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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Liu Xiaobo, is a fifty-four-year-old dissident and writer jailed in China. He was detained at the end of 2008 , before the release of a political reform document he helped organize. "Charter 08" calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression and religion. Last December he was sentenced to eleven years in prison for inciting subversion.

China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm relations between China and Norway.

But the Norwegian Nobel Committee said there is a "close connection between human rights and peace." Torbjorn Jaglund is the committee chairman.

"China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as in political terms. And it is normal that big powers should be under criticism."

Writer Mario Vargas Llosa from Peru won this year's prize in literature. He has written more than thirty novels, plays and essays, including "The Feast of the Goat" and "Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter." He lives part-time in Spain. And he is politically active, he was a presidential candidate in Peru in 1990.

Mario Vargas Llosa is the first Nobel winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Octavio Paz in 1990.

There are three chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, Ei-ichi Negishi of Purdue University in the United States and Akira Suzuki of Hokkaido University. The third is American Richard Heck from the University of Delaware.

They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.

The three winners chosen by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award of one and a half million dollars in December.

This year's prize in physics goes to Russian-born Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon called graphene. It started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphite, the same material found in pencils. That was only six years ago.

Graphene is just one atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses, from electronics to aircraft.

The prize in medicine goes to Britain's Robert Edwards for the development of in-vitro fertilization. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the womb.

This process has led to the birth of four million people since the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in nineteen seventy-eight. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed.

The eighty-five-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Mario Ritter.
This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Liu Xiaobo, is a 54-year-old dissident and writer jailed in China. He was detained at the end of 2008, before the release of a political reform document he helped organize.

Charter 08 calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression and religion. Last December he was sentenced to 11 years in prison for inciting subversion.

China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the propose of the Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm relations between China and Norway.

But the Norwegian Nobel Committee said there is a close connection between human right and peace. T.J. is the committee chairman.

China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as in political terms and it is normal that big powers should be under criticism.

He has written more than 30 novels, plays and essays including The Fist of The Goat and Aunt Julia and Scriptwriter. He lives part-time in Spain and he is politically active. He was a presidential candidate in Peru in 1990.

Mario V. is the first Nobel Winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer O.B. in 1990.

There are 3 chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, A.J. of P. University in the United States, and K.Suzuki of Hokkaido University. The 3rd is an American Richard Heck from the University of Delaware.

They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.

The 3 winners chosen by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award of one and a half million dollars in December.

This year's prize in physics goes to Russian-born A. and Constantin Novosalov both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon called graphene. It started with a simple experiment using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphied the same material found in pencils. That was only 6 years ago.

Graphene is just one atom thick. Thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses from electronics to aircraft.

The Prize Medicine goes to Britain's Robert Adwats for the development of in-vitro fertilization. With IVF eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory, and then placed into the womb.

This process has led to the births of 4 million people since the first test-tube baby, Luis Brown in 1978. The Catholic church opposes IVF in part because unused eggs are often destroyed. The 85-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon P.S. who died in 1988. Nobel winners must be living.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Mario Ritter.
                                                   
