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BBC News with Victoria Meakin.

 

Three Islamic militants convicted of involvement in the 2002 Bali bombings have been executed in Indonesia. The men were shot by firing squad in an island prison off the coast of Java where they were being held. 202 people were killed in the coordinated bomb attacks on nightclubs on Bali. Indonesians and tourists were among the victims. Lucy Williamson reports from Chilachap where the executions took place.

 

Most Indonesians welcome the executions, as did the bombers themselves. They never expressed remorse for the attacks, never regretted killing people they described as infidels. And they said they wanted to die as martyrs. That's Indonesia's biggest fear now. It wants to send a clear message here that it will execute men who kill in the name of Islam. But it also risks making them into heroes and fueling the radical movement they belong to.

 

Rescue teams in Haiti are continuing to search the rubble of a school where the roof caved in on Friday, killing at least 82 people, most of them children. The Haitian Prime Minister Micheal Pearroui told the BBC she believed about 700 people were in the building at the time of the collapse. She said 400-500 had been rescued. The head of mission for the charity Médecins Sans Frontières, Max Cosci, said time was running out to find more survivors.

 

"Unfortunately, the number of the casualties can only increase. There are something like 200 missing there. And then we, we think that they are still under this school collapse and for sure in the next debris, our, with the one of the time limits to find again some one alive."

 

Some news just in. Reports from Russia say at least 20 people were killed in an accident aboard a nuclear-powered submarine of the Russian Pacific Fleet. A senior Navy commander was quoted as saying that the submarine's nuclear reactor had not been damaged. Details are still coming in.

 

The Cuban authorities are evacuating hundreds of thousands of people from low-lying eastern areas in advance of the arrival of a powerful Category-4 Atlantic hurricane with sustained winds of 220 kilometers per hour. Forecasters have warned that Hurricane Paloma could spark potentially catastrophic storm surges as high as eight meters. The former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has rejected any aid from the United States. Michael Voss reports.

 

All of Cuba's central and eastern provinces have been placed on hurricane alert, triggering massive evacuations from low-lying coastal regions and other flood-prone areas. Hurricane Paloma has picked up speeds since sweeping through the Cayman Islands where storm surges and torrential rain caused flooding and blackouts. This late-season hurricane has risen to an extremely dangerous Category-4 storm with sustained winds of 140 miles an hour, though this may ease slightly before making landfall in Cuba late tonight or early tomorrow morning.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The top United Nations official in the Democratic Republic of Congo has accused rebel forces and a government-allied militia group of committing war crimes during heavy fighting in the east of the country. The official Alan Doss said both sides had targeted civilians when fighting for control of the town of Kiwanja, north of the regional capital Goma. The rebel leader Laurent Nkunda has denied his forces committed atrocities.

 

An appeal court in Yemen has halved a prison sentence given to a suspected al-Qaeda member who is on the list of the most wanted terrorists in the United States. The prisoner, Jaber al-Banna, will now serve five years in jail for his role in planning coordinated attacks on oil facilities in Yemen. The Yemeni authorities have not said why the sentence was reduced.

 

Iran has criticized the Untied States President-elect Barack Obama for saying that it's unacceptable for Tehran to develop nuclear weapons. The Speaker of parliament, Ali Larijani, said Mr. Obama's comment showed the pursuit of what he called the same wrong American policies. Change, Mr. Larijani said, had to be strategic.

 

Change must have a strategic basis, this is what it's expected on the international scene, not the repetition of demanding, and repetitive statements that we have heard from his tongue these past few days. This is tantamount to treating the same erroneous path as before. If you want the circumstances to improve and the region, they have to issue the right signals to the nations here.

 

An eight-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of his father and another man in the American state of Arizona. Police said the child confessed to shooting the two men with a rifle on Wednesday in the small community of St Johns, northeast of Phoenix. Prosecutors say the motive isn't known.

 

BBC News.

 

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BBC News with Victoria Meakin.

 

Three Islamic militants convicted of involvement in the 2002 Bali bombings have been executed in Indonesia. The men were shot by firing squad in an island prison off the coast of Java where they were being held. 202 people were killed in the coordinated bomb attacks on nightclubs on Bali. Indonesians and tourists were among the victims. Lucy Williamson reports from Chilachap where the executions took place.

 

Most Indonesians welcome the executions, as did the bombers themselves. They never expressed remorse for the attacks, never regretted killing people they described as infidels. And they said they wanted to die as martyrs. That's Indonesia's biggest fear now. It wants to send a clear message here that it will execute men who kill in the name of Islam. But it also risks making them into heroes and fueling the radical movement they belong to.

