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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

Fighting has continued to rage in Lybia , desipite some seventy salties from international aircraft, trying to enforce an UN resolution to end the attacks on Lybia civilian by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least 9 people are reported to have been killed,  by the forces loyal to Lybia's Leader in the city of Misrata. The only rebel strong hold in the west of Lybia. There were also clashes in * in the east of Lybia. reports.

We drove to watch *. The road was littered with chart and smoke
remains Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports, be the reports were repelled by the rebels. We just listen to this. It's the wound swab of the ten crown. Five have start cars by the government troops at the opposition fighters.  A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of ceasefire, governments are still attacking the rebels in the east, and try to hold on the territory they have taken. Even though, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing the balance of power has as one in their favor.

President Obama said in part of his American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office. I also have states that ,it is US's policy, that Gaddafi needs go. And we have got a wide range of tools in addition to military weapons to support that policy.

But he stess that the current weatern military operations in Lybia,  were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke,  loud explosison were reported near Gaddafi's  (*) in Tripoli.

Oil prices has accerated gang after the latest air strike against Lybia. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on the fears of prolonged fighting in Lybia and supply disruption  elsewhere in the middle east. Lybia oil export has been hold by the uprising.

The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah  has insisted the majority of yemeni still support him. The president authority has been shaken by the high level of resignation in recent days. *from the mideast desk report.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in yemen continue to grow. Among the latest, the prominent general, a number of other officers and senior trival leaders, but president salei remained defined, a source close to him told the BBC that, the president would not stand down, and will call election later in the year. The national defense council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate as put it to carry it out its (juty) in the face of any cool plot.

Civilian troops have been deployed in the southern cite of ( dera ), as thousands of protestors marched for a forth successor a day, call for great freedom and an end of corruption.  At least 6 people were died in the clashes with the securities, including an eleven-year-old boy.

World news from BBC.

Thousands of supporters of Ivoy Coast's young patriots' movement has anwer the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who refuse to leave the presidency, since the last November's election. In the city of Abidjan, the poor Gbagbo use chanted threats to support Gbagbo's rival  Alassane Ouattara. Who is internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondant saysthousands of people are of threat violence in Abidjan are ariving every day. Everyone describe their terror, and their almost concern gunfire.

Abnormal high level of radioactive * have been detected in the sea water near Fukushima nuclear plant in JPN, which was damaged by the earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive (*) level which over one hundred times higher than government-set standard. While radioactive (*) levels are twenty-five times  the official limit. Eariler, the head of United Nation's Nuclear Agency sad the situation will still very serious at the plant, Yukiya Amano will speak at the emergency meeting at the IAEA.Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a reveal of nulear safety standards, begining with earthquake and tsunami (prown?) areas. It said the existing system was designed in the wake of turnable disaster, in 1986. Mr. Amano now would like to improve coordination among experts during the eariest stages of the nuclear crisis. He said the priority remians stablizing the nuclear reactor in Fukushima, and restoring safety. He is confident this will be achieved. But the current international response to the nulear emergency needs to be reassessd.

President Obama call for a new relationship between the US and Latin America, base on equal partnership and share responsibilities.
Speaking in Chile said that Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News.


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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 17 sorties from international aircrafts trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Col Gaddafi’s forces. At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya as Ian Pannel reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya. The road is littered with charred and smoking remains of Col Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this. It’s the whistle of a tank round, fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of the ceasefire, government forces are still attacking rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territories they’ve taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swelled in their favour.

President Obama has assented part of American foreign policy that Col Gaddafi should leave office.

“I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs go and we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.”

But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were bout protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke, loudly explosions were reported near Col Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices ruled near 1.5% to a fierce and prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libya and oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The President’s authorities have been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.

The list of senior figures, voicing support for the opposition in Yemen, continues to grow. Among the latest, a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC the President would not stand down and would call elections later this year. The national defense council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate, as it put it, “to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.”

