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

 

[1] Senator Barack Obama has claimed the presidential nomination of America's Democratic Party. The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Saint Paul Minnesota. He won the 2, 118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination. Mr. Obama is the first African-American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent, Senator Hillary Clinton, as a leader who influenced millions of Americans. Senator Clinton has refused to admit defeat. She said she plans to meet with her supporters and party officials before making of final decision.

 

[2] American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government has refused to accept American aid. American Admiral Timothy Keating says the USS Essex and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis. The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago. Admiral Keating said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade Burma's military leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships would return if Burma's leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

 

[3] The United Nations says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome, Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank President Robert Zoellick also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many products.

 

[4] South Korea says it is ready to provide 50, 000 tons of corn to North Korea. Unification Minister Kim Ha-joong said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month, but he said the North has yet to comment on the offer. Mr. Kim told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept, if not he said his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

 

[5] The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raised by about 12 cents a liter. Diesel fuel will be increased by about seven cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking. Officials say the prices increases are necessary to help India's state oil companies. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

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

Senator Barack Obama has claimed the Presidential nomination of America's Democractic Party.The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota.He won the 2118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination.Mr. Obama is the first African Amrican to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. Senator praised his opponent senator Hillary Clinton as " a leader who influenced millions of Americans". Senator Clinton has refused to admit the defeat .She sais she planed to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

American Navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government has refused to accept American aid.American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS axis and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis.The storm stuck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago.Admol Kitting said the United attempted 15 times to persuade Burmese millitary leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if Burma's leaders change their decision.The French Navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

The United Nations says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food price.UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon urged  the countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy.Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank President Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged government to lift trade barries. He said those barrias are partly to blaim for sharp price increses for many produces.

South Korea said it is ready to provide 50,000 tons of corn to North Korea. In *  Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month.But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer .Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept.If not, he said his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles  will be raised by about 12 cents a liter.Diesel fuel will be increased  about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking.Official say the price increases are necessory to help India's State Oil Companys.The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

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

Senator Barack Obama has claimed the presidential nomination of American’s Democratic Party. The senator spoke later Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Minnesota. He won the two thousand one hundred eighteen Democratic delegates needed to capture the party’s nomination. Mr. Obama is the first African-American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent senator Hillary Clinton as a leader who influences millions of Americans. Senator Clinton has refused to admit defeat. She said she plans to meet with his supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

American navy ships are preparing to leave the waters near the coast of Burma because the country’s government has refused to accept American aid. American ADM Timothy Keating says the USS Essex and support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma’s permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis. The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago. ADM Keating said the United States attempted fifteen times to persuade Burma’s military leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if Burma’s leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and its leaving the area.

The United Nations says it will take fifteen billion to twenty billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged the countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN Chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Roman, Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank president Robert Zoelick also spoke to the delegates. He urged the governments to lift the trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many problems.

South Korea says it is ready to provide fifteen thousand tons of corn to North Korea. Unification Minister Kim Ha-Joong said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month. But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer. Mr. Kim told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept. If not, he said his country will share the food through international aid agency.

The Indian government has raised the country’s fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raise by about twelve cents a liter. Diesel fuel will be increase by about seven cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raise many poor people use kerosene for cooking. Officials say the price increases are necessary to help India’s state oil companies. The oil companies suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

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.

Senator Beraco Obama has palyed the presidential nomination of American Democratic Party. The senator spoke later Tuesday to a croud of thousands of supporters in PM. He won the 2118 democratic delegates needed to capture the party’s nomination. Mr Obama is the first African American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator  praised his opnonent, senator Hilory Cliton, as a leader who influnced millions of Americans. Senator Cliton has refused to admit the defeat, she say she plans to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country ‘s government has refused to accept American aid. American TK Says the US’s excess and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma’s permition to take the aid to suvivors of *. The storm struck the * delt more than one month ago. K Said the United States attended 15 times to persuade Burma’s militory leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships would return if the Burma’s leaders changed their decision. The Franch navy also has spent its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

The United Nation says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN secretary general Banki Mor urged the countries to work together and quickly fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are reattending the confrence. World Bank president Robot Zalic also spoke to the delegates, he urged governments to life the trade barriers. He said both barriers are partly to blame to sharp price increases for many products.

