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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of his tax cuts as soon as April, given the typical family's 65 dollars a month more in their pay packets. The president said it was the fastest working tax cut in American history. In his weekly address, Mr. Obama said he'd hold a fiscal summit on Monday and would release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning.

"None of this will be easy. The road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I am confident that we as a people have the strength and wisdom to carry out the strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and stronger for it."

It's been announced that the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will hold talks with President Obama in Washington on the third of March, making him the first European leader to have secured a meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men would discuss challenges, such as the global financial crisis, the economic summit in London in April and a comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.

About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken to the streets of the capital Dublin to protest against government plans to cut the pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland's ballooning deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.

Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished for the mistakes of the Irish banks. That's why the center of Dublin came to a standstill this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nurses and teachers, demonstrating against proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears that today's protests could eventually lead to strikes. That may or may not happen, but what's clear is that the days of Ireland's "Celtic Tiger" economy being the envy of Europe are long gone.

Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley say they will announce in the next few days whether they will make their temporary ceasefire a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told the BBC they would first review government progress on implementing Sharia law in the district. Earlier Pakistani officials said that a permanent truce with militants had been agreed. Shoaib Hasan reports from Islamabad.

Mr. Syed Javed, the head of the local administration in Swat, said that the army would scale back its operations in the valley. Mr. Javed also requested all locals who had migrated due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban's spokesman said their leader expressed  satisfaction with the peace agreement, but the spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms until the new Sharia regulations were enforced to their satisfaction.

Pakistan's ambassador to the US denied they were caving in to the Taliban, and told the BBC it was a local solution to a local problem.

World News from the BBC.

The director of the Colombian intelligence agency, the DAS, has ordered an investigation into reports that the agency has been infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news magazine, rogue agents have been intercepting phone calls to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drugs gangs. The director, Felipe Munoz, said that an elite team would try to establish whether there was a criminal network working against Colombia's national interests.

Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeastern city of Bauchi. The security forces have now restored order. Caroline Duffy reports.

The violence erupted in the suburb of the city, an area known as the ... in the Dutsin-Tashin neighbourhood. It houses a mosque and a church extremely close together. Residents there say that these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshipers were parking. The state governor has appeared on television warning that perpetrators of mayhem would be swiftly dealt with.

Burma's military government says it has begun releasing up to 6,000 prisoners in what it described as a goodwill gesture to enable them to take part in general election scheduled for 2010. The opposition National League for Democracy welcomed the releases but said only about 15 of an estimated 2,000 political prisoners have been included.

The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow an aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two North African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack on a hotel in Marrakesh. A BBC correspondent says despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there is little sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Aigeria.


Glossary:


pay packet: You can refer to someone's wages or salary as their pay packet. (BRIT; in AM, use paycheck, pay)


sober: serious, and thinking or making you think carefully about things


carry out: If you carry out a threat, task, or instruction, you do it or act according to it.


hazard: A hazard is something which could be dangerous to you, your health or safety, or your plans or reputation.


balloon: When something balloons, it increases rapidly in amount.


scale back: If you scale back something, you make it smaller in size, amount, or extent than it used to be. =reduce, scale down


infiltrate: If people infiltrate a place or organization, or infiltrate into it, they enter it secretly in order to spy on it or influence it.


mayhem: You use mayhem to refer to a situation that is not controlled or ordered, when people are behaving in a disorganized, confused, and often violent way. = chaos


cave in: If you cave in, you suddenly stop arguing or resisting, especially when people put pressure on you to stop. = give in


Celtic Tiger: Celtic Tiger is a term used to describe the period of rapid economic growth in Ireland that began in the 1990s and slowed in 2001, only to pick up pace again in 2003 and then slowed down, once again by 2007 with further contraction in 2008. Until early 2008 many economists believed a soft landing was possible, but it is now projected that GDP will contract by 4% or more in 2009.