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators march for a fourth success of day, calling for greater freedom and an end to the corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast’s Young Patriots movement has answered the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo use chant of threat to support Mr. Gbagbo’s rival Alassane Ouattara, who’s internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who fled violence in Abidjan are arriving everyday, many describing their terror have the almost consent gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances have been detected in sea water near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government sets standards, while radioactive caesium levels are 25 times of official limit. Earlier, the head of United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards. Beginning with earthquake and tsunami *, he says the existing systems is designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1987. Mr. Amano now wants to improve coordination among the experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors in Fukushima and restoring safety. He’s confident this will be achieved, but the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America, * equal partnership and share responsibilities. Speaking in Chili, he said Latin America was fundamental for the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News


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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald
Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforced the UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gadaffi’s forces.At least 9 people reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misurata.The only big rebel strong hold in western Libya.They were also clashes near Ajdabia in eastern Libya as Iain Pannell reports.

We drove towards Ajdabia the road is littered with and smoking remains of Colonel Gadaffi’s military. There will reports that is forces had been prepared by the rebels. but just listen to this.

It’s the vessel of tank round, fire passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters.  A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement to the ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they are taken.Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today. Believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.

President Obama said it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gadaffi should leave office. “I also have state that it’s US policy the Gadaffi needs to go. We got a wide rage of tools in addition to our military office to support that policy.”

But he stressed the current western military of operations in Libya were about protecting civilians.   
Shortly after Mr Obama spoke. Loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gadaffi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strike against Libya. Prices rules nearly 1.5% on fuels of prolong fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East.Libya oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The president of Yemen Ali Saleh has insisted the majority of Yemeni still support him.The president authorities have been shaken by high level resignation in recent days.Andrew of our Middle East desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow.Among the latest the prominent general.A number of other officers and senior tribe leader,But President Saleh remain defiant. The source close to him told the BBC the president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year.The national defense council which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate as it’s put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any cool plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Dera as thousands of demonstrators march for the fourth successive day calling for greet of freedom and end the corruption At least 6 people have dead in clashes with security forces including an 11-year old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast young patrol movement have answered to called to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo who’s refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election.In the city of Abidjan,the pro-Gbagbo use chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo’s rival Alassane Ouattara, who is internationally recognized as having one election.In the northern city of B** a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who have flatten violence in Abidjan are arriving everyday.Many describe they are terror have almost concern gunfire.

At normally high level of radioactive substance have been detected in sea water near Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radioactive ** levels over 100 times higher than government set standards while radioactive ** levels are 25 times ,the official limit. Earlier,the head of United Nation nuclear agency said the situation were still very serious at the plant.Yuika were speaking at the emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami pro-areas. He says the existing system was designed a weak of nuclear disaster in 1986.Mr ** now wants improve coordination among the experts during the early stages of nuclear crisis. He says the priority renames stabilize the nuclear reactor in Fukushima and restoring safety.He is confident this will be achieved but the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between United States and Latin America based on equal partnership share responsibilities.Speaking in Chile he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya as Ian Pannell reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya. The road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this. It’s the whistle of a tank round, fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of the ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they’ve taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favour.

President Obama said it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

“I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.”

But he stressed that the current Western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose near 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president’s authority has been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow--among the latest a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC the president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defence Council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate, as it put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators marched for a fourth successive day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast’s Young Patriots movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo’s rival, Alassane Ouattara, who’s internationally recognised as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who have fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances have been detected in seawater near the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards, while radioactive cesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of the United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami pro-areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants improved co-ordination among experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilising the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He’s confident this will be achieved, but that the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-22

本帖最后由 rio4rio 于 2011-3-22 12:42 编辑

Fighting is continue to reach in Libya despite some seventy from international aircraft trying to reinforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least nine people are reported have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misurata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There are also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya. As EP reports. We drove toward Ajdabiya. The road is littered with the char and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels. But just listen to this. It's the whistle of a tank. Fire passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed, despite the announcement of the ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so, the people in Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swan in their favor.

President Obama said it's part of American's foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office. I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wild range of tools in addition to our military office to support that policy. But he stressed that the current western military operation in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama's spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rule nearly one and a half percent on fears of prolong fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been hoarded by the uprising.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted that the majority of Yemenese still support him. The president's authority has been shaken by high level resignation in recent days. AB in our Middle East desk reports. The list of senior figure's vocing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow. Among the latest, a prominent general, a number of other offices and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. The source close to him told the BBC that president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year. The national defense council which the president cheers say the army would not hesitate as it put it to carry out its duties in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deplored in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators march for a four successive days calling for greater freedom and an end of corruption. At least six people had died in the clashes with sucurity forces, including an eleven year old boy.

