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I am Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli troops backed by tanks and warplanes fought fierce battles today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in Israel's deadliest raid on the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could derail the US-led peace effort.

 

Secretary of State Kondoleeza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US State Department now confirms that she has added Egypt to her itinerary. VOA's David Gollust has more.

 

Rice is expected to meet Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly-added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli air strikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who control Gaza have also escalated, with Israeli warnings of larger retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush administration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which it considers a terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb arms smuggling. She flies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers' meeting likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Gollust, VOA News, the State Department.

 

The US decision to deploy naval vessels off the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro-Syrian Hezbollah group. And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail a potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the show of forces meant specifically for Syria, which Washington considers a distablizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.

 

After a 6-month decline civilian deaths in Iraq were up again in February, an increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of sectarian violence.

 

The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week-long assault on Kurdish rebels. But Turkey's top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General Yasar Buyukanit told a Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.

 

Pakistani police have formally charged a top Taliban and al-Qaida linked leader with the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Police filed preliminary charges against Baitullah Mehsud and four others in an anti-terrorism court. The Pakistani government and the US Central Intelligence Agency have accused Mersud of plotting the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister.

 

One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in northwestern Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's volatile Swat Valley.

 

Armenian opposition leader Levon Ter-Petrosian says he is under house arrest after police broke up an 11-day protest in the capital Yerevan. Witnesses say hundreds of Armenian police swept through a tent city today beating protestors while clearing Freedom Square. However later hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protests.

 

North Korean leader Kim Jong-il visited the Chinese Embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator on North Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the stalled nuclear disarmament talks.

 

Near Guatemala city a crowded bus skidded off a highway and plunged into a ravine killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authorities say speeding may be the cause. Guatemalan buses are frequently overcrowded and must navigate poorly maintained roads.

 

I am Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

 

Vocabulary

 

stalemate:  a situation in which no progress can be made.n,v. 僵持状态,陷于困境
Armenia:  a landlocked republic in southwestern Asia which was one of the world's oldest civilizations. n. 亚美尼亚
Guatemala: a republic in Central America, noted for low per capita income and illiteracy; politically unstable. 危地马拉
skid: slide without control.vt 打滑刹车(制件缺陷). skid off 滑出路面
ravine: a deep narrow steep-sided valley (especially one formed by running water)n. 峡谷,山峡,溪谷

[ 本帖最后由 扶摇而上 于 2008-3-13 22:51 编辑 ]
作者: zhangwater6    时间: 2008-3-2 10:34

homework: 9:47 I am Bill Thomson from the VOA news center in Washington.
   Israeli troops backed by tanks and warplanes fought fierce battles today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in the Israel's deadliest raid in the terrority in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could be railed the US led peace effort.
   Secretary of State Kondoleeza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US state department now comfirms that she is added Egypt to her itenirory. VOA's David Galus has more.


   Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and foreign minister Amerd Aboright in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly added stop on the trip reflecting growing US abrehention over the situation in Gaza. Israeli airstrikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Retorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who controlled Gaza have also escolated. with Israeli warnings of large retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the  rocket fire. The Bush administration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which it considers a town of rest organization. Though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curbomb smuggling. She replies later in the week to Brussiles for a NATO foreign ministers meeting likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Galus VOA news. The state department.


   The US decision to deploy naval vesicles of the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro Syrian Hezbela group. And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to detail the potential solution to the political stayl made in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the show of forces meant specifically for Syria, which Washington considers a distablizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.
  After a 6 month decline civilian deaths in Iraq were up again in Febuary and increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of secterian violence. The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week long assault on Kurdish rebels. But Turkey's top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General Nishar Bukinit told a Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.


  Pakistani police have formally charged a top Taliban and a Al Quaed link leader with the murder of former prime minister Benizier Bhuto. Police file preliminary charges against Baitolamusood and four others in an antiterrorism court. The Pakistani government and the US central intelligence agency have accused Mersood of plotting of the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister.
  One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in northwest Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's voleto Swot Valley.


