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As world leaders discuss the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstrators fought the police. The centre of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set alight.

 

As you can see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of the City of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottles and rocks to the police. The police are returning fire with teargas and also firing a number of plastic grounds.

 

The security operation has caused more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students blocked the main tram line to the summit to make their points.

 

"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia and African countries we, uh, so, uh, we bring with peaceful here but the NATO brings war, exports war all over the world."

 

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in France by President Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whose histories are in twining conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance.

 

The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised stump up a further five thousand troops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.

 

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one thousand soldiers. He says stability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.

 

"The Afghan government, in return for NATO's support, must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drug * which not only disrupts our communities in Britain, but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism."

 

Hamid Karzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leader will repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had also threatens to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

 

"The minister of justice will study the whole law, every item of it, very, very carefully. If there is anything that's of concern to us, then we will definitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You be sure of that. This is something that we are also serious about and we should not allow."

 

A new NATO Secretary General, too. The Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up the post later this year.

 

The NATO Alliance has managed to show some unity, but as demonstrators clash with the police, there’s still questions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.

 

Alex Rossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.

 

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As world leaders discuss the conflict in Afghanistan,demonstrators fought the police.The center of Strasbourg is a fortress but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set a light.

 

As you can see,several hundred protestors have gathered here on the outskirts of the city of Strasbourg.The demonstration has turned pretty ugly.These protestors are throwing bottles and rocks at the police,the police returning fire with tear gas and also firing a numbers of plastic rams.The security force has cost more than 100 million pounds,some of the demonstrations have been peaceful.This group of students blocked the main tramline to the summit to make their points.

 

Maybe it's peaceful here,but we bring war all over the world.So we bring war to Iraq,Afghanistan,Yugoslavia and African countries.We,so,we bring with peaceful here but NATO brings war,exports war all over the world.

 

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitch battles.The German chacellor Angla Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine.They were greeted in France by President Nicolas Sarkozy.Two nations whose histories are intertwined in conflict now united to a 60-year-old alliance.


The mission in Afghanistan is lossing its way in the face of the determined Taliban insurgency.Europe has promised to stand up for further 5000 troops,but the extra contingence will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.


Prime minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional 1000 soldiers.He says the ability in Afghan is vital for European security.


The Afghan government in return for NATO's support must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drug's trade which not only disrupts our communities in Britain but also increasingly fastens insurgency and terrorism.


Hamid Karzai also came under pressure,Mr Brown says,after he has words"The Afghan leader will not repeal Taliban start legislation against women.Italy has also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.


The minister of justice will study the whole law,every item of it,very very carefully.If there is anything that is of concern to us,there will differently take action and sent back to the parliament,you'll be assured of that.This is something that we are also serious about and we should not allow.


A new NATO secretary general too the Denish prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up post later this year.The NATO alliance has managed to show some unity but it's demonstrators' clash with the police that are still questions about what road NATO will have as it enters its seventh decade.


Alex R,Sky news,Strasbourg.

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As world leaders discuss the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstrators fought the police. The centre of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set alight.

 

As you can see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of the City of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottles and rocks to the police. The police are returning fire with teargas and also firing a number of plastic grants.

 

The security operation has caused more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students blocked the main tram line to the summit to make their points.

 

"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, uh, in African countries, we, uh, so, uh, we bring with peaceful here but the NATO brings war, exports war all over the world."

 

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in France by President Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whose histories are in twining conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance.

 

The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousand troops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.

 

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one thousand soldiers. He says stability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.

 

"The Afghan government, in return for NATO's support, must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts our communities in Britain, but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism."

 

Hamid Karzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

 

"The minister of justice will study the whole law, every item of it, very, very carefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we will definitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You be assured of that. This is something that we are also serious abandoned and we should not allow."

 

A new NATO Secretary General, too, the Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up the post later this year.

 

The NATO Alliance has managed to show some unity, but as demonstrators clash with the police, there’s still questions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.

 

Alex Rossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.



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As world leaders discuss the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstrators fought the police. The centre of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set alight.

 

As you can see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of the City of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottles and rocks to the police. The police are returning fire with teargas and also firing a number of plastic rounds.

 

The security operation has caused more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students blocked the main tram line to the summit to make their points.

