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BBC News with Julie Chandler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message across that the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January, and that its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and a half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat Senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might now be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod, said it would have to be large enough to cope with the huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swept Israel when the activities of the gang, who called themselves, Patrol-36, were first revealed, they carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendants of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom, while Israeli, do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However, one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll is being seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost a referendum that would have allowed him to seek re-election indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.


In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of view, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out-of-court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produce/ a stage show.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Poland have accused Russian troops of firing near a convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference that it had clearly been a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, it was intended as a provocation. Certainly I would never intend to put the life of president of Poland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that, you know, you are dealing with unpredictable people.


The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last for the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous soldiers who fought their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televised news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9th of January. But he'd previously indicated he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call early parliamentary elections.

 

BBC News.

hit the gound running:  to immediately work very hard and successfully at a new activity.

If elected, they promise to hit the ground running in their first few weeks of office.

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package on under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aids have indicated likely some several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formerly announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross but the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And but its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars now might be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with huge problems America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazis attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swamped Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.  

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of you, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini princes who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record song that he’d written, wrote an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly being a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, // intended provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

 

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last with the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televised news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

 

BBC News.      

 

                                                                                                  

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package on under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aids have indicated likely some several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formerly announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross but the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And but its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars now might be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with huge problems America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazis attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swamped Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.  

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of you, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini princes who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record song that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly being a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, // intended provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

 

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last with the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televise news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

 

BBC News.      

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package on under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aids have indicated likely some several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formerly announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross but the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And but its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars  might not be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazis attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swamped Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.  

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of you, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini princes who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record song that he’d written, wrote an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly being a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, towards intended provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

 

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last with the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televised news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

 

BBC News.      

 

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package / under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely some several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross but the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And / its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars  might not be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazis attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swamped Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of view, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini princes who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record song that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly being a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, towards intended provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

 

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last with the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televised news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9th of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

 

BBC News.

 

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 jjmm 于 2008-11-24 18:54 编辑 ]

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 BBC News with Julie Candler.

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package on under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aids have indicated * likely some several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formerly announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross but the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And but its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might not be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with huge problems America is facing.

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazis attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

Shock and revulsion swamped Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.  

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of you, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini princes who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

World news from the BBC.

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly being a Russian provocation.

They clearly, I mean clearly, // intended as provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last with the out-going American President George Bush.

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televise news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

BBC News.  

 

hit the ground running [mainly American]to immediately work very hard and successfully at a new activity.充满干劲地开始<的工作等> 新官上任三把火

desecrate vt.亵渎, 污辱, (神物)供俗用

synagogue n.犹太人集会, 犹太教会堂, 犹太教

swamp n.沼泽, 湿地, 煤层聚水v.陷入沼泽, 淹没, 覆没

revulsion n.(名词)1 A sudden, strong change or reaction in feeling, especially a feeling of violent disgust or loathing.变:感情上的突然、强烈的改变或反应,尤指强烈的厌恶或憎恶的感情

2 A withdrawing or turning away from something.

抽回,收回:从某事退出或离开

3 Medicine Counterirritation used to reduce inflammation or increase the blood supply to the affected area.

【医学】 诱导法:用以减少炎症或增加感染区的血液供应的对抗刺激

queue up for 排队等候

out of court adv.不经法院, 被驳回

renege vi.食言, 违例出牌vt.否认, 拒绝n.出牌违例

provocation n.激怒, 刺激, 挑衅, 挑拨

Guinea-Bissau n.几内亚比绍共和国

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross but the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And but its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might not be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with a huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swamped Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims. 

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of you, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly been a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, was intended as provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last to the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televise news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

BBC News.  

 

hit the ground running [mainly American]to immediately work very hard and successfully at a new activity.充满干劲地开始<新的工作等> 新官上任三把火

desecrate vt.亵渎, 污辱, (神物)供俗用

synagogue n.犹太人集会, 犹太教会堂, 犹太教

swamp n.沼泽, 湿地, 煤层聚水v.陷入沼泽, 淹没, 覆没

revulsion n.(名词)1 A sudden, strong change or reaction in feeling, especially a feeling of violent disgust or loathing.剧变:感情上的突然、强烈的改变或反应,尤指强烈的厌恶或憎恶的感情

2 A withdrawing or turning away from something.

抽回,收回:从某事退出或离开

3 Medicine Counterirritation used to reduce inflammation or increase the blood supply to the affected area.

【医学】 诱导法:用以减少炎症或增加感染区的血液供应的对抗刺激

queue up for 排队等候

out of court adv.不经法院, 被驳回

renege vi.食言, 违例出牌vt.否认, 拒绝n.出牌违例

provocation n.激怒, 刺激, 挑衅, 挑拨

Guinea-Bissau n.几内亚比绍共和国

 

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross that the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And that its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might now be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with a huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swept Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of view, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly been a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, was intended as provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last to the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televise news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

BBC News. 