 

Rescue teams in Haiti are continuing to search the rubble of a school where the roof caved in on Friday, killing at least 82 people, most of them children. The Haitian Prime Minister Micheal Pearroui told the BBC she believed about 700 people were in the building at the time of the collapse. She said 400-500 had been rescued. The head of mission for the charity Médecins Sans Frontières, Max Cosci, said time was running out to find more survivors.

 

"Unfortunately, the number of the casualties can only increase. There are something like 200 missing there. And then we, we think that they are still under this school collapse and for sure in the next debris, our, with the one of the time limits to find again someone alive."

 

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Some news just in. Reports from Russia say at least 20 people were killed in an accident aboard a nuclear-powered submarine of the Russian Pacific Fleet. A senior Navy commander was quoted as saying that the submarine's nuclear reactor had not been damaged. Details are still coming in.

 

The Cuban authorities are evacuating hundreds of thousands of people from low-lying eastern areas in advance of the arrival of a powerful Category-4 Atlantic hurricane with sustained winds of 220 kilometers per hour. Forecasters have warned that Hurricane Paloma could spark potentially catastrophic storm surges as high as eight meters. The former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has rejected any aid from the United States. Michael Voss reports.

 

All of Cuba's central and eastern provinces have been placed on hurricane alert, triggering massive evacuations from low-lying coastal regions and other flood-prone areas. Hurricane Paloma has picked up speeds since sweeping through the Cayman Islands where storm surges and torrential rain caused flooding and blackouts. This late-season hurricane has risen to an extremely dangerous Category-4 storm with sustained winds of 140 miles an hour, though this may ease slightly before making landfall in Cuba late tonight or early tomorrow morning.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The top United Nations official in the Democratic Republic of Congo has accused rebel forces and a government-allied militia group of committing war crimes during heavy fighting in the east of the country. The official Alan Doss said both sides had targeted civilians when fighting for control of the town of Kiwanja, north of the regional capital Goma. The rebel leader Laurent Nkunda has denied his forces committed atrocities.

 

An appeal court in Yemen has halved a prison sentence given to a suspected al-Qaeda member who is on the list of the most wanted terrorists in the United States. The prisoner, Jaber al-Banna, will now serve five years in jail for his role in planning coordinated attacks on oil facilities in Yemen. The Yemeni authorities have not said why the sentence was reduced.

 

Iran has criticized the Untied States President-elect Barack Obama for saying that it's unacceptable for Tehran to develop nuclear weapons. The Speaker of parliament, Ali Larijani, said Mr. Obama's comment showed the pursuit of what he called the same wrong American policies. Change, Mr. Larijani said, had to be strategic.

 

Change must have a strategic basis, this is what it's expected on the international scene, not the repetition of demanding, and repetitive statements that we have heard from his tongue these past few days. This is tantamount to treating the same erroneous path as before. If you want the circumstances to improve and the region, they have to issue the right signals to the nations here.

 

An eight-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of his father and another man in the American state of Arizona. Police said the child confessed to shooting the two men with a rifle on Wednesday in the small community of St Johns, northeast of Phoenix. Prosecutors say the motive isn't known.

 

BBC News.

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BBC News with Victoria Meakin.

 

Three Islamic militants convicted of involvement in the 2002 Bali bombings have been executed in Indonesia. The men were shot by firing squad in an island prison off the coast of Java where they were being held. 202 people were killed in the coordinated bomb attacks on nightclubs on Bali. Indonesians and tourists were among the victims. Lucy Williamson reports from Chilachap where the executions took place.

 

Most Indonesians welcome the executions, as did the bombers themselves. They never expressed remorse for the attacks, never regretted killing people they described as infidels. And they said they wanted to die as martyrs. That's Indonesia's biggest fear now. It wants to send a clear message here that it will execute men who kill in the name of Islam. But it also risks making them into heroes and fueling the radical movement they belong to.

 

Rescue teams in Haiti are continuing to search the rubble of a school where the roof caved in on Friday, killing at least 82 people, most of them children. The Haitian Prime Minister Micheal Pearroui told the BBC she believed about 700 people were in the building at the time of the collapse. She said 400-500 had been rescued. The head of mission for the charity Médecins Sans Frontières, Max Cosci, said time was running out to find more survivors.

 

"Unfortunately, the number of the casualties can only increase. There are something like 200 missing there. And then we, we think that they are still under this school collapse and for sure in the next debris, our, with the one of the time limits to find again someone alive."

 

Some news just in. Reports from Russia say at least 20 people were killed in an accident aboard a nuclear-powered submarine of the Russian Pacific Fleet. A senior Navy commander was quoted as saying that the submarine's nuclear reactor had not been damaged. Details are still coming in.

 

The Cuban authorities are evacuating hundreds of thousands of people from low-lying eastern areas in advance of the arrival of a powerful Category-4 Atlantic hurricane with sustained winds of 220 kilometers per hour. Forecasters have warned that Hurricane Paloma could spark potentially catastrophic storm surges as high as eight meters. The former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has rejected any aid from the United States. Michael Voss reports.