 

"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, uh, in African countries, we, uh, so, uh, we bring with peaceful here but the NATO brings war, exports war all over the world."

 

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in France by President Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whose histories are intwined in conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance.

 

The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousand troops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.

 

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one thousand soldiers. He says stability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.

 

"The Afghan government, in return for NATO's support, must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts our communities in Britain, but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism."

 

Hamid Karzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

 

"The minister of justice will study the whole law, every item of it, very, very carefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we will definitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You be assured of that. This is something that we are also serious about and we should not allow."

 

A new NATO Secretary General, too, the Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up the post later this year.

 

The NATO Alliance has managed to show some unity, but as demonstrators clash with the police, there’s still questions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.

 

Alex Rossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.

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As world leaders discuss the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstrators fought the police. The centre of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set alight.

 

As you can see, several hundred protestors have gathered here on the outskirts of the City of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protestors are throwing bottles and rocks to the police. The police are returning fire with teargas and also firing a number of plastic rounds.

 

The security operation has caused more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students blocked the main chain line to the summit to make their points.

 

"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, uh, in African countries, we, uh, so, uh, we bring with peaceful here but the NATO brings war, exports war all over the world."

 

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in France by President Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whose histories are entwined in conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance.

 

The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousand troops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.

 

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one thousand soldiers. He says stability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.

 

"The Afghan government, in return for NATO's support, must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts our communities in Britain, but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism."

 

Hamid Karzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

 

"The minister of justice will study the whole law, every item of it, very, very carefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we will definitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You will be assured of that. This is something that we are also serious about and we should not allow."

 

A new NATO Secretary General, too, the Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up the post later this year.

 

The NATO Alliance has managed to show some unity, but as demonstrators clash with the police, there’s still questions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.

 

Alex Rossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.
 

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As world leaders discuss the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstrators fought the police. The center of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set alights.

 

As you can see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of the city of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottles and rocks to the police. The police are returning fire with clear gas and also firing a numbre of plastic grounds.

 

The security operation has cost more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students block the main chain line to the summit to make their points.

 

"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring a war all over the world. We bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, uh, in African countries, we bring, it's peaceful here, but NATO brings war, exports war all over the world. "

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. But German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in France by Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whose histories are entwined in conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance. The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousand troops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.

 

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one thousand soldiers. He says stability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.

 

"The Afghan government, in return for NATO's support must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts our communities in Britain, but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism. "

 

Hamid Karzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

 

"The Minister of Justice will study the whole law, every item of it very very carefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we will definitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You will be assured of that, this is something that we are also serious about and we should not allow. "

 

A new NATO Secretary General, too. The Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up the post later this year. The NATO Alliance has managed to show some unity. But as demonstrators clash with the police, there are still questions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.

 

Alex Rossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.
 

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那个肯定是plastic rounds。因为以前人们用左轮枪,a round就是指“一轮左轮枪的子弹”,现在rounds衍生成任何枪的弹药,可以翻译成“很多发的子弹”。
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As world leaders discussed the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstrators fought the police. The center of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set alights.

 

As you can see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of the city of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottles and rocks at the police. The police are returning fire with clear gas and also firing a numbre of plastic rounds.

 

The security operation has cost more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students block the main tram-line to the summit to make their points.

 

[tram-line
n.Chiefly British   
A streetcar line. ]

 

"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring a war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, uh, in African countries, we bring, it's peaceful here, but NATO brings war, exports war all over the world. "

 

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. But German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in France by Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whose histories are entwined in conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance. The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousand troops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.

 

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one-thousand soldiers. He says stability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.

 

"The Afghan government, in return for NATO's support must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts our communities in Britain, but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism. "

 

Hamid Karzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

 

"The Minister of Justice will study the whole law, every item of it very very carefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we will definitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You will be assured of that, this is something that we are also serious about and we should not allow. "

 

A new NATO Secretary General, too. The Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up the post later this year. The NATO Alliance has managed to show some unity. But as demonstrators clash with the police, there are still questions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.

 

Alex Rossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.

