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

 

[1] The process to choose a Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard-fought battle with Senator Hillary Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his general election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.

 

[2] A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still being held for taking part in pro-democracy protests 19 years ago. Human Rights Watch urged China to honor its promise to improve human rights before the Olympic Games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are still being held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen prisoners or any possible future releases.

 

[3] Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near a Chinese visa office in Kathmandu. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.

 

[4] Burmese medias say a vote approving a new constitution has cancelled the results of general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published a commentary Tuesday. It said the constitution's approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burma’s military government says more than 92% of voters approved the measure.

 

[5] The United Nations and humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticized the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as a result of the storm.

 

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

 

The process to choice a Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last Tuesdays to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama expected to win the long and hard fort battle with Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.

 

A human rights group has urged China to release all personals still in held for took part in pro democracy protest 19 years ago. Human rights watch urged China to honor its promise to improved human rights before the Olympic games open in Beijing. The group has demands that 130 activists are stilly in held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen personals. Already possible future releases.

 

Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro Tibetan. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near Chinese bias office in Katmandu. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the firs anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said  the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.

 

Burmese media say a vote approving new constitution has cancelled the results of the general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of the voters approved the major.

 

The United Nations an humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticize the Burmese government for Blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as the result of the storm.

 

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It is 15:30 Universal Time, I am Steve Ember in Washington.

The process to choose the Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States.South Dakado and Montana are the last two states to hold Democratic nominating events.Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard fork battle  with Senator Hillary Clinton for their party's nomination.Official nominating meeting for the Democratic Party will be held in August.Senator Obama is planing to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night Minnesota.He will face the expected  Republican Party nominatee Senator John McCain.

A Human Right group has urged China to release all prisoners still being held for taking part in pro-demoncracy protest 19 years ago.Human Right Watch urged China to hornor its promise to improve human right before the Olympic Games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are still being  held for protesting in the city 's Tian'men Square in 1989.A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of the Tian'men prisoners already possible future releases . 

Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan activists .The activists were calling for a free-Tibet at demonstration near a Chinese Visa office in Kartomando. Police said the protestors will be released soon.This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks.One of the activist ,reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China's Sichuan Province.

Brumese media say a vote to approve in a new constitution  has cancelled the results of general elections 18 years ago.The official New Light of Myanmar Newspaper published the commentary Tuesday.It's said the constitutions are approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposistion .It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed 2010.A National League for Democracy has rejected the results of the constitution vote.Burmese military government says more than 92% of voters are approved the measure .

The United Nations and Humanitarian groups say up to million storm victims still lack food and clean water.Official say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-stuck parts of the  Irrawaddy Delta.The officials say they are concerned that no enough assistance is reaching the victims.On Monday a top UN Human Right officil criticized the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims Cyclone Nargis.At lease 134,000 people died or are missing as  result of the storm.

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.

 

The process to choice a Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last Tuesdays to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama expected to win the long and hard fort battle with Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.

 

A human rights group has urged China to release all personals still in held for took part in pro democracy protest 19 years ago. Human rights watch urged China to honor its promise to improve human rights before the Olympic games open in Beijing. The group has demands that 130 activists are stilly in held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen personals already possible future releases.

 

Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near Chinese visa office in Katmandu. Police said the protestors will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said  the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.

 

Burmese media say a vote approving a new constitution has cancelled the results of the general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of the voters approved the mayor.

 

The United Nations an humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticized the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as the result of the storm.

 

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


The process to choose the Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard fort battle with Senator Hillary /Rodham/ Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.


A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still in held for took part in pro-democracy protest 19 years ago. Human Rights Watch urged China to honor its promise to improved human rights before the Olympic games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are stilly being held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen prisoners /. / already possible future releases.


Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near Chinese Visa office in Katmandu. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.


Burmese media say a vote approving new constitution has cancelled the results of the general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of the voters approved the measure.


The United Nations an humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticize the Burmese government for Blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as /the/ result of the storm.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English. [ 本帖最后由 maggienh 于 2008-6-4 08:54 编辑 ]
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I’m Steve Ember in Washington.


The process to choose the Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard fought battle with Senator Hillary  Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.


A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still in held for taking part in pro-democracy protest 19 years ago. Human Rights Watch urged China to honor its promise to improved human rights before the Olympic games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are still being held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen prisoners already possible future releases.


Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near Chinese Visa office in Katmandu. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.


Burmese media say a vote approving new constitution has cancelled the results of the general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of the voters approved the measure.