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BBC news with phiana medolod
president obama says american works will see the benefit this tax cut as soon as april give the typical family 65 dollars a  a month more in the pay packets ,the president said this was the fastest working tax cut in amercian history ,in this weekly address mister obama said he hold fiscal summit on monday ,and he will release what he describe as super and honest budget on thursday ,but he also add this warning "none of this will be easy ,the road ahead wll be long and full of //,but i'm confident that we as the poeple have the strength and wisdom to carry out this strategy and overcome this crisis ,and if we do ,our economy and our country will be better and stronger forward  "it's been announced that british prime minister Gordon Brown will hold talks with president obama in washington on the third of march ,begine the first european leader to have security meeeting  with the new president ,the white house and the two men will discuss challenges such as global finacial crisis the economic summit in lendon in april and comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan .
  about hundreds and thousands people in ireland taking the streets of capital Dublin to protest against government plan to cut pay of public sector workers ,the government say the measures are needed to control ireland's belowing deficit .Wanshing Simpson reports from Dublin.
"parish workers are angry ,they feel they're been punished for the mistakes of irish banks ,that's why the center of Dublin can't stand still the afternoon with tens of thousands of buliders nurses and teachers demonstrating against proposed Wich Coms,they are rise government fears that today's protest could eventually lead to strikes not may or may not happen, but what's clears that the days of ireland's counted tiger economy been the end of europe are long gone. "
taliban insurgents fighting the army in pakistan northwestern Swat Valley say they will announce the next few deeds ,whether though there make a temporary ceasefire or permanent one ,a taliban's spokesman told BBC they will first review government progress on implementing surer law in the districts,earlier pakistani oficals said the permanent truce of the militants had been agreed ,//reports from islamabad.
"mister// head of local administration and slot said the army will still in back it's the oppositions in the valley,mister //also requested all local of my greeted due to the fighting to reurn home ,the taliban spokesman say their leader // satisfaction on the piece of agreement ,but the spokesman also said that taliban would not play down the arms to lead new show a regulations but it forced  do their satisfaction "pakistan's ambassador to the us deny they will cave into the taliban
and told bbc it was a local solution to a local problem .world news from the bbc
   the director of Columbia intelligence agency the Duth has ordered an investigation into airport said the agency has been inform treated by criminal gangs according to a news magazine Ruge agent had been intercepting phonecall to journalist opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information  to drugs' gangs  .the director //said at lead team will try establish with the criminal network ,working against Columbia's national interests .
four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between questions and muslims in northern algeria ,a number of churches and monks were set on fire during the clashes in the northeastern city of bochie ,the security forces now restore order .//reports
violence erupt in the suburb of the city and area known as makama housing estate ,and they do thing attacking neighbourhood ,the houses of monks and church extremely close together,residents there say this clashes were sparked by a running disagreement of where worshipers would parking.the state government paid on television warning perpetrates if may him would // dealt with .
burma's military gorvernment says it has began releasing up to 6,000 prisoners // describe as good-well gesture to enable //party general election schedule for 2010 ,the opposition national welcome the releases ,but settle only about 15 over estimate 2,000 political prisoners have been include
the border between Morocco and Algeria been open temporary for the first time scince 1994 to allow 8 convoy for gaza to travel through,the two north africa country shut their border crossing after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack on her hotel in motorchase bbc correspondent says despite the gaza aid convoy consecution, there is little sign people will be able to travel overland ,// bbc news in Algeria [ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2009-2-22 11:35 编辑 ]
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of his tax cuts as soon as April, given the typical families 65 dollars a month more in their pay packets. The president said it was the fastest working tax cut in American history. In his weekly address, Mr. Obama said he'd hold a fiscal summit on Monday and would release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning.

"None of this will be easy. The road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I am confident that we as a people had the strength and wisdom to carry out the strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and stronger forward."

It's been announced that the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will hold talks with President Obama in Washington on the third of March, making him the first European leader to have secured the meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men will discuss challenges, such as the global financial crisis, the economic summit in London in April and a comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.

About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken to the streets of the capital Dublin to protest against government plans to cut the pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland's ballooning deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.

Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished for the mistakes of the Irish banks. That's why the center of Dublin came to a standstill this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nurses and teachers, demonstrating against proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears that today's protests could eventually lead to strikes. That may or may not happen, but what's clear is that the day's of Ireland's "Celtic Tiger" economy being the envy of Europe are long gone.

Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley say they will announce in the next few days whether they will make their temporary ceasefire a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told the BBC they would first review government progress on implementing Sharia law in the district. Earlier Pakistani officials said that a permanent truce with militants had been agreed. Shoaib Hasan reports from Islamabad.

Mr. Syed Javed, the head of the local administration in Swat, said that the army would scale back its operations in the valley. Mr. Javed also requested all locals who had migrated due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban's spokesman said their leader expressed the satisfaction with the peace agreement, but the spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms until the new Sharia regulations were enforced to their satisfaction.

Pakistan's ambassador to the US denied they were caving in to the Taliban, and told the BBC it was a local solution to a local problem.

World News from the BBC.

The director of the Colombian intelligence agency, the DAS, has ordered an investigation into reports that the agency has been infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news magazine, rogue agents have been intercepting phone calls to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drugs gangs. The director, Felipe Munoz, said that a leading team would try to establish whether there was a criminal network working against Colombia's national interests.

Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeastern city of Bauchi. The security forces have now restored order. Caroline Duffy reports.

The violence erupted in the suburb of the city, an area known as the / in the Dutsin-Tashin neighbourhood. It houses a mosque and a church extremely close together. Residents there say that these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshipers were parking. The state governor has appeared on television warning that perpetrators of mayhem would be swiftly dealt with.

Burma's military government says it has begun releasing up to 6,000 prisoners in what it described as a goodwill gesture to enable and to take part in general election scheduled for 2010. The opposition National League for Democracy welcomed the releases but said only about 15% of an estimated 2,000 political prisoners have been included.