 

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As world leaders discussed conflicts in Afghanistan, demonstrators are for the police. The central of but it didn’t stop from being smashed and safelights. As you can see, several protests had gathered here in the outskirts of the city of Strasburg. The demonstration has turned to be pretty ugly. The protests are throwing bottles and rocks to the police. The police are returning fire with tear gas and The secure operation has cost more than a hundred of million pounds. Some of the demonstration has been peaceful. This group of students’ demonstration has blocked the tunnel to Summit which makes theirs the point. Maybe it’s peaceful here but NATO brings war all over the world, exporting war to Afghanistan, war to Iraq, to Salvia. In African countries, we, so, with peaceful here, NATO brings war, exports war all over the world. Members of the alliances will catch well away from the peach battles. The German chancellor led a symbolic crossing of rhyme. (?) they will be approved by French president—two nations whose history are in twining conflicts now united to a six old year alliance. The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way, facing the determined Taliban surgeons. Europe has promised to stump another five thousand but the extra contagion would only on duty to provide security insurances for the becoming Afghan election. Prime Minister Golden Brown has pledged an additional one thousand soldiers. He says the ability in Afghanistan is vital for European security. The Afghan government, in return to NATO, must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and on tackling drug addicts/smuggling (guess), which not only distracts our communities in Briton but also increasingly funds in surgence and terrorism. Name also came on pressure, Mr. Brown says after he had words. The Afghan leader will now repeal Taliban start legislation against women. Italy also threatens to withdraw female soldiers from the font line. The Minister of Justice will study the whole law, every item of it, very, very carefully. …周围环境乱糟糟,听不下去了。
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As world leaders discussed the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstrators fought the police. The center of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stop property from being smashed and set alights.

 

As you can see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of the city of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottles and rocks at the police. The police are returning fire with tear gas and also firing a numbre of plastic rounds.

 

The security operation has cost more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students block the main tram-line to the summit to make their points.

 

[tram-line
n.Chiefly British   
A streetcar line. ]

 

"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring a war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, uh, in African countries, we bring, it's peaceful here, but NATO brings war, exports war all over the world. "

 

Members of the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. But German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symbolic crossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in France by Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whose histories are entwined in conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance. The mission in Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousand troops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections.

 

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one-thousand soldiers. He says stability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.

 

"The Afghan government, in return for NATO's support must step up its efforts on tackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts our communities in Britain, but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism. "

 

Hamid Karzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

 

"The Minister of Justice will study the whole law, every item of it very very carefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we will definitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You will be assured of that, this is something that we are also serious about and we should not allow. "

 

A new NATO Secretary General, too. The Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen will take up the post later this year. The NATO Alliance has managed to show some unity. But as demonstrators clash with the police, there are still questions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.

 

Alex Rossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.

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Asworld leaders discussed theconflict in Afghanistan,demonstrators fought the police. The center of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stopproperty from being smashed and set alight/s.


听读音来说有这个s音,但是set alight 作为一个词组,alight作形容词用。


As youcan see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of thecity of Strasbourg.The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottlesand rocks at the police. Thepolice are returning fire with tear gas and also firing a number of plastic rounds.


Thesecurity operation has cost more than a hundred million pounds. Some of thedemonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students block the main tramline
to the summit to make their points.


[tram-line

n.Chiefly British   

A streetcar line. ]

"Maybeit's peaceful here, but we bring a war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan,Yugoslavia,uh, in African countries, we, so we bring, it'speaceful here, but NATO brings war, exports war all over the world. "

Membersof the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symboliccrossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in Franceby President Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whosehistories are entwined in conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance.The mission in Afghanistanis losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousandtroops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security forthe upcoming Afghan elections.


PrimeMinister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one-thousand soldiers. He saysstability in Afghanistanis vital for European security.


"TheAfghan government, in return for NATO's support must step up its efforts ontackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts ourcommunities in Britain,but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism."


HamidKarzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghanleader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had alsothreatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.


"TheMinister of Justice will study the whole law, every item of it very verycarefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we willdefinitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You will be assuredof that, this is something that we are also serious about and we should notallow. "


A newNATO Secretary General, too. The Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussenwill take up the post later this year. The NATO Alliance has managed to showsome unity. But as demonstrators clash with the police, there are stillquestions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decades.


AlexRossi, Sky News, Strasbourg.