  Ameilian opposition leader Levon Tepotrisi-on says he is under house arrest after police broke up an 11 day protest in the capital Yeovan. Witnesses say hundreds of Aleilian police swept through a ten city today beating protestors while clearing freedom square. However later hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protests.
   North Korean leader Kimjohnyil visited the Chinese ambbassy in Pingyang today while the chief US negotiator in north Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the stoled nuclear disarmament talks.


   Negratamala city a crowded bus skitted off a highway and plundged into a revine killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authorities say speeding may be the cause. Gatamalan buses are frequently over crowded and was narrigate pully maintain roads.
   I am Bill Thomson, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com. 10:26

[ 本帖最后由 zhangwater6 于 2008-3-2 10:40 编辑 ]
作者: myconsent    时间: 2008-3-2 11:02

on zhangwater6

 

homework 9:47 I am Bill Thomson from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Israeli troops backed by tanks and warplanes fought fierce battles today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in the Israel's deadliest raid in the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could be railed the US led peace effort.

 

   Secretary of State Kondoleeza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US state department now confirms that she is out of Egypt to her itinerary. VOA's David Galus has more.

 

   Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and foreign minister Amerd Aboright in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli airstrikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who controlled Gaza have also escalated. with Israeli warnings of large retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush administration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which it considers a terrorist organization. though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb arms smuggling. She replies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers meeting likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Galus VOA news. The state department.

 

   The US decision to deploy naval vesicles off the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro Syrian Hezbela group. And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail the potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the show of forces meant specifically for Syria, which Washington considers a distablizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.

 

  After a 6 month decline civilian deaths in Iraq were up again in February and increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of violence. The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week long assault on Kurdish rebels. But Turkey's top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General Nishar Bukinit told a Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.

 

  Pakistani police have formally charged a top Taliban and Al Quaed link leader with the murder of former prime minister Benizier Bhuto. Police file preliminary charges against Baitolamusood and four others in an antiterrorism court. The Pakistani government and the US central intelligence agency have accused Mersood of plotting of the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister.

  One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in northwest Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's voleto Swot Valley.

 

  Armenian opposition leader Levon Tepotrisi-on says he is under house arrest after police broke up an 11 day protest in the capital Yeovan. Witnesses say hundreds of Aleilian police swept through a ten city today beating protestors while clearing freedom square. However later hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protests.

 

   North Korean leader Kimjohnyil visited the Chinese embassy in Pingyang today while the chief US negotiator in north Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the staled nuclear disarmament talks.

 

   Near Guatemala city a crowded bus skidded off a highway and plunged into a ravine killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authorities say speeding may be the cause. Guatemalan buses are frequently over crowded and was navigate poorly maintained roads.

 

   I am Bill Thomson, VOA news. More news on the Internet at voanews.com. 10:26


作者: 博文玛雅    时间: 2008-3-2 11:47

Join Larry Growth from the mountain stage after the news on VOA Music Mix.I'm Bill Thompson from the VOA news center in Washington.
Israeli troops backed by tanks and warplanes fought a fierce battle today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel.At least 33 Palestinians were killed in Israel's deadliest raid on the territory in more than a year.Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children.The others were said to be Palestinian militants.Some fear the violence could derail the US-led peace effort.Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week.And the US State Department now confirms that she added Egypt to her itinerary.VOA's David Galas has more."Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and foreign minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Cairo next Tuesday in the newly added stop on the trip reflecting growing US upperhensional over the situation in Gaza.Israeli airstrikes into Gaza retarliating for rocket fire into the Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days.Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who control Gaza have also escalated with Israeli warings of a larger retaliatory actions including possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire.The Bush administration rejects dialogue with Hamas which is considered a terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group.US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb bomb smuggling.She flies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers' meeting likely to be dominated by the discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan.David Galas,VOA news,the State Department."
The US decision to deploy navy vessels off the coastal Lebanon has joined the criticism from the pro-Syrian Hebalah group.And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment.He told reporters in Damascas that Washington is trying to derail the potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut.US officials would not say whether the sail forces is meant specificly for Syria which Washington considers a destabilizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.
After a six month decline,civilian death in Iraq were up again in Feberuary and increased 30% over January.The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of sectarian violence.
The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from  northern Iraq after a weeklong assault on Kurdish rebels.The Turkish top military commander said the withdrawal was not the result of the pressure from the US.General / told the Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for apparently military reasons.He said the troops had accomplished their mission against the Kurdish rebels.
Pakistani police have formally charged the top Taliban and Al-Qaeda linked leader with the murder of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto.Police have filed preliminary charges against / and four others in anti-terrorism court.Pakistani government and the US Central Intelligence Agency has accused / of plotting 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister.
One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in the suicide bomb attack today in northwestern Pakistan.Authorities said the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's volatile Swap valley.
Armenian opposition leader / says he is under house arrest after police broke up a 11-day protest in the capital /.Witnesses say hundreds of Armenian police swept through the tensed city today beating protesters today while clearing Freedom square.However later hundreds of activists returned and resumed the protests.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Ill visited the Chinese embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator on North Korea arrived in Beijing as effort's continued to revive the stalled nulcear disarmament talks.
Near Guatamala city,a crowded bus skipped at off the highway and plunged into a ravine killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 50 others.Authorities say speeding may be the cause.Guatmalan buses are frequently overcrowded and were / skipped poorly maintained roads.