South Korea say it it ready to provide 50 thousand tons to corns to North Korea. In the vocation, minister King Par Jong said South Korea has offered corns for North Korea last month. But he said the North has yet to comment to the offer. Mr King told the news reporter in so that he hopes the North Korea government will accept. If not, he said, his country will share the food throuth international aid agencies.

The Indian government has raise its fuel price second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automall bills will rise about for 12 cents a liter.This fuel will be increased by about 7 cents. But the price for * will not be raised. Many poor people use * for cooking. Official says the price increases are necessary to help Indian state oil companies. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

You’re listening to the news in VOA Special English.

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

Senator Barack Obama has claimed the Presidential nomination of the America's Democractic Party.The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota.He won the 2118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination.Mr. Obama is the first African Amrican to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent senator Hillary Clinton as " a leader who influenced millions of Americans". Senator Clinton has refused to admit the defeat .She said she planed to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

American Navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government has refused to accept American aid.American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS axis and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ship/s/ said been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis.The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago.Admol Kitting said the United Stats attempted 15 times to persuade Burmese millitary leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if Burma's leaders change their decision.The French Navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

The United Nations says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices.UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon urged  the countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wedensday to an international conference in Rome Italy.Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank President Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barries. He said those barries are partly to blaim for sharp price increses for many products.

South Korea says it is ready to provide 50,000 tons of corn to North Korea. In a vacation Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month.But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer .Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept.If not, he said his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles  will be raised by about 12 cents a liter.Diesel fuel will be increased  by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking.Official say the price increases are necessory to help India's State Oil Companys.The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

You are listening to the news in VOA .
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homework It is 15:30 Universal Time, I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1]Senator Barack Obama has claimed the Presidential nomination of America's Democractic Party.The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota.He won the 2118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination.Mr. Obama is the first African Amrican to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party.The Senator praised his opponent Senator Hillary Clinton as " a leader who influenced millions of Americans". Senator Clinton has refused to admit /the/ defeat .She said she plans the meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

[2]American Navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government has refused to accept American aid.American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS axis and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis.The storm stuck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago.Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade Burmese millitary leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if Burma's leaders change their decision.The French Navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

 

[3] The United Nations says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food price.UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon urged /the/ countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy.Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank President Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged government to lift trade barries. He said those barries are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many produces.

 

[4]South Korea said it is ready to provide 50,000 tons of corn to North Korea. In * Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month.But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer .Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept.If not, he said his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

 

[5]The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raised by about 12 cents a liter.Diesel fuel will be increased about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking.Official say the price increases are necessory to help India's State Oil Companys.The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA .

[ 本帖最后由 wellgood2008 于 2008-6-5 09:46 编辑 ]

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

 

[1]Senator Barack Obama has claimed the Presidential nomination of /the/ America's Democractic Party.The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota.He won the 2118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination.Mr. Obama is the first African Amrican to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The Senator praised his opponent Senator Hillary Clinton as " a leader who influenced millions of Americans". Senator Clinton has refused to admit /the/ defeat .She said she plans the meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

[2]American Navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government has refused to accept American aid.American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS axis and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have  been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis.The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago.Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade Burmese millitary leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if Burma's leaders change their decision.The French Navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

 

[3]The United Nations says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices.UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon urged /the/ countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy.Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank President Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barries. He said those barries are partly to blame for sharp price increses for many products.

 

[4]South Korea says it is ready to provide 50,000 tons of corn to North Korea. In a vacation Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month.But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer .Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept.If not, he said his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

 

[5]The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raised by about 12 cents a liter.Diesel fuel will be increased by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking.Official say the price increases are necessory to help India's State Oil Companys.The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

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

 

Senator Barack Obama has claimed the presidential nomination of the America's Democractic Party. The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota. He won the 2, 118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination. Mr. Obama is the first African American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent Senator Hillary Clinton as " a leader who influenced millions of Americans". Senator Clinton has refused to admit the defeat, she said she plans to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government has refused to accept American aid. American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS-SX and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis. The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago. Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade Burmese military leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships would return if Burma's leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspended its affords to send aid and its leaving the area.

 

The United Nation says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged the countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN Chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are returning the conference. World Bank President Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to bring for sharp price increases for many prevents.

South Korea says it is ready to provide 50, 000 tons of corn to North Korea. Unification Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month. But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer. Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept. If not, he said his country will share the food through International Aid Agency's.

