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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2011-03-16

BBC News with Iain Purdon
The operators of Japanese nuclear plant damaged in Fridar's earthquake and tsunami say the essential cooling system are  being restored after a nuber of explosions and fire which released dangerous radiation.  The conmpany has now reviewed  that 4 explosions have took place rather than the three reported earlier.and it's struggling to contain the most critical reacter. Chris Hogg reports from Tokyo.
Since Friday they have been struggling to cool fuels in 4 reactors in Fukushuma plant. A series of fire and explosions had hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high-level radiation were emitted. they later felt the level still at normal, no longer a threat to human health.They are still pumping sea water through reactors to try to stablize them. the longer this goes on, the more chance they have a success. as over time, the rods will cool.But the repeated releases of different amount of radiation, some large, some small, are unnerving Japanese.
Amid concerns about radiation, a number of airlines  have canceled flights to Tokyo. Australia says it's moving its Ambassy to Osaka,400 kilometers southwest of Tokyo, while China is preparing to evaculate its nationals from the areas closest to the nuclear plant.
The Japanese authorities are still stuggling to cope with the humanitarian aftermath of Friday's earthquake and tsunami.more than half a million people are living in temperary shelters which are short of water food and fuel.While more freezing weather and snow is predicted for the days ahead.Nearly 3500 people are now known to have died. Alastair Leithead has visted one of the worst affected part of Northern Japan, Minami Sanriku.
Yukio Sato is 80. He showed me where the 30 meter high wave dumped debris on  his backdoor step, that left the family home untouched.
It was astonishing. There used to be a lot of houses down there. they have all gone. the buildings from below washed up here.
There was little left, but the roofs piled high, the wooden shards of homes ripped up, and the old family photo protuding from the mud.
The European countris have agreed to carry on stess test in all nuclear coutry following the accidents happened in Japanese Fukushima nuclear plant. the energy commissioners said the test would take place before the end of the year.Earlier, Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations off line for a period of three month during which its safty stardands would be reviewed.
The Uganda government and the Anglo-Irish oil and gas company, Tullow,have sighed an agreement that paves the way for a construction of ten billion oil refinery.Uganda gives its consent to the arrangement once Tullow agreed to may more than 400 million dollars that the government says the company owed in tax.
World News from the BBC
At least two people have died in Bahrain and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators  and security forces. Doctors appealed for international help to  ensure access to wounded. The latest violence follows the inposition of state of emergency by Bahrain Suni rulers who earlier asked for intervention of Saudi-led forces.This woman from Sitra, a Shia village oustide the capital Manama, tells the BBC what she had heard from there.
Unarmed civilians are being attacked by live rounds and the accent of the troops was, so we knew that these are Saudi-troops who came yesterday. They started shooting people and the health center now is under siege, there are around 200 wounded people there , and the doctors there want to get them treated but the hospital are under siege.so they can't, even the ambulances are taken by the troops.
Rebel-held postion in Libya have come under sustained attack from land and air as pro-Gaddafi troops continue to advance eastwards. Fighter jets bombed the outskirt of the town  of Agedabia.
If, as it looks likely,Agedabia falls, it could give Colonel Gaddafi unfettered access to the main road to the boder with Egypt  and that would effectively cut off Benghazi, Tobruk and many smaller towns on the northeast coast. Opposition fighters have shown they are woefully ill-prepared and ill-equiped  to hold the advance of government troops.And unless military units that defected weeks ago now take a leading role, the 17th ,February revolution could in real danger.
A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilty of encouraging two people suffering depression to commit suicide. William Melchert Dinklore was accused of trowling the internet for depressed people and then entering the fake suicide pacts or telling them how to kill themselves. He is due to be sentenced in May.
BBC News.

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