 

All of Cuba's central and eastern provinces have been placed on hurricane alert, triggering massive evacuations from low-lying coastal regions and other flood-prone areas. Hurricane Paloma has picked up speeds since sweeping through the Cayman Islands where storm surges and torrential rain caused flooding and blackouts. This late-season hurricane has risen to an extremely dangerous Category-4 storm with sustained winds of 140 miles an hour, though this may ease slightly before making landfall in Cuba late tonight or early tomorrow morning.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The top United Nations official in the Democratic Republic of Congo has accused rebel forces and a government-allied militia group of committing war crimes during heavy fighting in the east of the country. The official Alan Doss said both sides had targeted civilians when fighting for control of the town of Kiwanja, north of the regional capital Goma. The rebel leader Laurent Nkunda has denied his forces committed atrocities.

 

An appeal court in Yemen has halved a prison sentence given to a suspected al-Qaeda member who is on the list of the most wanted terrorists in the United States. The prisoner, Jaber al-Banna, will now serve five years in jail for his role in planning coordinated attacks on oil facilities in Yemen. The Yemeni authorities have not said why the sentence was reduced.

 

Iran has criticized the Untied States President-elect Barack Obama for saying that it's unacceptable for Tehran to develop nuclear weapons. The Speaker of Parliament, Ali Larijani, said Mr. Obama's comment showed the pursuit of what he called the same wrong American policies. Change, Mr. Larijani said, had to be strategic.

 

Change must have a strategic basis, this is what it's expected on the international scene, not the repetition of demanding, and repetitive statements that we have heard from his tongue these past few days. This is tantamount to treading the same erroneous path as before. If you want the circumstances to improve in the region, they have to issue the right signals to the nations here.

 

An eight-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of his father and another man in the American state of Arizona. Police said the child confessed to shooting the two men with a rifle on Wednesday in the small community of St Johns, northeast of Phoenix. Prosecutors say the motive isn't known.

 

BBC News.


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原帖由 brightu 于 2008-11-10 14:32 发表 on 比比西BBC News with Victoria Meakin.   Three Islamic militants convicted of involvement in the 2002 Bali bombings have been executed in Indonesia. The men were shot by firing squad in an ...

 

 

 

"Unfortunately, the number of the casualties can only increase. There are something like 200 missing there. And then we, we think that they are still under this school collapse and for sure, in the next, definitely, our[challenge or the like] will be one of the time limits to find again someone alive."

 

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BBC News with Victoria Meakin.

 

Three Islamic militants convicted of involvement in the 2002 Bali bombings have been executed in Indonesia. The men were shot by firing squad in an island prison off the coast of Java where they were being held. 202 people were killed in the coordinated bomb attacks on nightclubs on Bali. Indonesians and tourists were among the victims. Lucy Williamson reports from Chilachap where the executions took place.

 

Most Indonesians welcome the executions, as did the bombers themselves. They never expressed remorse for the attacks, never regretted killing people they described as infidels. And they said they wanted to die as martyrs. That's Indonesia's biggest fear now. It wants to send a clear message here that it will execute men who kill in the name of Islam. But it also risks making them into heroes and fueling the radical movement they belong to.

 

Rescue teams in Haiti are continuing to search the rubble of a school where the roof caved in on Friday, killing at least 82 people, most of them children. The Haitian Prime Minister Micheal Pearroui told the BBC she believed about 700 people were in the building at the time of the collapse. She said 400-500 had been rescued. The head of mission for the charity Médecins Sans Frontières, Max Cosci, said time was running out to find more survivors.

 

"Unfortunately, the number of the casualties can only increase. There are something like 200 missing there. And then we, we think that they are still under this school collapse and for sure, and the next busiest hour will be one of the time limits to find again someone alive."

 

Some news just in. Reports from Russia say at least 20 people were killed in an accident aboard a nuclear-powered submarine of the Russian Pacific Fleet. A senior Navy commander was quoted as saying that the submarine's nuclear reactor had not been damaged. Details are still coming in.

 

The Cuban authorities are evacuating hundreds of thousands of people from low-lying eastern areas in advance of the arrival of a powerful Category-4 Atlantic hurricane with sustained winds of 220 kilometers per hour. Forecasters have warned that Hurricane Paloma could spark potentially catastrophic storm surges as high as eight meters. The former Cuban leader Fidel Castro rejected any aid from the United States. Michael Voss reports.