The United Nations an humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticize the Burmese government for Blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as  result of the storm.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English. [ 本帖最后由 zilong_liu 于 2008-6-4 09:35 编辑 ]
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I’m Steve Ember in Washington.


The process to choose the Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard fought battle with Senator Hillary  Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.


A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still being in held for taking part in pro-democracy protest 19 years ago. Human Rights Watch urged China to honor its promise to improve/d/ human rights before the Olympic games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are still being held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen prisoners already possible future releases.


Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near a Chinese Visa office in Katmandu. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.


Burmese media say a vote approving a new constitution has cancelled the results of /the/ general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published a commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of /the/ voters approved the measure.


The United Nation's an humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticize the Burmese government for Blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as a result of the storm.

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

 

 The process to choose a Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard folk battle with Senator Hillary Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.

 

Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near a Chinese visa office in Katmandu. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.

 

Burmese media say a vote approving a new constitution has cancelled the results of the general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancelled the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of the voters approved the measure.

 

The United Nations an humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticize the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as result of the storm.

 

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.

The process to choose a Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two States to hold the Democratic nominating event. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard folk battle with Senator Hillary Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his General Election Campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He would face the expected Republican Party nominee senator John McCain.

A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still being held for taking part in pro-democracy protests nineteen years ago. Human Rights Watch urged China to honor its promise to improve human rights before the Olympic Games open in Beijing. The group estimates that one hundred thirty activists are still being held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in nineteen eighty-nine. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact member of Tiananmen prisoners already possible future releases.

Police in Nepal say they have detained twenty-eight pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near a Chinese visa office in Katmandu. Police say the protestors would be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the nearly daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.

Burmese media say a voted approving a new constitution has cancelled the results of general elections eighteen years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published the commentary Tuesday. It said the constitution’s approval last month cancel the victory by political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposes for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burma’s military government says more than ninety-two percent of voters approved the measure.

The United Nations and humanitarian group say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lacked of food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm struck parts of Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticized the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least one hundred thirty-four thousand people died or are missing as resulted of the storm.

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. The process to choose a Demoncratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold Demoncratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard thought battle with Senator Hilary Clinton for their party's nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Demoncratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his general election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.

 

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3. Police in Nepal say they have detain at least 28 pro-Tibeten activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at a demonstration near a Chinese visa office in Katmandu. Police said the protestors will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protest were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China's Sichuan province.

 

4. Burmese media say a vote to proving a new constitution has canceled the results of general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar Newspaper published the commentary Tuesday. It said the constitution's approval last month canceled the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burma's minitary government says more than 92 percent of voters approved the measure.

 

5. The United Nations and humanitarian groups says up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm struck parts of the Irrawaddy delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is rearching the victims. On monday a top UN human rights official criticised the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people dead or are missing as a result of the storm.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

[ 本帖最后由 jingweiok 于 2008-6-4 11:05 编辑 ]

Homework

 

It is 15 hours 30 Universal Time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

 

The process to choose a Democratic Party candidate for President ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold democratic nominating events. Senator Bracka Obama is expected to win the long and hard ford battle with Senator Hillary Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his general election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John Mccain.

 

A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still being held for taking part in pro-democracy protest 19 years ago. Human rights watch urged China to honour its promise to improve human rights before the Olympic Games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are still being held for protesting in the city Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese foreign spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tian’anmen prisoners or really possible future release.

 

Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at the demonstration near a Chinese biz office in Kathamandu. Police said the protestors would be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists to reporters said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan Province.

 

Burmese media say a vote of approving a new constitution has cancelled the results of General Election 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myamar newspaper published the commentary on Tuesday. It said, the constitutions are approval last month cancelled the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National Lead for Democracy has rejected the constitution vote. Burma Military Government said more than 92 % of voters approved the measure.

 

The United Nations and humanitarian groups say up to 1 million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-struck parts of Irriwary Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday, a top UN human rights official criticized the Burmese Government for blocking aid to victims of cyclone Nargis. At least 134 000 people died or are missing as a result of the storm.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

 

 

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 wufei3710 于 2008-6-4 12:09 编辑 ]

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

 

[1] The process to choose a Democratic Party candidate for president ends in Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold democratic nominating events. Senator B* O* is expected to win a long and hard fork battle with S H K for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator B* O* is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republic Party nominee Senator John M*.

 

[2] A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still in held for taking part in pro democracy protest 19 years ago. Human rights watch urged China to honor its promise to improve human rights before the Olympic Games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are still in held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen prisoners or any possible future releases.

 

[3] Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near a Chinese vista office in KMD. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in Chinese Sichuan Province.

