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

 

[1] China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides blocked rivers after the earthquake struck on May 12th. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan Province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than 150, 000 people living near the lake. China's Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes. It said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

 

[2] Burmese state media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanmar newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers from entering the area. The government's firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed the arrival of aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

[3] Members of Nepal's Constituent Assembly are giving King Gyanendra 15 days to leave office. Nepali government officials announce the time limit as the Assembly members prepare to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal, thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra's rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the Assembly members were sworn in on Tuesday. Political leaders have threatened to use force if necessary to remove the King.

 

[4] Media reports from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday for what it called an emergency. The Xinhua News Agency says service was suspended for about 30 minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that there was an emergency, but did not provide any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that there was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to normal.

 

[5] A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. The minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of the 13-nation organization. Just last week the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggested withdrawing from OPEC because Indonesia uses more oil than it exports.

 

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It is 15:30 universal time, I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month.The lakes were created when landslides block rivers after the earthquake stuck on May 12th.Heavy rains are expected in the coming days.There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water.Rescue workers have moved more than 150,000 people living near the lake.China's Xinhua news agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes.It's said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

Burmese State Media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers.The new light of Yanma newspaper  reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy delta.Earlier Burmese officials have attemped to stop volunteers from entering the area.The government's firm operation againist  foreign involvement in recovery efforts  have shlowed arrival of aid to millions of storm victims.But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week.He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

Members of Nepal's Consitituent Assembly are giving Kinganadra 15 days to leave office. Nepali government official announce the time limit as the Assemby members prepare to meet for first time Wednesday.Across Nepal thousands of people gethered to celebrate the end of Kinganadra's rule.He was seen leaving the official home of ruling family with his wife after the Assembly members were swearing on Tuesday.Political leaders have threatened to use force if necessary to remove the king.

Media reports from China say service on an underground trainline in Beijing was suspended 2 times Wednesday for what they called an emergency.The Xinhua news agency says service was suspended for about 30 minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city.A transportation official told the news agency that there was an emergency but did not provide any details.Chinese official told foreign media that there was a technical problem.Foreigh news reporters say operations have returned to normal.

A top Indonisian official says his country will withdraw from the organization of Petrolium  Export countries.The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign the documents to make the dicision official.He also said Indonisia is not happy with the high price of oil.Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of the 13-nation organization.Just last week, the Indonesia government raised fuel prices to protect its budget againist the rising price of oil.Earlier this month, president Susilobangban Yulo Youno suggested withdrawing from OPAC because Indonesia uses more oil than its exports.

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

China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides block rivers after the earthquake stuck on May 12th.Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than 150,000 people living near the lake. China’s Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes.
It said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

Burmese State Media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The new light of Yanma newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy

Delta. Earlier, Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers from entering the area. The government's firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed arrival of aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

Members of Nepal's Constituent Assembly are giving Kinganadra 15 days to leave office. Nepali government official
s announce the time limit as the Assembly members prepare to meet for first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of Kinganadra's rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the Assembly members were swearing on Tuesday. Political leaders have threatened to use force if necessary to remove the King.

Media reports from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended 2 times Wednesday for what they called an emergency. The Xinhua News Agency says service was suspended for about 30 minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that there was an emergency but did not provide any details. Chinese official
s told foreign media that there was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to normal.

A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the organization of
Petroleum Export countries. The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign \ documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of the 13-nation organization. Just last week, the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month, President Susilobangban Yulo Youno suggested withdrawing from OPAC because Indonesia uses more oil than its exports.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

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China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month.  The lakes were created when landslides block rivers after the earthquake stuck on May 12. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers move its water. Rescue workers have moved more than 150,000 people leaving near the lake. China Xinhua newsagency says that earthquake created 32 lakes. It said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

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It is fifteen hours thirty universal time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides, blocked rivers after the earthquake struck on May twelfth. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. They are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break because workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more one hundred fifty thousand people living near the lake. China’s Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created thirty-four lakes. It said twenty-eight of them could break and cause major flooding.

