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aviation experts warned of the drifting cloud volcanic ash of iceland were continue to cripple airtransport of much of europe the weekend.the europe air traffic agency said there would be further significant disrution.britain has extended the closure of much of its airspace to made medium saturday.international airtransport association said the disruption was costing airline more than two hundred million dollor a day.

the number of people known to a dead in earthquake northwest china has risen to more than 11 hundred with over four hundred others still missing rescuers fear the figures likly to rise again.heavry earth moving equipment has been used to the search for trapped survivors.in the worst hit town xxx a fore local offical told the bbc that they  baddly needed supllies.the security situation is good in the town ,there is no looting or rioting.security forces are out on patrol,a main priority for us relief work to rescue people.we urgenly need tens and food,and drinking water.urgenly need these supplies.

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这里有BBC News announcers and newsreaders list
Eileen MacHugh -> Eileen McKue啦

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a former local official told the BBC that they badly needed supplies.
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a fare of 1,300 dollars
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latonars 发表于 2010-4-18 17:28
其实就像说中文一样说得太快或者突然间的口误,很多时候要根据背景来猜词..猜不了就要google了..
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Financial regulators in the United States have accused the investment bank Goldman Sachs of fraud related to the collapse of the American housing market in 2007. The Security and Exchange Commission is taking civil action against the bank. Michelle Fleury sent this report from the floor, the New York Stock Exchange.



The Securities and Exchange Commission alleges the bank’s thousand investors a financial product based on sub prime mortgages that was designed to lose value. Goldman Sachs has denied the allegations and says it will defend the firm and its reputation. This is the first time that the US government has explicitly accused one of Wall Street’s premier institutions of fraud relating to the collapse of the US housing market.



The Prime Minister of Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva’s put the head of the army in charge of national security as he fight the campaign by opposition protesters demanding that he stepped down. Mr. Abhisit made his decision hours after the security forces publicly failed to arrest leaders of the rallies that have paralyzed parts of the capital Bangkok for weeks. Clashes last week during protests left more than 20 people dead. From Bangkok, here is Rachel Harvey.



The Prime Minister said he was appointing the head of the armed force General Anupong to take charge of national security in order to streamline operations. A government spokesman contacted it by the BBC said the general would be better able to deal with what he called the terrorists threat. He now has the power to make decisions directly, the spokesman said. The move comes amid fever speculation that the security forces might be planning another operation to evict protesters from the sites they are currently occupying in the commercial heart of Bangkok.



Aviation experts have warned that a drifting cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland will continue to cripple air transport over much of Europe at the weekend. The European air traffic agency said there would be further significant disruption. Britain has extended the closure of much of its airspace until midday on Saturday. The International Air Transport Association said the disruption was costing airline to more than 200 million dollars a day.



The number of people known to have died in the earthquake in northwest China has risen to more than 1,100 with over 400 others still missing. Rescuers fear the figures likely to rise again. Heavy earth moving equipment has been used in the search for trapped survivors. In the worst hit town of Jiegu, a local official told the BBC that they badly needed supplies.



The security situation is good in the town, there is no looting or rioting. Security forces are out on patrol. The main priority for us is relief work, to rescue people. We urgently need tents and food, and drinking water, we urgently need these supplies.



World News from the BBC.

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

Financial regulators in the United States have accused the investment bank Goldman Sachs of fraud related to the collapse of the American housing market in 2007. The securies and exchange commission is taking civil actions against the bank. Michelle Fleury sent this report from the floor, the New York Stock Exchange.

The Securities and Exchange Commission alleges the bank thousand investors a financial product based on subprime mortgages that was designed to lose value. Goldman Sachs has denied the allegations and says it will defend the firm and its reputation. This is the frist time that the US government has explicitly accused one of Wall Street’s premier institutions of fraud relating to the collapse of the US housing market.

The prime minister of Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva’s put the head of the army in charge of national security as he finds the campaign by opposition protesters demanding that he step down. Mr Abhisit made his decision hours after the security forces publicly failed to arrest leaders of the rallies that have paralyzed parts of the capital Bangkok for weeks. Clashes last week during protests left more than 20 people dead. From Bangkok, here is Rachel Harvey.

The Prime Minister said he was appointing the head of the armed force General Anupong to take charge of national security in order to streamline operations. A government spokesman contacted it by the BBC said the general would be better able to deal with what he called the terrorists thread. He now has the power to make decisions directly, the spokesman said. The move comes amid fever speculation that the security forces might be planning another operation to evict protesters from the site that currently occupying in the commercial heart of Bangkok.