 

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross but the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And but its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might not be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with a huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swamped Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims. 

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of you, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly been a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, was intended as provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last to the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televise news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

BBC News.  

 

hit the ground running [mainly American]to immediately work very hard and successfully at a new activity.充满干劲地开始<新的工作等> 新官上任三把火

desecrate vt.亵渎, 污辱, (神物)供俗用

synagogue n.犹太人集会, 犹太教会堂, 犹太教

swamp n.沼泽, 湿地, 煤层聚水v.陷入沼泽, 淹没, 覆没

revulsion n.(名词)1 A sudden, strong change or reaction in feeling, especially a feeling of violent disgust or loathing.剧变:感情上的突然、强烈的改变或反应,尤指强烈的厌恶或憎恶的感情

2 A withdrawing or turning away from something.

抽回,收回:从某事退出或离开

3 Medicine Counterirritation used to reduce inflammation or increase the blood supply to the affected area.

【医学】 诱导法:用以减少炎症或增加感染区的血液供应的对抗刺激

queue up for 排队等候

out of court adv.不经法院, 被驳回

renege vi.食言, 违例出牌vt.否认, 拒绝n.出牌违例

provocation n.激怒, 刺激, 挑衅, 挑拨

Guinea-Bissau n.几内亚比绍共和国

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross that the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And that its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might now be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with a huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swept Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of you, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing nearer convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said that it had clearly been a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, was intended as provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put a live president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with a provocative people.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last to the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fooled their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televise news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9 of January. But he previously indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

BBC News. 

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BBC News with Julie Candler.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross that the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And that its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might now be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with a huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swept Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost a referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of view, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produce a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing near a convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said it had clearly been a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly,it was intended as a provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put the life of president of Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with unpredictable people.

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last to the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fought their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televise news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9th of January. But he'd previously indicated he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

BBC News. 

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BBC news with Julie Candler

 

Senior advisor to the American president-elect barack obama said economic Stimulatious package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected, his aids indicated likely summon several hundreds billion dollars it comes as barack obama prepared to formally announced economical team,Sarah Morris reports

 

The comments from barack obama economical team are rid getting message across the new administration will hit ground running,when he takes over in janunary,and his economical stimulous plan might have to be a big recent seven hundred billion dollar financial bailout, the two year stimulous plan will be aimed saving or creating some two and half million jobs, during election campaigns, Mr. obama said it will cost one hundred seventy five billion dollars, but on Sunday, senior democrats / said between five and seven hundred billion dollars might now be needed, Mr. obama top economical advisor David Sirota said it will have to be large enough to cope with huge problem American’s facing. ……

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BBC news with Judy Camderla.

 

Senior advisers to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formerly announce his economic team. Sebastian Asher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama's economic team are aimed at getting the message crossed that the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January and its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion financial bail-out. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some 2.5 million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior democrat Senator Charles Shuma said that between five and seven hundred billion dollars might not be needed. And Mr. Obama's top economic adviser David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with the huge problem America's facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in Vietnam's sea attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desigrating Sinicocks and carring out a string of attacks. Paul Ward reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swept Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves "Patrol 36" were first revealed of carried out attacks on religious Jewls, the homeless and drug others when Israeli police raided their homes and found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang was planning to celebrate. All were descendants of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom, while Israeli, do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Hollor calls survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who've been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governers and more than 300 mayors. The pole has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost the referendum that would have allowed him to seek re-election indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concerns that the extension could lead to possible voter-fraud but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.

 

In Venezuela it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible! Our election system is sheered from all points of view, with previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out-of-court settlement without Abdulla prince who have been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had renaded on a deal to record songs that he had written, write on biography and produces state show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Poland have accused Russian troops of firing near a convoy carring them close to the break-way Republic of south Thatia, no one was hurt. But the order leader * told the news conference said it clearly being a Russian Provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly, towards the intented of provocation, so clear that were never intent to put rival president for Poland in danger that was non of my, non of my intentions. But the realities that you know you're dealing with unpredictive people. The Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov has denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they called quick and decisive action to reverse the global slow-down. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC, said the current melt-down was one of the most serious economic chanllenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last with the out-going America's president George Bush.

 

The president of * (。。。什么国家?)has condemned an armed attack on his * on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. * was unhurting the attack by Mutina soldiers before their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televised news conference, Mr. * said the objective has been liquidating but he assured people that the capital this hour is now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he would call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconsiliation talks with the rival Hamas movement this year. Mr. Abbas' term expires on the night of January but he previously  indicated that he would remain in office for another year until the term of Hamas-lead parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas' term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

 

BBC news.