作者: clovershioong    时间: 2008-3-2 15:18     标题: VOA 20080302

Homework
At least thirty-three Palestine civilians were killed in a Israeli deadly ram on the territory more than a year Palestine hospital official say about half of those were killed were civilians including at least two children, the others were said to be Palestine’s militancy. Some feel the violence could derisory the US led peace effort, sectary of State Condolence Rice is scheduled to visit that region next week, and US state department now has confirmed she is at Egypt to her territory. VOA David Dallas has more. Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president Hasin Mubar and former minister Ahu Mobala in Carol next Tuesday in a newly start about troop reflecting growing US comprehension over the situation in Gaza. Iselin air strike intoGazawere rotary eighteen was due Israeli towns near the Copestone strip. At least killed more than thirty people includingPalestine’s civilians along with militancy in the last two days.
作者: godofeat    时间: 2008-3-2 15:59

on above

 

I’m Bill Thompsn from the VOA news center in Washington. Israeli troops backed tanks and war planes fought fierce battle today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in Israel’s deadliest raid on the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital official say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could be railed the US-led peace effort. Secretary of state Condoleezza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week and US state department now confirm that she is out of Egypt to her itinerary. VOA David Galas has more.

 

“Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president Mubarak and foreign minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli airstrikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leader who controlled Gaza have also escalated with Israeli warnings of larger retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush ministration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which is considered as terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb bomb smuggling. She flies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers meeting, likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Galas, VOA news, the state department.

 

The US decision to deploy naval vessels of the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro-Syrian Hezbollah group. And Syrian former minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail a potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US official would not say whether the shore forces is meant specifically for Syrian which Washington considers a destabilizing influence in Lebanon and other areas. After a six months decline civilian death in Iraq were up again in February and increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of sectarian violence. The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week-long assault on Kurdish rebels. The Turkey’s top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressures from the US. General Nishar Bukinit told the Turkish newspaper was for purely military reasons. He says the troops have accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels. Pakistani police have formally charged the top Taliban and Al-Qaeda-link leader with the murder of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. Police have filed preliminary charges against ? and four others in an anti-terrorist court. The Pakistani government and the US central intelligence agency have accused ? of plotting the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister. One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in north-western Pakistan. Authority says the bomber rammed his car into other vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region volatile Swap valley.

 

Armenian opposition leader LTP says he is under house arrest after police broke up an eleven day protest in the capital of Yerevan. Witnesses say hundreds of Armenian police swept through a ten city today beating protestors while clearing freedom square. However, later, hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protest. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il visited the Chinese embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator on North Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to resolve nuclear disarmament talks. Near Guatemala city, a crowded bus skied off a highway and plunged into a ravine, killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authority says speeding maybe the cause while Guatemala buses are frequently over-crowded and must navigate poorly-maintained roads. I’m bill Thompson, VOA news. More news on the internet at VOAnews.com.