 

All of Cuba's central and eastern provinces have been placed on hurricane alert, triggering massive evacuations from low-lying coastal regions and other flood-prone areas. Hurricane Paloma has picked up speeds since sweeping through the Cayman Islands where storm surges and torrential rain caused flooding and blackouts. This late-season hurricane has risen to an extremely dangerous Category-4 storm with sustained winds of 140 miles an hour, though this may ease slightly before making landfall in Cuba late tonight or early tomorrow morning.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The top United Nations official in the Democratic Republic of Congo has accused rebel forces and a government-allied militia group of committing war crimes during heavy fighting in the east of the country. The official Alan Doss said both sides had targeted civilians when fighting for control of the town of Kiwanja, north of the regional capital Goma. The rebel leader Laurent Nkunda has denied his forces committed atrocities.

 

An appeal court in Yemen has halved a prison sentence given to a suspected al-Qaeda member who is on the list of the most wanted terrorists in the United States. The prisoner, Jaber al-Banna, will now serve five years in jail for his role in planning coordinated attacks on oil facilities in Yemen. The Yemeni authorities have not said why the sentence was reduced.

 

Iran has criticized the Untied States President-elect Barack Obama for saying that it's unacceptable for Tehran to develop nuclear weapons. The Speaker of Parliament, Ali Larijani, said Mr. Obama's comment showed the pursuit of what he called the same wrong American policies. Change, Mr. Larijani said, had to be strategic.

 

Change must have a strategic basis, this is what is expected on the international scene, not the repetition of demanding, and repetitive statements that we have heard from his tongue these past few days. This is tantamount to treading the same erroneous path as before. If you want the circumstances to improve in the region, they have to issue the right signals to the nations here.

 

An eight-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of his father and another man in the American state of Arizona. Police said the child confessed / shooting the two men with a rifle on Wednesday in the small community of St Johns, northeast of Phoenix. Prosecutors say the motive isn't known.

 

BBC News.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 bluestream 于 2008-11-11 21:15 编辑 ]
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前辈,the busiest hour 跟 time limits 可以对等么?如何解释?
是confessed shooting? 俺已经晕了~
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Well, that is what the words sound to me. I guess the man wanted to say that the next hour will be the hour of time limits to find any survivor alive .( time was running out ) It is just my humble personal opinions, though. [ 本帖最后由 bluestream 于 2008-11-11 21:54 编辑 ]
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confess (to) doing  to可加可不加,偶又听了下,觉得还是有滴

 

那个采访那段,意思是明白滴,但是感觉 the hour==the time limits 不太通额

就好比time==the time limits

 

不过我在整理稿里标明这个alternative了,谢谢

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我听着肯定是没有 to 的。。。
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原帖由 bluestream 于 2008-11-12 19:58 发表 我听着肯定是没有 to 的。。。

 

好吧,丫头,偶让你,没有to好了

 

但是confess 后面滴to的确是可省可部省滴,你得承认哦

my 2 cents again

I tend to agree with BlueStream on
1> the busiest hour (Keeping in mind, the speaker is not a NATIVE English speaker.)
2> confessed killing (without TO)

However, If you take into account of the translator's Iranian accent, it is more plausible that

...repetitive statements that we have heard from his team (NOT tongue) these past few days

I know, it sounds like TONGUE. (even TONE is likely but not TONGUE)

This is tantamount to trailing (NOT treading) the same erroneous path as before.
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原帖由 MerylFriend 于 2008-11-14 01:33 发表 I tend to agree with BlueStream on1> the busiest hour (Keeping in mind, the speaker is not a NATIVE English speaker.)2> confessed killing (without TO)However, If you take into account of the translato ...

 

 

I am here to announce that your two cents have not been accepted.

 

1,Iran News, Persian Journal Iranian Farsi news & iran news paper - [ 翻译此页 ]

The contract will go to the lowest bidder the following day. ... repetitive statements that we have heard from his tongue these past few days," he said. ...
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2,Iran lashes out at Obama's nuclear stance - ABC News (Australian ... - [ 翻译此页 ]
9 Nov 2008 ... "This is tantamount to treading the same erroneous path as before." On Thursday (local time) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad surprised ...
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if we are not native, those in Iran and Australia certainly have more say in this...
 
 
as to tongue, just some quotes from Collins==> u can use tongue to refer to the kind of things that a person says...She had a nasty tongue, but i like her.
 
now that u mentioned this contentious interview part again, i'd very much like to know by"one of the time limits", if "the next busiest hour" is one of , what is other time limits?
 
 

no cent (sense) for you

Can't believe your would choose some freaking Aussie's words over mine. Ouch!

 

"Trailing the same path" is not rarely used.

 

I am not convinced. And the offer of 2 cents has been rescinded herein.

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听了几次 听得还是 confessed to shooting

 

而且查了几本纸质词典(朗3,牛4,柯林斯基础),没有找到省略to的例句。

 

标的基本都是:confess (to sth / to doing sth) to admit, especially formally or to the police, that you have done sth wrong or illegal




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