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The annual summit of the world’s leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change. But as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Bridge Candle reports from Hokkaido, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

The concern that has already eclipsed climate change here in Hokkaido though is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk of a task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers, and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.

The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left evening prayers at a mosque. It's the latest in a series of assaults on humanitarian workers and peace activists in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted in Somali capital. Mogadishu has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support the transitional government last year, ousting Islamist groups.

Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strewn with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who'd gathered at the city's Red Mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary of the storming of the mosque last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interior Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.

“It’s premature to blame anyone. Investigation takes a little time, and we are not in the position to either blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time.”

The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to release all its remaining hostages, following the rescue of the politician, Ingrid Betancourt, on Wednesday. Warren Bull of our America’s editor reports.

In an article published in the Cuban state-controlled media, Mr. Castro said he had energetically criticized, what he describes, as the cruel methods of kidnapping and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolution said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 50 years, those rebel groups which had disarmed did not, as he put it, survive to see the peace.

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by Western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness said a group of up to 80 people was mistakenly attacked. US-led coalition forces in Afghanistan said they had carried out precision strikes on militants, killing several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Nuristan.

At least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. The Chinese state news agency Xinhua said four miners were rescued while seven escaped on their own from the Wujiu Coal Mine in Shanxi Province. China has one of the worst records for mining accidents in the world with almost 3,800 miners killed last year.

Tennis, and Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon men’s singles title. Nadal stopped Federer's five-year Wimbledon reign by winning nine-games-to-seven in the 5th set. Jonathan Overran reports.

After almost five hours of spellbinding sporting drama in near darkness and with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream as though their lives depended on it, Nadal crashed to his back in disbelief, as Federer on the fourth match point netted with a forehand. The previous match points had all been saved magnificently by a resolute defending champion who himself was only two points from a record six title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four-week triple crown of Roland Garros, Queens and Wimbledon has never been won before in the same year.

Automotive racing, and the McLaren driver, Lewis Hamilton, has won a rain-soaked British Grand Prix, finishing more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three-way tie atop the Formula 1 drivers championship between Hamilton, 
Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen.

BBC News.


match point: the final point needed to win a match (especially in tennis) 一场中的决胜分


forehand:正手


net: to hit or kick the ball into the net in sport 击球没过网


a three-way tie: 三方成绩并列、三方平局



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BBC News with Mary Small.

The annual summit the world leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks put focus on climate change. But as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Rachel / reports from Toyako, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

The concerns have already enclosed climate change here in Toyako, although it is the // of oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing a new technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk is a task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers, and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way but to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.


The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot at the head as he left the impress //. It's the latest in a series of assaults on humanitarian workers to peace visit in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted in Somali capital, a // has been // by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year. // is the // groups.


Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses // dead and damaged people lying in the streets // with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who gathered at the city's //. The Islamists were marking the anniversary // of the // last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interial Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.
...

The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to release // remaining hostages, following the rescue of the politician, Ingrid Betancourt, on Wednesday. // of our American // reports.

In an article published in the Cuban state controlled media, Mr. Castro said he thought it was critic on what he describes as the cruel methods of kidnapping, and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolutions said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 50 years those rebel groups which had // did not act as he put it / to see the peace.

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air strikes by Western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them were children. A witness says a group of up to 80 was mistaken in the attack. US led coalition forces of Afghanistan said they had carried out a perdition strike on militants, killing several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of //.


At 21 miners have been killed by carbon // poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. Chinese state news agency Xinhua said 4 miners were rescued while 7 escaped on a roam from the // coal mine in Shanxi Province. China has one of the worst records of mining accidents in the world, with almost 3800 miners killed last year.


Tennis. Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon man single's title. Nadal stopped Federer's five years Wimbledon ring by winning nine // to seven in the //. // reports.

After almost five hours of // binding sporting drama in // with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream and still their lives depend on it. Nadal crashed to his backed disbelief, as Federer on his fourth match point netted with //. The previous match point // magnificently by // defending champion who himself was only two points record // title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four week trip crown of // Wimbledon has never been one before in the same year.

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BBC News.

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BBC news with Mary Small The annual summit of the world’s leading industrialized countries the G8 is opening in Japan. The Japanese has originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change but the BBC’s diplomatic correspondent / reports from Hokkaido concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate the discussions.

 

The concerns already ? to the climate change here in Hokkaido is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fixed sollution. The US and Japan are pushing a new and clean technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, they will talk about the task forth to stop future crisis. Easing trade barriers and boosting agricultural producting is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world’s poorest nations.

