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【整理】VOA 2008-03-05【整理人】奥斯卡尔查尔

 

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is calling on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. "Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have taken place, and we are also very concerned about the humanitarian situation. " Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the foreign minister.

 

A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore's police chief says today's attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to a service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

 

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi.

 

Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border, between India and Pakistan, to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short, balding man, in his 60's, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney, who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens - often when they stray across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970's - a period when hostilities ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh's return to India is being seen as another symbol of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched a peace process in 2004. Anjana Pasricha for VOA News, New Delhi.


Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio are the two key states in today's balloting, because they have many more delegates than the small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican Party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.

 

The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of the international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice concern about Beijing's jump in defense spending. Naomi Martig reports from Hong Kong.

 

In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17. 6%, Japan's Defense Ministry repeated its calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian not to follow through with pro-independence plans, including efforts to seek United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Martig, VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of a UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burned beyond recognition. A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft.

 

The Organization of American States will hold an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's President says he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels encamped in Ecuador.

 

More details on these and more at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

[ 本帖最后由 扶摇而上 于 2008-3-13 23:03 编辑 ]
作者: 博文玛雅    时间: 2008-3-5 12:14

Homework.
From the VOA news center in Washington,I'm Frances Alonzo.
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has called on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately,saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations,not finger-pointing.Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians."Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have but taken place and we are also very concern about humanitarian situation."Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Husni Mubarak and the Foreign Minister.

A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the estern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others.Lahore police chief says today the attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to service gate at the Naval War College.He says one attacker blew himself up,allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion.There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan's jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities.Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi. "Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border between India and Pakistan to a hero's welcome from family members,Indian officials and scores of onlookers.Singh,a short balding man in his sixties,was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney who played a key role in his release.Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973,convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court.The Pakistani government later stayed his execution.Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens often when they stay across land or sea borders.Some cases date back to the 1970s-a period when hostility ran deep after the rivals fought two wars.Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds.Singh's return to India is being seen another sample of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched peace process in 2004.Anjana Pasricha for VOA news,New Delhi."

Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senator Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama battled for support for the Democratic party nomination.Texas and Ohio are the two key states in today's balloting because they had many more delegates than the small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island.On the Republican side,Senator John McCain could secure the Republican party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.

The Japanese Defence Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%.Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice its concern about Beijing's jumping defence spending.Naomi Martig reports from Hongkong."In a statement released just hours after China announced  plans to increase its military budget by 17.6%,Japan's Defence Ministry repeated his calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military.This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military.Experts say Beijing's military strength is expecially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defence announcement,officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Suibian not to follow through pro-independence plans including efforts to secure United Nations membership under the name Taiwan.China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland.Naomi Matig,VOA news, Hongkong."

Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of the UN helicopter that crashed down Monday.Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burnt beyond recongnition.A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft.

The Organization of American States will hold emergency meeting today in attempt to peacefully resolve the dispute involving Colombia,Ecuador and Venezuela which have sent troops to their borders.Ecuador's President says that he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels in camp in Ecuador.

More details on these and more at voanews.com.I'm Frances Alonzo, Washington,VOA news.


作者: DV幻彩    时间: 2008-3-5 13:36

On 博文玛雅 From the VOA news center in Washington, I’m Frances Alonzo. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has called on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. “Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have but taken place and we are also very concern about humanitarian situation.” Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Husni Mubarak and the Foreign Minister. A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore police chief says today the attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack. Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan's jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities.Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi. "Kashmir Singh stepped across the Waugh border between India and Pakistan to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers.Singh,a short balding man in his sixties, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens often when they stay across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970s-a period when hostility ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Perez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh’s return to India is being seen another sample of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched peace process in 2004.Anjana Pasricha for VOA news, New Delhi." Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senator Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama battled for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio are the two key states in today's balloting because they had many more delegates than the small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%.Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice its concern about Beijing's jumping defense spending. Naomi Martig个 reports from Hong Kong.” In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17.6%, Japan’s Defense Ministry repeated his calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Suibian not to follow through pro-independence plans including efforts to secure United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Matig,VOA news, Hong Kong." Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of the UN helicopter that crashed down Monday. Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burnt beyond recognition spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft. The Organization of American States will hold emergency meeting today in attempt to peacefully resolve the dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador’s President says that he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels in camp in Ecuador. More details on these and more at voanews.com.I'm Frances Alonzo, Washington,VOA news.
作者: 奥斯卡尔查尔    时间: 2008-3-5 15:52

homework

 

From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has called on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. “Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have taken place, and we are also very concerned about the humanitarian situation.” Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Husni Mubarak and the foreign minister.
                                     
