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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

BBC news with...
The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis of ... nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US nuclear regulatry commission said even the cooling pond of the plant's No 4 reactor was completedly drying, living its fuel raw as exposed. US energy seceratry said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial melt down on 3 mine islands in Pensylven in 1979.... reports from Washington. The United States military said that none of its pesonnel in Japan has show any sign of radiation poisoning but these ...measures. US warship and personnel were being kept away from the damage nuclear power plant and some . crews are taking ... a drug which can help prevent the effects of the exposure to harmful radiation. The Japanese are still struggling to bring down tempretrue in four reactors at the striken nuclear plant.... reports from Tokyo. Only certainty about the situation of ... nuclear plan ... control. The measures being use by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government bring it back under control, appearing increasing deperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site shows three of the reactive building shattered by serious explosion of the last five days. A hundred and fifty miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rush toward bulli trains heading ... to all sector and beyond. The International of the Red Cross said it has to withdrawl from ... amid fears and tones by Libia government forces ...  In the statement issued by ... the organization said it mainly extremely concered about the fate of the civilians of the sick and wounded and called all sides to protect them. ... reports from... The International committee of the Red Cross is often the first to ... in organization into a comflic zone and the last to leave. It had teams in ... and other areas of easten Libia. It never despite repeat request recieve security assurances from the Libia government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Connel ...'s forces. Now amid the signs in an attack on ... is imminent, the ICRC has decided it has no choic but withdraw. President ... says he has called on the United Nation's security council trandose a draft resolution authorizing a no fly zone over Libia. A close session discussing the stituation in Libia is under way. Council memebers are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent ...a test against the opposition forces. Several ... states have said they'd to be prepared to participate in forcing than no fly zone. World news from the BBC. Security forces in ... have used tanks, water cannon and helicopers to dispurse demonstrators in the capital ... A military leader impose a curfew in several ...of the city. The American Secratary of State Hilary Clinton criticize the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations. I think the situation of ... is alarming. Um, we have made it a very clear of the highest levels of the government there, that we think they are on the wrong track, that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplore the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution. The European Police Agency Europa says an international operation has broken one of the largest network of ... files. The network cooperate a website with a legal front but use it could access an illegal part where material depicting charge the usage available. ... reports. Members of the network subscribe to a website run from Netherland which claim to be a forum where people could discuss their sexual interest in boys, having made contact to members email each other to share illegal images and films of children. A four-year internation operation led by the UK ...has identified 670 suspected offenders, of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far 121 of British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and the scot leader. Mexico has confirmed that it's been allowing United States ...aircraft to fly over its territory to guard intelligent and drug scans. The Mexican government said the flight was made at its request and it was closely supervised by the Mexican airforce and other ...It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's compaign against voilent drug scans. BBC news.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

The United States has expressed an alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plants No.4 reactor was completely drying, leaving its few rods exposed. The US Energy Secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown of the Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Andin Brooks reports from Washiton.

The Unites States Ministry said that none of its personnels in Japan has shown any sign of  radiation poisoning, but these were precautionarily measures. US warships and personnels were being kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant, and some air crews will take in potassium iodate, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. R T H reports from Tokyo.

The only certainty about the situation of the Fukushima nuclear plant is *** out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo Electric Company and the Japanese government bringing back under control appear increasingly death br and improvised. The pictures from the sight shows three of the reators shattered by series of explosions over the last five days. A hundred and fifty miles to the south in Tokyo, radiationpheres are growing fast. At Tokyo station thish afternoon, hundreds of people rushed aboard bullet trains have been south to Osaka and beyond.

The International Committee of the Red Cross says it's hard to withdraw from Bengahzi. Amid fears an attack on the town by the Lybian forces is now imminent.  

In the statement issued by the ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it dramatic extremely concerned about the fate of the civilians of the sick and the wounded, and called on all sides to protect them. J F reports from Geneva.