 

The head of the UN’s development programme in Somalia / has been killed by gunman in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left the ? of the masque. It is the latest and serious assaut on the huamnitarian workers and peace activist in Somalia. Last month, UN officials were…./ has been by violence since / troops moved into Somalia to support the transitional government last year. Austin is among the groups.

 

 Police in Parkistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police offices in the capital Islambad. Vitnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strewing with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of / would gathered at the city’s red masque. The Islamic were marking the anniversary of the storming of the masque last year when security forces killed more than a hundred people during a confrontation with millitants. The Parkistan’s interior secretary / declined to say who he thought was behind the attack .

 

 These premature complaint …mind and we … position at this point of time

 

The former president of Cuba / has called on the FACK rebel movement on Colombia to releasing all its remaining hostages following the rescuing of the politation Ingrid Betancourt on Wednesday. / reports. In a statement published by the Cuba state- controlled media, …..said what he descibed as a cruel kidnapping and holding the hostages in the juggle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolution said the FACK should not lay down their weapons. He said during the past 50 years, those rebel groups which have disarmed didn’t as he put it survive to see the peace.

 

You are listening to world news from the BBC.

 

A district governor in East Afghanistan says error attacks by western forces had hit a wedding party killing more than twenty civillance most of them women and children. A vitness said a group up to 80 people were mistakenly attacked. US-led coalition forces in Afganistan said they had carried out precision strikes on millitants killing several of them.

 

On Saturday president / ordered an investigation into the reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Noristan. At least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in the coal mine in northern China. The chinese state news agency Xinhua said four miners were rescued while seven escaped on their own from the Wujiu coal mine in Shanxi province. China has one of the worst record from mining accidents in the world with almost 3080 miners killed last year.

 

 

 Tennis / of Spain has beaten the world’s number one / of Switzland to win his first wimbledon men single’s title. That helped stop / five year of wimbledon rings by winning nine games to seven in the fixed set. / reports.

 

 

After almost five hours of spelt bindding sporting drama and near darkness with both players hanging onto the and dream their lives depending on them. / crashed to the betan disbelieve it as / fourth match point netted with the four hand. The previous match all has safe magnificently by a resolute defining champin who himself with 2 points record safe title at 5:4 at the final set. Triple crowned of queen of wimbledon have never been one before in the same year.

 

 

And the / driver / has won the british / finishing more than of the filed results a three- way tie won driver’s champinship between// and / BBC news.

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BBC News with Mary Small.

 

The annual summit the world leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks put focus on climate change. But as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Rachel / reports from Toyako, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concerns have already eclipsed climate change here in Toyako, although it is the impact of oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing a new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk is a task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers, and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.


The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot at the head as he left the prayers in the mosque. It's the latest in a series of assaults on humanitarian workers to peace visit in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted in Somali capital, a issue has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year. posting is the missed groups.


Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and  injured people lying in the streets strew with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who gathered at the city's //mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary storming of the marsque last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interial Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.
...

 

The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to release all the remaining hostages, following the rescue of the politician, Ingrid Betancourt, on Wednesday. // of our American // reports.

In an article published in the Cuban state controlled media, Mr. Castro said he thought it was critic on what he describes as the cruel methods of kidnapping, and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolutions said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 50 years those rebel groups which had decided did not act as he put it survive to see the peace.

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air strikes by Western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness says a group of up to 80 was mistaken in the attack. US led coalition forces of Afghanistan said they had carried out a precision strike on militants, killing several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of //.


At 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. Chinese state news agency Xinhua said 4 miners were rescued while 7 escaped on a roam from the // coal mine in Shanxi Province. China has one of the worst records of mining accidents in the world, with almost 3800 miners killed last year.


Tennis. Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon man single's title. Nadal stopped Federer's five years Wimbledon ring by winning nine // to seven in the //. // reports.

 

After almost five hours of spill binding sporting drama in near darkness with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream and still their lives depend on it. Nadal crashed to his backed disbelief, as Federer on his fourth match point netted with forehand. The previous match point // magnificently by Israeli defending champion who himself was only two points record // title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four week triple crowned of rolling Wimbledon has never been one before in the same year.

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BBC News with Mary Small

 

The annual summit of the world's leading industrialised counties, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change, but the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Bridget Kendall reports from Toyako, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concern, that has already eclipsed climate change here in Toyako, is the impact of the rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing new cleaner technology as one towards to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk of task force to stop future crisises, easing trade barrier and boosting aricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.

