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BBC News with Charles Caro.

The United States has confirmed that it's considering a draft agreement with Iraq which could see US troops withdrawn from the country in three years
time. No details have been released but officials said that the draft provided for American forces to leave towns and cities by the middle of next year, and to pull out of Iraq completely by the end of 2011. From Washington, Richard Lister reports.

The Iraqis had insisted on a clear withdrawal timeline, but the Pentagon spokesman said any such movements would be made only as conditions allow. The US Defense Secretary, Robert Gates, says the latest draft provides adequate protection for American forces, indicating that both sides have had to compromise in this process. The two sides have been close to agreement before, but the fact that the Bush administration is now briefing key members of Congress on the details of this document suggests the negotiations may now have run their course.

A report by the New York based group Human Rights Watch says the Colombian government has consistently obstructed efforts to investigate alleged links between right-wing paramilitaries and leading politicians. Thousands of recently demobilized fighters have been given evidence which implicates dozens of Columbian congressmen, all supporters of President Alvaro Uribe. The regional director of Human Rights Watch, Jose Miguel Ivenco, outlined the complaints against the government.

In addition to how difficult and risky it is for prosecutors and judges in this country to carry out investigations, in addition to how difficult it is to obtain testimonies and preserve the evidence, we find the government, such as President Uribe’s, but has, in our opinion, made itself an obstacle to the progress of justice in this regard.

Activists are marking the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty with renewed course for action to help the world’s poor. The United Nations has said that about 3 billion people, nearly half  the world’s population, live on less than two US dollars a day. Mark Doyle reports.

This year's UN anti-poverty day falls in the middle of a global financial crisis. The leaders of Brazil and India, two key developing nations, have warned that poor people should not be punished for the mismanagement of the rich. But the credit crisis is bound to impact on the poor world, even in countries that
are marginalized from the main economic circuits. The global coalition against poverty says, for example, that vital wage remittances to poor South American countries from Latinos working in the United States are being adversely affected.

The countries of the European Union say they will finalize by December their ambitious plans to tackle climate change, but correspondents say difficult negotiations lie ahead. Poland said eastern European countries were too poor to afford the plans, but the EU's French presidency said the climate package was too important to drop.

World News from the BBC.

Stock markets in Europe and Asia have seen further declines a day after share values
slumped around the world. But in New York, the Dow Jones index fluctuated sharply during the day before closing up almost 5% in a late surge.

A senior Spanish investigating Judge, Baltasar Garzon, has launched the first of judicial investigation into the fate of tens of thousands of people who disappeared during the civil war in the 1930s, and the authoritarian government under General Franco. He has ordered several mass graves to be opened. Judge Garzon said that the alleged defenses fell within the definition of crimes against humanity.  

These days, crimes against humanities
are burning issue. It’s wherever you look in the world, be it Afghanistan, Iraq or Darfur. Enough countries to make you realize this theme is never out of the news. To fight against this scar, this impunity never ceases. And if / referring to the investigations being carried out in Spain in relation to universal justice or eras gone by, then justice needs to follow its course within the parameters of the law.

The French President Nicolas Sarkozy has filed a legal action for libel and invasion of privacy against the former head of a French intelligence agency. It follows the publication of extracts from the diaries of the former Spy Chief, Yves Bertrand, which included allegations about the private lives of several leading politicians, including Mr. Sarkozy himself.

The last remaining survivor of the Titanic is selling mementos connected to the sunken liner to help pay her nursing home fees. The woman, Millvina Dean, who is 96 and from southern England, is hoping to raise more than 5,000 dollars. She’s selling rare prints of the Titanic as well as a suitcase filled with clothes donated by people in New York after their rescue.

And that is the latest BBC News.

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BBC News with Charles Caro.

The United States has confirmed that it's considering a draft agreement with Iraq which could see US troops withdrawn from the country in three years’ time. No details have been released but officials said that the draft provided for American forces to leave towns and cities by the middle of next year, and to pull out of Iraq completely by the end of 2011. From Washington, Richard Lister reports.

