, he warned the Kaesong zone would not be expanded unless there is progress in diplomacy to end North Korea's nuclear weapons. President Lee's predecessors treated the Kaesong zone and other inter-Korean projects as separate from the nuclear negotiations. Even after North Korea tested a nuclear weapon in 2006, there was no change in plans for the zone. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

Burma's military leader is pledging to hand power over to whoever wins the country's elections in 2010 and to allow a transition to civilian rule. Speaking today at a ceremony marking the National Armed Forces Day holiday, Senior General Than Shwe insisted the military government has no cravings for power and that it sincerely wants to develop the country. Burmese opposition politicians doubt the military has any intention of giving up power to civilians even if General Than Shwe steps aside after the elections.

 

The distribution of ministries in Kenya's proposed power-sharing government is causing controversy. Derek Kilner has a report from Nairobi.

 

The selection of cabinet ministers is the next step in a power-sharing agreement signed in late February by President Mwai Kibaki and his main challenger in December's disputed elections Raila Odinga. Parliament endorsed the arrangement earlier this month. But while both sides continue to pledge support for the agreement, they have so far been unable to agree on the assignment of the top jobs in the government. Both President Kibaki and Mr. Odinga want to steer their supporters into key positions. Local media have reported that the most contentious argument has been over control of the finance ministry, as well as the local government and public service portfolios. Mr. Kibaki named 17 ministers before the agreement was signed and Mr. Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement has complained that Kibaki's Party of National Unity has been reluctant to give up those posts. ODM Secretary-General Anyang Nyong'o also criticized President Kibaki's party for trying to create unessential ministries to increase the number of jobs that can be doled out to supporters, warning of a return to mass protests if there is no progress. Derek Kilner, VOA News, Nairobi.

 

US stock market indexes posted mixed results after the start of trading today.

 

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I'm David Divorced, from the VOA news center in Washington. President Bush says the surge of US forces in Iraq has made significant security gains in the country. In Datino Ohio today, the president said that last year's surge of 30,000 additional troops has improved security conditions and allowed for political and economic progress. Mr. Bush said signs of normality are returning to Iraq and he praised recent legislative achievements. He said Al Chida is still active in the northern city of Masseur and warned there will be tough fighting in the days and months ahead.

 

Iraq official say a bomb struck an oil pipe line today in the southern city of Basra, where Iraq forces are battling SI Malishes for a third day. Iraqi Prime Minister Nori ILmalica issued an ultimatum最后通牒, ordering SI gunmen in Basra to surrender their weapons by Friday or face.... 

 

North Korea has expelled most of the South Korean officials working at a Join industrial park in the North Korean city Kasson. VOA Seoul correspondent Cur Asian reports. South Korean president IYONBA called an emergency cabinet meeting Thursday soon after North Korean officials demanded South Korean administrators leave the Kasson industrial zone. The park is one of the main symbols of the inter-Korean cooperation forced by two previous South Korean presidential administrations. More than 20,000 North Koreans worked there as unskilled labors for 69 South Koreans manufacturers. South Korean Unification Ministry spokesman KEHONYONG said the North move is retaliation报复 for president needs North Korea policies. (Language: Korean)

 

He says the North is responding to a recent comment by South Korea's Unification minister. Last week, he warned the Kasson zone would not be expanded unless there is progress in diplomacy to end North Korea's nuclear weapons. President LISH PATICIZER has treated the KSSON and the other inter-Korean projects as separate from the nuclear negotiations. Even after North Korea tested nuclear weapons in 2006, there was little change in plans for the zone. Kurt Asian, VOA news, Seoul.

 

Burma’s缅甸military leader is pledging to hand power over to whoever wins the country's elections in 2010 and to allow a transition to civilian rule. Speaking today at the ceremony marking the national armed forces day holiday, senior general SUN Shiway insisted the military government has no cravings for power and that is sincerely wants to develop the country. Burma’s opposition politicians doubted the military has any intention of giving up power to civilians even if general Suns IRON stepped aside after the elections.

 

Distribution of ministries in Kenyan’s proposed power sharing government has caused a controversy. Davis Killer has a report from Nairobi. The selection of cabinet ministers is the next step in the power sharing agreement signed in May and February by President Wacky Barky and its main challenger in December to distribute the agreement LiNodingar. Parliament endorsed支持 the arrangement earlier this month. But while both sides continued to pledge support for the agreement, they have so far unable to agree on the assignment of top jobs in the government.

 

Both president Barky and LINodingar wants to seal their supporters in the key positions. Local media has reported that the most contagious agreement has been over control of the Finance Ministry as well as the local government and public service portfolios. Mr. Kibarki named 17 ministers before the agreement was signed and Mr. Odingars' orange democratic movement has complained the Kibarky's party of national unity has been reluctant to give up those posts. Odium secretary general Aligon NIGNOR also criticized President KIbarky's party for trying to create unessential ministries to increase the number of jobs that can be dolled out to supporters, warning of a returned massive protest if there is no progress. Dar Killer, VOA news, Nairobi. 

 

US stock market and indexes posted next result as the start of trading today. I'm David Divorced. VOA news, more news on the Internet at voanews. com. 

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