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

 

[1] China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

 

[2] An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American Embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim crossed at the border village of Panmunjom. His visit is aimed at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. Kim is the State Department’s top Korean expert. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

[3] Protestors gathered in South Korea’s capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government’s decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowd. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around the official home of South Korea’s president. Earlier Tuesday a government spokesman said Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and his cabinet offer to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean President Lee Myung-bak accepted the resignations.

 

[4] President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at his final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanked European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

[5] The rising cost of oil imports pushed America’s trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8% more than the trade deficit for March. Late Monday American Central Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of a slowing economy remains but is easing. Investors consider his comments as a sign the Federal Reserve has ended a long series of interest rate cuts.

 

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

 

China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area, more than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

 

An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American Embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim crossed at the border village of Panmunjom.  His visit is end at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disabler its nuclear centers. Mr. Kim is the State Department’s top Korean expert. He is to return South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

Protestors gathered in South Korea’s capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government’s decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowded. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around official home of South Korea’s president. Earlier Tuesday a government spokesman said Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and his cabinet offer to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean President Lee Myung-bak accepted the resignations.

 

President Bush says Iran faces International action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at its final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned a dangerous the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Bush found European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

The rising caused of the oil imports pressured American’s trade deposit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8% more than the trade deposit for March. Later Monday American Central Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of slowing economy remains but its easing. In westerns consider his comments has sign the Federal Reserve has entered a long serious of interest rate cuts.          

 

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

China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The reports said half of water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops use anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250 thousand people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim crossed at the border village of Panmunjong. His visit is aimed that speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. Kim is the State Departments top Korean expert. He is to retuning to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

Protestors gathered in South Korea’s capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government’s decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowd. Large shipping containers are been used to block streets around the official home of South Korea’s president. Earlier Tuesday, a government spokesman said Prime Minister Han Seung Soo and his cabinet offered to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean President Lee Myung-ban accepted the resignations.

President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not halt its Uranium Enrichment Program. The president spoke in Slovenia at his final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers: the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now it’s time for all nations to work together to stop Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanked European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The rising cost of oil imports pushed the America’s trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly sixty-one billion dollars for the month. That is nearly eighty percent more than trade deficit for March. Later, Monday American Central Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of slowing economy remains, but it is easy. Investors consider his comments as a sign, the Federal Reserve has end a long series of interest rate cuts.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

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

 

[1]China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

 

[2]An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American Embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim crossed at the border village of Panmunjom. His visit is aimed at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. Kim is the State Department’s top Korean expert. He is to return South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

[3]Protestors gathered in South Korea’s capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government’s decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowded. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around official home of South Korea’s president. Earlier Tuesday a government spokesman said Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and his cabinet offer to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean President Lee Myung-bak accepted the resignations.

 

[4] President Bush says Iran faces International action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at its final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned a dangers the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanked European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

[5]The rising cost of the oil imports pushed American’s trade deposit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8% more than the trade deposit for March. Later Monday American Central Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of slowing economy remains but its easing. Investors consider his comments as sign the Federal Reserve has ended a long serious of interest rate cuts.

 

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

 

China says it had successfully reduced water level in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The XinHua news agency says the province's top official may be announcement after water began flowing from Tanjiashan Lake. The reports said half water in the lake has been moved. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops use anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250 thousand people were ordered to leave the area. More than 1 million others were threaten by flooding if the lake burst.

 

An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American embassy in South Korea says Song Kim crossed at the border village Panmunjom. His visit is aimed at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centres. Mr. Kim is the state department top Korean experts. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

Protestors gathered in South Korea's Capital Tuesday in a biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government's decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowd. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around the official home of South Korea's President. Earlier Tuesday a government's spokesman said Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and his cabinet offer to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korea President Lee Myung Bak accepted the resignations.

 

President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not hold its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at this final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers the world will face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran's nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanked the European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The rising cost of oil imports push the America's trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8 percent more than the trade deficit for March. Late Monday American central bank Chairman Ben Bernanke said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of slowing economy remains but is ease. Investors consider his comments as a sign the Federal Reserve has ended a long series of interests rate cuts.

 

You are listening to the new to VOA Special English

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

 

China says it has successfully reduced water level in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan Province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top officials mad the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water level began on Saturday. Chinese troops use anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250 000 people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake bursts.

 

An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American Embassy in South Korea says Sonkim crossed at the border village of P. His visit is aimed at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. Kim is the sate department’s top Korean expert. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

Protestors gather in South Korea’s capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government’s decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowd. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around the official home of South Koreas president. Earlier Tuesday, a government spokesman said Prime Minister Hunsensu and his cabinet offered to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean President Leeyongba accepted the resignation.

 

President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at his final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now it is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanks European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

The rising cost of oil imports pushed America’s trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The commerce department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion USD for a month. That is nearly 8% more than the trade deficit for March. Late Monday, American Central Bank Chairman Benbur Nancky said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of slowing economy remains but it is easing. Investors consider his comments as a sign the Federal Reserve has ended a long series of interest rate cuts.