The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow in aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two North African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack at an hotel in Marrakesh . A BBC correspondent says despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there is little sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Nigeria.








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Bbc news with Fiona McDonald.

President obama says the american workers will see the benefit of  his tax cuts as soon as apirl, giving the typical family 65 dollars a month more in their pay packets. The president said it was the fastest working tax cut in the american history. In his week address mr obama said he told a physical surmmont on Monday and will release what he described as a superb and honest budget on thirsday, but he also had this worning:

None of this will be easy, the road ahead will be long and full of hazards, but Im confident that we as the people have the strength and wisdom to carry out the strategy and over come this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and stronger forth.

Its being announced the british crime minister gordon brown will hold talks to president obama in washington on the third of march, be him the first european leader to of security meeting with the new president. The white house said the two man will discuss challenges through just the global financial crisis. The economic sumiton in london in apirl under comprehended strategy for . About a 100,000 people in irland of taking to the streets of capital daberlen to protest against the government plans

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of its tax cut as soon as April, giving the typical family 65 dollars a month or more in their P-packets. The president said it was the farthest working tax cut in the American history. In his weekly address, Mr. Obama said he told the physicol summit on Monday and would release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning.

“None of this will be easy. The road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I’m confident that we as a people have the strength and wisdom to carry out this strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country, will be better and stronger forth.

It’s been announced the British Prime Minister Golden Brown will hold talks with President Obama in the Washington on the third of March, became the first European leader to have a security meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men will discuss challenges such as the global financial crisis, the economic summit in London in April and comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.

About hundred thousand people in Ireland have taken to the street to the capital Dublin to protest against the government plans to cut the pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland’s blowing deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.

Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished for the mistakes of the Irish banks.. That’s why the center of Dublin came to stand still this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nurses and teachers demonstrating against proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears today’s protest could eventually lead to strikes, that may or may not happen, but what’s clear is the days of Ireland’s county tiger economy being the envy of Europe re long gone.

Taliban in surgeons fighting the army in Pakistan northwest valley say they will announce in the next few days whether to make their temporary ceasefire a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told the BBC they will fresh review the progress on the implementing showing a law in the district. Earlier Pakistani official says the permanent truce the militants had been agreed. UA Psalm reports from the Islam Baghdad.

Mr. Heye, the head of the local administration in slot said the army will scale back its operations in the valley. Stejaver also requested all local and the migrated agree due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban spokesman said their leader expressed the satisfaction with this agreement, but he spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms to the new sharing regulations by enforced to their satisfaction.

Pakistan’s ambassador to the US deny they will cave in to the Taliban and told the BBC it was a local solution to a local problem. World News from the BBC.

The direction of the Columbia intelligence agency the DAS ,has ordered an investigation into the report said the agency has infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news magazine, rogue agent has been intercepting phone calls to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to  pass information to drug’s gangs. The director Philip Menos said the leading team will try to establish whether there will be a criminal network working against the Columbia national interests.

Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and Mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeast city of Baoji. The security forces now restored the order. Kaolin Defile reports.

Violence erupted in the suburb of the city and an area known as the macme housing estate the neighborhood. It houses the mosque and the Church extremely close together. Residents there say these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshippers were parking. The state government has paid on television warning that perpetrator of mayhem would be swiftly dealt with.

Burma’s military government says it has begun releasing up to 60,000 prisoners what has been described as a goodwill gesture to a neighbor and to take part in the election scheduled in 2010. The opposition national lead for democratic welcomed the release but said only about 16 of an estimated over 2000 political prisoners have been included.

The border between Morocco and Algeria has been open temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two Northern African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco appeased Algeria of organizing an attack untelled in Marle Cash. A BBC correspond says, despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there’s little sign people will be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria.

                                                                                                         

