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BBC News with Jim Lee.

 

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Rahm Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there is speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jenner Bryon looks at Mr. Obama's choice for chief-of-staff.

 

Rahm Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who's been strongly criticized by some Republicans as being too partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than help heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

 

Hours after Barack Obama's victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush's proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, Iskander missiles will be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisage that the resources of the Russian Navy will be used for these purposes as well.

 

The United Nations has ordered its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world's body's global peacekeeping operations, Alain Le Roy said the peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

 

We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That's very clear. We consider that we're giving in the coming days, will allow, the best, most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.

 

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American airstrike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday's attack in Kandahar province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a sharp response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

 

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China's most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan's affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California's constitution be amended, to say, marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

 

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the American television series ER. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up those themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton's books sold over 100 million copies worldwide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

 

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government says investigators had not found any suspicious sign so far. The Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

 

One of Osama bin Laden's sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn't believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid Airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.

 

 

 

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BBC News with Jim Lee.

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois congressman, Raham Emanuel, who was once an advisor to Pr. Clinton, to be his chief of staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. ?? speculation, the current defense secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jane O’Bryan looks at Mr. Obama’s choice for chief of staff.

Raham Emanuel is another democratic star, a former advisor to Pr. Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who’s strongly criticized by some republicans as being to Partisan. If he becomes the White House chief of staff, he would be responsible for much of the management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

Hours after Barack Obama’s victory was declared, the Russian president Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter Pr. Bush’s proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

“apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, Iskander missiles would be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisage that resources of the Russian navy would be used for these purposes as well.”

The United Nations has ordered the peace keepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defense the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world’s body’s global peace keeping operations, Alain LeRoy said that peace keepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that tried to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

“We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That’s very clear. We consider we’re given the coming days, we’ll do the best most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.”

Pr. Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American air-strike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday’s attack in Kandahar province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a sharp response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China’s most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan’s affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreement.

World News from the BBC.

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California’s constitution be amended, to say that a marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions, and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the Television series ER. David Willis reports from Los Angeles:

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going on awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up these themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton’s books sold over 100 million copies world wide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged the pre-conceived notions of the world around us.

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government said the investigators had not found any suspicious signs so far. The Mexican interior minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

One of the Osama bin Laden’s sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. Spanish interior ministry said Omar bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn’t believe his claim as his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid Airport on Monday during a stop over from Cairo. [ 本帖最后由 daxueyuwen 于 2008-11-6 11:26 编辑 ]
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BBC News with Jim Lee.

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman Rahm Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new Treasure Secretary soon. And there has been speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jay / looks at Mr. Obama's choice for chief-of-staff.

Rahm Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton and a tough Washington insider who has been strongly criticized by some Republicans as being too partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate the party divides, rather then help heal them as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

Hours after Barack Obama's victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush's proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles will be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

"Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, the Iskander missiles will be deployed in Kaliningrad Region. Naturally, we envisaged that the resources of the Russian navy will be used for these purposes as well."
   
The United Nations has ordered its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world's body's global peacekeeping operations, Alan Doss, said the peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

"We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That's why we are. We consider that we (is), we are giving in the coming days with our, the best, the most, we can to make sure Goma remains a safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them."

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American air strike which he says killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended targets of Monday's attack in Kandahar Province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missiles struck a wedding party. In a short response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian causalities.

Hundreds of protesters in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel where China's most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators who were protesting at what they though as Chinese interference in Taiwan's affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

World News from the BBC.

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California's Constitution be amended to say marriage can only take place between a man and a woman was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say the place is endowed to the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

The American author, Michael Crichton, has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fiction and thriller novels, most notably "Jurassic Park". He also created the American television series AR. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme, a favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both "Jurassic Park" and "The Andromeda Strain" took up those themes. "Jurassic Park" and its sequel "The Lost World" were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton's books sold about 100 million copies worldwide and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from the plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday killing at least 40 people including a senior minister. The government said investigators had not found any suspicious signs so far. The Mexico Interior Minister, Juan Camilo Mourino, was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

One of Osama bin Laden's sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama Bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn't believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar Bin Laden arrived at Madrid airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.