 

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 Wahsington.

 

China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua news agency says the province's top official may be announcement after water's began flowing from Tangjiaxiang lake The reports said half of the water in the lake has been removed .efforts reduce water levels begun on Saturday .Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rockets surrounding the lake .About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area .More than 1 million other were threaten flooding if the lake burst.


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The rising cost oil imports push the American treat defecity for appove to its higher level in more than a year. The commerce department says the deference between American export and import was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. that is nearly 8% more than tread defesit for March. Later Monday American central Bank chairman * said the thread are inflation is glowing He also said the thread of slowing economy remains but it easy in Wester's considered  his comments as sign the federal result has indeaded along series of interest rate cost 

 

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

 

[1]China says it has successfully reduce water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province's top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan lake. The reports said, half of the water in the lake has been remove. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops use anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were order to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

 

[2]An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American Embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim crossed at the border village of Panmunjom. His visit is aimed at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. Kim is State Department's top Korea experts. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

[3]Protestors gathered in South Korea's capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet aganist the government. The protestors are angry about the government's decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were depolyed to control the crowd. Large shipping containers are being use to block streets around the official home of South Korea's President. Earlier Tuesday, a government spokesman said Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and his cabinet offer to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korea President Lee Myung-bak accepted the resignations.

 

[4]President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at its final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned a dangers the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now it's the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran's nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanked the European Union countries for their support in the Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

[5]The rising cost of oil imports pushed American's trade deposit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8% more than the trade deposit for March. Later Monday, American Central Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of flowing economy remains but its easing. Investors consider his comments as signs the Federal Reserve has ended a long serious of interest rate cuts.

 

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  It's 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.
 [1] China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan Province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province's top officials made the anouncement after waters began flowing from Tanjiashan Lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.
 [2] An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The America Embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim crossed at the border village of Panmunjom. This visit is aim that speaking effort by  North Korea disable its nuclear centers. Mr.Kim is the state department's top Korean expert. He is to return to South Korea on Wenesday before returning to Washington.
 [3] Protesters gathered in South Korea's capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protesters are angry about the government's desicion to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of  people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowd. Large shaping containers are being used to block streets around the official home of South Korea's President. Earlier Tuesday, a government spokesman said prime minister Hang Song-su and his cabnit offer to resign during a weekly cabnit meeting. It is not clear if South Korean president Lee Ming-bak accepted the resignations.
  [4] President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at its final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr.Bush said now it is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran's nuclear program. Mr.Bush thanked European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  [5] The rising cost of oil imports pushed America's trade deposit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The / Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8 percent more than the trade deposit for March. Late Monday, American Central Bank Chairman Ben / said the threat of inflaction is growing. He also said the threat of a slowing economy remians but is easing. Investers consider his comments as a sign the federal reserve has indeed a long series of interest reed counts.
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It is 15:30 universal time. I am Steve Winber in Washington.

China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua news agency says the province's top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explore rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area, More 1 million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

An American diplomat has arrived in North korea. The American embassy in south Korea says the Song Kim acrossed at the boarder village of Panmengjiang. His visit is aiming at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable his neuclear centers. Mr.kim is the state department's top Korea expert. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday, before returning to Washington.

Protestors gatherd in South Korea capital Tuesday in the biggest demostration yet against the gorverment. The protesters are angry about the gorverment' s decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part the demonstration. Tens of thousands of royal police and soliders were deployed to control the crowds. Large shipping containers are being uesed to block the street around the official home of the South Korea presdent. earlier Tuesday a gorverment spokesman said , the primary minister HansongSu and his cabinet offered to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if the South Korea presdent Yinyongba accepted the resignation.

Presdent Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not hold its Uranium enrichment program. The presdent spoke in Slovinia at his final meeting with Europen union leaders. He warned up the dangers the world would face if Iran developes nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now it's the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran's nuclear program. Mr Bush thank Europen union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The rising cost of oil import pushs the trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The commerce department says the difference between the export and import of American was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8% more than trade deficit for March. Late monday American Central bank chairman Bernach said the threat of inflation is growing, he also said the threat of slowing economy remains but is easy. Enbaster consider his comments as a sign the federal reserve has ended a long series of intrest rate cuts.

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

 

[1]China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

 

[2]An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American Embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim crossed at the border village of Panmunjom. His visit is aimed at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. Kim is the State Department’s top Korean expert. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

[3]Protestors gathered in South Korea’s capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government’s decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowd/ed/. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around the official home of South Korea’s president. Earlier Tuesday a government spokesman said Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and his cabinet offer to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean President Lee Myung-bak accepted the resignations.

 

[4] President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at his final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanked European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

[5]The rising cost of /the/ oil imports pushed America/n/’s trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8% more than the trade deficit for March. Late/r/ Monday American Central Bank Chairman Ben Bernanke said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of a slowing economy remains but is easing. Investors consider his comments as a sign the Federal Reserve has ended a long series of interest rate cuts.

 

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

 

1. China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province's top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tang Jiashan lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.