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  BBC News with Fiona McDonald.
  President Obama says American workers will see the benfit of tax cuts as soon as April giving the typical famility 65 dollars a month more in their pay pockets. The President said it was the fastest working times cut American's history. In his weekly address, Obama said he hold fiscal summit on Monday and will release what he described as a * and honesty budget on Thursday. But he adds warning, "None of this will be easy. The road ahead will long and full *, but I'm confident that we as a people have the * and wisdom to carry out this strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and strong for."
  It's been a month of the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will hold talks with President Obama in Washington on the 3rd of March, making the first European leader to have security meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men will discuss chanllenges such as global financial crisis, the economic summit in London and April and comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.
  About 100,000 in Ireland have taken to streets of the Capital Dublin to protest agianst government plans to cut the * public workers. The government says the measures are need to control Ireland's blooming deficits. * reports from Dublin.
  Irish workers are angry. They feel they've been punished with mistakes of Irish funks. That's why the center of Dublin * stamps this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nursers and teachers demonstrating against * cuts. The Irish government fears that today protests could eventually lead to strikes that may or may not happen, but what clear is the day of Ireland's * being the * of Europe has long gone.
  Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan's northwest * say they will announce next few days whether only a temporary ceasefire or a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told BBC they would first review government progress in implenting * a law in the district. Earlier, Pakistani officials said the permanent choice of the militants had been agreed. * reports from Islambad.
  Mr. *, head of local advance * in * said the army would * back its operations in the valley. * also requested all locals who had migranted due to the fighting return home. The Taliban's spoeksman says their leader express the saticifation with the peace agreement, but the spokesman also said that the Taliban will now lay down their army to the new * regulation where enforce to their saticifation.
  Pakistan's ambassador to the US denied that they were * into the Taliban and told the BBC it was local solution to a local problem.
  World News from BBC.
  The director of the Colombian's Intelligent Agency, the *, has ordered an investigation into reports said that the agency is being * by criminal guns. According to a news maganzine, * agents have been intercepting phone calls to generalist, opposition politicans and * to pass information to drug's guns. The Director * said their lead team would try to established whether there was a criminal network working against Colombian's national interests.
  Fours people have killed and many are injuried in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of chruches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeastern city of *. The security forces have now restored order. * reports.
  A violence erupted in suburb of the city in area known as the *, in tersion neighourhood. The houses of mosque and church extremly close together. Residence there say that these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where warships were *. The state government appeared on television warning that * of * will be swiftly dealt with.
  Burma's Military government says it's begun releasing up to 600,000 prisoners in what he described as a good well * to unable * part in general election scheduled for 2010. The opposition national lead for denoracy welcomed the releases, but said only about 15 of an estimated 2,000 political prisoners have been included.
  The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temproarily for the first time since 1994 to allowing aid convey for Gaza to travel *. The two north African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco accusing Algeria of organizing an attack on * in *. The BBC's correspondent says despite the Gaza aid convey concession, there is litter sign that people will be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria.  
       

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of his tax cuts as soon as April,
giving
the typical families 65 dollars a month more in their pay packets. The president said it was the fastest working tax cut in American history. In his weekly address, Mr. Obama said he'd hold a fiscal summit on Monday and would release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning.

"None of this will be easy. The road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I am confident that we as a people had the strength and wisdom to carry out the strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and stronger forward."

It's been announced that the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will hold talks with President Obama in Washington on the third of March, making him the first European leader to have secured
/
meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men will discuss challenges, such as the global financial crisis, the economic summit in London in April and a comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.

About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken to the streets of the capital Dublin to protest against government plans to cut the pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland's ballooning deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.

Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished for the mistakes of the Irish banks. That's why the center of Dublin came to a standstill this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nurses and teachers, demonstrating against proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears that today's protests could eventually lead to strikes. That may or may not happen, but what's clear is that the
days
of Ireland's "Celtic Tiger" economy being the envy of Europe are long gone.

Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley say they will announce in the next few days whether they will make their temporary ceasefire a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told the BBC they would first review government progress on implementing Sharia law in the district. Earlier Pakistani officials said that a permanent truce with militants had been agreed. Shoaib Hasan reports from Islamabad.

Mr. Syed Javed, the head of the local administration in Swat, said that the army would scale back its operations in the valley. Mr. Javed also requested all locals who had migrated due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban's spokesman said their leader expressed the satisfaction with the peace agreement, but the spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms until the new Sharia regulations were enforced to their satisfaction.

Pakistan's ambassador to the US denied they were caving in to the Taliban, and told the BBC it was a local solution to a local problem.

World News from the BBC.

The director of the Colombian intelligence agency, the DAS, has ordered an investigation into reports that the agency has been infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news magazine, rogue agents have been intercepting phone calls to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drugs gangs. The director, Felipe Munoz, said that a leading team would try to establish whether there was a criminal network working against Colombia's national interests.

Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeastern city of Bauchi. The security forces have now restored order. Caroline Duffy reports.

The violence erupted in the suburb of the city, an area known as the / in the Dutsin-Tashin neighbourhood. It houses a mosque and a church extremely close together. Residents there say that these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshipers were parking. The state governor has appeared on television warning that perpetrators of mayhem would be swiftly dealt with.

Burma's military government says it has begun releasing up to 6,000 prisoners in what it described as a goodwill gesture to enable
them to take part in general election scheduled for 2010. The opposition National League for Democracy welcomed the releases but said only about 15
of an estimated 2,000 political prisoners have been included.

The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow in aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two North African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack
on a hotel in Marrakesh . A BBC correspondent says despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there is little sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Nigeria.

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BBC News with Fiona Mcdonald.