 

The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital, Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left / prayers at a mosque. It is the latest in the series of assaults on humanitarian workers and peace activists in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted ... in the capital. Mogadishu has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year, oustering Islamist groups.

 

Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide a bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strewn with glass, blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officiers who were controling a large rally of Islamists who gathered at the city's Red Mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary of the storming of the mosque last year, one security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants.

 

The Pakistani Interior Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack. "It's / to blame anyone investigation ... and / position to / be or anyone responsible a dispoint of /.

 

The former President of Cuba Fidel Castro has called on the Farc rebel movement in Colombia to release all of its remaining hostages following the rescue of the politician Ingrid Betancourt on Wednesday. Warren Bull of our America's / reports.

 

In an article published in the Cuban state-controled media, Mr. Castro was in the centre to criticize what he described the cruel methods of kidnapping and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man, who headed the Cuban revolution, said the Farc should not lay down its weapons. He said that, during the past 50 years, those rebel groups retired to resound did not as he put it "survive to see the peace".

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A district governer in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by western forces have hit a wedding party killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness said a group of up to 80 people was mistakenly attacked. US-led coalition forces in Afghanistan said they have carried out precision strikes on militants kill several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 15 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Nangarhar.

 

At least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in the coal mine in northern China. The Chinese state news agency, Xinhua, said 4 miners were rescued while 7 escaped / from the Wujiu Coal Mine in Shanxi province. China has one of the worst record for mining accidents in the world with almost 3,800 miners killed last year.

 

Tennis, and Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number 1 Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon men's singles title. That have stopped Federer's 5-year Wimbledon win by winning 9 games to 7 in the fifth set. D. O. reports.

 

After almost 5 hours of / sporting drama in / / with both players hanging onto the Wimbledon dreams as they had alive depended on it. Nadal crashed to his backing disbelief as Federer on the fourth match point native with the full hand. The previous match point that open saved magnificently by a resolute defending champion who himself was early 2 points a record sixth title has / in the final set. Nadal's 4 victorible / of Roland-Garros Queens Wimbledon has never been won the foreign /.

 

On the motor race, and the McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton has won the / of British Grand Prix, finishing in more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. The result means / 3 way /, but the top / drivers' championship between the Hamilton, Massa and /.

 

BBC News.

 

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Here is Rafael Nadal of Span!!

 

That’s all coming up here on the world today.

 

First then we’ll get the world news. BBC news with Maryl Small.

 

The annual summit of world’s leading industrialized countries the G8 is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change. But as the BBC’s diplomatic correspondent Brigit Candle reports from Hokkaido, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concern that has already eclipsed the climate change though is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fixed solution. The U.S. and Japan are pushing new and clearer technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk of “task force” to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and to help the world’s poorest nations.

 

The head of the United Nation’s development program in Somalia Osman Ali Ahmed has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left in  prayers in the Mosque. It’s the latest in a serious of assaults on humanitarian workers and peace activists in Somalia. Last month, an UN official was abducted in Somalia’s capital.

 

Mogadishu has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support a transitional government last year, ousting Islamist groups.

 

 Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide boomer attacked a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the street, ... with glass, blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists, who gathered in the city’s red mosque.

 

The Islamists were marking the anniversary of the storming of the mosque last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with a confrontation with militants.

 

The Pakistani interior secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.

 

 “It’s premature to blame anyone, investigation keeps it upto time, and we are not in the position to either blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time."

 

 Before now, the president of Cuba Fidel Castro has called on the FARC rival movement in Columbia to release all its remaining hostages following the rescue of the politician Ingrid Betancourt on Wednesday.

 

Moran Boo of our American desk reports.

 

In an article published in a Cuban’s state controlled media, Mr. Castro … the critic of what he describes as cruel mechanism of kidnapping and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolutions said the FARK should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 15 years, those rival groups which had disarmed did not as he put it, survive to see the peace.

 

You are listening to world news from the BBC.

 

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by western forces have hit a wedding party killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness said a group of up to 80 people was mistakenly attacked. US led collation forces in Afghanistan said that they had carried out precision strike on militants, killing several of them.

 

On Saturday, President Kamid Hardsii ordered an investigation into report that 22 civilians were killed in the collision air striked in the eastern province of Nouristan.