Aviation experts have warned that a drifting cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland will continue to cripple air transport over much of Europe at the weekend. The European air traffic agency said there would be further significant disruption, Britain has extended the closure of much of its airspace until midday on Saturday. The international air transport association said the disruption wais costing airline more than 200m dollars a day.

The number of people known to have died in the earthquake in northwest China has risen to more than 1,100 with over 400 others still missing. Rescuers fear the figures likely to rise again. Heavy earth moving equipment has been used in the search for trapped survivors. In the worst hit town of Jiegu, a / local official told the BBC that they badly needed supplies.

The security situation is good in the town, there is no looting or rioting. Security forces are out on patrol. The main priority for us is relief work, to rescue people. We urgently need tents and food, and drinking water, we urgently need these supplies.

World News from the BBC.

A BBC investigation has found that months before a Georgian luger crashed and died during a training section at this year’s Vancouver Winter Olympics, several top athletes warned the organizers that the lugian bobsleigh track were dangerous. Olympic officials initially said the dead of the luger Nodar Kumaritashvili was down to human area. Rebecca reports.

21-year-old Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili was killed when he crashed on a final band during training. He was throwing from the track at more than 100km/h and collided with a steel pillar. Test athletes in all three of the sliding sports, bobsleigh, skeleton and luge say they told organizers the track was too fast, too difficult and that less experience athletes would be most vulnerable to accidents. A spokesman for the international bobsleigh federation told the BBBC that some changes were made in response to concerns and that safety of athletes were absolutely paramount.

Italy said two of its citizens who were kidnapped last year in Mauritania by al-Qaeda have been freed. The Italian government said the hostages were released after intense to diplomacy and were being taken to a safe place.

Reports from Iran say the former president Mohammad Khatami had been barred from leaving the country to attend a nuclear disarmament conference in the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Mr Khatami’s lawyer told the BBC that there’d been on legal order but Mr Khatami had decided not to travel after receiving what he called official advice to cancel his trip.

And finanly while volcanic ash from Iceland is causing unprecedented disruption to air travel across Europe, a taxi driver in Moscow has seen it as a business opportunity. He’s offering to drive people to any location in Europe for a favor of 1,300 dollars. He said that for a person who really wanted to get somewhere, then that was a reasonable prize to ask.

BBC News.
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Financial regulators in the United States have accused the investment bank GS of fraud related to the collapse of the American housing market in 2007. The Securities and Exchange Commission is taking civil action against the bank. MS sent this report from the floor of New York Stock Exchange.
The Securities and Exchange Commission alleges the bank sold investors a financial product based on subprime mortgages that was designed to loose value. GS has denied the allegations and says it will defend the firm and its reputation. This is the first time that the US government has explicitly accused one of Wall Street’s premier institutions of fraud relating to the collapse of the US housing market.

The Prime Minister of Thailand AV has put the head of the army in charge of national security as he fights a campaign by opposition protesters demanding that he step down. Mr. A made his decision hours after the security forces publicly failed to arrest leaders of the rallies that have paralyzed parts of the capital Bangkok for weeks. Clashes last week during protests left more than 20 people dead. From Bangkok here is RH.
The Prime Minister said he was appointing the head of the armed forces General AP to take charge of national security in order to streamline operations. A government spokesman contacted by the BBC said the General would be better able to deal with what he calls the terrorist threat. He now has the power to make decisions directly, the spokesman said. The move comes amid fevered speculation that the security forces might be planning another operation to evict protesters from the sites they are currently occupying in the commercial heart of Bangkok.

Aviation experts have warned that a drifting cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland will continue to cripple air transport over much of Europe at the weekend. The European Air Traffic Agency said there would be further significant disruption. Britain has extended the closure of much of its air space until mid day on Saturday. The international Air Transport Association said the disruption was costing airlines more than 200 million dollars a day.

The number of people known to have died in the earthquake in northwest China has risen to more than 1100 with more than 400 others still missing. Rescuers fear the figure is likely to rise again. Heavy earth moving equipment has been used in the search for trapped survivors. In the worst hit town of Jiegu, a former local official told the BBC that they badly needed supplies.
The security situation is good in the town. There is no looting or rioting. Security troops are out on patrol. The main priority for us is relief work to rescue people. We urgently need tens and food and drinking water. We urgently need these supplies.

World News from the BBC.

The BBC investigation has found that months before a Georgian luger crashed and died during a training session at this year’s Vancouver Winter Olympics. Several top athletes warned organizers that the luge and bobsleigh tracks were dangerous. Olympic officials initially said the death of the luger NK was down to human error. RK reports.
21-year-old Georgian luger NK was killed when he crashed on the final bend during training. He was thrown from the track at more than a hundred kilometers an hour and collided with a steel pillar. Testing athletes in all three of the sliding sports, bobsleigh, skeleton and luger say they told organizers the track was too fast, too difficult and that less experienced athletes would be the most vulnerable to the accident. A spokesman for the international Bobsleigh Federation told the BBC that some changes were made in response to concerns and that safety of athletes was absolutely paramount.

