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[VOA標準英語]Blasts Rock Peshawar, Pakistan2009-05-31
Senior Taliban commander Hakimullah Mehsud told news agencies militants had been planning to target Lahore, the capital of Punjab province, for a long time.
[VOA標準英語]Israel Rejects US Call for Total Settlement Freeze2009-05-31
The settlement issue goes beyond natural growth. Underscoring the Israeli government's nationalist ideology, Begin referred to the West Bank by its biblical name-Judea and Samaria.
[VOA標準英語]President Obama Addresses World's Muslims2009-05-31
Ultimately though, according to Nadia Bilbassy, Muslims are hoping that President Obama's positive rhetoric will translate into equally positive policies toward Muslim communities around the world.
[VOA標準英語]US, South Korea Military Raise Defense Alert Level After North's Threats2009-05-31
South Korea and the United States have raised their defense alert levels on the Korean peninsula, a day after the North said it was willing to discard the 56-year-old armistice that paused the Korean War. Analysts expect more tension in the days ahead.
[VOA標準英語]Mediation Aims to Avoid More US Foreclosures2009-05-31
Foreclosures continue to rise in Florida and other U.S. states hit hard by the real estate crisis. Several Florida counties are trying to fight back against the problem by bringing banks and homeowners together to find a way to save troubled mortgages from foreclosure.
[VOA標準英語]Saudis, Others Looking Forward to Obama Visit2009-05-31
As the guardian of Islam's holy sites and the author of a 2002 Arab peace plan, King Abdullah carries much clout in the Islamic world.
[VOA標準英語]Amnesty International Scores Russian Human Rights Record2009-05-31
Amnesty International in Russia has presented the organization's latest findings on the country's human rights record, and reports such violations as stifled dissent, racist attacks, substandard justice, and continued violence in the Caucasus.
[VOA標準英語]African Agriculture Could Spur Economic Development2009-05-31
new report calls for a big push on agriculture to promote economic development in Africa. The U.N. Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union Commission have launched the Economic Report on Africa 2009.
[VOA標準英語]Thailand Pins Hopes in Corruption Fight on New Legislation2009-05-31
Thailand's government hopes new legislation will curb official corruption. But some business-risk experts say the chief concern in fighting corruption in Thailand lies in political will and government stability.
[VOA標準英語]Turkey Targets PKK in Iraq After Deadly Mine Blast2009-05-31
The Kurdish rebel's senior commander, Murat Karayilan, said recently his PKK no longer sought an independent Kurdish state, but recognition of Kurdish rights and identity.
[VOA標準英語]Cruise Ship Ordered Away from Australian Coast as Swine Flu Spreads2009-05-31
Australian authorities have asked a cruise liner to cancel a planned port call after three crew members tested positive for the H1N1 flu virus, which is commonly known as swine flu.
該音頻有LRC字幕,點擊圖片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英語 voa常速英語:美國高級法院提名確認之爭歷經數月2009-05-31
US Supreme Court Confirmation Battle Could Take Months Liberal and conservative political groups are bracing for what could be a divisive battle over the confirmation for President Barack Obama's Su
該音頻有LRC字幕,點擊圖片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英語 voa常速英語:In Asia, Women Workers Hit Hard by...2009-05-31
In Asia, Women Workers Hit Hard by Economic SlumpAcross Asia women are bearing the brunt of the global economic downturn as export manufacturers shed workers. The United Nation's International Labor
[VOA標準英語]US Shuttle Returns to Earth After Complex Hubble Repair Job2009-05-29
Five days after finishing work on the Hubble space telescope, the seven astronauts on the space shuttle Atlantis finally returned to Earth, two days later than originally planned.
[VOA標準英語]US 'Heartened' By Iran's Release of Roxana Saberi2009-05-29
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the United States is "very heartened" by the release of Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi, who had been convicted by an Iranian court of spying. U.S. officials called the release a humanitarian gesture and said there had been no back-room deal with Tehran.
[VOA標準英語]Czech Government Facing Challenge After Failed Energy Deal2009-05-29
The current European Union president, the Czech Republic, is under pressure to overcome failed talks with key former Soviet states on an energy deal.
[VOA標準英語]British Politicians Berated for Abusing Expense System2009-05-29
Under the backdrop of the worst economic climate in Britain since the Great Depression of the 1930s, the disclosure of expense claims made by the country's politicians has infuriated the British public.
[VOA標準英語]Chad, Sudan Trade Accusations of Backing Rival Rebellions2009-05-29
Chad is threatening to sever diplomatic relations with Sudan after the military says it beat back an assault by rebels based in Sudan. Khartoum denies it is behind that rebellion and says Sudan is ready to fight rebels it says are backed by Chad.
[VOA標準英語]Foreign Journalists Taken to Pakistan's Swat Valley to Assess Fighting's Toll2009-05-29
Military commanders in Pakistan say that an anti-Taliban offensive in and around the northwestern Swat valley has recaptured a large swath of territory after destroying terrorist bases and killing hundreds of militants.
[VOA標準英語]Afghan, Pakistani, Iranian Presidents Meet in Tehran2009-05-29
The leaders of Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to open their future meetings to other parties, which could include the United States. The tri-partite summit was held in Tehran.
[VOA標準英語]Powell Rebuts Conservative Critics2009-05-29
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell says he remains a Republican, and believes the party should be more inclusive and moderate. Meanwhile, staunch conservatives are questioning his Republican credentials.
[VOA標準英語]Guantanamo Debate Intensifies2009-05-29
The U.S. Congress may be on holiday recess this week, but the debate over the Obama administration's plans to close the Guantanamo detention center continues. The topic dominated the Sunday news interview programs broadcast each week on major American television networks.
voa常速英語:Mediation Aims to Avoid More US Foreclosures2009-05-29
Foreclosures continue to rise in Florida and other U.S. states hit hard by the real estate crisis. Several Florida counties are trying to fight back against the problem by bringing banks and homeowners together to find a way to save troubled mortgages from foreclosure.
該音頻有LRC字幕,點擊圖片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英語 voa常速英語:Cruise Ship Ordered Away from Australian Coast as...2009-05-29
Australian authorities have asked a cruise liner to cancel a planned port call after three crew members tested positive for the H1N1 flu virus, which is commonly known as swine flu.
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