The Iraqis had insisted on a clear withdrawal timeline, but
a Pentagon spokesman said any such movements would be made only as conditions allow. The US Defense Secretary, Robert Gates, says the latest draft provides adequate protection for American forces, indicating that both sides have had to compromise in this process. The two sides have been close to agreement before, but the fact that the Bush administration is now briefing key members of Congress on the details of this document suggests the negotiations may now have run their course.

A report by the New York
-based group Human Rights Watch says the Colombian government has consistently obstructed efforts to investigate alleged links between right-wing paramilitaries and leading politicians. Thousands of recently demobilized fighters have been given evidence which implicates dozens of Columbian congressmen, all supporters of President Alvaro Uribe. The regional director of Human Rights Watch, Jose Miguel Ivenco, outlined the complaints against the government.

In addition to how difficult and risky it is for prosecutors and judges in this country to carry out investigations, in addition to how difficult it is to obtain testimonies and preserve the evidence, we find the government, such as President Uribe’s, but has, in our opinion, made itself an obstacle to the progress of justice in this regard.

Activists are marking the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty with renewed course for action to help the world’s poor. The United Nations has said that about 3 billion people, nearly half  the world’s population, live on less than two US dollars a day. Mark Doyle reports.

This year's UN anti-poverty day falls in the middle of a global financial crisis. The leaders of Brazil and India, two key developing nations, have warned that poor people should not be punished for the mismanagement of the rich. But the credit crisis is bound to impact on the poor world, even in countries that are marginalized from the main economic circuits. The global coalition against poverty says, for example, that vital wage remittances to poor South American countries from Latinos working in the United States are being adversely affected.

The countries of the European Union say they will finalize by December their ambitious plans to tackle climate change, but correspondents say difficult negotiations lie ahead. Poland said eastern European countries were too poor to afford the plans, but the EU's French presidency said the climate package was too important to drop.

World News from the BBC.

Stock markets in Europe and Asia have seen further declines a day after share values slumped around the world. But in New York, the Dow Jones index fluctuated sharply during the day before closing up almost 5% in a late surge.

A senior Spanish investigating Judge, Baltasar Garzon, has launched the first of judicial investigation into the fate of tens of thousands of people who disappeared during the
Civil War in the 1930s, and the authoritarian government under General Franco. He has ordered several mass graves to be opened. Judge Garzon said that the alleged defenses fell within the definition of crimes against humanity. 

These days, crimes against humanities are burning issue. It’s wherever you look in the world, be it Afghanistan, Iraq or Darfur. Enough countries to make you realize this theme is never out of the news. To fight against this scar, this impunity never ceases. And if
we are referring to the investigations being carried out in Spain in relation to universal justice or eras gone by, then justice needs to follow its course within the parameters of the law.

The French President Nicolas Sarkozy has filed a legal action for libel and invasion of privacy against the former head of a French intelligence agency. It follows the publication of extracts from the diaries of the former Spy Chief, Yves Bertrand, which included allegations about the private lives of several leading politicians, including Mr. Sarkozy himself.

The last remaining survivor of the Titanic is selling mementos connected to the sunken liner to help pay her nursing home fees. The woman, Millvina Dean, who is 96 and from southern England, is hoping to raise more than 5,000 dollars. She’s selling rare prints of the Titanic as well as a suitcase filled with clothes donated by people in New York after their rescue.

And that is the latest BBC News.

 

 


 

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BBC News with Charles Caro.

The United States has confirmed that it's considering a draft agreement with Iraq which could see US troops withdrawn from the country in three years’ time. No details have been released but officials said that the draft provided for American forces to leave towns and cities by the middle of next year, and to pull out of Iraq completely by the end of 2011. From Washington, Richard Lister reports.

The Iraqis had insisted on a clear withdrawal timeline, but a Pentagon spokesman said any such movements would be made only as conditions allow. The US Defense Secretary, Robert Gates, says the latest draft provides adequate protection for American forces, indicating that both sides have had to compromise in this process. The two sides have been close to agreement before, but the fact that the Bush administration is now briefing key members of Congress on the details of this document suggests the negotiations may now have run their course.