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This year’s winner of the Nobel Peace Prize Liu Xiaobo is a fifty-four-year-old dicidension and writer jailed in China, he was detained at the end of 2008 before the release of a political reform document he helped organized. Charpter 08 calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression, and religion. Last December, he was sentenced to eleven years in prison for inciting subversion. China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm relations between China and Norway. But the Norway Nobel Committee said there is a closed connection between human rights and peace. ~~~ is the committee chairman. “China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as in political terms. And it is normal that big powers should be under criticisms.” Writer ~~~from Peru won this year’s prize for literature. He has written more than 30 novels, plays and essays including the face of the goat and aunt Julia and the scriptwriter. He lives part time in Spain, and he is politically active. He was a presidential candidate in Peru in 1990. Mario~~~~ is the first Nobel winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer~~in 1990. There are three chemistry prize’s winners this year. Two are Japanese, ~~~ of Purdue University in the United States, and ~~~ Suzuki of ~~University. The third is American Richard~~ from the University of~~~. They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics. The three winners chosen by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award one and half million dollars in December. This year’s prize in physics goes to Russian born~~and~~~both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiments with form of carbon cold graphing. It started with a simple experiment using sticky tape to take up pieces of graphite, the same materials found in pencils. That was only six years ago, graphing is just one atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for size. And electricity can pass through it quickly. With much loss of energy, there could be many uses from electronics to aircraft. The prize in medicine goes to Britain’s Robert Edward, for the development of ~~~~. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the ~~. This process has led to the birth of 4 million people since the first test tube baby Louis Brown in 1978. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed. The 85-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon ~~, who died in 1988. Nobel winners must be living.
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This is In the News in VOA special English.This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Liu Xiaobo,is a fifty-four years old dissident and writer pailed in China.He was detained at the end of 2008 before the release of a political reform document he helped organize.Charter of eight calls for great freedom of assembly, expression and religion.Last December,he was sentenced to eleven years in prison for inciting subversion.
China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize.It says the  award could harm relations between China and Norway.But the Norwegian Nobel committee said that there was a close connection between human rights and peace.Torbly Yugland is the committee chairman."China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as in political terms.And it is normal that big powers should be under criticism."
Writer Mario Vargas User from Peru won this year Prize in literature.He has written more than thirty norvels,plays and essays,including The Feast Of The Ghost and At Julia and Scripwriter.He lives part-time in Spain and he is politically active.He was a presidential candidate in Peru in 1990.Mario Vargas User is the first Nobel winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Ocdubil Pas in 1990.
There three chemistry prize winners thia year.Two are Japanese,A.of Produce University in the United States and E.of Hokkaido University is American   Ahead  from University of D.They develop a process that simplify carbon items are stop together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics. The three winners show the role swidith academy of sciences will share the world one and a half million dollars in December.
This year's prize in physics goes to Russian born___and ____, both from Manchester Univ. in Britain. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon called Graphing. It's started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphite material founding pencils. That was only 6 years ago,.
Graphen is just one item sick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses from electronics to air craft. The prison medicine goes to Briton’s Robbot Edwoods for the development of the Invacho federlerzation.
With IVF eggs are removed from a women fertilizer in a laboratory and then placed in the worm. This process had lead to birth of four million people since the first test baby Louis Brown in nineteen seventy eight.
The catholic church poses IVF in part because unused eggs are often destroyed. The eighty five years old scientist developed it with British surgeon partrics steptone who died in nineteen ninety eight. Nobel winners must be living.
And that’s in the news in VOA Special English. I’m Mario Ritter.
This is in the news in VOA special English. This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Price, Liu Xiaobo, is a 55 year old dissident and writer, jailed in China. He was detained at the end of 2008 before the release of a political reform document he helped organized. Chapter 08 calls for greater freedom and assembly, expression and religion. Last December he was sentenced to 11 years in prison for ?inciiting subversion? China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal, and what he has done, against the purposes of Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm the relations between China and Norway. But the Norwegian Nobel committee said there is a close connection between human rights and peace. Tolbian Yagolend is the committee chairman.
"China has become a power in economical terms as well as in political terms. And this is normal that big powers should be under criticism.

Writer Mario Vargos Yosa from Peru won this year's Prize Literature. He has written more than 30 novels, prays and essays, including the "face of the goat", and "Angulia and the scrip writer". He lives part time in Spain, and he is political active. He was a presidential candidate in Peru in 1990. Mario Vargos Yosa is the first Nobel winner in Literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Aukdarbuio Pars in 1990.

There are 3 Chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese. Agi Madishi of Pudu University in the US, and Kera Susuki of Hokaido University. The third is an American, Richard Hack, from the University of Delaware. They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stacked together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from drugs to electronics. The 3 winners chosen by the Loyal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award of 1.5 million dollars in December.

This year's prize in Physics goes to Russian born Andrey Gaing and Constantint Noversailov, both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiment with a form of carbon called Graphin. It started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphite, the same material found in pencils. That was only 6 years ago. Graphin is just one atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass thru it without much loss of enery. There could be many uses from electronics to annacraft.

The prize of Medicine goes to Britain's Robert Edwards for the developments of in vi trou photolization. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory, and then places into the woon. This process has led to the birth of 4 million people since the first test tube baby, Louis Brown,  in 1978. The Catholic Church opposes IVF in part because unused eggs are often destroyed. The 85 year old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in 1988. Nobel winners must be living.