 


作者: ahnulxy    时间: 2008-3-2 16:17

On myconsent

 

homework 9:47 I am Bill Thomson from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Israeli troops backed by tanks and warplanes fought fierce battles today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in the Israel's deadliest raid in the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could derailed the US led peace effort.

 

   Secretary of State Kondoleeza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US state department now confirms that she is out of Egypt to her itinerary. VOA's David Galus has more.

 

   Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and foreign minister Amerd Aboright in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli airstrikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who controlled Gaza have also escalated. with Israeli warnings of large retaliatory reactions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush administration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which it considers a terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb arms smuggling. She replies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers meeting likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Galus VOA news. The state department.

 

   The US decision to deploy naval vessels off the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro Syrian Hezbela group. And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail the potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the show of forces meant specifically for Syria, which Washington considers a distablizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.

 

  After a 6 month decline civilian deaths in Iraq were up again in February and increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of violence. The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week long assault on Kurdish rebels. But Turkey's top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General Nishar Bukinit told a Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.

 

  Pakistani police have formally charged a top Taliban and Al Quaed link leader with the murder of former prime minister Benizier Bhuto. Police file preliminary charges against Baitolamusood and four others in an antiterrorism court. The Pakistani government and the US Central Intelligence Agency have accused Mersood of plotting of the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister.

  One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in northwest Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's voleto Swot Valley.

 

  Armenian opposition leader Levon Tepotrisi-on says he is under house arrest after police broke up an 11 day protest in the capital Yeovan. Witnesses say hundreds of Aleilian police swept through a ten city today beating protestors while clearing freedom square. However later hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protests.

 

   North Korean leader Kimjohnyil visited the Chinese embassy in Pingyang today while the chief US negotiator in north Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the staled nuclear disarmament talks.

 

   Near Guatemala city a crowded bus skidded off a highway and plunged into a ravine killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authorities say speeding may be the cause. Guatemalan buses are frequently over crowded and was navigated poorly maintained roads.

 

   I am Bill Thomson, VOA news. More news on the Internet at voanews.com. 10:26


作者: ly508    时间: 2008-3-2 18:11     标题: homework

Israeli troops backed by tanks, war planes, fought fierce battles today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in Israel’s deadly / territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least 2 children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants.

Some feared the violence could be railed the US-led peace effort. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US state department now confirms that she is at Egypt to /. VOA’ David / has more. Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president / and foreign Minister / in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly added stop on the trip, reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli air strikes into Gaza retaliating for worked firing into Israeli towns near the coastal strip, had killed more than 30 people, including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last 2 days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who controlled Gaza have also escalated the Israeli warnings of larger retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket flyer. The Bush administration rejects in a dialogue with Hamas which considers a terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to / smuggling. She flies later in the week to Brussels  NATO Foreign Minister’s meeting likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David /, VOA News, the State Department.

 

The US’ decision to deploy / vessels of the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro-Syrian / group, and Syria’s foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail a potential solution to the political / made in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the show of forces means specifically for Syria which Washington considers a destabilizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.

 

After a 6-month decline, civilian deaths in Iraq were up again in February and an increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of sectarian violence.

 

The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week long assault on Kurdish rebels. The Turkey’s top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General / told the Turkish newspapers that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says their troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.

 

Pakistani police have formally charged the Taliban and Al-Quada linked leader with the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Police have filed preliminary charges against / and four others in anti-terrorism court. The Pakistani government and the US Central Intelligence Agency have accused / of December 27th’s gun and suicide attack on the former Prime Minister.

 

One person has been killed in more than a dozen wounding in a suicide bomb attack today in northwest Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber ran his car into a vehicle. One day, / 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region of /.

 

/ Opposition leader / says he is under health of arrest after police broke up an eleven-day protest in the capital /. Witnesses say hundreds of / police swept through a 10-city today, meeting protesters while clearing freedom square. An hour later, hundreds of activists return and resume the protests.

 

North Korea leader / is visiting the Chinese embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator and North Korea arrive in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the / nuclear disarmament talks.

 

/ City, a crowded bus skidded off a highway and plunged into a ravine, killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authorities say speeding may be the cause. /buses are frequently overcrowded and navigated poorly-maintained roads.