 

 

At lease 21 miners have been killed by a carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine of northern China. The Chinese state news agency Xin Hua said four miners were rescued while seven escaped on their own from a  Wujiu coal mine  coal mine from Shanxi province. China has one of the worst records for mining accidents in the world with almost 13 800 miners killed last year.

 

Tennis.

 

 And Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world’s No. 1 Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon man single’s title. Nadal stopped Federer as five-year Wimbledon reign by winning nine games to seven in the fifth set.

 

Johansson Overran reports

 

After almost five hours of spell-binding sporting drama, in near darkness with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dreams as though their lives depend on it, Nadal crashed to his back in disbelief, as Federer on the fourth match point netted with a forehand.

 

The previous match points had all been saved magnificently by a resolute defending champion who himself was only 2 points from the record safe title at 5-4 in the final set.

 

Nadal’s four-week triple crown of Roland, Garros, Queens and Wimbledon has never been won before in the same year.

 

 

The McLaren driver Louis Hamilton has won the reign to British Grand Prix finishing more than a minite a head of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three way tied to the top of the Fomular 1 drivers championshinp between Hamilton, Philip Massa and Kimi Räikkönen

 

 

 

 

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1. President Kamid Hardsii --Afghanistan the eastern province of Nouristan. Nouristan is one of the country's most unusual regions. Set in striking mountains near the Indian border, this dramatic, forested area features wooden hillside homes. (The Greek god Dionysus figures prominently in Nouristani legend.)

 

 

2. Somalia capital Mogadishu Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia

 

 

 3. Rafa Nadal fell flat on his back in a mixture of unbridled joy and sheer exhaustion in near darkness last night as he fulfilled his dream to add the Wimbledon title to the four French Opens he has already won. The “King of Clay” as Rafa is famously known around the tennis world is now aspiring to become the king of grass after deposing one of the finest champions this great tournament has ever produced, Roger Federer, the five times champion from Switzerland.

 

4. 这是维基百科上Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton的简介

 

Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton (born 7 January 1985) is an English Formula One racing driver, currently racing for the McLaren Mercedes team. Hamilton was named after the American sprinter Carl Lewis.

 

 At the age of ten, he approached McLaren team principal, Ron Dennis, at an awards ceremony and told him "I want to race for you one day."; less than three years later, he was signed by McLaren and Mercedes-Benz to their Young Driver Support Programme.

 

 After winning the British Formula Renault, European Formula Three and GP2 championship, he became a McLaren F1 driver for 2007, making his Formula One debut 12 years after his initial encounter with Dennis. Hamilton is often labelled "the first black driver in Formula One",but is actually mixed-race, with a black father and white mother.

 

 In his first season in Formula One, Hamilton set numerous rookie records and finished second in the 2007 Formula One Championship, behind Kimi Räikkönen. He has stated that he wants to stay with the McLaren team for the rest of his F1 career.

 

5. 下面是一级方程式的官方网站, 有空看看, 对背景不了解,听得懂才怪

 

 http://www.formula1.com/teams_and_drivers/drivers/828/

 

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BBC News with Mary Small.

 

The annual summit the world leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change. But as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Bridge Candle reports from Hokkaido, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concerns were already eclipsed climate change here in Hokkaido is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing a new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk is a task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers, and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.


The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot at the head as he left the prayers in the mosque. It's the latest in a series of assaults on humanitarian workers to peace
activities in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted in Somali capital; a issue has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year. Ousting is the missed groups.


Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strew with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who gathered at the city's Red mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary storming of the mosque last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interior Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.

 

It’s premature to bring it in land, investigation takes behind and we’re more than position to / are who anyone response at this point of time

 

The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to release all the remaining hostages, following the rescue of the politician, Ingrid Betancourt, on Wednesday. / of our American / reports.

In an article published in the Cuban state controlled media, Mr. Castro said he thought it was critical on what he describes as the cruel methods of kidnapping, and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolutions said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 50 years those rebel groups which had descent did not act as he put it survive to see the peace.

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by Western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness says a group of up to 80 was mistaken in the attack. US led coalition forces of Afghanistan said they had carried out a precision strike on militants, killing several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of //.


At
least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. Chinese state news agency Xinhua said 4 miners were rescued while 7 escaped on a roam from the Wuji coal mine in Shanxi Province. China has one of the worst records of mining accidents in the world, with almost 3800 miners killed last year.