 


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BBC News with Jim Lee.

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Raham Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there's been speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jane O’Bryan looks at Mr. Obama’s choice for chief-of-staff.

Raham Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who has been strongly criticized by some republicans as being too Partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than help heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

Hours after Barack Obama’s victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush’s proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, Iskander missiles would be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisaged that the resources of the Russian navy would be used for these purposes as well.”

The United Nations has ordered the peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defense the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world’s body’s global peace keeping operations, Alain LeRoy, said that peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

“We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That’s very clear. We consider that we’re given in the coming days, we’ll do our the best, the most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.”

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American air strike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday’s attack in Kandahar Province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a short response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China’s most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan’s affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

World News from the BBC.

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California’s constitution be amended, to say, / marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt to the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the American television series AR. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going / awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up these themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton’s books sold about 100 million copies worldwide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged / preconceived notions of the world around us.

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government said the investigators had not found any suspicious signs so far. The Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

One of the Osama bin Laden’s sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said Omar Osama bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn’t believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Jim Lee.

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Raham Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there's been speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jane O’Bryan looks at Mr. Obama’s choice for chief-of-staff.

Raham Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who’s been strongly criticized by some republicans as being too
partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than help heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

Hours after Barack Obama’s victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush’s proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

“Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, Iskander missiles would be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisaged that the resources of the Russian navy would be used for these purposes as well.”

The United Nations has ordered
its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world’s body’s global peacekeeping operations, Alain LeRoy, said that peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

“We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That’s very clear. We consider that we’re giv
ing in the coming days, will allow, the best, the most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.”

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American air strike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday’s attack in Kandahar Province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a
sharp response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China’s most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan’s affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

World News from the BBC.

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California’s constitution be amended, to say, marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt
/ the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the American television series
ER. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up these themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton’s books sold
over 100 million copies worldwide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government said the investigators had not found any suspicious signs so far. The Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

One of
/ Osama bin Laden’s sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn’t believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.

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BBC News with Jim Lee.

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Raham Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there's been speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jane O’Bryan looks at Mr. Obama’s choice for chief-of-staff.

Raham Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who’s been strongly criticized by some republicans as being too partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than help heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

Hours after Barack Obama’s victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush’s proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

“Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, Iskander missiles would be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisaged that the resources of the Russian navy would be used for these purposes as well.”

The United Nations has ordered its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world’s body’s global peacekeeping operations, Alain LeRoy, said / peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

“We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That’s very clear. We consider that we’re giving in the coming days, will allow, the best, the most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.”

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American air strike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday’s attack in Kandahar Province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a sharp response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China’s most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan’s affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

World News from the BBC.

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California’s constitution be amended, to say, marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the American television series ER. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up these themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton’s books sold over 100 million copies worldwide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government said the investigators had not found any suspicious signs so far. The Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

One of Osama bin Laden’s sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn’t believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.
 
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BBC News with Jim Lee.

The US President elected Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman Rahm Emanuel who's once advisor to President Clinton to be his chief of staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there is speculation that current Defense secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington Jenner Bryon looks Obama's choice for chief of staff.

Rahm Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton and a tough Washington insider who's been strongly criticized by some Republicans as being too partisan. If he becomes the White House's chief of staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration, but his appointment could accentuate party divides rather than help heal them as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

Hours after Barack Obama's victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short range missiles to counter President Bush's proposed missile defend shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in Kaliningrad on enclave between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

Apart from this to neutralize if need be the US missile system the Iskander missiles would be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally we envisage that the resources of the Russian Navy will be used for these purposes as well.

The United Nations has ordered its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world body's global peacekeeping operations Alain Le Roy said the peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that tried to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma, that's very clear. We consider that we are giving in the coming days, we allow the best, most we can to make sure Goma remains safe. and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American airstrike which he says has killed 40 people including women and children. Intended target of Monday's attack in Kandahar Province could have been the Taliban but instead the US missile stroke a wedding party. In a sharp response Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel where China's most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators who were protesting that what they saw is China's interference into Taiwan affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

World News from the BBC;

California voters approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California's Constitution be amended to say marriage could only take place between a man and a woman was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say places endowed the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in California Los Angeles, he was 66, Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fiction and thriller novels most notably "Jurassic Park", he also created the American television series AR. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme; a favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both Jurassic Park" and "The Andromeda Strain" took up those themes, Jurassic Park and its sequel the lost world were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton's books sold over 100 million copies worldwide and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

Investigators in Mexico have begun examination the fight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people including a senior minister. The government says investigators had not found any suspicious signs so far. And Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed in the center of the city.