The International Committee of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of east Lybia, but it never, depsite repeated requests, receive security assurance from the Lybian government to allow it to work anywhere. Controlled by Colonel Gaddafi's forces, now amid signs and attack on Benghazi is imminent, the ICRC has decided it has no choices but to withdraw.

President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nation Security Council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Lybia. A close session discussing the situation in Lybia is on the way. Council members are divided over the issue, but France, Britain and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's aerial attacks against the opposition forces. Several states have said that they'd be prepared to participate in enforcing the no-fly zone.   

World News from the BBC.

Security forces in Bahrain haved used tanks, water cannons, and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama. The military leader imposed curfew in several areas of the city. The American Secretary of State Hillary Cliton criticized the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations:

I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made it very clear that the highest levels of the government there, that we think they are on the wrong track, that they need to resume, immediately, a political dialogue. We deplore the use of force against demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution.

The European Police Agency, Europol, says an international operation has broken one of the largest networks of paedophiles. The network operated website with a legal front, but users could access an illegal part where material depicting childabuse was available. Danny Shaw reports.

Members of the network subscribe to a website run from the Netherlands which claim to be a forum where could discuss their sexually interest in boys, having made contact to members email each other to share illegal images and films of children. A 4 year international operation led by the UK job protection centre Cep has identified 670 suspected offenders, of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and a scout leader.

Mexico has confirmed that it's been allowing United States drone aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligence on drugs traffickers. The Mexican government said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican air force and other agencies. It's latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against violent drugs and gangs.

BBC News.
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本帖最后由 lc204 于 2011-3-19 14:38 编辑

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells:

The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which were severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plants No.4 reactor was completely drying, living its fuel rods exposed. The US Energy Secretary said the situation appear to be more serious than the power short meltdown on Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington:

"
The United States Military says that none of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning, but these were precautionary measures. US warships in personnel were being kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant, and some air crews were taking potassium iodide, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harm for radiation."

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors as the stricken nuclear plant. Rupert Wingfield-hayes reports from Tokyo:
"
The only certainty about the situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant is that its out of control. The measures, being used by the Tokyo Electric Company and the Japanese government bring it back under control, appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site show freeof the reactor building shattered, by series of exposures over the last five days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon hundreds of people rushed to board bullet trains, heading south to Osaka and beyond. "

The International Committee of the Red Cross says its had to withdraw from Benghazi, amid fears and attack on the town by Libya government forces is now imminent. In the statement issued by ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and of the wounded and called on all sides to protest them. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva:

"
The International Committee of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of eastern Libya. But it never, despite repeated requests, receives security assurances from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafis forces. Now amid signs, an attack on Benghazi is imminent, the ICRC has decided it has no choice but to withdraw."

President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nations Security Council endorse a draft resolution, authorizing a no-fly zone
over Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is underway. Council members are divided over the issue. But Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafis air attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said that theyd been prepared to participate in enforcing the no-fly zone.

World News from the BBC:

Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama. The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticized the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations.

"
I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made it very clear at the highest levels of the government there, that we think they are on the wrong track, that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplored all the use of force against demonstrators. And we deplored the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution."

The European Police Agency Europol says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of pedophiles. The network operated the website with a legal front, but users could access an illegal part, where material depicting child abuse was available. Danny Shaw reports:

"
Members of the networks subscribed to a website run from the Netherlands which claimed to be a forum, where people could discuss their sexual interest boys. Having made contact, members emailed each other to share illegal images and films of children. A four-year international operation led by the UK child protection center, CEOP, has identified 670 suspected offenders, of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far 121 of the Britain suspects have been arrested, they include police officers, teachers and scout leader."

Mexico has confirmed that its been allowing United States drone craft fly over its territory to gathering intelligence on drugs traffickers. The Mexican government said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican air force and other regencies. Its the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexicos campaign against violent drugs gangs.