Tennis. Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon man single's title. Nadal stopped Federer's five years Wimbledon ring by winning nine
games to seven in the fixed set. // reports.

 

After almost five hours of spill binding sporting drama in near darkness with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream and still their lives depend on it. Nadal crashed to his backed disbelief, as Federer on his fourth match point netted with forehand. The previous match point Wimbledon open saved magnificently by Israeli defending champion who himself was only two points record six title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four week triple crowned of rolling / Wimbledon has never been one before in the same year.

 

The McLaren driver Louis Hamilton has won the ring to British Grand Prix finishing more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three way tied to the top of the Formula One drivers championship between Hamilton, Philip Massa and Kimi Räikkönen

 

BBC News.

 

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BBC News with Mary Small

 

The annual summit of world leading industrialized countries the G8 is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talk will focus on climate change. But the BBC’s diplomatic correspondent Bridget Cabell reports from//, concerns about oil and food prices are likely to dominate the discussions.

 

“The concern has already clips to climate change here in // is the impact of rocketing food and oil prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick solution. The US and Japan are pushing new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk was task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barrels and busting agricultural production is also being seeing as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world’s poorest nations. ”

 The head of the United States’ development Program in Somalia // has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left //. It is the latest in the series of sorts in humanitarian workers and piece activists in Somalia. Last month UN official was adopted in the capital. Mogadishu has been raided by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year, ousting the Islamist group.

 

Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witness spoke of dead people and injured people lying in the streets straining with glass and blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who would gather at the city’s red mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary of the storming mosque last year when security forces killed more than 100 people in a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interial Secretary // declined to say who he thought was behind in the attack.

“It’s been mature to blame anyone. Investigation isn’t fixed at the time. And we are more in a position to never blame are anyone responsible the point of time.”

 

The former president of Cuba Fidel Castrol has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to all its remaining hostages. Fallowing the rescue of Politian in // on Wednesday, Moran Blum our American correspondent reports.

“In an article published in the Cuban state control media, Mr. //--- what he describes the cruel methods of kidnapping and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time the man who heads the Cuban revolution said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said during the 50 years those rebel groups which had // did not has he put it survive to see the peace.”

 

You are listening World News from the BBC

 

A district governor in east Afghanistan says error attacks by western force head of winning part killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness says a group up to 80 people was mistaken in the attack. US led coalition forces in Afghan8iantan said they had carried out precision attacks militants, killing several of them.

 

 On Saturday president Kamid Hardsii ordered an investigation in // on the 22 civilians killed in coalition air strikes in the east province of //. At least 21 coal miners have been killed by carbon mine oxide poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. The Chinese New agency Xinhua said four miners were rescued while 7 escaped on their own from // coal mine in Shanxi province. China has the worst record for mining accident in the world with almost 3800 miner killed last year.

 

Tennis and // of Spain has beaten the world No.1 // of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon Men Single’s title. // 5 years winning 9 games to 7 in the 15th set. Jonathan O reports.

“After almost 5 hours of spell binding sorting drama in near darkness with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream and still their lives depend on it. Nadal crashed to his backed disbelief, as Federer on his fourth match point netted with forehand. The previous match point had all been saved magnificently by Israeli defending champion who himself was only two points of record 6 titles at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four week triple crowned of rolling Wimbledon has never been won before in the same year. ”

 

The McLaren driver Louis Hamilton has won the reign to British Grand Prix finishing more than a minute a head of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three way tied to the top of the Formula 1 driver’s championship between Hamilton, Philip Massa and Kimi Räikkönen

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BBC News with Mary Small.

 

The annual summit the world’s leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change. But as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Bridge Candle reports from Hokkaido, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concern that has already eclipsed climate change here in Hokkaido is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing a new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk is a task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers, and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.


The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot at the head as he left the prayers in the mosque. It's the latest in a series of assaults on humanitarian workers and peace activists in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted in Somali capital; Mogadishu has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year, ousting is the Islamist groups.


Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strewn with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who gathered at the city's Red Mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary storming of the mosque last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interior Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.

“It’s premature to blame anyone, investigation takes behind and we’re more than position to / are who anyone response at this point of time”

The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to release all its remaining hostages, following the rescue of the politician, Ingrid Betancourt, on Wednesday. Warren Bull of our American’s / reports.

 

In an article published in the Cuban state controlled media, Mr. Castro said he thought it was critical on what he describes as the cruel methods of kidnapping, and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolutions said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 50 years, those rebel groups which had descent did not act as he put it survive to see the peace.