World News from the BBC.

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast's young patriot movement have answered the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo who's refuses to leave the presidency since last Novmenber's election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro Gbagbo use chanting threats to supoorters of Mr Gbagbo rival, Alassane Ouattara, who's internationally recognise as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouaké, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people of fled violence in Abidjan are arriving everyday. Many describing their terror had the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances have been detected in the seawater near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over one hundred times higher than government set standards, while radioactive level are twenty-five times than official limit. Earlier the head of United Nation nuclear agency said the situation was still serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. CS reports, The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami. He says the exisiting system was designed in a wake of the nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants improved coordination among experts during the early stages of the nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He's confident this will be achieved but the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama's call for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America base on equal part share the responsibilities. Speaking in Chile said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.
BBC News.

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BBC news with Fiona MacDonald
Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sautes from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. More than 9 people reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata-- the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Abjabya in eastern Libya as   reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya, the road is littered with a charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels. But just listen to this. It's the whistle of tank round, fired, passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of a ceasefire, government forces are still attacking rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi had been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swarm in their favour. President Obama has said it's  part of the American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

I also have stated that it's US foreign policy that Gaddafi must go. And we have got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy. But he stressed that the current western military operation in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supplied disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen,  , has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president's authority has been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. () of our Middle East desk reports.

The list of senior figure voicing support for the opposition continues to grow, among the latest a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President   remains defiant, the source close to him told the BBC the president would not stand down. And would call elections later this year. The National Defence Council which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate as it put it, " To carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot."

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of,  , as thousands demonstrators marched for a fourth successive day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least 6 people have been killed in clashes with security forces, including an eleven-year-old boy.

World news from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast Young Patriots Movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gabgo, who's refused to leave the presidency since last November's election. In the city of Abajan, pro- youth chanted threats to supporters of Mr  's rival Alassane Ouattara, who's internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of  , a BBC correspondent says thousands of people have fled voilence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substance have been detected in seawater near the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and Tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards while radioactive caesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of the United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. () was speaking at the emergency meeting at the IAEA. () reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and Tsunami proareas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr () now wants to improve coordination among experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He's confident that this goal will be achieved. But an international response to a nuclear crisis needs to be reassessed.

President Obama's called for a new relationship between the US and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said that Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and safety of the US.

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BBC News with R. Macdonald.fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce UN resolution to end attacks on cilvilians by Gadaffi's forces. at least 9 people reported have been killed by forces loyal to Libyan leader in the city of M the only big rebel strong hold city in western Libya.there were also clashes near A.in eastern Libya. H.P. reports.
we drove towards to A.the road is litterd with charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gadaffi's military. there were reports that his force has been repealed by the rebel, but just listen to this. it is the whistle of tank crack fired passed our car by government troops as the opposition fighters. a number of people were injured, some killed. despite the announcement of ceasefire, government forces were still attacking the rebels in the east and tried to hold on to the territory they have taken. even so the people in Benghazi have celebrating today, believing that the balance of power have now swung in their favour.
president Obama said that a part of American foreign policy Colonel Gadaffi
should leave office.
I also have stated that it is US policy that Colonel Gadaffi needs to go. and we get wide rang of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.

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BBC News with Fiona Mcdonald.

Fighting is continuing to rage in Libya despite some seventeen assaults from international aircraft trying to enforce an UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least 9 people were reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Abjadibia in eastern Libya as Inn Panel reports.
We drove towards Abjadibia. The road is littered with charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels. But just listen to this. It’s the whistle of a tank / fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of a ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east, and try to hold on to the territory they’ve taken. Even so the people in Benghazi have been celebrating today, believingt that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.

President Obama said it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.
I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. We’ve got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to spport that policy.
But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libya oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen Sali has insisted that the majority of Yemenese still support him. The president authority’s been shaken by high-level resignation in recent days. Andrew Walton at our Middle East desk reports.
The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow, among the latest, a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribe leader, but President Sali remains defiant. The source close to him told the BBC that the President would not stand down, and would call elections late in the year. The National Defense Council which the President chairs, said the army would not hesitate as it put, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plots.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Dera as thousands of demonstrators marched for a 4th successive day, calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least 6 people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC,

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast Yong Patriots Movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for / who’s refused to leave presidency since last November election. In the city of Ababijan the pro-Bangbone units chanted threats to supporters of Mr. Bagboe’s rival / who is internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of Braki a BBC correspondent says thousands of people have fled violence in Ababijan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.