BBC News.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis at the  Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of US Unclear Regulatory Commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant 's number 4 reactor wascompletely dry, leaving its fuel rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation has appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at the Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.

The United States military says that none of its personnel in Japan has showed any sign of radiation poisoning, but these ...

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本帖最后由 summera 于 2011-3-19 20:25 编辑

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BBC News with XXX

The United States says it expresses to alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week.The head of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said he voted the cooling pound of the plunge Natoforia that was completed drying.Leaving it fuel arows to exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious that the partial meltdown..in Pennsylvania in 1979.At brokes reports from Washington.

The United States military says none of its personnel in Japan has showed any sign of radiation poisoning,but this will precaution in measures.US warships and personnel will be encapted the way from the damaged nuclear power plant and some air crews were taking ... air died and drug which can help prevent from affected exposure to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors of the stricken nuclear plant.XXX reports from Tokyo.

The only certainty about the situation of the Fukushima nuclear plant isn't out of control.The measure's been used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government bring back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised.The latest pictures from the site show three of the reactor buildings shattered by serious explosions over last five days.115 miles to the ... Tokyo,radiation fears are growing fast.At Tokyo station this afternoon,hundreds of people rushed to board bully trains and in sells to Osaka and beyond.

The International Community of the Red Cross says its hat withdraw from Benghazi that made fears at the tackle of the town by Libyan government forces ...In the state he used by ICRC in Geneva,the organisantion said it tremendous extremely concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and called on no size to protect them.XXX reports from Geneva.

The International Community of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organisation into a conflict on under last leaf.It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of eastern Libya.But it never despite repeat different quests,received security assurances should Libyan government too loud to work any where controlled by Colonel Gaddafi's forces.Now and its signs and car called Benghazi is imminent.The ICRC has decided it has no choice but withdraw.
President Nicolas xxx has called the United Nation Security Council to endorse a draft resolution authorising a no-fly zone over Libya.A close session disgussing the situation in Libya in on the way.xxx of members are divided over the issue,but Britain from some xxx want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's air tax against the opposition forces.Several xxx said the baby prepared to participate in the forcing the no-fly zone.

World News from the BBC

Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks,water cans and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the captial Manama.The military leader imposed to curfew in several areas of the city.The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticised to the crack down on anti-government demonstrations.
"I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming,we have made it veyr clear about highest levels of the government there,that we think they are on the wrong track that they need to resume immediately xxx.We deplore the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators.We want a piece for resolution."

The European Police Agency Europo says the international operation has broken one of the largest network set pit fires.The network operative of website with illegal front,but users could access as illegal part when material depicting xxx was available.XXX reports.

Members of the network subscribed to a website run from the Netherlands which claim to be a forum with people could discuss their section interesting boys,and they may contact members e-mail each others to share illegally films to the children.At four-year international operation led by the UK job protection sent a sail has identified 670 suspected attendants and more than 1/3 are in Britain.So far,121 of the British suspects have been arrested,they include police officers,teachers and the skull leader.

Mexico has confirmed that it's been allowed when the United States drove aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligent on drugss traffickers.The Mexican governments and the flights were made it to request or close it supervised by XXX and the ragions.It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against violent drugs' gains.
BBC News

