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This is in the news in VOA Special English.   
The conflict in Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.
President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday. Some in Congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action. Critics include members of his own Democratic Party.But a spokesman says the president was "well within" his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libyan military bases. The strikes began last Saturday.               
On Thursday, NATO - the North Atlantic Treaty Organization - agreed to take command of a "no-fly zone" over Libya. A Canadian general will head the alliance's operation there.        The United Nations Security Council approved the flight ban last week to protect civilians, including those in Benghazi. That eastern city is the center of a rebellion against Libyan leader 卡扎菲.Planes from an international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Benghazi. Earlier, the United Arab Emirates agreed to send twelve planes to help enforce the no-fly zone.Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be to oust 卡扎菲. But the United States says "regime change" is not the goal of the coalition.There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis. Colonel Gadhafi sent a delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday. But the rebels did not send a representative.Anti-government protests continued in other Arab countries, including ……, Yemen and Jordan.There were reports from southern …… on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Daraa, near the Jordanian border. Similar violence was reported there earlier in the week.Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across ……, including the capital. In Damascus, after Friday prayers, at least two hundred people demonstrated in support of the people of …….  Reuters news agency reported large numbers of arrests.The United States has condemned what it called "brutal repression of demonstrations" in ……. On Thursday the ……n government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law.In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued. The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation.………………On Friday Prime Minister ……described the situation as "very grave and serious." People living between twenty and thirty kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area.Police in Japan say more than ten thousand people are now known to have died in the March eleventh quake and tsunami. More than seventeen thousand are still missing. And about three hundred thousand are living in temporary shelters.
And that's in the news in VOA Special English.
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[Homework]【整理】SENEWS-2011-03-26

This is in the news in VOA special English. The conflict Libya and nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week. President Obama discussed the situation in Libya with congressional leader again Friday. Some in congress say he should have thought congressional approvel for American military action. Critics inclued memeber of his own democratic party.
But spokesman said the president was well within his consitutional right to order missile attcks on Libya military bases.The stikes began last Saturday.
On Tursday, NATO-the North Atlantic Treaty Orignation- agree to take command of no-fly zone over Libya.A Canadian general will hear the allience's operation there. The United Nation Security Council apporved the fight ban last week to protect civilian, including those in Bengazi. That Estern city is the center of rebellion against Libya leader Muammar Gadhafi.


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[Homework]【整理】SENEWS-2011-03-26

This is in the news in VOA special English.
The conflicting Libya  and nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.President Obama discuss the situation in Libya with congressional leaders again Friday. Some in congress say he should thought congressional approval for American military action.Critics seem to members of his own democratic party.But spokeman says the president was well with in his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on Libya military basis.The strikes begin last Saturday.On Thursday,Nato --the north Atlantic organization agree to take command of no-fly zone over Libya. A canadian general will head be aliances operation there.The United Nation Security Council approved the flight ban last week to protect civilians including those in Bxxx.That eastern  city is the center of rebellin against Libya leader Muxxx Gadhafi.Plane from international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libya military targets south of Bxx.Earlier,the United Arab Emirates agree to send 12 planes to help and force the nofly zone.Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians.Some wonder whether the object should be to oust kernal Gadhafi.But the Unites states says rexx change is not the goal of the coalition.
There are diploometic efforts to settle the crisis.Kernal Gadhafi send a delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday.But the rebels did not send a reprensentative.
Anti-goverment protest continued in other arab countries,including Syria,Yemen and Jordan. There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed 14 or more protesters.The protesters were trying to reach Daraa,near the Jordanian border. Similar violence was reported there earlier in the week.

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this is in the news in voa special english.the conflict in libya and the nuclear  crisis in japan were the two big stories this week.president obama discussed the situation in libya with congressional leaders again friday.some in congress say he should have sought congressional approval for american military action.critics...members of his own democratic party.but the spokesman says the president was well within his constitutional rights to order missile attacks on libya military bases.the strikes began last saturday.on thursday,NATO-the north atlantic treaty  organization agreed to take command of no fly zone over libya.a canadian general will head the  alliance's operation there.

