[VOA标准英语]US Official in Poland to Discuss Missiles Threat2009-06-30
The top U.S. military officer told Polish officials in Warsaw Monday the Obama Administration has still not decided whether to proceed with the Bush Administration's plan to build a missile defense installation in Poland and the Czech Republic.
[VOA标准英语]New Torture Allegations Against Kenyan Security2009-06-30
A human-rights group is bringing fresh allegations of torture by Kenya's security forces. In a new report, Human Rights Watch says hundreds of civilians were tortured or beaten during a government security operation to disarm militants last year.
[VOA标准英语]Indonesia's Anti-Corruption Effort Faces Threat2009-06-30
During Indonesia's ongoing election campaign, it seems the candidates have made corruption their highest priority. Some small political parties have hung large banners throughout Jakarta, demanding the death penalty for the corrupt.
[VOA标准英语]Brazil Wins Confederations Cup in Last Minutes of Game2009-06-30
Brazil has won football's Confederations Cup after overcoming a two-point deficit to beat the United States by a score of 3-2. Here's our report from Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg.
[VOA标准英语]Russian Activists Concerned Obama May Pursue Pragmatic Policies2009-06-30
Although President Obama has yet to detail his Russia policy, the Kremlin says it is receiving positive signals from his administration about the prospects for resetting the relationship between Moscow and Washington.
[VOA标准英语]Clinton Cites 'Huge Credibility Gap' in Iran Over Election2009-06-30
Clinton says the broad skepticism among Iranians about the electoral process and the apparent re-election of President Ahmadinejad is unlikely to be quelled by Monday's announcement by Iran's Guardian Council that a partial recount upheld the originally-announced outcome.
[VOA标准英语]Burma Court Rejects Aung San Suu Kyi Witness Appeal2009-06-30
Burma's highest court has rejected an appeal to allow more defense witnesses in the trial of detained democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. The trial has been widely condemned as rigged to keep the Nobel Peace Prize winner locked up.
[VOA标准英语]Michael Jackson's Mother Requests Permanent Guardianship of Jackson Children2009-06-30
As fans mourn the death of pop star Michael Jackson, the singer's family is sorting out the details of his estate. Jackson's mother is asking to administer his estate on behalf of his three children.
[VOA标准英语]Top US Officer Takes More Active Role on Afghanistan2009-06-30
The top American military officer, Admiral Mike Mullen, has taken a particularly active role in changing the U.S. approach to Afghanistan, contributing to the new strategy, choosing the new commander for U.S. and NATO forces, and deciding to replace the previous one a year ahead of schedule.
[VOA标准英语]Anti-Taliban Campaign in Pakistan's Swat Valley Enters Final Phase2009-06-30
Pakistan says the military is in the final phase of its campaign to expel Taliban militants from northwestern Swat Valley and surrounding areas. But, there are no reports that government forces have killed or captured top Taliban leaders in the region.
[VOA标准英语]New Honduras Government Resists International Pressure2009-06-30
The new president in Honduras is rejecting international pressure to allow the return of President Manuel Zelaya, who was ousted by military forces on Sunday. Mr. Zelaya is meeting with Latin American heads of state in Nicaragua to demand that the new government step down.
[VOA标准英语]Iraqis Celebrate Day of National Sovereignty Marking US Troop Pullback2009-06-30
Iraqis are staging a national celebration to mark the impending June 30th withdrawal of U.S. troops from most cities, towns and villages. Celebrations in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, include music, dance and poetry.
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A human-rights group is bringing fresh allegations of torture by Kenya's security forces. In a new report, Human Rights Watch says hundreds of civilians were tortured or beaten during a government security operation to disarm militants last year.
voa常速英语:US Official in Poland to Discuss Missiles Threat2009-06-30
The top U.S. military officer told Polish officials in Warsaw Monday the Obama Administration has still not decided whether to proceed with the Bush Administration's plan to build a missile defense installation in Poland and the Czech Republic.
[VOA标准英语]Michael Jackson Mourned in Britain Where Comeback Was Planned2009-06-29
The death of Michael Jackson has been greeted with a heightened sense of sadness in Britain, where the "King of Pop" had planned to stage an ambitious series of 50 concerts as part of a long awaited comeback.
[VOA标准英语]Pop Star Michael Jackson Dead at 50; Autopsy Likely Friday2009-06-29
Michael Jackson, known as the King of Pop, died suddenly Thursday in Los Angeles at the age of 50. Entertainment stars and fans are offering condolences over the death of the pop singer.
[VOA标准英语]Quartet Calls on Israel to Freeze Settlement Activity2009-06-29
The so-called Quartet of Middle East negotiators has called on Israel to freeze all settlement activity and lift its blockage on the Gaza strip. Meeting in Italy Friday representatives of the Quartet also called on the Palestinian Authority to continue to make all efforts to fight violent extremism.
[VOA标准英语]Iran's Guardian Council Endorses Results of Disputed Election2009-06-29
Iran's electoral watchdog, the Guardian Council, says has seen no signs of fraud in 10 days of investigations, rejecting claims by three defeated presidential candidates of vote rigging. At the same time, a hardline cleric told Friday's prayer gathering in Tehran that "rioters" should be executed.
[VOA标准英语]Mullen Welcomes Kyrgyz Base Decision, Talks Missile Defense with Russians2009-06-29
The top U.S. military officer has welcomed progress toward reversing the Kyrgyz government decision to end U.S. use of a key base for supplying the allied mission in Afghanistan.
[VOA标准英语]Liberians Mourn Michael Jackson2009-06-29
Around the world, fans of pop star Michael Jackson are mourning his unexpected death on Thursday. It is a shocking day for everyone in Liberia where Jackson's music and style were much loved.
[VOA标准英语]US Congressional Hearing Examines Military, Political Situation in Somalia2009-06-29
The violent and unstable situation in Somalia was the subject of a U.S. congressional hearing on Thursday. Testimony by officials from Somalia, the United Nations and the African Union, and experts came as the Obama administration confirmed it has decided to bolster Somalia's embattled Transitional Federal Government against Islamist forces.
[VOA标准英语]Somalia Fighting Forces More to Flee Capital2009-06-29
The United Nations refugee agency says nearly 170,000 people have now been displaced from their homes in Somalia's capital since Islamist insurgents launched a renewed offensive in early May.
[VOA标准英语]Turkey Tries to Walk Line Between West, Iran2009-06-29
Turkey appears to be taking a different stance than its European and U.S. allies in the wake of Iran's elections. The Turkish president and prime minister were among the first of the few countries to congratulate Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on his disputed victory.
[VOA标准英语]Michael Jackson Made his Mark in Pakistan2009-06-29
Pakistani fans of Michael Jackson say they are shocked and saddened by the news of his sudden death. Jackson, who was often described as the most popular musician in the world, made his mark here in Pakistan, too.
[VOA标准英语]Severe Heat Wave Grips Many Parts of India2009-06-29
A severe heat wave sweeping across the plains of India has claimed at least 100 lives. It has also led to power and water shortages in many parts of the country, including the capital, New Delhi.
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