 

[4] Burmese media say a vote of approving a new constitution has canceled the results general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar Newspaper published the commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancel the victory by political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The national league for democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese government says more than 92% of voters are proved the major.

 

[5] The United Nations and humanitarian groups say up to 1,000,000 storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm strike parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday, a top UN human rights official criticized the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims of cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 died or are missing as a result of the storm.

 

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


The process to choose the Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold Democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard fought battle with Senator Hillary  Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the Democratic Party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.


A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still being in held for taking part in pro-democracy protest 19 years ago. Human Rights Watch urged China to honor its promise to improve/d/ human rights before the Olympic games open in Beijing. The group estimates that 130 activists are still being held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen prisoners already possible future releases.


Police in Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demonstration near a Chinese Visa office in Katmandu. Police said the protesters will be released soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan province.


Burmese media say a vote approving a new constitution has cancelled the results of /the/ general elections 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myanmar newspaper published a commentary Tuesday. It said the constitutions approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed for 2010. The National League for Democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of /the/ voters approved the measure.


The United Nation's an humanitarian groups say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-struck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta. The officials said they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday a top UN human rights official criticized the Burmese government for Blocking aid to victims of Cyclone Nargis. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as a result of the storm.

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

 

[1] The process to choose a democratic party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold democratic nominating events. Senator Barack Obama is expected to win the long and hard fort battle with Senator Hillary Clinton for their party’s nomination. The official nominating meetings for the democratic party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch his generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain.

 

[2] A human rights’ group has urged China to release all personals still being held for took part in pro-democracy protest 19 years ago. Human rights watch urged China to honor its promise to improve human rights before the Olympic games open in Beijing. The group has estimated that 130 activists are still being held for protesting in the city’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tiananmen personals already possible future releases.

 

[3] Police in the Nepal say they have detained at least 28 pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet at demostration near a Chinese Visa office in *. Police said the protestors will be released soon.This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks.One of the activist ,reportedly said the near daily protests were halted for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China's Sichuan Province.

 

[4]Burmese media say a vote to approve in a new constitution has cancelled the results of general elections 18 years ago.The official New Light of Myanmar Newspaper published the commentary Tuesday.It's said the constitutions are approval last month cancel the victory by the political opposistion. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new election proposed 2010. A National League for Democracy has rejected the results of the constitution vote. Burmese military government says more than 92% of voters are approved the measure .

 

 [5]The United Nations and Humanitarian groups say up to million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water.Official say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm-stuck parts of the Irrawaddy Delta.The officials say they are concerned that no enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday, a top UN Human Right official criticized the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims Cyclone Nargis. At lease 134,000 people died or are missing as result of the storm.

 

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

 

The process to choose a Democratic Party candidate for president ends Tuesday in the United States. South Dakota and Montana are the last two states to hold democratic nominating events. Sandit Obama is expected to win the long and hard fork battle with Senator Hillary Clinton for their party's nomination. The official nominate meetings for the democratic party will be held in August. Senator Obama is planning to officially launch the generally election campaign Tuesday night in Minnesota. He will face the expected Republican Party nominee Senator John MCaine.

 

A human rights group has urged China to release all prisoners still being held for taking part in pro-democracy protests 19 years ago. Human rights watch urged China to honour its promise to improve human rights before the Olympic Games open in Beijing. The group estimates that one hundred thirty activists are still been held for protesting in the city Tianmen Square in 1989. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman would not comment on the exact number of Tianman prisoners already possible future releases.

 

Police in the Nepal say they have attained that list 28 pro-Tibetan activists. The activists were calling for a free Tibet and demonstration near a Chinese visa office in /. Police say that the protestors will be release soon. This is the first anti-China protest in several weeks. One of the activists reported, they said, the near daily protest will halt for a few weeks in respect for victims of the major earthquake in China's Sichuang province.

 

Burmese media say a voter proving new constitution has cancelled the results of general election 18 years ago. The official New Light of Myama newspaper published commentary Tuesday. It said the constitution's approval last month cancelled the victory by the political opposition. It also said the opposition now needs to seek public support in a new selection proposed for 2010. But national leader for democracy has rejected the result of the constitution vote. Burma's military government says more than 92% votes are proved the measure.

 

The United Nations and Humanitarian group say up to one million storm victims in Burma still lack food and clean water. Officials say aid workers continue to face problems getting supplies to storm strike parts of /. The officials say they are concerned that not enough assistance is reaching the victims. On Monday, a top U.N. human rights official criticized the Burmese government for blocking aid to victims of/. At least 134,000 people died or are missing as the result of the storm.

 

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