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BBC News with Julie Camderla.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross that the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And that its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might now be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with a huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating synagogues and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.

 

Shock and revulsion swept Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36 were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost a referendum that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of view, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 

The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing near a convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said it had clearly been a Russian provocation.

 

They clearly, I mean clearly,it was intended as provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put the life of president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with unpredictable people. The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last to the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous solders who fought their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televised news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9th of January. But he'd previously indicated he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

 

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BBC News with Julie Camderla.

 

Senior advisors to the American President-elect Barack Obama say the economic stimulus package under preparation should be much bigger than earlier expected. His aides have indicated a likely sum of several hundred billion dollars. It comes as Barack Obama prepares to formally announce his economic team. Sebastian Usher reports.

 

The comments from Barack Obama’s economic team are aimed at getting the message cross使人了解 that the new administration will hit the ground running when it takes over in January. And that its economic stimulus plan may have to be as big as the recent 700-billion-dollar financial bailout. 财政援助The two-year stimulus plan will be aimed at saving or creating some two and half million jobs. During the election campaign, Mr. Obama said it would cost 175 billion dollars. But on Sunday, senior Democrat senator Charles Schumer said that between 500 and 700 billion dollars might now be needed. A Mr. Obama’s top economics advisor, David Axelrod said it would have to be large enough to cope with a huge problem America is facing.

 

A court in Israel has convicted eight people of involvement in neo-Nazi attacks. The defendants were found guilty of desecrating v. 供俗用,亵渎,污辱synagogues n. 太人集会,犹太教会堂and carrying out a string of attacks. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem. 耶路撒冷

 

Shock and revulsion n. 剧变,非常的厌恶,剧烈的反应swept Israel when the activities of the gang who called themselves, Patrol-36  were first revealed and carried out attacks on religious Jews, the homeless and drug addicts. When the Israeli police raided their homes, they found Nazi uniforms and portraits of Adolf Hitler whose birthday the gang were planning to celebrate. All were descendents of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, many thousands of whom while Israeli do not consider themselves fully Jewish. However one of the eight defendants was the grandson of Holocaust survivors.

 

Voting has been extended in Venezuela to allow tens of thousands of people who have been queuing up for hours to cast their votes in regional elections. Voters are choosing 22 state governors and more than 300 mayors. The poll has been seen as a critical test for President Hugo Chavez who last year lost a referendum n. 公民投票,普通投票,请示书that would have allowed him to seek reelection indefinitely. Opposition leaders have expressed concern that the extension could lead to possible vote of fraud, but Mr. Chavez dismissed their claims.

 

In Venezuela, it is impossible for there to be any fraud, impossible. Our electoral system is shielded, from all points of view, previous audit, like no other country in the world.

 The American pop star Michael Jackson has reached an out of court settlement with the Bahraini prince who had been suing him for seven million dollars. Sheikh Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa claimed that Michael Jackson had reneged 违约on a deal to record songs that he’d written, write an autobiography and produced a stage show.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Georgia and Portland have accused Russian troops of firing near a convoy carrying them close to the breakaway Republic of South Ossetia. No one was hurt. The Georgian leader Mikhael Saakashvili told a news conference said it had clearly been a Russian provocation. n. 激怒,刺激,挑拨

 

They clearly, I mean clearly,it was intended as provocation. Certainly I will never intend to put the life of president or Portland in danger. That was none of my, none of my intentions. But the reality is that you know, you are dealing with unpredictable people. The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had denied the accusation.

 

Asia-Pacific leaders have offered what they call quick and decisive action to reverse the global slowdown. The final declaration of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, APEC said the current meltdown was one of the most serious economic challenges ever. The APEC summit held in Peru was the last to the out-going American President George Bush.

 

The President of Guinea-Bissau Joao Bernardo Vieira has condemned an armed attack on his home on Sunday, saying that no one had the right to steal power by means of the gun. Mr. Vieira was unhurt in the attack by mutinous暴动的solders who fought their way inside the building in a three-hour gun battle. In a televised news conference, Mr. Vieira said the objective had been to liquidate v. 偿付,清算,扫除him, but he assured people that the capital Bissau was now calm and the situation was under control.

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will call presidential and parliamentary elections if he fails to make progress in reconciliation talks和解谈判with the rival Hamas Movement this year. Mr. Abbas’ term expires on the 9th of January. But he'd previously indicated he would remain in office for another year until the term of the Hamas-led parliament ended. Hamas opposes any extension of Mr. Abbas’ term and says he has no legal or constitutional right to call earlier parliamentary elections.

 

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