1.    President Obama says the wokers in America will receive the benefit with the tax cuts as soon as April,giving the tipical family a 65 dollors a month more in their pay packets.The president said it was the fastest working taxes cut in American history.In this weekend address,Mr Obama said he’d hold a fiscal summit on Monday,and at would release what is distribed as “a sober and honest budget” on Thursday.But he also had this warning:”None of this will be easy,the road ahead will be long and full of hazards,but I’m confident that we as the people have the strengh and wisdom to carry up the stategy and overcome this crisis ,and we do ,our economy and our country ,will be better and stronger forward”

2.    It’s been aunnouced the British Prime Minister Gorden Brown will hold talks will President Obama in Washington on the 3rd of March.Making him the first european leader to have the security meeting will the new president .The White House said the two man will discuss challenges such as globle finicial crisis .The economic summit in London in April,and comprehensive strategy for Afganistan.

3.    About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken to the streets of the capital Dublin to protest against the government plans to cut the pay of pubilic sector workers.The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland’s ballooning deficits.Mark Simpson report from Dublin.

“Irish workers are angry,they feel they’re being  punished for the mistakes of the Irish Banks.That’s why the center of Dublin came to an standstill this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders ,nurses and teachers demonstrate against propose wage cuts.The Irish Government fears that today’s protests could eventually lead to strikes.That may or may not happen ,for what’s  clear is, the day of Ireland’s “Celtic Tiger of economy” been the envy of europe a long gone.

4.    Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan’s northwestern Swat Valley ,said they will annouced in the next few days whether they will make temporary ceasefire of permanent one.A Taliban spokesman told the BBC,they would first review government  progress on implementing Sharia law in the district.Earlier ,Palistani officials said that permanent truce with the militants had been agreed.

Soaib Hasan report from the Islamabad”Mr Syed Javad held the  local administration in Swat said that the army will scale back of the operations in the valley.Mr Javad also requested all local with emigreated due to the fighting to return home.The Taliban spokesman said their leader expressed to satisfation with the peace agreement ,but the spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms to the new Sheria regulations but in forced do their satisfaction.

Pakistan’s ambassador to the US denied they will caving in to the Taliban and told the BBC,it would be a local solution to a local problem.

 

World News from the BBC.

5.    The director of Colombia intelligence agency,the DAS,has ordered an investigation into report said the agency has been infiltrated by the criminal gangs.According to a news magazine ,rogue agent has been intercepting phone call to journalists,oppisition politicians and magistrates to pass information to dugs gangs.The director,Felipe Mugnoz,said that lead a team would try to estabilsh whether there is a criminal network working against Colombia’s national interests.

6.    Four people that been killed and many injured in fighting between christians and muslims in northern Nigeria.A number of churches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes and northeastern city of Bauchi.The secutiry forces are now restored order.

Caroline Duffy reports.”The violence erupted in suburb of the city in an area known as the / in the / neiborhood .The houses of mosque and church extremely closed together.Residents there say that this clash was sparked by a running disagreement over where worshipers were parking .The state govenor has apperced in the television warning that perpetraters of mayhem would be swiftly deal with.

7.    Burma’s military govenments says it has begun releasing about 6,000 prisonners in what described as “good well gesture “to enable and take part into general election schedual for 2010.The opposition Nation Legal for Ddemocracy welcome the releasers but said only about 15 of  estimated 2,000 polital prisonners have been included.

8.    The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow in aid NATO convoy to Gaza to travel through.The two north afrian country shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organized an attack on a hotel in Marrekech .A BBC correspondent says dispite the Gaza aid convoy concession,with litter sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria.

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President Obama said American workers will see the benefit to this tax cut as soon as April ,give typical family $65 a month more in their pay packets. The President said it was fastest working tax cut in America history. In weekly address, Mr. Obama said he’d hold fiscal summit on Monday, and release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning, “None of this will be easy, the road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I am confident the way that people have strength and wisdom to carry out this strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and stronger forward.“ It ‘s been announced the British prime minister Gordon Brown will hold talks to President Obama in Washington on 3rd March, making him the first European leader to security meeting with new president. The Whitehouse said two men will discuss the challenges, such as global financial crisis, economic summit in London on April and comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan. About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken the street of the capital Dublin to protest against government plan to cut pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control the Ireland ballooning deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin. Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished by the mistake of Irish banks. That’s why the centre of Dublin became to the standstill this afternoon with ten of thousand of builders, nurses and teachers demonstrating against the proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears that today’s protest could eventually lead to strikes. That may or may not happen. But what is clear the day of Ireland’s “Celtic Tiger” economy being the envy of European are long gone. Taliban insurgents fight army of Afghanistan northwest of Swat Valley say they will announce in next few days whether they will make temporally ceasefire or a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman talks to the BBC they would first review government progress on implementing Sharia law in this district. Earlier the Pakistan official said a permanent truce with militants has been agreed. Shoaib Hasan reports from Islamabad. Mr. Syed Jav head of the local administration in Swat, said the army would scale back its operation in the valley. Mr. Jav also requested all locals who had migrated due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban spokesman said their leader expressed the satisfaction with the peace agreement. But spokesman also said that Taliban will not lay down their arm until the new Sharia regulations were enforced to their satisfaction. The Pakistan ambassador to US denied they caving in to the Taliban, and told to BBC it was local solution to the local problem. World news from BBC The director of the Columbia Intelligence Agency the DAS has ordered an investigation into reports that the Agency has been Infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news and magazines, rogue agency have been intercept the phone call to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drug gangs. Director Felipe Munoz said the a leading team would try to establish criminal network working against Colombia National interests. Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christian and Muslin in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and mosques were set on fired during the clashes in the northeast of city Bauchi. The security force now restored the order. Caroline Duffy report. The violence erupted in the suburb of city near the area known as Mahmud house state in the Dutsin-Tashin neighbourhood. The houses of mosques and churches extremely close together, residents said these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshiper were parking. The state governor has appeared on Television warning the perpetrators of mayhem would be swiftly dealt with. The Burma military government says they began releasing up to 6000 prisoners, in what it described as a goodwill gesture to enable them to take part in general election scheduled for 2010. The opposition national league for democracy welcomed the releases, said only about 15 of an estimate 2000 political prisoners has been included. The border between Morocco and Algeria has opened temporarily for the first time since 1994, for allow the aid convey for Gaza to travel through. The two northern African countries shut their border crossing after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack on a hotel in Marrakech. A BBC correspondent said despite Gaza aid convey concession, there is little sign that people would be able to travel over land between Morocco and Algeria.