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This is in the news in VOA Special English.

The conflict in Lybia and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week.President Obama discussed the situation in Lybia with Congressional Leaders again Friday.Some in Congress say he should have sought Congressional approval for American military action.Critics include members of his own democratic party.But a spokesman says the president was well within his constitutional right to order missle attacts on Lybian military bases.The stikes began last Saturday.On Thusday,NATO,the North Atkabtuc Treaty Organization agreed to take commend of no-fly zone over Lybia.A Canadian general were heard the alliance operation there.

The United Nation Security Council approved the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in Benghazi.That eastern city is the center of rebellion against Lybia leader Moammar Gadhafi.Planes from a inthernational coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Lyabian military targets south of Benghazi.Earlier,the United Arab * agreed to send twelve planes to help and force the no-fly zone.Many experts say air-power alone will not protect civilians.Some wonder whether the obejective should be to oust C Gadhafi.But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition.There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis.C Gadhafi sent the delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday.But the rebels did not send the representative.

Anti-government protests continued in other Arab countries including Syria,Yemen and Jordan.There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protesters.The protesters were trying to reach Daraa,near the Jordanian border.Similar violents was reported their earlier in the week.Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital.In *,after Friday prayers,at least two hundred people demonstrated in support of the people love Daraa.Reuter's News Agency reported large numbers of arrests.The United States has condemned what is called brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria.On Thursday the Syrian govenment said it will consider reforms including an end two years of emergency law.

In Japan,the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation.On Friday,Prime Minister Naoto Kan described the situation as very grave and serious.People living between twenty and thirty kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area.Police in Japan say more than ten thousand people are now known to have died in the March Eleventh quake and tsunami.More than seventeen thousand are still missing.And about three hundred thousand are living in temporary shelters.

And that's in the news in VOA Special English.I'm Steve Ember.

[Homework]SENEWS-2011-03-26

this is in the news in voa special english.the complete in libya and nuclear crisis in japan was the two big stroies this week.president obama discuss the situation in lybia with congratial leaders again friday.some in congress say he should have sovle congratiional approval for american military action.critic include memebers of his own democratic party.but spokeman says the prsident was well within is costitutional right to order missel attacks on lybian military basis.the strikes began last saturday. on thursday nato the north atlantic treaty orgnization agree to take command about no fly zone over lybia.a canadian general will have a license operation there.the united nation security counsel approve the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in bengaze.that eastern city is the center of rebelian against lybian leader muama gadafei.planes from international coallation carried out new strikes friday against lybian military targets south of bengaze.earlier the united arad amerates agree to send 12 planes to help enforece the no fly zone.many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians.some wonder whether the adjective should be to oust criminal gadafei.but the united sates says regime change is not the goal of the coallation.there are deplomatic efforts to settle the crisis.crinal gadafei send the delegation to meet with african officials delegation in eseebia on Friday.but the rebels did not send the representative. anti-goverment protest continued in other arab countries including seria,yeman and jordan.there were reports from southern seria on friday that security forces killed 15 or more protesters.the protesters were trying to reach dara near the jordanian border.similar violence was reported there earlier in the week.protesters  demanding freedom held demonstrations friday in several locations across seria including the capital.in demascs,after friday prayers at least 200 people demanstrated in support of the people lafe dara.walters news agency reported large numbers of arrests.the united states has condemn what they called pluto repression of demanstrations in seria.on thursday,the serian government said it will consider reform including in the end 2 years of emergency law.in japan,the nuclear emergency continued,the nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the fukushima
nuclear power station could release more radiation.on fiday ,priminister nowwonukan describle the situation as very grave and serious.people live in between 20 and 30 kilometers of fukushima has now been abise to leave the area.policy in japan say more than 10,000 people are now known to have died in the march 11th quake and sunami.more than 17,000 are still missing.and about 300,000 people are live in temporary shelters.and that is in the news in voa special english.i am steve ember.