A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore police chief says today the attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to a service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

 

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi.
 
Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border, between India and Pakistan, to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short balding man in his sixties, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens often when they stray across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970s—a period when hostilities ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Perez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh’s return to India is being seen as  another symbol of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched a peace process in 2004. Anjana Pasricha for VOA News, New Delhi.        
                                                                    
Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio are the two key states in today's balloting because they had many more delegates than these small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican Party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.
                         
The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of the international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice concern about Beijing's jump in defense spending. Naomi Martig reports from Hong Kong.             
                                
In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17.6 percent, Japan's Defense Ministry repeated its calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian not to follow through with pro-independence plans, including efforts to seek United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Matig, VOA News, Hong Kong.     

 

Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of a UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burned beyond recognition. A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft.    

           

The Organization of American States will hold an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's President says he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels encamped in Ecuador.                   

     

More details on these and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

 

stay of execution: an order whereby a judgment is precluded from being executed for a specific period of time. 停止执行,暂缓进行.
follow through: pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue.vt. 完成


作者: 奥斯卡尔查尔    时间: 2008-3-5 16:11

on DV幻彩

注意分行分段啊,与己清爽,与人方便!

注意冠词的听辩,你好多地方都是因此出错。

细节决定成功!

 

From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has called on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. “Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have taken place, and we are also very concerned about the humanitarian situation.” Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Husni Mubarak and the foreign minister.
                                     
A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore police chief says today the attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to a service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

 

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi.
 
Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border, between India and Pakistan, to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short balding man in his sixties, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens often when they stray across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970s—a period when hostilities ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Perez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh’s return to India is being seen as  another symbol of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched a peace process in 2004. Anjana Pasricha for VOA News, New Delhi.        
                                                                    
Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio are the two key states in today's balloting because they had many more delegates than those small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican Party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.
                         
The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of the international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice / concern about Beijing's jump in defense spending. Naomi Martig reports from Hong Kong.             
                                
In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17.6 percent, Japan's Defense Ministry repeated its calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian not to follow through with pro-independence plans, including efforts to seek United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Matig, VOA News, Hong Kong.     

 

Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of a UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burned beyond recognition. A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft.    

           

The Organization of American States will hold an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's President says / he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels encamped in Ecuador.                   

     

More details on these and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

 

stay of execution: an order whereby a judgment is precluded from being executed for a specific period of time. 停止执行,暂缓进行.
follow through: pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue.vt. 完成


作者: leviathan2008    时间: 2008-3-5 16:58

HW:

你原来的字体太大啦,整个版面都被你霸占了。

请大家共同遵守“新论坛回帖必读”——Verdana默认字体,大小为3号,颜色默认黑色。——奥斯卡

 

From the VOA news center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has called on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. "Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have but taken place and we are also very
concerned about humanitarian situation. "Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Husni Mubarak and the Foreign Minister.

A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore police chief says today the attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan's jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi. "Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border between India and Pakistan to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short balding man in his sixties, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973,convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens often when they stay across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970s-a period when hostility ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh's return to India is being seen another sample of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched peace process in 2004. Anjana Pasricha for VOA news, New Delhi."

Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senators Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama battled for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio are the two key states in today's balloting because they had many more delegates than the small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican Party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.

The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice its concern about Beijing's jumping defense spending. Naomi Martig reports from Hong Kong. "In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17.6%, Japan's Defense Ministry repeated his calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Suibian not to follow through pro-independence plans including efforts to secure United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Matig, VOA news, Hong Kong."

Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of the UN helicopter that crashed down on Monday. Police said today the dead bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burnt beyond recognition. A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members aboard the aircraft.

The Organization of American States will hold emergency meeting today in attempt to peacefully resolve the dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's President says that he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels in camp in Ecuador.

More details on these and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, Washington, VOA news.

disconcert
vt.

1. 使仓皇失措; 使困窘

It disconcerted us to learn that they had refused our offer.

得知他们拒绝了我们的提议,我们感到很窘。

2. 挫败; 扰乱 (计划等)

 

[ 本帖最后由 奥斯卡尔查尔 于 2008-3-5 17:14 编辑 ]
作者: yoyogo    时间: 2008-3-5 17:33     标题: homework

From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Frances Alonzo.

 

US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice has called on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately,  saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations not finger pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. "innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have taken place recently and  also very concerned about humanitarian situation." Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and the foreign minister.

 

A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in eastern city of  Lahore has killed 5 people and wounded 19 others. Lahore's police chief says today the attack began when two suicidal bombers drove up to a service gate at the navy war college. He says one bomber blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot, setting off another explosion. And there is no claim of responsibility for that attack.

 

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who has spend 35 years on death row in a Pakistani jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. A  reports from New Delhi.

 

Kashmir Singh stepped across the rugged border between India and Pakistan to a  hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short balding man, in his 60's, was escorted to the border by Pakistani ministry for human rights, Ansar Burney, who played a key role in his release since he was arrested in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stated of his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrested each other citizens, often they stray across land or sea  borders. Some cases dated back to the 1970's, a period by hostilities ran deep after rivals fought two wars. Pakistani president  Pervez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh's return to India has been seen as another symbol of slow improvement in relation between India and Pakistan since they launched a peace process in 2004. A for VOA news, New Delhi.

 

Polls are open in all 4  US states  holding primary elections today as US senators Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for support for the democratic party nomination. Texas and Ohio were two key states in today's balloting  because they had many more delegates than these small northeastern states of Vermont   and  Rhode Island. On the republican side, senator John McCain could secure their republican party nominations with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead on former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee.

 

The Japanese defense ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of international community after China's announcement  it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia Pacific nations expected to voice concern about Beijing's jumping defense spending. N M reports from Hongkong.

 

In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17.6%, Japan's defense ministry repeated its call that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is specially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese president Chen Shuipie not to follow through pro-independence plans, including efforts to seek United Nations' membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as a part of its territory and it reserves the right to use force to be unified with the mainland. N M, VOA news, Hongkong.

 

Nepalese officials say they found 12 bodies in the wreckage of the UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. Police say today the bodies found in hilly eastern district of B were burnt beyond recognition. A spokesman for UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and three crew members on board the aircraft.

 

The Organization of American States were holding an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Columbia, Ecuador and Venezuela who have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's president says he  feels  betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombia's FARC rebels encamped in Ecuador.

 

More details on this and more at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

[ 本帖最后由 sunnysky 于 2008-3-6 09:48 编辑 ]
作者: greatsea    时间: 2008-3-5 17:47

on 奥斯卡尔查尔

 

From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is calling on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. "Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have taken place, and we are also very concerned about the humanitarian situation. " Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the foreign minister.

 

A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore's police chief says today the attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to a service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

 

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi.

 

Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border, between India and Pakistan, to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short, balding man, in his 60's, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney, who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens - often when they stray across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970's - a period when hostilities ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh's return to India is being seen as another symbol of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched a peace process in 2004. Anjana Pasricha for VOA News, New Delhi.


Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio were the two key states in today's balloting, because they had many more delegates than the small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican Party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.

 

The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of the international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice concern about Beijing's jump in defense spending. Naomi Martig reports from Hong Kong.

 

In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17. 6%, Japan's Defense Ministry repeated its calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian not to follow through with pro-independence plans, including efforts to seek United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Martig, VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of a UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burned beyond recognition. A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft.

 

The Organization of American States will hold an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela, which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's President says he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels encamped in Ecuador.