And that's in the news in VOA Special English.
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This year’s winner of the Nobel Peace Price Liuxiaobo is a 54 –year old decedent and writer jailed in China.He was detained at the end of 2008 because of release of the political reform documents he had organized. Charter O8 calls for greater freedom of resemmly,  expression and religion.Last December, he was sentenced to a 11 years prision for assighting the surversion. China says Liuxiaobo is a criminal and that what he does goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Price.It says the award will harm the relations between China and Norvey.But the Nobel Committee says that there is a close connection between human rights and peace.T is the Committee Chairman , ” China has become a very big power in political terms as well as in economical terms and it is normal that big problems should be criticised”.
Writer Mario V L from Peru won this year's prize in literature. He has written more than 30 novels, plays and essays, including "The Feast of the Goat" and "Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter." He lives part-time in Spain. And he is politically active, he was a presidential candidate in Peru in nineteen ninety.Mario Vargas Llosa is the first Nobel winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Octavio P in 1990.
There are three chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, E of Purdue University in the United States and A S of Hokkaido University. The third is American Richard Heck from the University of Delaware.They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.The three winners chosen by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award of 1.5 million dollars in December.
This year's prize in physics goes to Russian-born A and K, both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon called graphey. It started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphite, the same material found in pencils. That was only 6 years ago.Graph is just one atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses, from electronics to aircraft.
The prize in medicine goes to Britain's Robert Edwards for the development of in vitual fertilization. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the woom.
This process has led to the birth of four million people since the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in nineteen seventy-eight. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed.The eighty-five-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.
And that's in the noons in VOA Special English. I'm Mario R.
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This is in the news in VOA special English.
This year’s winner of the Nobel Peace prize, Liu Xiaobo, is a fifty-four year old dissident and writer, jailed in China. He was detained at the end of 2008 before the release of a political reform document he helped organized. “Charter 08” calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression, and religion. Last December, he was sentenced to 11 years in prison for inciting subversion. China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace prize. It says the award could harm the relations between China and Norway. But the Norwegian Nobel Committee said there is a close connection human rights and peace. Torbion Yagulend is the committee chairman.
“China has become a big power in economic terms as well as in fanatical terms and it is normal that big power should be under criticism.”
Writer Mario Vargas Yosa from Peru won this year’s prize on literature. He has written more than thirty novels, plays, and assays including “The Feast of the Goat" and "Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter." He lives part time in Spain, and he is politically active. He was a presidential candidate in Peru in 1990. Mario Vargas Yosa is the first Nobel winner in the literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Ocduviu Paz in nineteen ninety.
There are three chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, Ei-ichi Negishi of Purdue University in the United States, and Akira Suzuki of Hokaido University. The third is an American Richard Hack from the University of Delaware.
They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.
The three winners chosen by the royal Swedish academy of sciences will share the award of one and a half million dollars in December.
This year’s prize in physics goes to Russian-born Andre Gain and Costanteen Novoselov, both from Manchester University of Britain. They won for their experiments with the form of carbon called graphing. It started with a simple experiment using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphite, the same material found in pencils. That was only six years ago.
Graphing is just one-atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses, from electronics to aircraft.
The prize in medicine goes to Britain's Robert Edwards for the development of in-vitro fertilization. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the womb.
This process has led to the birth of four million people since the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in nineteen seventy-eights. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed.
The eighty-five-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.
And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Mario Ritter.
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The Word of the Day for September 26th is phatic, spelled P-H-A-T-I-C.

Phatic is an adjective that means of, relating to, or being speech used for social or emotive purposes rather than for communicating information. Here is the word used in a sentence.

Joe has a tendency to take even phatic inquiries seriously, so when Kristen asked him how he was feeling, I knew the answer would be much longer than "better, thanks."

The word "phatic" was coined in the early 20th century by people who apparently wanted to label a particular quirk of human communication, the tendency to use certain rote phrases, such as the standard greeting "how are you?" merely to establish a social connection without sharing any actual information. It probably won't surprise you, then, to learn that "phatic" derives from the Greek word meaning "to speak." Other relatives in English include "apophasis," meaning "the raising of an issue by claiming not to mention it", "euphemism," "prophet," and the combining suffix "-phasia," used to denote a speech disorder. You may also have spotted a similarity to the word "emphatic," but that turns out to be purely coincidence; "emphatic" traces back to a different Greek verb which means "to show."