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by Western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness says a group of up to 80 was mistaken in the attack. US led coalition forces of Afghanistan said they had carried out a precision strike on militants, killing several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Nuristan.


At least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. The Chinese state news agency Xinhua said 4 miners were rescued while 7 escaped on a roam from the Wujiu Coal Mine in Shanxi Province. China has one of the worst records for mining accidents in the world, with almost 3,800 miners killed last year.


Tennis. And Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon men’s singles title. Nadal stopped Federer's five years Wimbledon ring by winning nine games to seven in the fixed set. // reports.

 

After almost five hours of spill binding sporting drama in near darkness with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream and still their lives depend on it. Nadal crashed to his backed disbelief, as Federer on his fourth match point netted with forehand. The previous match point Wimbledon open saved magnificently by Israeli defending champion who himself was only two points record six title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four week triple crowned of rolling / Wimbledon has never been one before in the same year.

 

The McLaren driver Louis Hamilton has won the ring to British Grand Prix finishing more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three way tied to the top of the Formula One drivers championship between Hamilton, Philip Massa and Kimi Räikkönen

 

BBC News.

 

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BBC news with Mary Small.

 

The annual summit of the world's leading industrialized countries the G8 is opening in Japan .The Japanese has originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change but the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Kinder reports from Hokkaido concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate the discussions.

 

The concerns already exclaim to the climate change here in Hokkaido is impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fixed solution .The US and Japan are pushing a new and clean technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, they will talk about the task forth to stop future crisis . Easting trade barriers and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.

 

The head of the UN's development program in Somalia Okoli Osman has been killed by gunman in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left the impressed of the masque. It is the latest and serious assault on the humanitarian workers and peace activist in Somalia. Last month, UN officials was abducted in Somali capital. --has been by violence since Ethiopian troops into Somalia to support the transitional government last year. Austin is among the groups.

 

Police in Parkistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police offices in the captial Islambad . Vitnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strewing with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists would gathered at the city's red masque. The Islamic were marking the anniversary of the storming of the masque last year when security forces killed more than a hundred people during a confrontation with militants. The Parkistan's

interior secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.

 

The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FACK rebel movement on Colombia to releasing all its remaining hostages following the rescuing of the politician Ingrid Betancourt on Wednesday.~ of our American reports.

 

In an article published in the Cuban state controlled media ,Mr. Castro said he thought it was critic on what he described as a cruel kidnapping and holding the hostages in the juggle. At the same time, The man who headed the Cuban revolution said the FACK should not lay down their weapons. He said during the past 50 years, those rebel groups which have disarmed didn't as he put it survive to see the peace.

 

You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

 

A district governor in East Afghanistan says error attacks by western forces had hit a wedding party killing more than twenty civilians most of them women and children. A witness said a group up to 80 people were mistakenly attacked. US-led coalition forces in Afganistan said they had carried out precision strikes on militants killing several of them.

 

On Saturday president ~ ordered an investigation into the reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Noristan. At least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in the coal mine in northern China. The Chinese state news agency Xinhua said four miner were rescued while seven escaped on their own from Wujiu coal mine in Shanxi province. China has one of the worst record from mining accidents in the world with almost 3800 miners killed last year.

 

Tennis.Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon man single's title. Nadal stopped Feder's 5 years Wimbledon ring by nine games to seven in the fixed set.

 

After almost five hours of spelt binding sporting drama and near darkness with both players hanging onto the Wimbledon dream and their lives depend on it. Nadal crashed to his backed disbelief, as Federer on his fourth match point netted with the four hand.The previous match all has safe magnificently by a resolute defining champin who himself with 2 points record safe title at 5:4 at the final set. Nadal's four week trip crowned of rolling Wimbledon has never been one before in the same year.

 

The McLaren driver Louis Hamilton has won the reign to British Grand Prix finishing more than a minute a head of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three way tied to the top of the Formula 1 driver’s championship between Hamilton, Philip Massa and Kimi Räikkönen.

 

BBC News

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BBC News with Mary Small;

 

The annual summit of the world's leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hope the talks would focus on climate change, but as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Bridget Kendall reports from Hokkaido, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concern that has already eclipsed climate change here in Hokkaido is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fixed solution. The US and Japan are pushing new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food this talk of task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.

 

The head of the United Nations' Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the Capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left evening prayers in the mosque. It's the latest in the series of assaults on humanitarian workers and peace activists in Somalia. Last month a UN official was abducted from Somalia Capital. Mogadishu has been // by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support the transitional government last year, ousting Islamist groups.