A report by the New York-based group Human Rights Watch says the Colombian government has consistently obstructed efforts to investigate alleged links between right-wing paramilitaries and leading politicians. Thousands of recently demobilized fighters have been given evidence which implicates dozens of Columbian congressmen, all supporters of President Alvaro Uribe. The regional director of Human Rights Watch, Jose Miguel Ivenco, outlined the complaints against the government.

In addition to how difficult and risky it is for prosecutors and judges in this country to carry out investigations, in addition to how difficult it is to obtain testimonies and preserve the evidence, we find the government, such as President Uribe’s, but has, in our opinion, made itself an obstacle to the progress of justice in this regard.

Activists are marking the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty with renewed course for action to help the world’s poor. The United Nations has said that about 3 billion people, nearly half the world’s population, live on less than two US dollars a day. Mark Doyle reports.

This year's UN anti-poverty day falls in the middle of a global financial crisis. The leaders of Brazil and India, two key developing nations, have warned that poor people should not be punished for the mismanagement of the rich. But the credit crisis is bound to impact on the poor world, even in countries that are marginalized from the main economic circuits. The
Global Coalition Against Poverty says, for example, that vital wage remittances to poor South American countries from Latinos working in the United States are being adversely affected.

The countries of the European Union say they will finalize by December their ambitious plans to tackle climate change, but correspondents say difficult negotiations lie ahead. Poland said eastern European countries were too poor to afford the plans, but the EU's French presidency said the climate package was too important to drop.

World News from the BBC.

Stock markets in Europe and Asia have seen further declines a day after share values slumped around the world. But in New York, the Dow Jones index fluctuated sharply during the day before closing up almost 5% in a late surge.

A senior Spanish investigating Judge, Baltasar Garzon, has launched the first of judicial investigation into the fate of tens of thousands of people who disappeared during the Civil War in the 1930s, and the authoritarian government under General Franco. He has ordered several mass graves to be opened. Judge Garzon said that the alleged defenses fell within the definition of crimes against humanity. 

These days, crimes against humanities are burning issue. It’s wherever you look in the world, be it Afghanistan, Iraq or Darfur. Enough countries to make you realize this theme is never out of the news. To fight against this scar, this impunity never ceases. And if we are referring to the investigations being carried out in Spain in relation to universal justice or eras gone by, then justice needs to follow its course within the parameters of the law.

The French President Nicolas Sarkozy has filed a legal action for libel and invasion of privacy against the former head of a French intelligence agency. It follows the publication of extracts from the diaries of the former Spy Chief, Yves Bertrand, which included allegations about the private lives of several leading politicians, including Mr. Sarkozy himself.

The last remaining survivor of the Titanic is selling mementos connected to the sunken liner to help pay her nursing home fees. The woman, Millvina Dean, who is 96 and from southern England, is hoping to raise more than 5,000 dollars. She’s selling rare prints of the Titanic as well as a suitcase filled with clothes donated by people in New York after their rescue.

And that’s the latest BBC News
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  • brightu

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斗胆改一下,错了几位版主见谅啊

Activists are marking the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty with renewed calls for action to help the world’s poor. The United Nations has said that about 3 billion people, nearly half  the world’s population, live on less than two US dollars a day. Mark Doyle reports.
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原帖由 nativespeaker 于 2008-10-18 13:49 发表 斗胆改一下,错了几位版主见谅啊Activists are marking the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty with renewed calls for action to help the world’s poor. The United Nations has said that ab ...

 

 

是我太不见外了还是你们太客气了? native老兄很明显------------------你对了嘛

... we find a government such as President Uribe’s but has in our opinion made itself an obstacle to the progress of justice in this regard.

 

(Q一个,but咋莫回事)

 

but adv.  =just

 

Stock markets in Europe and Asia have seen further declines a day after share values slumped around the world. But in New York, the Dow Jones index fluctuated sharply during the day before closing up almost 5% in a late surge.