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

 

President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of its tax cut as soon as April, giving the typical family 65 dollars a month or more in their P-packets. The president said it was the farthest working tax cut in the American history. In his weekly address, Mr. Obama said he told the physicol summit on Monday and would release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning. “None of this will be easy. The road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I’m confident that we as a people have the strength and wisdom to carry out this strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country, will be better and stronger forth.

 

It’s been announced the British Prime Minister Golden Brown will hold talks with President Obama in the Washington on the third of March, became the first European leader to have a security meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men will discuss challenges such as the global financial crisis, the economic summit in London in April and comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.

 

About hundred thousand people in Ireland have taken to the street to the capital Dublin to protest against the government plans to cut the pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland’s blowing deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.

Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished for the mistakes of the Irish banks.. That’s why the center of Dublin came to stand still this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nurses and teachers demonstrating against proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears today’s protest could eventually lead to strikes, that may or may not happen, but what’s clear is the days of Ireland’s county tiger economy being the envy of Europe re long gone.

 

Taliban in surgeons fighting the army in Pakistan northwest valley say they will announce in the next few days whether to make their temporary ceasefire a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told the BBC they will fresh review the progress on the implementing showing a law in the district. Earlier Pakistani official says the permanent truce the militants had been agreed. UA Psalm reports from the Islam Baghdad.

Mr. Heye, the head of the local administration in slot said the army will scale back its operations in the valley. Stejaver also requested all local and the migrated agree due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban spokesman said their leader expressed the satisfaction with this agreement, but he spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms to the new sharing regulations by enforced to their satisfaction.

 

Pakistan’s ambassador to the US deny they will cave in to the Taliban and told the BBC it was a local solution to a local problem.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The direction of the Columbia intelligence agency the DAS ,has ordered an investigation into the report said the agency has infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news magazine, rogue agent has been intercepting phone calls to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drug’s gangs. The director Philip Menos said the leading team will try to establish whether there will be a criminal network working against the Columbia national interests.

 

Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and Mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeast city of Baoji. The security forces now restored the order. Kaolin Defile reports. Violence erupted in the suburb of the city and an area known as the macme housing estate the neighborhood. It houses the mosque and the Church extremely close together. Residents there say these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshippers were parking. The state government has paid on television warning that perpetrator of mayhem would be swiftly dealt with.

 

Burma’s military government says it has begun releasing up to 60,000 prisoners what has been described as a goodwill gesture to a neighbor and to take part in the general election scheduled in 2010. The opposition national lead for democratic welcomed the release but said only about 16 of an estimated over 2000 political prisoners have been included. The border between Morocco and Algeria has been open temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two Northern African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco appeased Algeria of organizing an attack untelled in Marle Cash. A BBC correspond says, despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there’s little sign people will be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria.

 

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BBC News with Fiona Mcdonald.

1.    President Obama says Amrican wokers  will see the benefit of the tax cuts as soon as April,giving the typical families a(a 去掉) 65 dollors a month more in their pay packets.The president said it was the fastest working tax cut in American history.In this weekely address,Mr Obama said he’d hold a fiscal summit on Monday,and would release what he distribed as “a sober and honest budget” on Thursday.But he also had this warning:”None of this will be easy,the road ahead will be long and full of hazards,but I’m confident that we as a people have the strengh and wisdom to carry out the stategy and overcome this crisis ,and if we do ,our economy and our country ,will be better and stronger forward”

2.    It’s been aunnouced the British Prime Minister Gorden Brown will hold talks will President Obama in Washington on the 3rd of March, making him the first european leader to have the security meeting will the new president .The White House said the two man will discuss challenges such as globle finicial crisis ,the economic summit in London in April,and comprehensive strategy for Afganistan.