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

United States expressed alarm about the crises at the  fukushima nulear complex in Japan which was severlly damaged  following the huge earthquack last week,the head of the US nuclear regulatly commission said if the cooling pond of the plants number four reactor was completelly drying leaving its fuel rods exposed,US energy secratory  said the situation appear to be more serious, on the partial melt down  on the 3 mile island in pencildamia in 1979, and Brox reports from Washinton, the US military says that none of its personel in Japan  has any sign of radiation poisoning,but these were precautionlly measures,US war ships and personel would be kept away from the danaged nulear power plant,and some air crews will taking patacium air died, a drug which can help prevent the effects to exposure to harmful radiaton.The Japanese authouritys are stll struggeling to bring down  temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant,Roubtwen felt heids reports from TOKYO.
The only certainty about the situation of the FUKUSHIMA nuclear plant is its out of control,the measures being used by the TOKYO electric company and Japanese government bring it back under control,they are appearing increasingly desperate and improviced,  the latest pictures from the sight showed free of the reactor building  shattered by the serious explosions over the last five days,a hundred and fifty miles to the south in  TOKYO,radiation fierce are growing fast,at  TOKYO station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed for bully trains in south to OSAKA and beyond.
national commity of the red cross  says its  had to withdraw from BINGASY  and made fierce tuck on the town by the government forces is  now in VYNANT,the state is sued  by ICRC in gernyva the organization said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of the servians of the sake and of the wounded and called on all sides to protect them .EMEGIN focus reports from giniva.
internation commity of the red cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict its ownand the last to leave,it had teams in Bangasy and other areas of east Lybia,it never despite repeat quests,receive security assurances from the Lybian governmentto allowed it to work anywhere by conel cdafy's forces ,now it means signs on the attack on Bangasy in eminent ,they ICRC has decided it  had no choice but to withdraw.
President XXX has called United nations security council to adopts a draft resolution also rising draft resolution or authourising a known fly sole  or known falinbia.a close session  discussing the situation in LYBIA  in under way,council members are divided over the issue ,but Britain from the lanbiden want to prevent CANOCDAVY'S area attacks against the opposition forces,SABLARIA STATES said they have prepared to participate and forcing the known flysole.
WORLD NEWS FROM THE BBC
security forces in BARY have use tanks water canoned helicopters to disperse demonstrators  in the capital MANAMA,the military leader enposed curfuel  in sveral areas of the city the American  security of state CLINDEN critisized the crackdown on unty government demonstrations ,I think the situation in barbry was alarming,we have made very clear and highest levels of the government there,that we think they are on the wrong track,that they need to atorsresume immediately a political dialogue,we deplore the use of force against demonstrators,and we deplore the use of  force by demonstrators ,we want a peaceful resolution.
The european police agency Europone says the international operation has broken one of the largest of networks have peter files, with legal front but users could access the illegal part  when the material depisting   charge  of use was available,DONY SHONGE reports.
members of the networks to the website run from the netherlands  which cling to  be a foul where people can discuss their sexious  intersting in boys.they may contact members e-mail  each other to share illegal limited and  films in children,four year international operation led by the UK charl protection said  the seal  is identified 670 suspected abandence,that be more than a third are in Britain,so far 121 of the british suspected have benn arrested,they include police officers, teachers,and sount leader.
MEXICO has confirm that it been allowing US downy craft fly over its territory to gathering inteligence on drug traffics.the mexican governments at the flights will made its request and will closely supervised by the Mexican airforce under their agencies,it is the latest sign of growing US involvement in mexico's campaign against voilent drugs gans.




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本帖最后由 DragonKid 于 2011-3-18 08:41 编辑