Burmese State Media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanmar Newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers for entering the area. The government’s firm opposition against foreign involvement recovery efforts has slowed the arrival aid to millions of storm victims. But the aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He promised that unconditional foreign aid is welcomed.

Members of the Nepal’s Constitutive Assembly are giving King Gyanendra fifteen days to leave office. The Nepali government officials announced the time limit as the assembly members prepared to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra’s rule. He will seem leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the assembly members were sworn in on Tuesday. Political leaders are threatened to use force in necessary to remove the king.

Media reports from China say service on the underground train line in Beijing were suspended two times Wednesday, for what it called an emergency. The Xinhua News Agency says service was suspended for about thirty minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that was emergency but not provided any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have turned to know.

A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he will sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with high price oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of thirteen-nation organization. Just last week, the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising prices of oil. Earlier this month President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggested withdrawing from OPEC because of Indonesia uses more oil than exports.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

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It is 15:30 universal time, I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

1. China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides blocked rivers after the earthquake struck on May 12th. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than 150,000 people living near the lake. China's Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes. It's said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

 

2. Burmese state media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanma newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attemped to stop volunteers from entering the area. The government's firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts have slowed arrival of aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

3. Members of Nepal's Constituent Assembly are giving Kinganadra 15 days to leave office. Nepali government officials announce the time limit as the Assemby members prepare to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of Gyanendra 's rule. He was seen leaving the official home of ruling family with his wife after the assembly members were sworn in on Tuesday. Political leaders have threatened to use force if necessary to remove the king.

 

4.Media reports from China say service on an underground trainline in Beijing was suspended 2 times Wednesday for what they called an emergency.The Xinhua News Agency says service was suspended for about 30 minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that there was an emergency but did not provide any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that there was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to normal.

 

5. A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of the 13-nation organization. Just last week the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono  suggested withdrawing from OPEC because Indonesia uses more oil than its exports.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

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It is fifteen hours thirty universal time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides, block rivers after the earthquake struck on May twelfth. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than one hundred fifty thousand people living near the lake. China’s Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created thirty-four lakes. It said twenty-eight of them could break and cause major flooding.

Burmese State Media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanmar Newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers form entering the area. The government’s firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed the arrival aid to millions of storm victims. But the(去掉)aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nation's Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

Members of the Nepal’s Constitutive Assembly are giving King Gyanendra fifteen days to leave office. The Nepali government officials announced the time limit as the assembly members prepared to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra’s rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the assembly members were sworning on Tuesday. Political leaders are threatened to use force in necessary to remove the king.

Media reports from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday, for what it called an emergency. The Xinhua News Agency says service was suspended for about thirty minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that was emergency but did not provided any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to nomal.

A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of thirteen-nation organization. Just last week, the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggested withdrawing from OPEC because of(去掉) Indonesia uses more oil than it exports.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English

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It's 15:30 universal time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

 

China is sending more * to deal with going lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when lands lines block rivers after the earthquake struck on May 12th. Every rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that on naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than 115,000 people living near the lake. China's Xinhua News Agency says the earquake created 34 lakes. It's said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

 

Burmese state media have eased their position to the foreign aid workers. The new letter of Myanmar newspaper reports that provide donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attended to stop volunteers from entry the area. The government's firm opposition against foreigner // efforts has slowed their aid to viliam storm victims. But aid exports say the situation has improved since the United Nations secretary general Ban Ki Moon visited Burma last week. The goveror promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

Members of Nepal's constitute to sembling are giving King Gyanendra fifteen days to leave office. The party govrnment official annnounce the time minute as the sembling members prepare the meeting for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra's rule. He // living official home ruling family with his wife after the sembling members warned him on Tuesday. Political leaders are //to use force if necessary to remove the king.

 

Media reports from China say services are now underground trainline in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday for // and emergency. The Xinhua News Agency says services were suspended for about 30 minutes each time on// underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the News Agency that there was an emergency but not to provide any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that there was no technical problem. Foreign news reporters say the positions have returned to normal.

 

A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. The minister of energy and mineral resources said he was sent documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of the oil .Indonesian is the only southeast Asian member of the 13 nation-organization. Just last week the Indonesian government / fuel prices to protect its // against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggest withdrawing from the OPEC because Indonesia users more oil than it exports.