One of Osama Bin Laden's son has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama Bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities did not believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar Bin Laden arrived at Madrid Airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.

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BBC News with Jim Lee.

 

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Raham Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there is speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jenner Bryon looks at Mr. Obama's choice for chief-of-staff.

 

Raham Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who's been strongly criticized by some republicans as being too partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than help heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

 

Hours after Barack Obama's victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush's proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, the Iskander missiles would be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisage that the resources of the Russian Navy will be used for these purposes as well.

 

The United Nations has ordered its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world's body's global peacekeeping operations, Alain Le Roy said the peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

 

We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That's very clear. We consider that we're giving in the coming days, will allow, the best, / most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.

 

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American air strike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday's attack in Kandahar Province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a sharp response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

 

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China's most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan's affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California's constitution be amended, to say, marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

 

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the American television series ER. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up those themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton's books sold over 100 million copies worldwide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

 

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government says investigators had not found any suspicious signs so far. The Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

 

One of Osama bin Laden's sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn't believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid Airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.
 

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BBC news with Jim Lee the us president elect barrack obama has beun forming his new administration , mr.obama has asked Illinois congressman Rahm Emanuel who wants to be advisor to president Clinton to be his chief staff, he is also expected to appoint new treasurary sectarary soon,unepectation, the current defense minister Robert gates maybe asked stay on, from Washington, Jim . Looks mr.obama choice for chief staff, rather than any other democratic star, former advisor for president Clinton and tough Washington insider who has been strongly criticize by some republicans as be into party/.if he become the white house chief’s staff, he will be responsible for much internal management for the new administration, but his appointment could centrate party divides rather than help them Mr. obama pledged to do, hours after barack obama victory declared , the Russian president Dmitry Medvedev announced Moscow intends to deploy short range missile to counter president bush's proposed missile / in central Europe. [ 本帖最后由 bushitian 于 2008-11-6 21:32 编辑 ]
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BBC News with Jim Lee.

 

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Raham Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there is speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jenner Bryon looks at Mr. Obama's choice for chief-of-staff.

 

Raham Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who's been strongly criticized by some republicans as being too partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than help heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

 

Hours after Barack Obama's victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush's proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, / Iskander missiles will be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisage that the resources of the Russian Navy will be used for these purposes as well.

 

The United Nations has ordered its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world's body's global peacekeeping operations, Alain Le Roy said the peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

 

We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That's very clear. We consider that we're giving in the coming days, will allow, the best, / most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.

 

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American air strike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday's attack in Kandahar Province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a sharp response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

 

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China's most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan's affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California's constitution be amended, to say, marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

 

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the American television series ER. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up those themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton's books sold over 100 million copies worldwide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

 

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government says investigators had not found any suspicious sign/ so far. The Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

 

One of Osama bin Laden's sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn't believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid Airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.

 

 

原帖由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-11-6 22:07 发表 BBC News with Jim Lee.   The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Raham Emanuel, who was once an advisor to P ...

 

 

Rahm Emanuel,译为白宫办公厅主任(cctv版),或者幕僚长。

 

 

 

下面是美国白宫官职翻译  翻译控们。。。下吧~!借花献佛~~

 

www.cs.virginia.edu/~wh5a/personal/gov_in_translation.pdf

[ 本帖最后由 ironic2046 于 2008-11-7 08:36 编辑 ]
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BBC News with Jim Lee.

 

The US president-elect Barack Obama has begun forming his new administration. Mr. Obama has asked the Illinois Congressman, Rahm Emanuel, who was once an advisor to President Clinton, to be his chief-of-staff. He is also expected to appoint a new treasury secretary soon. And there is speculation that the current Defense Secretary Robert Gates may be asked to stay on. From Washington, Jenner Bryon looks at Mr. Obama's choice for chief-of-staff.