 

The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raised by about 12 cents a liter. Diesel fuel will be increased by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking. Officials say the prices increases are necessary to help India's state oil companies. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

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]Senator Barack Obama has claimed the presidential nomination of the America's Democractic Party. The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota. He won the 2, 118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination. Mr. Obama is the first African American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent Senator Hillary Clinton as " a leader who influenced millions of Americans". Senator Clinton has refused to admit the defeat, she said she plans to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

[2]American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government has refused to accept American aid. American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS-SX and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis. The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago. Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade Burmese military leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships would return if Burma's leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspended its affords to send aid and its leaving the area.

 

[3]The United Nation says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged the countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN Chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are returning the conference. World Bank President Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many prevents.

 

[4]South Korea says it is ready to provide 50, 000 tons of corn to North Korea. Unification Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month. But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer. Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korean government will accept. If not, he said his country will share the food through International Aid Agency's.

 

[5]The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raised by about 12 cents a liter. Diesel fuel will be increased by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking. Officials say the prices increases are necessary to help India's state oil companies. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
 

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

1) Senator Barack Obama has claimed presidential nomination of the American’s Democratic Party. The Senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowed of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota. He won the 2118 Democratic delegates needed to capture the party’s nomination. Mr. Obama is the first African American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent Harry Clinton as the leader who influenced millions of Americans. Senator Clinton has refused to admit the defeat. She said she planed to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

2) American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country’s government has refused to accept American aid. American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS Essex and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships has been waiting for Burma’s permission to take the aid to survivors of the Cyclone Nargis. The storm stroke the area Irrawaddy Delta more than a month’s ago. Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade Burma Military leaders to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if Burma’s leaders change their decision. The French navy also suspended its efforts to send aids and is leaving the area.

 

3) The United Nations says it will take 15 dollars to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food price. UN Secretary Bang Ki-moon urged the countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank President Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many products.

 

4) South Korea says it is ready to provide 50000 tons of corn to North Korea. In a vacation, Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to last months, but he said the North has yet to comment on the offer. Mr. King told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes North Korea government will accept ,” if not”, he said, his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

 

5) The India government has raised country’s fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price fuel for automobiles will be raised by about 12 cents a liter . Diesel fuel will be increased by about 7cents, but the price of kerosene will be not raised, many poor people use kerosene for cooking. A official says the price increasing are necessary to help India’s State Oil Companys . The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses. You are listening to the news in VOA

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

 

Senator Barack Obama has claimed the presidential nomination of the America's democratic party. The senator spoke later Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in * Minnesota. He warned 2118 democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination. Mr Obama is the first Africa-American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent senator Hilary Cliton as a leader who influenced millions of Americans. Senator Cliton has refused to admit defeat. She said she plans the meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's gorvenment has refused to accept American aid. American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS access and the support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivals of cyclone Nargis. The storm sturck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago.  Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade the Burmese military leaders to let the ships entry Burmese ports. He said the ships would return if Burma's leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

 

The United Nations says they will take 15,000,000,000 to 20,000,000,000 dollars each year to ease the problem of raising food prices. UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon urged countries to work together and quickly to fire the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome, Italy. Delegates from more than 118 countries are attending the conference. World Bank president Robert Zoellick also spoke to the delegates. He urges governments to lift the trade barriers . He said both barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many provinces.

 

South Korea says it is ready to provide 15,000 tons of cow to North Korea. Unification Minister Kim Ha-joong said South Korea had offered cowto North Korea last month. But he said the North has yet to comment to the offer. Mr Kim told news reporters in Seoul that it hopes the North Korean government will accept. If not ,he said, its country will share the food through international food aid agencies.

 

The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automoiles will be raised by about 12 cents a liter. Diesel fuel will be increased by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosence for cooking. Officials say the pricing increases are necessary to help India's state oil companies. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special News.

 

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

 

[1] Senator Barack Obama has claimed presidential nomination of American Democratic Party. The senator spoke late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota. He won the 2118 democratic delegates needed to capture the party’s nomination. Mr. Obama is the first African American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent senator Hillary Clinton as a leader who influenced millions of Americans. Senator Clinton has refused to admit defeat. She says she plans to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

[2] American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country’s government has refused to accept American aid. American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS axis and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma’s permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis. The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago. Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade the Burma’s military leaders to let the ships enter the Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if the Burma’s leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

 

[3] The United Nations says they will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon urged countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Band president Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many produces.