[BBC News with GH~]
       The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis of the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of the No. 4 reactor was completely dry, leaving its fuel rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appear to be more serious than the partial melt-down at Three Mile island in Pennsylvania in 1979. AB reports from Washington.
        The US military says that none of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning. But these were precautionary measures. US warships and personnel would be kept away from nuclear power plant and some air crews were taking potassium iodate, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.”
The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in 4 reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. RTH from Tokyo.
“The only certainty about the situation at Fukushima nuclear plant is it’s out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government bring it back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the sight show 3 of the reactor buildings shattered by series of explosions over the last 5 days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to board bullet trains heading south to Osaka and beyond.”
The international committee of the Red Cross says it had to withdraw from Bangazi. Amid fears and attack on the town by Libyan government forces is now imminent. In a statement issued by ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concern about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and call on all sides to protect them. EF reports from Geneva.
“The international committee of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Bangazi and other areas of eastern Libya. But it never, despite repeated requests, received security assurances from the Libyan governments to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. Now amid sign an attack on Bangazi is imminent, the ICRE has decided it has no choice but to withdraw.”
President N~ has called on the UN Security Council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is under way. Council members are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi’s air attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said they’d be prepared to participate in forcing the no-fly zone.
[3:00”
World News from the BBC]
Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannons and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama. The military leader imposed curfew in several areas of the city. The American secretary of state Hilary Clinton criticized the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations.
“I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made it very clear at the highest levels of the government there. That we think they are on the wrong track that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplore the use of force against demonstrators, and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators, we want a peaceful resolution.”
The European police agency EuroPol says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of paedophiles. The network cooperated a website with a legal front, but users could access an illegal part where material depicting child abuse was available. DS~ reports.
“Members of the networks have scribed to a website run from the Netherlands, which claim to be a forum where people could discuss their sexual interest in boys. Having made contact, members emailed each others to share illegally images and films with children. A 4-year international operation led by the UK child protection center C~ has identified 670 suspected defendants, of whom more than 1/3 are in Britain. So far 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and scout leader.”
Mexico has confirmed that it’s been allowing the United States’ drone aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligence on drugs traffickers. The Mexican governments said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by the American forces and other agencies. ” It’s the latest sign of growing involvement in Mexico’s campaign against violent drugs gangs.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

BBC News with Gaenor Howells.
The United State says it expressed its alarm about the crisis of the fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquark last week. The head of the US nuclear regulation comission said he thought the  cooling pound of the plants nubmer 4 was completely drying leading its fuel rolls and spoiled. The US Energy Sectuary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial melt in Three My Island in Pesnonia in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.
The United Admistry says none of the person in Japan has shown any signs of radiation poinsen, but these repication remeasures. The US warship and person would be capped way from the damage nuclear power plant and some acrews  would taken potensium isdied and drug which can help prevent the effects of explosure to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors and the striken nuclear plant.  Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Tyoko.
The only certainty about the situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant is that it out of control. The measure's been used the electric company and the Japanese government bring back under control appearing increasingly desperate and inprivate. Pictures from the sight shows three of the reactor building shattered by serioushe explosion of the last five days. One hundred and fifteen mountains to the south of Tyoko radiation fears are growing fast. And Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to Bully Trains heading to Ansoka and beyond.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

BBC news with Gaenor Howells


The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan,which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week.The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant's number 4 reactor was completely dry,leaving its fuel rods exposed.The US energy Secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at the three mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979.Adam Brooks reports from Washington.


The United States military says that none of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning,but these were precautionary measures.US warships and personnel were being kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant.And some air crews were taking potassium iodide. A drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.


The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Tokyo.


The only certainty about the situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant is that it's out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government bring it back under control,appearing increasingly desperate and improvised.The latest pictures from the site show the three of the reactor building shattered by a series of explosions over the last five days.A hundred and fifty miles to the south in Tokyo,radiation fears are growing fast.At Tokyo station this afternoon,hundreds of people rushed aboard bullet trains heading south to Osaka and beyond.


The international committee of the Red Cross says it has had to withdraw from Benghazi amid fears an attack on the town by Libyan government forces is now imminent.In a statement issued by ICRC in Geneva,the organization said it remained at extremely concern about the fate of civilians of the sick and of the wounded and called on all sides to protect them. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.


The international committee of the Red cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave.It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of eastern Libya,but it never despite repeated requests received security assurances from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere,controlled by Colonel Gaddafi's forces.Now amid signs an attack on Benghazi's imminent,the ICRC has decided it has no choice  but withdraw.


President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nations Security Council,to endorse a draft resolution of authorizing a no fly zone over Libya.A close session discussing the situation in Libya is underway.Council members are divided over the issue but Britain, France and Lebanon,want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's aero attacks against the opposition forces.Several Arab States have said they had be prepared to participate in enforcing the no-fly zone.


World news from the BBC.


Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks,water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama.The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city.The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticized the crackdown on  anti-government demonstrations.