 

Rahm Emanuel is another Democratic star, a former advisor to President Clinton, and a tough Washington insider, who's been strongly criticized by some republicans as being too partisan. If he becomes the White House chief-of-staff, he would be responsible for much of the internal management of the new administration. But his appointment could accentuate party divides, rather than help heal them, as Mr. Obama has pledged to do.

 

Hours after Barack Obama's victory was declared, the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that Moscow intends to deploy short-range missiles to counter President Bush's proposed missile defense shield in central Europe. He said the missiles would be placed in the Kaliningrad enclave, between Poland and Lithuania, both NATO countries. Mr. Medvedev said that Russia would also jam the US system electronically.

Apart from this, to neutralize, if need be, the US missile system, Iskander missiles will be deployed in Kaliningrad region. Naturally, we envisage that the resources of the Russian Navy will be used for these purposes as well.

 

The United Nations has ordered its peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo to defend the eastern city of Goma from any attack. In a significant hardening of the UN position, the head of the world's body's global peacekeeping operations, Alain Le Roy said the peacekeepers had orders to open fire on any armed groups that try to enter the city. He was speaking as fighting between rebel factions continued north of Goma.

 

We have to deny access to any armed groups into Goma. That's very clear. We consider that we're giving in the coming days, will allow, the best, most we can to make sure Goma remains safe and that we deny access to any armed groups within them.

 

President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has condemned an American airstrike, which, he says, killed 40 people, including women and children. Intended target of Monday's attack in Kandahar Province had been the Taliban, but instead, the US missile struck a wedding party. In a sharp response, Mr. Karzai demanded an end to civilian casualties.

 

Hundreds of protestors in Taiwan have dispersed after several hours surrounding a hotel, where China's most senior envoy to the island was holding talks. Riot police held back the demonstrators, who were protesting at what they saw as Chinese interference in Taiwan's affairs. The envoy has signed a series of trade and transport agreements.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Californian voters have approved reinstating a ban on gay marriage months after it was legalized. The proposal that California's constitution be amended, to say, marriage can only take place between a man and a woman, was narrowly approved in a referendum. Correspondents say it places in doubt the legal status of thousands of gay couples who have married in California since May.

 

The American author Michael Crichton has died of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 66. Michael Crichton wrote many best-selling science fictions and thriller novels, most notably Jurassic Park. He also created the American television series ER. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.

Many of his books took a medical theme. A favorite plotline was the concept of scientific experiments going awry. Both Jurassic Park and The Andromede Strain took up those themes. Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, were adapted into highly successful films directed by Steven Spielberg, and equally lucrative franchises. Michael Crichton's books sold over 100 million copies worldwide, and some were translated into as many as 30 languages. A statement from his family described him as a great storyteller, who challenged preconceived notions of the world around us.

 

Investigators in Mexico have begun examining the flight recorder from a plane that crashed in Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people, including a senior minister. The government says investigators had not found any suspicious sign so far. The Mexican Interior Minister Juan Camilo Mourino was among those who died when the executive jet smashed into the center of the city.

 

One of Osama bin Laden's sons has had his request for asylum in Spain rejected. The Spanish Interior Ministry said that Omar Osama bin Laden did not meet the conditions necessary for entering Spain. Reports said the authorities didn't believe his claim that his life was in danger. Omar bin Laden arrived at Madrid Airport on Monday during a stopover from Cairo.

BBC News.

 

 

 

 

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空袭在字典上的拼法:

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原帖由 brightu 于 2008-11-7 11:27 发表 to 小北MM:空袭在字典上的拼法:


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air strike (air strikes)
also airstrike
[N-COUNT]
An air strike is an attack by military aircraft in which bombs are dropped. This expression is usually used by the country or group that is carrying out the attack.
A senior defence official said last night that they would continue the air strikes.

When things do not go your way, God has a plan for you.
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原帖由 nativespeaker 于 2008-11-7 11:38 发表 柯林斯高级英语学习词典第5版   air strike (air strikes)also airstrike[N-COUNT]An air strike is an attack by military aircraft in which bombs are dropped. This expre ...

 

 

偶不也为了露露脸嘛,真是滴。。。

 

反正都可以,不改了

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