 

More details on these and more at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.
 


作者: zhangwater6    时间: 2008-3-5 21:27

homework: 20:50 From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Fransis Alenzil. US secretary of state Kondoleeza Rice is calling on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the middle east needs negotiations not thingerpoining. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. Innocent people should not have to die, in the circumstances that have taken place and we are also very concerned about the humanitarian situation. Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian president Hozni Mubarak and the foreign minister. A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lorhore has killed 5 people and wounded 19 others. Lorhore's police chief says today's attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to a service gate in the naval war college. He says one attacker blew himself up allowing the second to enter parking lot and set off another explosions. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack. Meanwhile an India prisoner who spent 35 years on death roll in a Pakistan jail has returned to India, after being granted clemancy by Pakistani authorities. Angela Perswitcher reports from New Delhi. Gashimin since stepped to cross the vaga border between India and Pakistan to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of on locals. Sin, a short balling man in his 60's, was excorted to the border by Pakistani minister for human rights. Unser Borni who played a key role in his release. Sin was arrested in Pakistan in 1973 convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government late state his execution. Pakistan and Inida frequently arrest each other citizens often renistry across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970's. Appidiate when hostilities run deep after the rival fought to wars. Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf ordered Sin's release on humanitarian plans. Sin's return to India has been seen as another symbol of the slow improvements and relations between Inida and Pakistan. Since they launched a peace process in 2004. I am Jilow Perswitcher for VOA news, New Delhi. Polls are open at all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US senators Hillary Cliton and Brark Obama battle for support for the democratic party nomination. Taxis and Ohio were the two key states in today's balloting because they have many more delegates in two small northeastern states of Berma and Road Island. On the republican side senator John Macain could secure the republican party nomination with victories Tuesday. Commanding lead our former Akensa governor Mike Harkbee. The Japanese defense ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of the international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending on nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia pacific nations expected to voice concern about Beijing's jumping defense spending. Neomi Martic reports from Hongkong. In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17.6% Japan's defense ministry repeated its calls that China have been more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is specially disconcerting because nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement officials in China warned Taiwanese president Chenshuibian not to follow through wipone dependence plans including efforts to seek United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the Island as a part its territory and it has reserved a right to use force to reunify with the mainland. Neomi Martic VOA news, Hongkong. Nepalese officials say they found 12 bodies in the wreckage of a UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. police said today the bodies founded in the Heli eastern district of Bramen charp were a burn beyond recognition a spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft. The organization of American states will hold an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Columbia akwidorm veniswila which have sent troops to their borders. Actory's presidency Ipil's patry by Columbia's government for the attack against Columbian Fark rebels in camp to Ekuador. More details on this and more at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil in Washington, VOA news. 21:17
作者: fanbiyuncat    时间: 2008-3-6 09:32

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

 US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is calling on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. "Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have taken place, and we are also very concerned about the humanitarian situation. " Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the foreign minister.

 

A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore's police chief says today the attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to a service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

 

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi.

 Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border, between India and Pakistan, to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short, balding man, in his 60's, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney, who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens - often when they stray across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970's - a period when hostilities ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh's return to India is being seen as another symbol of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched a peace process in 2004. Anjana Pasricha for VOA News, New Delhi.


Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio were the two key states in today's balloting, because they had many more delegates than the small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican Party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.

 

The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of the international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice concern about Beijing's jump in defense spending. Naomi Martig reports from Hong Kong.

 

In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17. 6%, Japan's Defense Ministry repeated its calls that China be more transparented about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian not to follow through with pro-independence plans, including efforts to seek United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Martig, VOA News, Hong Kong.

 Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of a UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burned beyond recognition. A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft.

 

The Organization of American States will hold an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela, which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's President says he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels encamped in Ecuador.

 

 More details on these and more at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.
 