 

2. An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American embassy in South Korea says *** crossed at the border village of ***. His visit is aimed at speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. *** is the State Department' top Korean expert. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington. 

 

3. Protestors gathered in South Korea' capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against the government. The protestors are angry about the government's decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from the United States. Reports say as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of roit police and soldiers were deployed to control the crowd. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around the official home of South Korea's president. Earlier Tuesday a government spokesman said Prime Minister *** and his cabinet offered to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean president *** accepted the resignation.

 

4. President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not halt its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in Slovenia at his final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers the world would face if Iran develops nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush said now is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran's nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanked European Union countries for their support in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

5. The rising cost of oil imports pushed America's trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The Commerce Department says the difference between American exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month. That is nearly 8% more than the trade deficit for March. Late Monday American Central Bank chairman *** said the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of a slowing economy renames ???, but it's easy. Investors consider his comments has a sign the Federal Reserve has ended a long series of interest rate cuts.
 
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Wahsington.

 

China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua news agency says the province's top official made the announcement after water's began flowing from Tangjiashan lake. The reports said half of the waters in the lake has been removed .efforts reduce water levels begun on Saturday .Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake .About 250,000 people were ordered to leave the area .More than 1 million others were threaten flooding if the lake burst.

 

An American diplomat has arrived in North Korea. The American embassy in South Korea says * crossed at border village in *is visited is aid death speeding up efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centers. Mr. king is State departments top Korean experts, He is returned to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington. Protestors gethered in South Korea capital Tuesdayin the biggest demonstration yet against government .The protestors angry about government decision to suspend a ban on beef imports from United States. Report say as many as hundreds of thousands of the people took part in demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and solders were deployed to control the crowd .Large shiping containers of been used to block streets around officials home of South Korea president .Earlier Tuesday a government spokesman said Prime Minister Hansensu and his cabinet offered to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting .It is not clear if South Korea President YinYan Bark accepted the resignations.

 

President Bush says Iran faces International action if it does not halt its reunion enrichment program.The president spoking Surveillian at its final meeting with European Union leaders .He warned of the dangers the world would face if the Iran develops nuclear weapons.Mr Bush said now is the time for all nations to work togerther to stop Iran's nuclear program.Mr Bush thanked the European Union countries for their supports in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

For rising cost of oil imports pushed Amerian's trade deficit for April to its highest level in more than a year.The covers department says the difference between the American exports and imports was nearly sixty one billion dollars for the month.That is nearly eight percent more than the trade deficit for March.Late Monday American center bank chairman BerNanki said the threat of inflation is growing .He also said the threat of slowing economy remains but is easing.Investors consider his comments as a sign.The federal reserve has ended a long series increase rate cuts.

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

 

[1] China says it has sucessfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan Province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top official made an announcement after water began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The report said half of the water in the lake has been removed. Efferts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops used anti-tank weapons to explode the rocks surrounding the lake. About 250,000 people were order to leave the area. More than 1 million others were treatened by flooding if the lake burst.

 

[2] An American deplomatei has arrived in North Korea. The American Embassy in South Korea says Sung Kim cross at the border village Panmujang. His visit is aimed at speeding up the efforts by North Korea to disable its nuclear centres. Mr. Kim is the State Department top Korean expert. He is to return to South Korea on Wednesday before returning to Washington.

 

[3] Protesters gather in South Korea’s capital Tuesday in the biggest demonstration yet against government. The protesters are angry about the government’s decision to suspand a ban on beaf imports from the United States. Reports says as many as hundreds of thousands of people took part in the demonstration. Tens of thousands of riot police and soiders were deployed to control the crowd. Large shipping containers are being used to block streets around the offical home of South Korea’s president. Earlier Tuesday a government spokesman said the Prime Minister Han Song-su and his cabinet offer to resign during a weekly cabinet meeting. It is not clear if South Korean President Lee Myung-bak accepted the resignations.

 

[4] President Bush says Iran faces international action if it does not * its uranium enrichment program. The president spoke in slovenia at his final meeting with European Union leaders. He warned of the dangers the world will face if Iran develop nuclear weapons. Mr. Bush says now is the time for all nations to work together to stop Iran’s nuclear program. Mr. Bush thanks to the European Union countries and their supports in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

[5] The rising cost of oil imports push American’s trade deposit for April to its highest level in more than a year. The commerce department says the differents between American’s exports and imports was nearly 61 billion dollars for the month , that is nearly 8% more than the trade deposit for March. Late Monday, American central bank chairman Bernarke says the threat of inflation is growing. He also said the threat of slowing economy events remains but is easy. Investors consider his commands as a sign the federal reserve has indid a long serious of interest rate cuts.

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China says it has successfully reduced water levels in a lake created by the big earthquake last month in Sichuan province. The Xinhua News Agency says the province’s top official made the announcement after waters began flowing from Tangjiashan Lake. The reports said half of water in the lake has been removed. Efforts to reduce water levels began on Saturday. Chinese troops use anti-tank weapons to explode rocks surrounding the lake. About 250 thousand people were ordered to leave the area. More than one million others were threatened by flooding if the lake burst.
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