 

Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the Capital, Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets, strummed with the glass, blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who gathered at the city's Red Mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary of the storming of the mosque last year when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants.

 

The Pakistani Interior Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.

 

It's premature to blame anyone, Investigation takes a little time, and we are not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time.

 

The former President of Cuba, Fidel Castro, called on the FARC rebel movement in Colombia to release all of its remaining hostages, following the rescue of the Politian, Ingrid Betancourt, on Wednesday.

 

W. B. of our Americas desk reports;

 

In an article published in the Cuban State controlled media, Mr. Castro said he was // critic of what he described as the cruel methods of kidnapping and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time the man who headed the Cuban Revolutions, said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said during the past 50 years, those rebel groups which had disarmed did not, as he put it, survive to see the peace.

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness said a group up to eighty people was mistakenly attacked.US-led coalition forces in Afghanistan said they had carried out precision strikes on militants killing several of them. On Saturday President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Nuristan.

 

At least 21 minors have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine in Northern China. The China State News Agency, Xinhua, said four miners were rescued while seven escaped on their own from the Wujiu coal mine in Shanxi province. China has one of the worst records for mining accidents in the world, with almost 3800 minors killed last year.

 

Tennis and Rafael Nadal of Span has beaten the world's No. 1, Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon man singles title. Nadal stopped Federer's five-year Wimbledon reign by winning nine games to seven in the fixed set.

 

Johansson Overran reports;

 

After almost five hours of spell-binding sporting drama in near darkness with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dreams as though their lives depended on it. Nadal crashed to his back in disbelief as Federer on a fourth match point necked with a forehand. The previous match point had all been saved magnificently by a resolute defending champion, who himself was only two points from record // title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four-week Cripple Crown, Roland, Garros, Queens and Wimbledon has never been won before in the same year.

 

Auto motor racing and the McLaren driver Louis Hamilton has won // British Grand Prix finishing more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three way tire to the top of Formula One drivers Championship between Hamilton, Philip Massa and Kimi Raikkonen.

 

BBC News;
 

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BBC News with Mary Small.

 

The annual summit of the world’s leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change. But as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Bridge Candle reports from Hokkaido, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concern that has already eclipsed climate change here in Hokkaido is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing / new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk of a task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers, and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.


The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left the prayers at a mosque. It's the latest in a series of assaults on humanitarian workers and peace activists in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted in Somali capital; Mogadishu has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year, ousting Islamist groups.


Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strewn with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who gathered at the city's Red Mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary of the storming of the mosque last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interior Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.

“It’s premature to blame anyone, investigation takes it ? time and we’re not in the position to either blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time”

The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to release all its remaining hostages, following the rescue of the politician, Ingrid Betancourt on Wednesday. Warren Bull of our America/’s desk reports.

 

In an article published in the Cuban state controlled media, Mr. Castro said he thought it was critic/ of what he describes as the cruel methods of kidnapping, and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolutions said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 50 years, those rebel groups which had disarmed did not / as he put it survive to see the peace.

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by Western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness said a group of up to 80 was mistakenly attacked. US led coalition forces in Afghanistan said they had carried out / precision strikes on militants, killing several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Nuristan.


At least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. The Chinese state news agency Xinhua said 4 miners were rescued while 7 escaped on their own from the Wujiu Coal Mine in Shanxi Province. China has one of the worst records for mining accidents in the world, with almost 3,800 miners killed last year.


Tennis. And Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon men’s singles title. Nadal stopped Federer's five year/ Wimbledon ring by winning nine games to seven in the 5th set. Jonathan Overran reports.

 

After almost five hours of spell binding sporting drama in near darkness and with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream as though their lives depended on it. Nadal crashed to his back/ in disbelief, as Federer on his fourth match point netted with the forehand. The previous match point had all been saved magnificently by a resolute defending champion who himself was only two points from a record six title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four week triple crown/ of Roland Garros, Queens and Wimbledon has never been won before in the same year.

 

And the McLaren driver Louis Hamilton has won a reign to British Grand Prix finishing more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three way tied to the top of the Formula One drivers championship between Hamilton, Philip Massa and Kimi Räikkönen

 

BBC News.