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[Homework]SENEWS-2011-03-26
This is in the news in VOA Special English.
The conflict in Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan were the two big stories this week. President Obama discussed the situation in libya with congressional leaders again Friday. Some in congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action. Critics include members of his own democratic party.But a spokesman says the president was well within his constitutional right to order missile attacks on libya military bases. The strikes began last Saturday. On Thursday, NATO, the north Atlantic treaty organisation agreed to take command of a no-fly zone over Libya. A Canadian general will head the alliaces operation there. The United Nation Security Council approved the fly ban last week. To protect civilians including those in Bengasi. That eastern city is the centre of a rebellion against Libya leader Moammar Gadhafi. Planes from the international coalition carried out new stikes Friday against Libya military targets south of Bengasi. Earlier, the United Arab Eramits agreed to  send 12 planes to help and force the no-fly zone. Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be to oust colonel Gadhafi. But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition.  There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis. Colonel Gadhafi send the delegation to meet with African officials in Ethiopia on Friday.But the rebels did not send the representitive. Anti-government protest continued in other Arab countries including Syria, Yemen and Jordan. There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that secutity forces killed 15 or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Daraa near the Jordanian border. Similar violents was reported there earlier in the week. Protesters demanding freedom held demonstrations Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital.In Darnassus, after Friday prayers, at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the people of Daraa.Reuters news agency reported large numbers of arrests.The United States has condemned what it called brutal repression of demonstrations in Syria. On Thursday, the Syria government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law. In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued.The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the  Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation. On Friday, prime minister Naoto Kan describe the situation as very grave and serious. People living between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more than 10,000 people are now known to have died in the March 11th quake and tsunami. More than 17,000 are still missing and about 300,000 are living in temporary shelters.

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this is in the news in VOA speacil English.
the conflict in Libya and a nuclear crisis in Japan are two big stories this week.pre.obama discussed the situation  in libya with congresional(国会的) leaders Friday.Some in Congress say he should have sought congressional approval for American military action.critics include members of his old demoncratic party.but a sposeman said pre.was well within his constitutional rights to order missing attacks on libyan military basis.the stricks began last Saturday.on thurseday,NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, agree to take command of no-fly zone on the libya.A Canadian general will head the alliance operation there.

The United Nations Security Council approved the fly ban last week to protect civilians including those in Benghazi. That eastern city is the center of a rebelling against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. Planes from an international coalition carried out new strikes Friday against Libyan military targets south of Benghazi.  Earlier the United Arab Emeirates agree to send twelve planes to help and force the no-fly zone.  Many experts say air power alone will not protect civilians. Some wonder whether the objective should be oust Colonel Gadhafi. But the United States says regime change is not the goal of the coalition(结合). There are diplomatic efforts to settle the crisis.Col. Gadhafi sent the delegation to meet with the African officials in Ethiopia on Friday. But the rebels did not send a representative.Anti-government protests continue in other Arab countries including Syria, Yemen, and Jordan.  There were reports from southern Syria on Friday that security forces killed fifteen or more protesters. The protesters were trying to reach Daraa near the Jordanian border. Similar violence was reported earlier in the week.Protesters demanding freedom held demonstration Friday in several locations across Syria including the capital. In Danascus, after Friday prayers at least 200 people demonstrated in support of the people of Daraa.Reuter News Agency reported large number of arrests.The United States condemned what it called brutal repression of demonstration in Syria. On Thursday, the Syrian government said it will consider reforms including an end to years of emergency law.
In Japan, the nuclear emergency continued. The nation is dealing with new concerns that damage to the Fukushima nuclear power station could release more radiation. Prime Minster Naoto Kan described the situation as very grave and serious.People living between 20 and 30 kilometers of Fukushima have now been advised to leave the area. Police in Japan say more than 10,000 people are known to have died in the March 11th quake and tsunami. More than 17,000 are still missing. And about 300,000 are living in temporary shelters.
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