 

 


作者: minnie1003    时间: 2008-3-2 18:16     标题: HOMEWORK

 

 

I am Bill Tompson from the voa news center in Washington.

 

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The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawed from Northern Iraq after a week long assult on Kurdish rebels. But Turkish top military commender says the withdraw was not the result of pressure from the US. General * told the Turkish newspaper the withdraw was for purely military reasons , he said the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.

 

Pakistani police formally charged Taliban and Al-Queada link leader with the murder of former pre-minister B B. Police **charges against, and two others are anti-terrorisim. Pakistani goverment and the US central intelligence agency have accused ***December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former pre-minister. One person has been killed, and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomber attack today in north Pakistan. Authority say the bomber rent his car into another vehicle. One day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bomber in a region's valley.

 

Aminia opposition leader L says he is under housearrest after police broke up an eleven day protest capital Yerevan. Witness say hunders of Aminia police swept throught ten city today beating protesters while clearning freedom square, however later, hunderds of actives returned and resume the protests.

 

North Korean leader Kingzhengri visited the Chinese embassy in  Pingyang while the Chief US negotiater in North Korea arrived in Beiijng, as efforts continue the rev * nuclear *talks.

 

Near G city a crowded bus skiped off a highway and plouged into a re, killing at least 45 pessangers and injuring 15 others. Authority say speeding maybe the cause, G buses are frequently over crowded  and matain .

 

I am Bill Tompson , voa news. More news on the internet at voa news. com.


作者: minnie1003    时间: 2008-3-2 18:46

On above I’m Bill Thompsn from the VOA news center in Washington. Israeli troops backed by tanks and war planes fought fierce battle today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in Israel’s deadliest raid on the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital official say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could be railed the US-led peace effort. Secretary of state Condoleezza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week and US state department now confirm that she is out of Egypt to her itinerary. VOA David Galas has more. “Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president H* Mubarak and foreign minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli airstrikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leader who controlled Gaza have also escalated with Israeli warnings of larger retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush ministration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which is considered as terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb bomb smuggling. She flies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers meeting, likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Galas, VOA news, the state department. The US decision to deploy naval vessels of the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro-Syrian Hezbollah group. And Syrian former minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail a potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US official would not say whether the shore forces is meant specifically for Syrian which Washington considers a destabilizing influence in Lebanon and other areas. After a six months decline civilian death in Iraq were up again in February and increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of sectarian violence. The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week-long assault on Kurdish rebels. The Turkey’s top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressures from the US. General Nishar Bukinit told the Turkish newspaper was for purely military reasons. He says the troops have accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels. Pakistani police have formally charged the top Taliban and Al-Qaeda-link leader with the murder of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. Police have filed preliminary charges against ? and four others in an anti-terrorist court. The Pakistani government and the US central intelligence agency have accused ? of plotting the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister. One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in north-western Pakistan. Authority says the bomber rammed his car into other vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region volatile Swap valley. Armenian opposition leader LTP says he is under house arrest after police broke up an eleven day protest in the capital of Yerevan. Witnesses say hundreds of Armenian police swept through a ten city today beating protestors while clearing freedom square. However, later, hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protest. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il visited the Chinese embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator on North Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to resolve nuclear disarmament talks. Near Guatemala city, a crowded bus skied off a highway and plunged into a ravine, killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authority says speeding maybe the cause while Guatemala buses are frequently over-crowded and must navigate poorly-maintained roads. I’m bill Thompson, VOA news. More news on the internet at VOAnews.com.
作者: yoyogo    时间: 2008-3-3 10:00     标题: homework