3.    About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken to the streets of the capital Dublin to protest against the government plans to cut the pay of pubilic sector workers.The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland’s ballooning deficits.Mark Simpson report from Dublin.

“Irish workers are angry,they feel they’re being  punished for the mistakes of the Irish Banks.That’s why the center of Dublin came to a standstill this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders ,nurses and teachers,demonstrating against proposed wage cuts.The Irish Government fears that today’s protests could eventually lead to strikes.That may or may not happen ,for what’s  clear is, the day of Ireland’s “Celtic Tiger of economy” being the envy of europe are long gone.

4.    Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan’s northwestern Swat Valley ,say they will announce in the next few days whether they will make temporary ceasefire a permanent one.A Taliban spokesman told the BBC,they would first review government  progress on implementing Sharia law in the district.Earlier ,Palistani officials said that permanent truce with the militants had been agreed.

Soaib Hasan report from the Islamabad”Mr Syed Javad, head of  the  local administration in Swat said that the army would scale back of the operations in the valley.Mr Javad also requested all local with migreated due to the fighting to return home.The Taliban spokesman said their leader expressed to satisfation with the peace agreement ,but the spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms to the new Sheria regulations but in forced do their satisfaction.

Pakistan’s ambassador to the US denied they will caving in to the Taliban and told the BBC,it was a local solution to a local problem.

 

World News from the BBC.

5.    The director of the Colombia intelligence agency,the DAS,has ordered an investigation into report said the agency has been infiltrated by the criminal gangs.According to a news magazine ,rogue agent has been intercepting phone calls to journalists,opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drugs gangs.The director,Felipe Mugnoz,said that a lead team would try to estabilsh whether there is a criminal network working against Colombia’s national interests.

6.    Four people that has been killed and many injured in fighting between christians and muslims in northern Nigeria.A number of churches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes and northeastern city of Bauchi.The secutiry forces are now restored order.

Caroline Duffy reports.”The violence erupted in suburb of the city in an area known as the / in the / neiborhood .The houses of mosque and church extremely closed together.Residents there say that this clash was sparked by a running disagreement over where worshipers were parking .The state govenor has apperced in the television warning that perpetraters of mayhem would be swiftly deal with.

7.    Burma’s military govenments says it has begun releasing about 6,000 prisonners in what described as “good well gesture “to enable and take part into general election schedual for 2010.The opposition Nation Legal for Ddemocracy welcome the releasers but said only about 15 of  estimated 2,000 polital prisonners have been included.

8.    The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow in aid NATO convoy to Gaza to travel through.The two north afrian country shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack on a hotel in Marrekech .A BBC correspondent says dispite the Gaza aid convoy concession,with litter sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria.

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The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow an aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two North African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack on a hotel in Marrakesh. A BBC correspondent says despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there is little sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria . [ 本帖最后由 lurker2006 于 2009-2-23 00:18 编辑 ]
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.


President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of his tax cuts as soon as April, given the typical family's 65 dollars a month more in their pay packets. The president said it was the fastest working tax cut in American history. In his weekly address, Mr. Obama said he'd hold a fiscal summit on Monday and would release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning.


"None of this will be easy. The road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I am confident that we, as a people, have the strength and wisdom to carry out the strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and stronger for it."


It's been announced that the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will hold talks with President Obama in Washington on the third of March, making him the first European leader to have secured a meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men would discuss challenges, such as the global financial crisis, the economic summit in London in April and a comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.


About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken to the streets of the capital Dublin to protest against government plans to cut the pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland's ballooning deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.


Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished for the mistakes of the Irish banks. That's why the center of Dublin came to a standstill this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nurses and teachers, demonstrating against proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears that today's protests could eventually lead to strikes. That may or may not happen, but what's clear is that the days of Ireland's "Celtic Tiger" economy being the envy of Europe are long gone.


Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley say they will announce in the next few days whether they will make their temporary ceasefire a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told the BBC they would first review government progress on implementing Sharia law in the district. Earlier Pakistani officials said that a permanent truce with militants had been agreed. Shoaib Hasan reports from Islamabad.


Mr. Syed Javed, /the/ head of the local administration in Swat, said that the army would scale back its operations in the valley. Mr. Javed also requested all locals who had migrated due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban's spokesman said their leader expressed  satisfaction with the peace agreement, but the spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms until the new Sharia regulations were enforced to their satisfaction.


Pakistan's ambassador to the US denied they were caving in to the Taliban, and told the BBC it was a local solution to a local problem.


World News from the BBC.