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It is fifteen hours thirty universal time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

 

{1} China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides, block rivers after the earthquake struck on May twelfth. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than one hundred fifty thousand people living near the lake. China’s Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created thirty-four lakes. It said twenty-eight of them could break and cause major flooding.

 

{2}Burmese State Media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanmar Newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers form entering the area. The government’s firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed the arrival aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nation's Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

{3}Members of /the/ Nepal’s Constituent Assembly are giving King Gyanendra fifteen days to leave office. /The/ Nepali government officials announced the time limit as the assembly members prepared to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra’s rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the assembly members were sworning on Tuesday. Political leaders have threatened to use force in necessary to remove the king.

 

{4}Media reports from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday, for what it called an emergency. The Xinhua News Agency says service was suspended for about thirty minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that was emergency but did not provided any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to nomal.

 

{5}A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of thirteen-nation organization. Just last week, the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggested withdrawing from OPEC because of Indonesia uses more oil than it exports. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English

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

 

China is sending more resources to deal with going lakes formed during powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides block rivers after the earthquake struck on May 12th.  very rains of expected in coming days. There are concerns that naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break  before workers remove its water .Rescue workers have moved more than 150,000 people living near the lake. China's Xinhua news agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes. It said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding

 

Bumese states media have eased their position to all foreign aid workers . The new light of * newspaper reports that  prise that donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the * .Earlier Burmese officials have attempted to stop ?from the entrying the areas The government firm opposition against foreign involvement in the efforts has slowed the arrive of aid to millions of the storm victims But aid experter say the situation has improved since the United Nations Secretary General Ban ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promise that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

Members fo Nepals constituent assembly are giving * 15 days to leave offices .The Bali government officials are announce the time minute  as the assembly members prepare to meet for first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of the people gethered to celebrate end * rule He was receiving leaving the official home of ruling family with his wife .after the assembly member was warning on Tuesday. Political leaders are threaten to sue force if necessary to remove king

 

Media report from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two time Wednesday for what he called an emergency. The Xinhua news agency says service were suspended for about 30 minute each time on one of the underground lines in the city .A transportation officials told news agency that the wasn't emergency but did not provide any details .Chinese officials told foreign media that they was technical problem .Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to normal

 

A top Indonesia official says his country will withdraw from the organization of the * countries  The Minister energy and mineral resources says he was signed document to make decision official .He also said Indonesia is not happy with the hight price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of the 13 nation organisation .Just last week ,the Indonesia government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against rise in price oil Earlier this month President * suggested withdrawing from OPEC .because Indonesia ueses more oil than its export .

 

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It is fifteen hours thirty universal time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

 

{1} China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides, block rivers after the earthquake struck on May twelfth. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than one hundred fifty thousand people living near the lake. China’s Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created thirty-four lakes. It said twenty-eight of them could break and cause major flooding.

 

{2}Burmese State Media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanmar Newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers form entering the area. The government’s firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed the arrival aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nation's Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

{3}Members of the (删去the) Nepal’s Constituent Assembly are giving King Gyanendra fifteen days to leave office. /The (删去the)/ Nepali government officials announced the time limit as the assembly members prepared to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra’s rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the assembly members were sworn in Tuesday. Political leaders have threatened to use force in necessary to remove the king.

 

{4}Media reports from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday, for what it called an emergency. The Xinhua News Agency says service was suspended for about thirty minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that was emergency but did not provided any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to normal.

 

{5}A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of thirteen-nation organization. Just last week, the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggested withdrawing from OPEC because of Indonesia uses more oil than it exports. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English

[ 本帖最后由 yzmin 于 2008-5-29 11:48 编辑 ]

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

China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides block rivers after the earthquake stuck on May 12th. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan Province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers had removed more than 150000 people living near the lake. China’s Xinhua news agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes. it said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

Burmese state Media has eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The new light of Ysnma newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delat. Earlier, Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers from entering the area. The government firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed arrival of aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nations Secretary General Ben Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 Members of Nepal’s constituent assembly are giving Kinganadra 15 days to leave office. Nepali government officials announced the time limit as the assembly members prepare to meet for first time Wednesday. Across Nepal, thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of Kinganadra’s rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the assembly members were swearing on Tuesday. Political leaders have threatened to use force if necessary to remove the King.