I am Bill Thompson, from the VOA news center in Washington Israeli troops backed by tanks and war planes fought fierce battle today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in Israel's deadliest raid on the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians, including at least 2 children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could derail the US-led peace effort. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US state department now confirms she has added Egypt to her itinerary. VOA's David Galas has more. Rice is expected to meet Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and foreign minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly-added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli air strikes to Gaza retaliating for rocket fire aimed at Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people, including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who control Gaza have also escalated with Israeli warnings of large retaliative reactions, including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush administration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which is considered as a terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb bomb smuggling. She flies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers meeting, likely to be dominated by discussions of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Galas, VOA news, the state department. The US decision to deploy naval vessels off the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro-Syria Hezbollah group. And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail a potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the shore forces meant specifically for Syria which Washington considers a destabilizing influence in Lebanon and other areas. After 6 months of declines civilian death in Iraq were up again in February, an increasing of 30% over January. January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30, 000 more troops to Iraq to quell the wave of sectarian violence. The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week-long assault on Kurdish rebels. But Turkish top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General Nishar Bukinit told the Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels. Pakistani police have formally charged the top Taliban and Al-Qaida-linked leader with the murder of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. Police have filed preliminary charges against B M and four others in an anti-terrorist court. The Pakistani government and the US Central Intelligence Agency have accused M of plotting the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister. One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in northwestern Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's volatile Swati valley. Armenian opposition leader L T says he is under house arrest after police broke up an eleven day protest in the capital of Yerevan. Witnesses say hundreds of Armenian police swept through a tense city today, beating protestors while clearing freedom square. However, later hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protest. North Korea's leader Kim Jung Il visited the Chinese embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator and North Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the stalled nuclear disarmament talks. Near Guatemala City, A crowded bus skidded off a highway and plunged into a ravine, killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authority says speeding may be the cause. Guatemalan buses are frequently overcrowded with navigating poorly maintained roads. I am Bill Thompson, VOA news. More news on the internet at VOAnews. com.
作者: April18    时间: 2008-3-3 16:00

on ahnulxy

 

强烈呼吁听VOA的亲爱的桐子们,注意格式啊,分段~还有要写明修改谁的,如果您写on above,后面的人不知道您是修改上一篇修改稿呢,还是修改您上面的hw,这样越到后面越容易乱套啊~希望大家能够遵守听写规则嘛,利人利己,何乐而不为呢:)另外人名也希望大家能去网上确认下,听音辩词是好事,可是辨认后还要检查下对不对呀~不然听音辩词的过程就是不完整的呵呵~

 

I am Bill Thompson from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Israeli troops backed by tanks and warplanes fought fierce battles today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in / Israel's deadliest raid on the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could derail the US-led peace effort.

 

Secretary of State Kondoleeza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US State Department now confirms that she has added Egypt to her itinerary. VOA's David Galus has more.

 

Rice is expected to meet Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly-added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli air strikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who control Gaza have also escalated, with Israeli warnings of larger retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush administration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which it considers a terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb arms smuggling. She flies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers meeting likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Galus, VOA news, the State Department.

 

The US decision to deploy naval vessels off the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro-Syrian Hezbollah group. And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail a potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the show of forces meant specifically for Syria, which Washington considers a distablizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.

 

After a 6 month decline civilian deaths in Iraq were up again in February, an increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of sectarian violence.

 

The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week-long assault on Kurdish rebels. But Turkey's top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General Yasar Buyukanit told a Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.

 

Pakistani police have formally charged a top Taliban and al-Qaida linked leader with the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Police filed preliminary charges against Baitullah Mehsud and four others in an anti-terrorism court. The Pakistani government and the US Central Intelligence Agency have accused Mersud of plotting / the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister.

 

One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in north-western Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's volatile Swat Valley.

 

Armenian opposition leader Levon Ter-Petrosian says he is under house arrest after police broke up an 11-day protest in the capital Yerevan. Witnesses say hundreds of Armenian police swept through a tent city today beating protestors while clearing Freedom Square. However later hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protests.

 

North Korean leader Kim Jong-il visited the Chinese Embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator on North Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the stalled nuclear disarmament talks.

 

Near Guatemala city a crowded bus skidded off a highway and plunged into a ravine killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authorities say speeding may be the cause. Guatemalan buses are frequently overcrowded and must navigate poorly maintained roads.

 

I am Bill Thompson, VOA news. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

[ 本帖最后由 April18 于 2008-3-3 19:29 编辑 ]
作者: 奥斯卡尔查尔    时间: 2008-3-5 10:40

on April18

April 说的很对,希望大家共同遵守put听写规则,营造一个听写好环境!