Italy says 2 of its citizens who were kidnapped last year in / by Al-Qaeda have been freed. The Italian government said the hostages were released after intense diplomacy and were being taken to a safe place.

Reports from Iran say the former Iranian President MK has been barred from leaving the country to attend a nuclear disarmament conference in the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Mr. K’s lawyer told the BBC that there’d been no legal order but Mr. K had decided not to travel after receiving what he called official advice to cancel his trip.

And finally, while volcanic ash from Iceland is causing unprecedented disruption to air travel across Europe, a taxi driver in Moscow has seen it as a business opportunity. He’s offering to drive people to any location in Europe for a fare of 1300 dollars. He said that for a person who relay wanted to get somewhere then that was a reasonable price to ask.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

Financial regulators in the United States have accused the investment bank Goldman Sachs of fraud related to the collapse of the American housing market in 2007. The Securities and Exchange Commission is taking civil action against the bank. Michelle Fleury sent this report from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

The Securities and Exchange Commission alleges the bank sold investors a financial product based on subprime mortgages that was designed to lose value. Goldman Sachs has denied the allegations and says it will defend the firm and its reputation. This is the first time that the US government has explicitly accused one of Wall Street's premier institutions of fraud relating to the collapse of the US housing market.

The Prime Minister of Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva has put the head of the army in charge of national security as he fights a campaign by opposition protesters demanding that he step down. Mr Abhisit made his decision hours after the security forces publicly failed to arrest leaders of the rallies that have paralyzed parts of the capital Bangkok for weeks. Clashes last week during protests left more than 20 people dead. From Bangkok, here is Rachel Harvey.

The prime minister said he was appointing the head of the armed forces General Anupong to take charge of national security in order to streamline operations. A government spokesman contacted by the BBC said the general would be better able to deal with what he calls the terrorist threat. "He now has the power to make decisions directly," the spokesman said. The move comes amid fevered speculation that the security forces might be planning another operation to evict protesters from the sites they are currently occupying in the commercial heart of Bangkok.

Aviation experts have warned that a drifting cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland will continue to cripple air transport over much of Europe at the weekend. The European air traffic agency said there would be further significant disruption. Britain has extended the closure of much of its airspace until mid-day on Saturday. The International Air Transport Association said the disruption was costing airlines more than 200 million dollars a day.

The number of people known to have died in the earthquake in Northwest China has risen to more than 1,100 with over 400 others still missing. Rescuers fear the figure is likely to rise again. Heavy earth-moving equipment has been used in the search for trapped survivors. In the worst-hit town of Jiegu, a former local official told the BBC that they badly needed supplies.

"The security situation is good in the town. There is no looting or rioting. Security forces are out on patrol. The main priority for us is relief work to rescue people. We urgently need tents and food and drinking water. We urgently need these supplies."

World News from the BBC

A BBC investigation has found that months before a Georgian luger crashed and died during a training session at this year's Vancouver Winter Olympics, several top athletes warned organizers that the luge and bobsleigh tracks were dangerous. Olympic officials initially said the death of the luger, Nodar Kumaritashvili, was down to human error. Rebecca Kesby reports.

Twenty-one-year-old Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili was killed when he crashed on the final bend during training. He was thrown from the track at more than 100 kilometres an hour and collided with a steel pillar. Test athletes in all three of the sliding sports, bobsleigh, skeleton and luge say they told organizers the track was too fast, too difficult and that less experienced athletes would be the most vulnerable to accidents. A spokesman for the International Bobsleigh Federation told the BBC that some changes were made in response to concerns and that safety of athletes was absolutely paramount.

Italy says two of its citizens who were kidnapped last year in Mauritania by al-Qaeda have been freed. The Italian government said the hostages were released after intense diplomacy and were being taken to a safe place.

Reports from Iran say the former President Mohammad Khatami has been barred from leaving the country to attend a nuclear disarmament conference in the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Mr Khatami's lawyer has told the BBC that there'd been no legal order, but Mr Khatami had decided not to travel after receiving what he called “official advice” to cancel his trip.

And finally, while volcanic ash from Iceland is causing unprecedented disruption to air travel across Europe, a taxi driver in Moscow has seen it as a business opportunity. He's offering to drive people to any location in Europe for a fare of 1,300 dollars. He said that for a person who really wanted to get somewhere, then that was a reasonable price to ask.

BBC News
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