 

(再Q一个,召唤股票达人释义in a late surge~)

 

偶也不懂股票,但是这里应该是说纽约滴股票在最后收盘前的上涨... 潜水的懂股票的欢迎补充释疑~

 

These days, crimes against humanities are a burning issue,  it is wherever you looking the world, be it Afghanistan, Iraq or Darfur. Enough countries to make you realize this theme is never out of the news. To fight against this scar, this impunity never ceases. And if we were referring to the investigation being carried out in Spain in relation to universal justice or errors gone by, then justice needs to follow its course within the parameters of the law.

 

(3Q~划线部分是大帅断句有误还是结构特别。。。)

 

一般滴定语从句吧...  paraphrase : it is in virtually places if you are to look the world, be...

其实偶觉得jjmm丫头能给你更专业的解释

to 北星

星星MM, 你上面这个很清楚的回复还是搞的我一头雾水滴。开始不知道那些红字蓝字是哪里来的,以为你改的,后来左翻右翻,前翻后翻,才搞明白你是在回复前面的"帅..." 帅哥的帖子。

 

老人家反应比较慢~~~

 

上面的前两Q我就不说啥了,懂的还没你多。Q3被你点名回答,硬着头皮来说点。

如果改成:it is wherever you look in the world 如何?

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回复楼上两位姐姐妹妹。。。

大帅了了。。。大帅很欣慰。。。






此贴乃涕零贴。

它见证了普特版主热心解答网友疑问,指点迷途帅哥,营造零距离版民氛围的历史性跨越,具有里程碑式的意义,是普特建站史上众多璀璨成就中的一颗明珠。

朋友,当你挣扎于英国佬直着舌头的怪异腔调中,难道没有意识到一大批年轻貌美、热情好客的姐姐妹妹们就陪在你左右,与你共同面对是多么美好的一件事情吗?

朋友,当你感叹为什么英语女老师都那么温柔可人,娇嫩多姿时难道没意识到正是网络上这一位位负责有才的志愿者扮演着不为人知的好银吗?

朋友,当你看到这里,难道没有意识到这其实是一张水贴吗。。。
别删它,让我们知恩图报,用一颗感恩的心,来迎接新世纪第一缕阳光bia~!
[ 本帖最后由 帅到惊动党中央 于 2008-10-21 00:01 编辑 ]
小姐,别过来。因为我怕你接近了我之后,就再也无法爱上天底下其他男人。。。
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原帖由 帅到惊动党中央 于 2008-10-21 00:00 发表 回复楼上两位姐姐妹妹。。。大帅了了。。。大帅很欣慰。。。此贴乃涕零贴。它见证了普特版主热心解答网友疑问,指点迷途帅哥,营造零距离版民氛围的历史性跨越,具有里程碑式的意义,是普特建站史上众多璀璨成就中的 ...

 

 

OMG...

 

碰上个个比芊芊还能说的,比ghance还能讲的银......

 

偶这也是水贴,so what?  

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原帖由 jjmm 于 2008-10-20 11:53 发表 星星MM, 你上面这个很清楚的回复还是搞的我一头雾水滴。开始不知道那些红字蓝字是哪里来的,以为你改的,后来左翻右翻,前翻后翻,才搞明白你是在回复前面的"帅..." 帅哥的帖子。   老人家反应比较慢~~~ ...

 

 

丫头,那个本来就是look in the world,被大帅误导了,才发现...

原帖由 北星束 于 2008-10-21 07:56 发表     OMG...   碰上个个比芊芊还能说的,比ghance还能讲的银......   偶这也是水贴,so what?  

 

 

:fd3L:fd3L:fd3L。。。 。。。

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。

原帖由 ghance 于 2008-10-21 09:55 发表     :fd3L:fd3L。。。 。。。

 

 

ghanceDD在bbc放水是有代价滴

 

一篇改稿允许一滴水

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原帖由 北星束 于 2008-10-21 12:17 发表     ghanceDD在bbc放水是有代价滴   一篇改稿允许一滴水

 

 

嘿嘿。。。以前改了滴。。。

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。

原帖由 ghance 于 2008-10-21 12:20 发表     嘿嘿。。。以前改了滴。。。

 

 

昨天吃的饭还能提供你明天的ATP么?

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那你以前存的钱现在还能化不啊?
我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。
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