 

 

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The head of the United Nations’ Development Program in Somalia * has been killed by gunman in the capital Mogadishu. He was shoot at the head as he’s left been prayed at the Musk. It is the latest in the series of assaults on humanitarim workers and peace activists in Somalisa. Last month an UN official was adopted at Somalia capital. Mogadishu has been ravened by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year, ousting Islamic groups.

 

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BBC News with Mary Small.

 

The annual summit of the world’s leading industrialized countries, the G8, is opening in Japan. The Japanese had originally hoped the talks would focus on climate change. But as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent Bridge Candle reports from Hokkaido, concerns about rising oil and food prices are likely to dominate discussions.

 

The concern that has already eclipsed climate change here in Hokkaido is the impact of rocketing oil and food prices and other shocks on the global economy. No one is suggesting a quick fix solution. The US and Japan are pushing new cleaner technology as one tool to reduce reliance on oil. On food, this talk of a task force to stop future crisis, easing trade barriers, and boosting agricultural production is also being seen as a way both to bring down food prices and help the world's poorest nations.


The head of the United Nations Development Program in Somalia, Osman Ali Ahmed, has been killed by gunmen in the capital Mogadishu. He was shot in the head as he left evening prayers at a mosque. It's the latest in a series of assaults on humanitarian workers and peace activists in Somalia. Last month, a UN official was abducted in Somali capital. Mogadishu has been riven by violence since Ethiopian troops moved into Somalia to support transitional government last year, ousting Islamist groups.


Police in Pakistan say at least 15 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a group of police officers in the capital Islamabad. Witnesses spoke of dead and injured people lying in the streets strewn with glass blood and body parts. Many of the dead were thought to be police officers who were controlling a large rally of Islamists who'd gathered at the city's Red Mosque. The Islamists were marking the anniversary of the storming of the mosque last year, when security forces killed more than 100 people during a confrontation with militants. The Pakistani Interior Secretary Kamal Shah declined to say who he thought was behind the attack.


“It’s premature to blame anyone. Investigation takes a little time, and we are not in the position to either blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time.”


The former president of Cuba, Fidel Castro, has called on the FARC rebel movement in Columbia to release all its remaining hostages, following the rescue of the politician, Ingrid Betancourt on Wednesday. Warren Bull of our America’s editor reports.

 

In an article published in the Cuban state-controlled media, Mr. Castro said he had energetically criticized, what he describes, as the cruel methods of kidnapping and holding prisoners in the jungle. At the same time, the man who headed the Cuban revolutions said the FARC should not lay down its weapons. He said that during the past 50 years, those rebel groups which had disarmed did not, as he put it, survive to see the peace.

 

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A district governor in eastern Afghanistan says air attacks by Western forces have hit a wedding party, killing more than 20 civilians, most of them women and children. A witness said a group of up to 80 was mistakenly attacked. US-led coalition forces in Afghanistan said they had carried out precision strikes on militants, killing several of them. On Saturday, President Hamid Karzai ordered an investigation into reports that 22 civilians were killed in coalition air strikes in the eastern province of Nuristan.


At least 21 miners have been killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a coal mine in northern China. The Chinese state news agency Xinhua said four miners were rescued while seven escaped on their own from the Wujiu Coal Mine in Shanxi Province. China has one of the worst records for mining accidents in the world with almost 3,800 miners killed last year.


Tennis, and Rafael Nadal of Spain has beaten the world's number one Roger Federer of Switzerland to win his first Wimbledon men’s singles title. Nadal stopped Federer's five-year Wimbledon reign by winning nine-games-to-seven in the 5th set. Jonathan Overran reports.

 

After almost five hours of spellbinding sporting drama in near darkness and with both players hanging on to the Wimbledon dream as though their lives depended on it, Nadal crashed to his back in disbelief, as Federer on the fourth match point netted with a forehand. The previous match points had all been saved magnificently by a resolute defending champion who himself was only two points from a record six title at 5-4 in the final set. Nadal's four-week triple crown of Roland Garros, Queens and Wimbledon has never been won before in the same year.

 

Automotive racing, and the McLaren driver, Lewis Hamilton, has won a rain-soaked British Grand Prix, finishing more than a minute ahead of the rest of the field. The result means as now a three-way tie atop the Formula 1 drivers championship between Hamilton,  Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen.

 

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match point: the final point needed to win a match (especially in tennis) 一场中的决胜分


forehand:正手


net: to hit or kick the ball into the net in sport 击球没过网


a three-way tie: 三方成绩并列、三方平局

 


[ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-7-8 19:24 编辑 ]
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