 

 

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作者: clovershioong    时间: 2008-3-6 09:42     标题: 20080305 VOA

Homework From VOA news center inWashington, I’m Frances Alonzo. At least twoUSmissiles have struke the home of southern Sumaria, when theUSmilitary calling the attack known as against terroism.USmilitary official say today attack on the town ofDublinwhere a deliberate provision air strike on the building where terroist suspects were believed to be sustained. Witness say the missiles damaged the home and wounded several people, however, the air conflicting report convicted was about everyone was killed. Israeli ground troops were dripped fromNorthern Gazabefore down today after five-day offensive last more thanone hundred Palestines and two Israeli soliders were dead. Israeli air strike atPalestinerock fire continued even the troops withdraw from Gaburiya were fighting range in recent days. HAMAS militants meanwhile called out pull out victory, but Isreali government spokesman Rag Migvil says the Israeli troops could return toGazaat any time.
作者: April18    时间: 2008-3-6 16:28

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is calling on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to restart peace talks immediately, saying the situation in the Middle East needs negotiations, not finger-pointing. Rice said today Hamas must stop rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. "Innocent people should not have to die in the circumstances that have taken place, and we are also very concerned about the humanitarian situation. " Rice spoke in Cairo after meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the foreign minister.

 

A suicide bomb attack on a Pakistani military school in the eastern city of Lahore has killed five people and wounded 19 others. Lahore's police chief says today's / attack began when two suicide bombers drove up to a service gate at the Naval War College. He says one attacker blew himself up, allowing the second to enter a parking lot and set off another explosion. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack.

 

Meanwhile an Indian prisoner who spent 35 years on death row in a Pakistan jail has returned to India after being granted clemency by Pakistani authorities. Anjana Pasricha reports from New Delhi.

 

Kashmir Singh stepped across the Wagah border, between India and Pakistan, to a hero's welcome from family members, Indian officials and scores of onlookers. Singh, a short, balding man, in his 60's, was escorted to the border by Pakistani Minister for Human Rights Ansar Burney, who played a key role in his release. Singh was arrested in Pakistan in 1973, convicted of spying and sentenced to death by a military court. The Pakistani government later stayed his execution. Pakistan and India frequently arrest each other's citizens - often when they stray across land or sea borders. Some cases date back to the 1970's - a period when hostilities ran deep after the rivals fought two wars. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf ordered Singh's release on humanitarian grounds. Singh's return to India is being seen as another symbol of the slow improvement in relations between India and Pakistan since they launched a peace process in 2004. Anjana Pasricha for VOA News, New Delhi.


Polls are open in all four of the US states holding primary elections today as US Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama battle for support for the Democratic Party nomination. Texas and Ohio are the two key states in today's balloting, because they have many more delegates than the small northeastern states of Vermont and Rhode Island. On the Republican side, Senator John McCain could secure the Republican Party nomination with victories Tuesday. He has a commanding lead over former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.

 

The Japanese Defense Ministry is calling on China to address the concerns of the international community after China's announcement it is increasing its military spending by nearly 18%. Japan is among several Asia-Pacific nations expected to voice concern about Beijing's jump in defense spending. Naomi Martig reports from Hong Kong.

 

In a statement released just hours after China announced plans to increase its military budget by 17. 6%, Japan's Defense Ministry repeated its calls that China be more transparent about the strength of its military. This year China is predicting it will spend more than 57 billion dollars on its military. Experts say Beijing's military strength is especially disconcerting because most nations are not aware of its actual capabilities. Following Tuesday's defense announcement, officials in China warned Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian not to follow through with pro-independence plans, including efforts to seek United Nations membership under the name Taiwan. China still regards the island as part of its territory and has reserved the right to use force to reunify it with the mainland. Naomi Martig, VOA News, Hong Kong.

 

Nepalese officials say they have found 12 bodies in the wreckage of a UN helicopter that crashed on Monday. Police said today the bodies found in the hilly eastern district of Ramechhap were burned beyond recognition. A spokesman for the UN mission in Nepal said Monday there were 7 UN employees and 3 crew members on board the aircraft.

 

The Organization of American States will hold an emergency meeting today in an attempt to peacefully resolve a dispute involving Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela which have sent troops to their borders. Ecuador's President says he feels betrayed by Colombia's government for the attack against Colombian FARC rebels encamped in Ecuador.

 

More details on these and more at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.






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