I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming.We have made it very clear at the highest levels of the government there,that we think they are on the wrong track.That they need to resume immediately a political dialogue.We deplore the use of force against demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators,we want a peaceful resolution.(就听到这里了,还得去练一个小时的口语,今天太忙了,买电脑去了。)
                                                   
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

BBC news * the US says expressed alarm about the crisis of * the nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week.The head of the US nuclear regulation comission said people cooling pond of the Plant No.4 was completely dring leaving its fewer raw exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious and partial melt down on 3 island in Pennsylvania in 1979.* reports from Washington.
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BBC news with Gaenor Howells

The United States says it expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant No.4 reactor was completely dry, leaving its fuel rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports form Washington.

The United States Military says none of its persons in Japan has showed any sign of radiation poisoning, but these were precautionary measures. US warship and personal were being kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant, and some air crews were taking potassium iodide, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperature in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports form Tokyo.

The only certainty about the situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant is that it's out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo Electric Company and Japanese government to bring it back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest picture form site show three of the reator buildings shattered by a series of explosions over the last five days. the hundred fifty mile from the south of Tokyo radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed for bullet trains to Osaka and Washbyond.

The International Committee of Red Cross says it have to withdraw form Benghazi amid fears an attack on the town by Libyan government forces is now imminent. In a statement issued by ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and of the wounded and called on all sides to protect them. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

BBC News with Galao Harrows.

The US says it expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pump of the plant's number 4 reactor was completely dry, leaving its fuel ... exposed. US energy secretary said the situation seems to be more serious than the partial meltdown of the 3 mile island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.


The US military says none of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning, but these will precaution measures. US warships and personnel will be kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant and aircrews were  taking ... air diet and drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.


The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in 4 reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. Ruper Tun Thia Hays reports from Tokyo.


The only certainty of the situation of the Fukushima nuclear plant is that it's out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese gov't bring it back under control are appearing increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site shows 3 of the reactor building shuttered by serious explosions of the last 5 days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo the radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon hundreds of people rushed to book bullet trains heading south to Osaka and beyond.


The international community of Read Cross said it's hard to withdraw from Bengazy. Amid fears and tark on the town by Libyan gov't forces is now immenant. In the statement issued by ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concerned about the future of the civilians of the sick and wounded and called on all size to protect them. Imagine Fooks reports from Geneva.


The International community of Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflicting zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Bengazy and other areas of eastern Libya. But it never, despite repeated requests, receives security assurances from Libyan gov't to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gadhafi's forces. Now amid ... and attack on Bengazy's imminent, the ICRA has decided it has no choices but withdrawn.


President Nicolas Kozachy of France has called on the UN security council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no fly zone over Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is under way. Council members are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Netherlands want to prevent Colonel Gadhafi's air attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said that they have prepared to participate in forcing the no fly zone. World News from the BBC.


Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital of Manama. The military leader imposed curfew in several areas of the city. The American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton criticized the crackdown on the anti-gov't demonstrations.


I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We've made it very clear at the highest levels of the gov't there that we think they are on the wrong track. They need to resume immediately a political dialog. We deplore the force used against demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution.


The European police agency Europow says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of peter fires. The network operated a web site with a legal front, but users could access an illegal part when material depicting charge ... is available. Donny Shaw reports.


Members of the networks subscribe to web site run from the Netherlands which claims to be a forum where people can discuss their sexual interesting boys. Having made contacts, to members emails to share illegal images and films of children. A 4-year international operation led by the UK job protection center seal has identified 670 suspected offenders, of whom more than 1/3 are in Britain. So far 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. (Being crew) police officers, teachers and (scare leader).