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.
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The prize in medicine goes to Britain …,for the development of in …for …with IVF,  eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the ….
This process has led to the birth of four million people since the first "test-tube baby," … Brown, in nineteen seventy-eight. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed.
The eighty-five-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.
And that's in the news in VOA Special English. I'm Mario Ritter.
this is in the news in voa special english。this year's winner of the nobel peace prize, Lei xiaobo, is a 54-year-old distant and writter, jailed in china. he was detained in the end of 2008, for the release of a political reform document he helped organise. chark o 8, calls for a great freedom of assembly, expression and religion. last december, he was sentenced to 11 years in prison for enciting seversion.china says that lei xiaobo is a criminal, and that what he has done goes against the purpose of nobel peace price.  it says the award could harm the relations between china and norway. but the norway nobel committee said there was a close connection between human rights and peace.TY is the committee chairman. China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as political terms. I need this normal that big powers should be under criticize. writer MWY from peru won this year's price in literature. he has written more than 30 novels, plays and essays including the feast of the gold, and julia and scaber writer. he lives a hard time in spain and he is politically active. he was a presential candidate in peru in 1990. MWY is the first nobel winner in literature from latin american since mexican writer OB in 1990. there are three chemistry prize winners this year, two are japanese, A of pedu university in the united states and K of hokido universtity.  the third is an american Richard Hack from the university of dalewel. they developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stucked together to produce new materials. their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.the three winners chosen by the royal swedish acedemy of sciences will share the award of 1.5 million dollars in december. this year's price in physics goes to russian born UG and CNS, both from manchester universtity in britain. they won for the experiments with the form of carbon cold graphing.  it started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphyte, the same material found in pencils that was only 6 years ago.graphing is just one atom thick,thin enough to see through but extremly strong for its size, and electrisity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. there could be many uses from eletronics to aircraft. the prize of medicine goes to britains robert edwards for the development of envitrop fertilization. with IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laborotory,and then placed into the wound. these process has led to the birth of 4 million people, since the first test-tube baby louise brown in 1978. the Caflet church opposes IVF in part because unused eggs are often,destroyed. 85-year-old scientist developed it with british surgin PS who died in l998. nobel winners must be living. and that's in the news in voa special english.  I am Marial River.
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This is in the news in VOA Special English.

This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Liu Xiaobo,is a 54 years old decadent~ and writer,jailed in China.He was detained at the end of 2008 before the release of a political reform document, he helped organize.Chaker Oeight calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression and religion. Last December, he was set to eleven years in prison for inciting ~. China says  Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that he was done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm relations between China and Norway. But the Norwegian Nobel Committee said there is a close connection between human rights and peace.
Thorbjoern Jagland is the Committee chairman. “China has become a big power in economic terms as well as political terms, and it is normal that big powers should be under criticism.”
Writer Mario Vargas Llosa from Peru won this year’s prize in literature. He has written more than thirty novels, plays and assays including the face of the golt and Julie Writer. He lives part time in Spain and he is politically active, he was a predidential candidate improve in 1990.

Mario Vargas Llosa is the first Nobel winner of the literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Dobu Bars in 1990. There are three Chemistry Prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, Ei-ichi Negishi of Purdue University of the United States and Akira Suziki of Hokkaido University.  The third is American Richard  Heck form the University of  Delaware.  

They developed a process that simply find how carbon items are stop together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics. The three winners show the role Swidish academy of sciences will share the world one and a half million dollars in December.

This year’s prize in physics goes to Russian born Undray Gun and Castantin Novelsalof, both from Manchester University in Briton. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon cold grafine. It started with a simple experiment using steeky tape to pick up pieces of grafight. The same material found in pencils. That was only six years ago.

Graphen is just one item sick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses from electronics to air craft. The prison medicine goes to Briton’s Robbot Edwoods for the development of the ~.

With IVF eggs are removed from a women fertilizer in a laboratory and then placed into the worm. This process had lead to birth of four million people since the first test baby Louis Brown in nineteen seventy eight.
The Catholic Church opposes IVF in part because unused eggs are often destroyed. The eighty-five years old scientist developed it with British surgeon PS, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.

And that’s In The News in VOA Special English. I am Mario Ritter.
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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Liu Xiaobo, is a fifty-four-year-old dissident and writer jailed in China. He was detained at the end of two thousand eight, before the release of a political reform document he helped organize. "Charter 08" calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression and religion. Last December he was sentenced to eleven years in prison for inciting subversion.

China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm relations between China and Norway.

But the Norwegian Nobel Committee said there is a "close connection between human rights and peace." Torbjorn Jaglund is the committee chairman.

"China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as in political terms. And it is normal that big powers should be under criticism."

Writer Mario Vargas Llosa from Peru won this year's prize in literature. He has written more than thirty novels, plays and essays, including "The Feast of the Goat" and "Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter." He lives part-time in Spain. And he is politically active, he was a presidential candidate in Peru in nineteen ninety.

Mario Vargas Llosa is the first Nobel winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Octavio Paz in nineteen ninety.