Enormously high- level radioactive substances have been detected in seawater near the Fukishima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radioactive Iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards while radioactive / levels are 25 times the official limits. Earlier the head of the United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation was stil very serious at the plant. Yukia was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyie reports.
The IAEA chief has called for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami probe areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr. Yukia now wants improved coordination among efforts during the early stages of the nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stablizing the nuclear reactors at Fukishima and restoring safety. He is confident this will be achieved. But the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal parternership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity ans security of the US.

BBC News.
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Fighting is continuing to rage in Libya despite some 70% x from international aircraft trying to force a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Mizrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes in A in eastern Libya as Ian Pannel reports.

We drove towards A. The road is littered with charred and smoked remains of Colonel Gaddafi's millitary. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels. But just listen to this...It's the whistle of a tank round  fired passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of a ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swan in their favor.

President Obama said it's part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

I've also stated there it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we've got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.

But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fight in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the middle east. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The president of Yemen Ali has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president authority has been shaken by high level resignations in recent days.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow, among the latest a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribe leader. But president Sali remains defiant. A source close to him told the bbc that the president would not step down and would call elections later in the year. The national defence council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesistate, as it put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Dehra as thousands of demonstrators marched for a fourth successive day calling for greater freeedom and an end to corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces including an 11 year-old boy.

World news from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast Young Patriots Movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo who refuses to leave presidency since last November's election. In the city of Abidjan, pro-Gbagbo youth chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo's rival AO who's internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of xx, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people have fled violence in Abidjan arriving every day,many describing their terror as the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances have been detected in sea water in Japan near the Fukushima nuclear plant which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive x levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards while radioactive x levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier the head of the United Nations nuclear agency said the situation at the plant was still serious. Uyika Amono was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA.

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President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America, x equal partnership and share responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was foundamental to the security and prosperity of the US
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Fighting is continuing to rage.....

[Homework]BBC 2011-03-22

BBC News with Fiona MacDonald                                                   

Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some seventy sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces.At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata,the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya.There were also clashes in Ajdabiya in eastern Libya as Ian Pannell reports.


We drove towards Ajdabiya,the road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi's military.There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels.But just listen to this.It's the whistle of the tank round,fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters.A number of people injured,some killed.Despite the announcement of the ceasefire,government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken.Even so,the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.


President Obama said that it's part of American foreign police that Colonel Gaddafi should leave his office.


I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go.And we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.


But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke,loud explosions  were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.


Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya.Prices rose nearly 1.5% to on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruption elsewhere in the Middle East.Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.


The President of Yemen,Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him.The president's authority has been shaken by high level resignations in recent days.Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.


The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow. Among the latest the prominent general,a number of other officers and  a senior tribal leader that President Saleh remains defiant.A source close to him told the BBC the president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year.The national defense council which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate as it put it to carry out its duty in face of any coup plot.


Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of protestors marched for a forth successive day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption.At least six people have died in clashes with security forces including an 11-year-old boy.


World news from the BBC.


Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast's Young Patriots movement have answered a call to join the army to fight against Laurent Gbagbo,who refused to leave presidency since last November's election.In the city of Abidjan,the Pro-Gbagbo used chanted threats to supporters of Mr. Gbagbo's rival,Alassane Quattara who's internationally recognized as having won the elections.(就听到这里了。还要去练口语。。今天回        母校和以前的班导吃了个饭。喝了点小酒。回到宿舍已经很晚了)

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least nine people were reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya, in eastern Libya, as Ian Pannell reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya. The road is littered with / and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his troops had been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this. It’s the whistle of a tank round fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of a ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they’ve taken. Even so, the people of Bengahzi had been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favour.

President Obama said it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. Ad we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.

But he stressed that the current Western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after President Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president’s authority has been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East Desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow. Among the latest, a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC the president just wouldn’t stand down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defense Council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate, as it put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators march for the fourth successive say calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast’s Young Patriots Movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of mr Gbagbo’s rival Allasane Ouattara, who’s internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who’ve fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.  