 

[4] South Korea says it is ready to provide 50,000 tons of corn to North Korea. __ Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month. But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer. Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korea government will accept. If not, he said, his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

 

[5] The Indian government has raised the country’s fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raised by above 12 cents a liter. Diesel fuel will be increased by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking. Officials say the price increases are necessary to help Indian’s state oil companies. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

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Senator Barack Obama has claimed the presidential nomination of American's Democratic Party. The senator spoke late Tuesday to crowd thousands of supporters in /Minisota. He won 2118 democratic delegates needed to capture the party's nomination. Mister Obama is the first African-American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent senator Hillary Clinton as a leader who influenced millions of Americans. Senator Clinton has refused to admit defeat. She said she plans to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

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The United Nations says it will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome, Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank President R also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said these barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increase for many products.

 

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[1] Senator Barack Obama has claimed presidential nomination of America's Democratic Party. The senator spoke later Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of supporters in Simpo Minnesota. He won the 2118 democratic delegates needed to capture the party’s nomination. Mr. Obama is the first African American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The senator praised his opponent senator Hillary Clinton as a leader who influenced millions of Americans. Senator Clinton has refused to admit defeat. She says she plans to meet with her supporters and party officials before making a final decision.

 

[2] American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country’s government has refused to accept American aid. American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS axis and its support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma’s permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis. The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago. Admol Kitting said the United States attempted 15 times to persuade the Burma’s military leaders to let the ships enter the Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if the Burma’s leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspended its efforts to send aid and is leaving the area.

 

[3] The United Nations says they will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon urged countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN chief spoke Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending the conference. World Bank president Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to blame for sharp price increases for many produces.

 

[4] South Korea says it is ready to provide 50,000 tons of corn to North Korea. Unification Minister Kin Ha-Jung said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month. But he said the North has yet to comment on the offer. Mr. Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes the North Korea government will accept. If not, he said, his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

 

[5] The Indian government has raised the country’s fuel prices for the second time this year. The government says the price of fuel for automobiles will be raised by above 12 cents a liter. Diesel fuel will be increased by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosene will not be raised. Many poor people use kerosene for cooking. Officials say the price increases are necessary to help Indian’s state oil companies. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

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

 

1.Senator Barack Obama has claimed the presidential nomination of the American's Democratic Party. The Sentor spoken late Tuesday to a crowd of thousands of of supporters in Simpo Minnesota. He won 2,118 Democratic delegants needed to capture the Party nomination. Mr Obama is the first African American to become the expected presidential candidate for a major political party. The Senator prasied his opponent Senator Hillary Clinton as a leader who influenced millions of Americans. Senator Clinton has refused to admit the defeat. She say she plans to meet with the supporters and party officals before making the final decision.

 

2.American navy ships are preparing to leave waters near the coast of Burma because the country's government refused to accept American aid. American Admol Timify Kitting says the USS-SX and the support ships will leave Thursday. The ships have been waiting for Burma's permission to take the aid to survivors of Cyclone Nargis. The storm struck the Irrawaddy Delta more than a month ago. Admol Kitting said the United States are attend 15 times to persuade Burmese military leader to let the ships enter Burmese ports. He said the ships will return if Burmese leaders change their decision. The French navy also has suspected its affords to send aid and is leaving the area.

 

3.The United Nation says they will take 15 billion to 20 billion dollars each year to ease the problem of rising food prices. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged the countries to work together and quickly to fight the problem. The UN Chief spoken Wednesday to an international conference in Rome Italy. Delegates from more than 180 countries are attending conference. World bank president Robert Zalic also spoke to the delegates. He urged governments to lift trade barriers. He said those barriers are partly to blame for sharp prices increases for many prevents.

 

4.South Korea says it is ready provide 50,000 tons of corn to North Korea. Unification, Minister Kin Hajong said South Korea had offered the corn to North Korea last month. But he said the north has yet to comment on the offer. Mr Kin told news reporters in Seoul that he hopes North Korea government will accept. If not,he said, his country will share the food through international aid agencies.

 

5.The Indian government has raised the country's fuel prices for the second time this year. The government say the price of fuel for automobiles will be raise by about 12 cents a liter. Diesal fuel will increased by about 7 cents. But the price of kerosense will not be raise. Many poor people use kerosense for cooking. Offical say the prices increase are necessary to help Indian's state oil company. The oil companies have suffered tens of thousands of dollars in losses.

 

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