Mexico has confirmed that it has been allowing US drone aircraft to fly over its territory for gathering intelligence on drugs traffickers. The Mexican gov't said the flights will made at its request and will be closed supervised by the Mexican air force and other agencies. It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against violent drugs gangs.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-17

bbc news with geenos harwards. the us has expressed alarm about hte crisis at the fukushima nueclear complex in jp which is severely damaged from the huge earthquake last week. the head of us nueclear regulatory commission said that he thought the cooling pound of the no. 4 redioation was completely drying leaving its fuel roll exposed. the us energy secratary said the situation appears to be more serious than the partial melton down at 3 mile island in pennsylvania in 1979. brauks reports from washington.
the us military says that none of its personel in jp has shown sign of rediation poisoning. but these are precautiouly measures. us warship and personnel will be kept away from damaged nueclear power plants. and some aircrews were taking ...a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful rediation.
the jp authorities are still struggling to bring down tempratures in  4 reactors at the striken nueclear plants. ruper ...reports from tokyo.
the only certainty about the situation in fukushima nc plant is that it is out of control. the measures being used by the tokyo electric company and jp government  bringing back undercontrol appear increasing  desperate and  inprevised. the latest pictures from the site show 3 of the reactor buildings shettered by series of the explosions over the last 5 days. 115 miles to the south in tokyo rediation fears are growing fast. at tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to board bullitin trains heading  south to osaka and beyond.
the internation committe of red cross said it has to withdraw from bengazi and many fears attack at the town by  libia government forces are now imminent. in a statement issued by icrc in geneva, the organization said it remain extremly  concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and called all sides to protect them. ...reports from geneva.
the international committee of red cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a confict zone and the last leave. it has team in bengazi and other areas of eastern libia. but it never despite repeated requests receives security insurances from libia government to allow it to work anywhere controled by connel gedefi forces. now many signs attack on bengazi is imminent the  icrc has decided it has no choice but to withdraw.
president nicolus sakochi of france has called the un security council to indorse a draft resolution authorizing a no fly zone over libia.  a closed session discussing the situation in libia is under way. council members are deivided over the issue. but britain, france and libanen want to prevent connel gedefi's error attack agianst the opposition forces.several arab states said they had be prepared to participate and enforcing the no fly zone.

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BBC news with xxx
The united states says it expressed lama about the crisis of the Fukushima nuclear cxxx in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pound of the plants No.4 reactor
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第一次听写Standard English. 听写的很烂,原谅我没有看完菜鸟必读。以后有机会再看吧。第一篇ST的听写放这里留作纪念。等哪天提高了之后再来回味!各位请不要见笑!


BBC news with Gana hellos


United States says ** alarms about the crisis at Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was *** damaged  following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US nuclear regulatry commition said he thought the cooling pumped of the plants of No.4 reactor was completed drying, leaving its fuel **  explored. US energy secrotry said the situation apeard to be more serious than the partial meltdown that 3 miles in **** in 1979. **** reports from Wanshengton.

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Security forces in ** have use tanks water *** in helicopitors to dis** demenstrate in the capita Menorme. The ** leader imppose ** in several areas of city **** in critisize *** on antigovernment demenstrations. "I think the situation in *** is alarming. ah, we have made the very clear at highers levels. Ah, the government there, ah, that we think there are on the wrong track. They need to resume imdiately a political dialogue. We'd plor, ah, the use force against demenstraters, And we deplore use of force by demenstrater we want a peace revolution." The *** agency ** set the international opperation has broken when the largest network of ****. The net coperated website with the legal front, but users could ask an illegal part when meterial dipickting charge *** avilable. Deny Shal reports.

Members of the network *** to a website around from *** which *** to to disscuss the ** intersting boys have contect members' email to share *** films to children for year international opperation led by the UK job ** sentence sill dentiy by 670 sespect ** ** in Britain. so far 121 British suspects have been arested, then *** teachers and skal leader.

Mescow has confirm that is being ** United States ** craft fly all over ** ** on drag's trafics. The mescom close the supervise by the ** and **. It is the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mosicow compain against voilent drags guns.

BBC news.
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一定要征服英语!!!
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