The director of the Colombian intelligence agency, the DAS, has ordered an investigation into reports that the agency has been infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news magazine, rogue agents have been intercepting phone calls to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drugs gangs. The director, Felipe Munoz, said that a leading team would try to establish whether there was a criminal network working against Colombia's national interests.


Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeastern city of Bauchi. The security forces have now restored order. Caroline Duffy reports.


The violence erupted in the suburb of the city, an area known as the Makama housing estate in the Dutsin-Tashin neighbourhood. It houses a mosque and a church extremely close together. Residents there say that these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshipers were parking. The state governor has appeared on television warning that perpetrators of this mayhem would be swiftly dealt with.


Burma's military government says it has begun releasing up to 6,000 prisoners in what it described as a goodwill gesture to enable them to take part in general election scheduled for 2010. The opposition National League for Democracy welcomed the releases but said only about 15 of an estimated 2,000 political prisoners have been included.


The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow in an aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two North African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack on a hotel in Marrakesh. A BBC correspondent says despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there is little sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria.

 

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原帖由 brightu 于 2009-2-22 11:21 发表 homeworkBBC News with Fiona McDonald.President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of his tax cuts as soon as April, given the typical families 65 dollars a month more in their pay packet ...

BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

President Obama says American workers will see the benefit of his tax cuts as soon as April, given the typical families 65 dollars a month more in their pay packets. The president said it was the fastest working tax cut in American history. In his weekly address, Mr. Obama said he'd hold a fiscal summit on Monday and would release what he described as a sober and honest budget on Thursday. But he also had this warning.

"None of this will be easy. The road ahead will be long and full of hazards. But I am confident that we as a people had the strength and wisdom to carry out the strategy and overcome this crisis. And if we do, our economy and our country will be better and stronger forward."

It's been announced that the British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will hold talks with President Obama in Washington on the third of March, making him the first European leader to have secured the meeting with the new president. The White House said the two men will discuss challenges, such as the global financial crisis, the economic summit in London in April and a comprehensive strategy for Afghanistan.

About 100,000 people in Ireland have taken to the streets of the capital Dublin to protest against government plans to cut the pay of public sector workers. The government says the measures are needed to control Ireland's ballooning deficits. Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.

Irish workers are angry. They feel they are being punished for the mistakes of the Irish banks. That's why the center of Dublin came to a standstill this afternoon with tens of thousands of builders, nurses and teachers, demonstrating against proposed wage cuts. The Irish government fears that today's protests could eventually lead to strikes. That may or may not happen, but what's clear is that the day's of Ireland's "Celtic Tiger" economy being the envy of Europe are long gone.

Taliban insurgents fighting the army in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley say they will announce in the next few days whether they will make their temporary ceasefire a permanent one. A Taliban spokesman told the BBC they would first review government progress on implementing Sharia law in the district. Earlier Pakistani officials said that a permanent truce with militants had been agreed. Shoaib Hasan reports from Islamabad.

Mr. Syed Javed, the head of the local administration in Swat, said that the army would scale back its operations in the valley. Mr. Javed also requested all locals who had migrated due to the fighting to return home. The Taliban's spokesman said their leader expressed the satisfaction with the peace agreement, but the spokesman also said that the Taliban would not lay down their arms until the new Sharia regulations were enforced to their satisfaction.

Pakistan's ambassador to the US denied they were caving in to the Taliban, and told the BBC it was a local solution to a local problem.

World News from the BBC.

The director of the Colombian intelligence agency, the DAS, has ordered an investigation into reports that the agency has been infiltrated by criminal gangs. According to a news magazine, rogue agents have been intercepting phone calls to journalists, opposition politicians and magistrates to pass information to drugs gangs. The director, Felipe Munoz, said that a leading team would try to establish whether there was a criminal network working against Colombia's national interests.

Four people have been killed and many injured in fighting between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria. A number of churches and mosques were set on fire during the clashes in the northeastern city of Bauchi. The security forces have now restored order. Caroline Duffy reports.

The violence erupted in the suburb of the city, an area known as the / in the Dutsin-Tashin neighbourhood. It houses a mosque and a church extremely close together. Residents there say that these clashes were sparked by a running disagreement over where worshipers were parking. The state governor has appeared on television warning that perpetrators of mayhem would be swiftly dealt with.

Burma's military government says it has begun releasing up to 6,000 prisoners in what it described as a goodwill gesture to enable and to take part in general election scheduled for 2010. The opposition National League for Democracy welcomed the releases but said only about 15% of an estimated 2,000 political prisoners have been included.

The border between Morocco and Algeria has been opened temporarily for the first time since 1994 to allow in aid convoy for Gaza to travel through. The two North African countries shut their border crossings after Morocco accused Algeria of organizing an attack at an hotel in Marrakesh . A BBC correspondent says despite the Gaza aid convoy concession, there is little sign people would be able to travel overland between Morocco and Algeria.

 

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