本帖最后由 ellensweetheart 于 2009-4-25 16:21 编辑

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As world leaders discuss the conflict in Afghanistan, demonstratives for the police. The center of Strasbourg fortunes but it didn't stop property from being smashed, and set alight.



As you can see, several hundreds protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of the city of Strasbourg. The demonstration has turned pretty ugly, these protesters are throwing bottles and rocks at the police. The police were returning fire wind tear gas and also fire a number of plastic gounds.



The security operation has cost more than a hundred million pounds. Some of the demonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students blocked the main chime line to the summit to make their points.



"Maybe it's peaceful here, but we bring war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan, to Chuslavia, in African countries. We, so... it's peaceful here, NATO brings war, exports war all over the world."



Members of the aligned were kept way away from the peach battles. The German Chancellor, Anglor Metal let a symbolic crossing of the ryan. They were greeted in France by president Nikonix Sacoxi. Two nations whose histories are in twine and conflict now united to a six-year-old alliance.



The mission is Afghanistan is losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousand troops. But the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security for the upcoming Afghan elections. Prime minister Goden Brown has pledged an additional one thousand soldiers. He says the ability in Afghanistan is vital for European security.



"The Afghan government, in return for NATO support, must step up its efforts on tackling eruption. And tackling the drugs trade which not only destruct our communities in Britain, but also increasing funds insurgency and terrorism."



Hamei Kazy also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghan leaders will now repeal Taliban start legislation against women. Italy also threatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.



"The minister of Justice would study the whole law, every item of it, very very carefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, we will indifferently take action and send it back to the parliament, you'll be sure of that. This is something that will also serious item we should not allow."



A new NATO secretary general, too. The Danish prime minister F Brasmosy would take up the post later this year. The NATO Align has managed to show some unity. But it's demonstratives clash with the police, there is still question about what role NATO would have as it enters its seventh decades.



Alistrosy, Sky news, Strasbourg.

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本帖最后由 sparklark 于 2009-4-28 14:02 编辑

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Asworld leaders discussed theconflict in Afghanistan,demonstrators fought the police. The center of Strasbourg is a fortress, but it didn't stopproperty from being smashed and set alight/s.
(他发音的习惯问题,实际没有s)

As youcan see, several hundred protesters have gathered here on the outskirts of thecity of Strasbourg.The demonstration has turned pretty ugly. These protesters are throwing bottlesand rocks at the police. Thepolice are returning fire with tear gas and also firing a number of plastic rounds.

Thesecurity operation has cost more than a hundred million pounds. Some of thedemonstrations have been peaceful. This group of students block the main tramline
to the summit to make their points.

"Maybeit's peaceful here, but we bring a war all over the world. So we bring war to Iraq, Afghanistan,Yugoslavia,uh, in African countries, we, so we bring, it'speaceful here, but NATO brings war, exports war all over the world. "

Membersof the alliance were kept well away from the pitched battles. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a symboliccrossing of the Rhine. They were greeted in Franceby President Nicolas Sarkozy. Two nations whosehistories are entwined in conflict, now united through a 60-year-old alliance.The mission in Afghanistanis losing its way in the face of a determined Taliban insurgency. Europe has promised to stump up a further five thousandtroops, but the extra contingent will only be on duty to provide security forthe upcoming Afghan elections.

PrimeMinister Gordon Brown has pledged an additional one-thousand soldiers. He saysstability in Afghanistanis vital for European security.
"TheAfghan government, in return for NATO's support must step up its efforts ontackling corruption and tackling the drugs trade which not only disrupts ourcommunities in Britain,but also increasingly funds insurgency and terrorism."
HamidKarzai also came under pressure. Mr. Brown says after he had words, the Afghanleader will now repeal Taliban-style legislation against women. Italy had alsothreatened to withdraw its female soldiers from the country.

"TheMinister of Justice will study the whole law, every item of it very verycarefully. If there is anything that is of concern to us, then we willdefinitely take action and send it back to the Parliament. You will be assuredof that, this is something that we are also serious about and we should notallow. "
A newNATO Secretary General, too. The Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussenwill take up the post later this year. The NATO Alliance has managed to showsome unity. But as demonstrators clash with the police, there are stillquestions about what role NATO will have as it enters its seventh decade.
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