Media reports from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday for what they called an emergency. The Xinhua new agency says service was suspended for about 30 minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that there was an emergency but did not provide any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that there was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have return to normal.

A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the organization of Petroleum export countries. The minister of energy and mineral resources said he would sign documents to make the decisions official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only southeast Asian member of the 13-nation organization. Just last week, the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month, President Susilobangban Yulo Youno suggested withdrawing from OPEC because Indonesia uses more oil than it exports.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

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

 

1. China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides blocked rivers after the earthquake struck on May 12. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan Province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than 150, 000 people living near the lake. China s Xinhua news agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes. It said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

 

2. Burmese state media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanmar Newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier, Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers from entering the area. The government's firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed the arrival of aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nation's Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

3. Members of Nepal's Constituent Assembly are giving King Gyanendra 15 days to leave office. Nepali government officials announce the time limit as the Assembly members prepare to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra's rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the Assembly members were sworn in on Tuesday. Political leaders have threaten to use force if necessary to remove the King.

 

4. Media reports from China say, service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday for what it called an emergency. The Xinhua new agency says service was suspended for about 30 minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that there was an emergency but did not provide any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that there was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to normal.

 

5. A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of the 13-nation organization. Just last week, the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggested withdrawing from OPEC because Indonesia uses more oil than it exports.

 

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China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month.The lakes were created when landslides blocked rivers after the earthquake struck gone May12.Heavy rains are expected in the coming days.There are concerns that unnaturally formed dam in Sichuan Province could break before workers remove its water.Rescue workers have moved more than 150000 people leaving near the lake.China's XinHua News Agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes.It is said 28 of them could break an cause major flooding.

 

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

 

1. China is sending more resources to deal with growing lakes formed during the powerful earthquake earlier this month. The lakes were created when landslides blocked rivers after the earthquake struck on May 12. Heavy rains are expected in the coming days. There are concerns that a naturally formed dam in Sichuan province could break before workers remove its water. Rescue workers have moved more than 150, 000 people living near the lake. China's Xinhua News Agency says the earthquake created 34 lakes. It said 28 of them could break and cause major flooding.

 

2. Burmese state media have eased their position toward foreign aid workers. The New Light of Myanmar newspaper reports that private donors are free to take supplies to storm victims in the Irrawaddy Delta. Earlier Burmese officials have attempted to stop volunteers from entering the area. The government's firm opposition against foreign involvement in recovery efforts has slowed the arrival of aid to millions of storm victims. But aid experts say the situation has improved since United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visited Burma last week. He got promises that unconditional foreign aid is welcome.

 

3. Members of Nepal's Constituent Assembly are giving King Gyanendra 15 days to leave office. Nepali government officials announce the time limit as the Assembly members prepare to meet for the first time Wednesday. Across Nepal thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of King Gyanendra's rule. He was seen leaving the official home of the ruling family with his wife after the Assembly members were sworn in on Tuesday. Political leaders have threatened to use force if necessary to remove the King.

 

4. Media reports from China say service on an underground train line in Beijing was suspended two times Wednesday for what they called an emergency. The Xinhua New Agency says service was suspended for about 30 minutes each time on one of the underground lines in the city. A transportation official told the news agency that there was an emergency but did not provide any details. Chinese officials told foreign media that there was a technical problem. Foreign news reporters say operations have returned to normal.

 

5. A top Indonesian official says his country will withdraw from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources said he would sign documents to make the decision official. He also said Indonesia is not happy with the high price of oil. Indonesia is the only Southeast Asian member of the 13-nation organization. Just last week the Indonesian government raised fuel prices to protect its budget against the rising price of oil. Earlier this month President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono suggested withdrawing from OPEC because Indonesia uses more oil than it exports.

 

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