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[BBC] 【整理】BBC 2011-03-22

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2011-03-22

Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce UN's resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least nine people reported to be killed by force loyal to Libya leader in the city M, the only rebel big stronghold in Western Libya. There were also clashes near A in eastern Libya, as I P reported.
  We drove towards A. The road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gadaffi's Millitary. They were reported that his force has been repelled by rebels.  But just listen to this. It's the whistle of a tank round fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some were killed. Despite the announcement of cease fire, government force still is attack the rebel in the east and trying to hold on territory that they've taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi would be celebrating today believing the balance of power now swung in their flavor.
  President Obama said it's part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office. I also have stated that it's US policy Gaddafi needs to go. We got a wide range of tools in addition to our military weapons to support that policy, stressing the current western military operation in Libya was about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr.Obama spoke, loud explosion was reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.
  Oil price has surged again after the latest air strike against Libya. Price rose nearly 1.5 percent on fear of prolonged fighting against Libya and supply disruption elsewhere in middle east. Libya's oil export has been halted by uprising.
  The president of Yemen, A JS has insisted the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president authority has been shaken by high-level resignation in recent days. A B of middle east desk reports.
The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition of Yemen continue to grow. Among the latest, The prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior trial leader. But president Sa remains defiant. A source close to him told BBC news, the president will not stand/step down and would call an election later in the year. The national defense council which the president chairs said the army will not hesitate as it put it to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plots.
  Syrians troops have deployed in the Southern City of Dala, a thousand of demonstrators marched for 4 successive days calling for great freedom and an end to corruption. At least 6 people have died in cashes with security forces including an 11 year old boy.
  Thousands of supports of Ivory Coast's young patriots movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Bagu, who refused to leave the presidency since last November election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagobo's rival Alasane Ouattara, who is internationally recognized as having won the election.  
northern city Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people have fled violence in Aiajan are arriving everyday. Many describing their terro at the most constant gun fire.
Abnormally high levels of radio-active substances are being detected in seaswater near Fushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damagede by an earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radio-active Iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards. While radio-active ceasium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of the United Nations nuclear agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.
  The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards. beginning with earthquake and tsunami prone areas.  He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants improved coordination among experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety.   He is confident this will be achieved but the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to reassessed.
  President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United states and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin American was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US>
                                                   
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