 

I am Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Israeli troops backed by tanks and warplanes fought fierce battles today with Palestinian militants near two northern Gaza towns in an effort to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. At least 33 Palestinians were killed in Israel's deadliest raid on the territory in more than a year. Palestinian hospital officials say about half of those killed were civilians including at least two children. The others were said to be Palestinian militants. Some fear the violence could derail the US-led peace effort.

 

Secretary of State Kondoleeza Rice is scheduled to visit the region next week. And the US State Department now confirms that she has added Egypt to her itinerary. VOA's David Gollust has more.

 

Rice is expected to meet Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit in Cairo next Tuesday in a newly-added stop on the trip reflecting growing US apprehension over the situation in Gaza. Israeli air strikes into Gaza retaliating for rocket firings into Israeli towns near the coastal strip have killed more than 30 people including Palestinian civilians along with militants in the last two days. Rhetorical exchanges between Israel and Hamas leaders who control Gaza have also escalated, with Israeli warnings of larger retaliatory actions including a possible ground offensive to quell the rocket fire. The Bush administration rejects any dialogue with Hamas which it considers a terrorist organization though Egypt does speak to the group. US officials would like to see Egypt try harder to curb arms smuggling. She flies later in the week to Brussels for a NATO foreign ministers' meeting likely to be dominated by discussion of Kosovo and Afghanistan. David Gollust, VOA News, the State Department.

 

The US decision to deploy naval vessels off the coast of Lebanon is drawing criticism from the pro-Syrian Hezbollah group. And Syria's foreign minister is also criticizing the deployment. He told reporters in Damascus that Washington is trying to derail a potential solution to the political stalemate in Beirut. US officials would not say whether the show of forces meant specifically for Syria, which Washington considers a distablizing influence in Lebanon and other areas.

 

After a 6-month decline civilian deaths in Iraq were up again in February, an increase of 30% over January. The January civilian death toll was the lowest since last June when the United States sent 30,000 more troops to Iraq to quell a wave of sectarian violence.

 

The Turkish military says all of its troops have now withdrawn from northern Iraq after a week-long assault on Kurdish rebels. But Turkey's top military commander says the withdrawal was not the result of pressure from the US. General Yasar Buyukanit told a Turkish newspaper that the withdrawal was for purely military reasons. He says the troops had accomplished their mission against Kurdish rebels.

 

Pakistani police have formally charged a top Taliban and al-Qaida linked leader with the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Police filed preliminary charges against Baitullah Mehsud and four others in an anti-terrorism court. The Pakistani government and the US Central Intelligence Agency have accused Mersud of plotting the December 27th gun and suicide attack on the former prime minister.

 

One person has been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a suicide bomb attack today in northwestern Pakistan. Authorities say the bomber rammed his car into another vehicle one day after at least 40 people were killed in another suicide bombing in the region's volatile Swat Valley.

 

Armenian opposition leader Levon Ter-Petrosian says he is under house arrest after police broke up an 11-day protest in the capital Yerevan. Witnesses say hundreds of Armenian police swept through a tent city today beating protestors while clearing Freedom Square. However later hundreds of activists returned and resumed their protests.

 

North Korean leader Kim Jong-il visited the Chinese Embassy in Pyongyang today while the chief US negotiator on North Korea arrived in Beijing as efforts continue to revive the stalled nuclear disarmament talks.

 

Near Guatemala city a crowded bus skidded off a highway and plunged into a ravine killing at least 45 passengers and injuring 15 others. Authorities say speeding may be the cause. Guatemalan buses are frequently overcrowded and must navigate poorly maintained roads.

 

I am Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

 

stalemate:  a situation in which no progress can be made.n,v. 僵持状态,陷于困境
Armenia:  a landlocked republic in southwestern Asia which was one of the world's oldest civilizations. n. 亚美尼亚
Guatemala: a republic in Central America, noted for low per capita income and illiteracy; politically unstable. 危地马拉
skid: slide without control.vt 打滑刹车(制件缺陷). skid off 滑出路面
ravine: a deep narrow steep-sided valley (especially one formed by running water)n. 峡谷,山峡,溪谷

[ 本帖最后由 奥斯卡尔查尔 于 2008-3-5 10:42 编辑 ]




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