There are three chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, Ei-ichi Negishi of Purdue University in the United States and Akira Suzuki of Hokkaido University. The third is American Richard Heck from the University of Delaware.

They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.

The three winners chosen by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award of one and a half million dollars in December.

This year's prize in physics goes to Russian-born Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon called graphene. It started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of graphite, the same material found in pencils. That was only six years ago.

Graphene is just one atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses, from electronics to aircraft.

The prize in medicine goes to Britain's Robert Edwards for the development of in-vitro fertilization. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the womb.

This process has led to the birth of four million people since the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in nineteen seventy-eight. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed.

The eighty-five-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.
This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Liu Xiaobo, is a fifty-four-year-old dissident and writer jailed in China. He was detained at the end of two thousand eight, before the release of a political reform document he helped organize. "Charter 08" calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression and religion. Last December he was sentenced to eleven years in prison for inciting subversion.

China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm relations between China and Norway.

But the Norwegian Nobel Committee said there is a "close connection between human rights and peace." Toubial Jablund ( Torbjorn Jaglund) is the committee chairman.

"China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as in political terms. And it is normal that big powers should be under criticism."

Writer Mario Vargas Jaosa(Llosa) from Peru won this year's prize in literature. He has written more than thirty novels, plays and essays, including "The Feast of the Goat" and "Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter." He lives part-time in Spain. And he is politically active, he was a presidential candidate in Peru in nineteen ninety.

Mario Vargas Llosa is the first Nobel winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Octavio Paz in nineteen ninety.

There are three chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, Ei-ichi Negishi of Purdue University in the United States and Akira Suzuki of Hokkaido University. The third is American Richard Heck from the University of Delaware.

They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.

The three winners chosen by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award of one and a half million dollars in December.

This year's prize in physics goes to Russian-born Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon called graphene. It started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of (graphite), the same material found in pencils. That was only six years ago.

Graphene is just one atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses, from electronics to aircraft.

The prize in medicine goes to Britain's Robert Edwards for the development of in-vitro fertilization. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the womb.

This process has led to the birth of four million people since the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in nineteen seventy-eight. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed.

The eighty-five-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Mario River(Ritterv)
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This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.

This year's winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Liu Xiaobo, is a fifty-four-year-old dissident and writer jailed in China. He was detained at the end of two thousand eight, before the release of a political reform document he helped organize. "Charter 08" calls for greater freedom of assembly, expression and religion. Last December he was sentenced to eleven years in prison for inciting subversion.

China says Liu Xiaobo is a criminal and that what he has done goes against the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize. It says the award could harm relations between China and Norway.

But the Norwegian Nobel Committee said there is a "close connection between human rights and peace." Toubial Jablund ( Torbjorn Jaglund) is the committee chairman.

"China has become a very big power in economic terms as well as in political terms. And it is normal that big powers should be under criticism."

Writer Mario Vargas Jaosa(Llosa) from Peru won this year's prize in literature. He has written more than thirty novels, plays and essays, including "The Feast of the Goat" and "Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter." He lives part-time in Spain. And he is politically active, he was a presidential candidate in Peru in nineteen ninety.

Mario Vargas Llosa is the first Nobel winner in literature from Latin America since Mexican writer Octavio Paz in nineteen ninety.

There are three chemistry prize winners this year. Two are Japanese, Ei-ichi Negishi of Purdue University in the United States and Akira Suzuki of Hokkaido University. The third is American Richard Heck from the University of Delaware.

They developed a process that simplified how carbon atoms are stuck together to produce new materials. Their methods are used to create everything from new drugs to electronics.

The three winners chosen by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will share the award of one and a half million dollars in December.

This year's prize in physics goes to Russian-born Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, both from Manchester University in Britain. They won for their experiments with a form of carbon called graphene. It started with a simple experiment, using sticky tape to pick up pieces of (graphite), the same material found in pencils. That was only six years ago.

Graphene is just one atom thick, thin enough to see through, but extremely strong for its size. And electricity can pass through it quickly without much loss of energy. There could be many uses, from electronics to aircraft.

The prize in medicine goes to Britain's Robert Edwards for the development of in-vitro fertilization. With IVF, eggs are removed from a woman, fertilized in a laboratory and then placed into the womb.

This process has led to the birth of four million people since the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in nineteen seventy-eight. The Catholic Church opposes IVF, in part because unused eggs are often destroyed.

The eighty-five-year-old scientist developed it with British surgeon Patrick Steptoe, who died in nineteen eighty-eight. Nobel winners must be living.

And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. I'm Mario River(Ritterv)
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