Abnormally high levels of radio-active substances have been detected in the sea water near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radio-active iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards, while radio-active ceasium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of the United Nations nuclear agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of n system ws designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants improved coordination between experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactor at Fukushima and restoring safety. He is confident that this will be achieved but that the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and safety of the US.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-22

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fighting is continuing to range in lybia  despite some seventy sorties from international aircraft try to enforce UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by kernal cadafii's forces,at least nine people reported to be killed by forces loyal to libya leader in the city of misrata. the only big rebel stronghold in west libya.there were also clashes near angdibia in east libya ,as reports:
we drove toward drabia,the road is litterd with chared smoking remain w kernal cadaffi 's millitary. there were reports that forces has been repelled by rebels,but just listen to this it's the whistle of  tank  fired passed on by government troop at the opposition fighters.a number of people were injured some  killed despite the annoucement of ceasefire government forces still attacking the rebels  in east  try to hold on to the territory they taken even so ,the people in bagazazi has been celebrating today ,believeing the balance of power has now swaving to their favour
president obama sent its part of america foregn policy that kernal kazzafii should leave the office i also have stated that it is us policy bid kazafii need to go we got a wide range of tool in addition to our millitary efforts to support that policy,but he stess that current west  millitary operation in libya were about to  protect civillian shortly after mr obama 's spoke, loudes exposion were reported near kernal gadaffii 's compound in tripoli.
oil prices surges again after latest air struck against libya,prices rules nearly one and half percent on fears the prolonged fighting in libya and supply else where in middle east libya oil exports has been halted by the uprising.
the president of yema of abudula has assistence of majority of yamenise who still support him .the president athority has been shaken by high level resignation in recent days.abudla in the east delly reports:

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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

Fighting is continued to rage in Libya, despite some seventy sorties from international aircraft, trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel-stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya, as Ian Pannell reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya, the road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that these forces had been repelled by the rebels. But just listen to this.
It’s the whistle of a tank around, fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed, despite the announcement to pro ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they’ve taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.

President Obama said that it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.
I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go and we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.
But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted that the majority of Yemeni still support him. The president’s authority has been shaken by high level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East decent reports:

The list of senior of figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow, among the latest, a prominent General, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC the president would not step down and would call elections later in the year. The national defense council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate as it putted to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa, as thousands of demonstrators marched for a fourth successive day, calling for greater freedom and an end to the corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast young patriots movement have answered a call to joined the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan the pro-Gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of Mr. Gbagbo’s rival Alassane Quattara, who’s international recognized as having won the election.

In the northern city Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people have fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high rivals of radioactive substances have been detected in sea water near Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive iodine levels over 100 times higher than government set standards, while radioactive cesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier the head of the United Nations Unclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Ameno was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA, Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards, beginning with earthquake and tsunami prone areas. He says the existing system was designed in the week of Chernobyl nuclear in 1986. Mr. Ameno now wants improved coordination among experts during the early stages of nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He is confident this would be achieved, but that the current international response to a unclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America, based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News.
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Fighting has continue to rage in Libya despite some seventy stories from international aircraft trying to enforce the UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Col. Gadhafi forces. At least nine people reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libya leader in city of Misrata, the only big rebel strong hold in western Libya. There are also Ajdabiya in eastern Libya as Imparmor reports.
We drove toward Ajdabiya the road is litterred with chars somking remains of Col. Gadhafi millitary. They will report that these forces have been repelled by the rebel. We just listen to this: It is the whistle of tank crowd, fired past our car by government troops at the oppsition fighters.A number of people were injured some killed, desipte the announcement ** government forces are still attacking the rebel in the east and try to hold on to the terrotry they've taken. Even so, people in Bangazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power have now slant in their favor.
Presdent Obama said it's part of Amercian foreign policy that Col. Gadhafi should leave office.
I also have stated that it is US policy that Gadhafi needs to go, we got a wide range of tools in addition of our millitary afforts, to support that policy.
But it stressed that current western millitary operation in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama's spoke, loud explosion were reported near Col. Gadhafi compound in Tripli.
Oil price have surged again after the latest airstrike against Libya. Price rules nearly one and a half percent on fears pelong fighting in Libya and supply distruptions airsquare in Middle East.
Libya oil exports have been halted by the upraising.(待续)


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