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        英语专业四级考试新闻听力突破 VOA-Unit01

        [00:06.31]第三章 VOA新闻突破训练

        [00:12.28]Unit 1 Politics

        [00:15.94]News Item 1

        [00:20.31]In a rolling flourish of activity,

        [00:22.37]protesters gathered near the White House,

        [00:24.69]the Capitol, the Internal Revenue Service,

        [00:26.75]and the American Petroleum Institute

        [00:28.87]among other well-known landmarks

        [00:30.81]to voice their anger over the continuing war in Iraq.

        [00:35.12]Among them: New York resident Jim Anderson,

        [00:37.62]who traveled to Washington

        [00:39.15]to take part in the demonstrations.

        [00:41.75]Polls have shown a gradual erosion of popular support

        [00:45.09]for the war effort in Iraq since Saddam Hussein's ouster.

        [00:47.97]The low-point for approval of the war

        [00:50.68]came a year ago,

        [00:51.81]when opinion surveys

        [00:53.16]showed roughly seven of 10 Americans opposed.

        [00:56.00]Although a majority of Americans

        [00:58.44]continue to disapprove,

        [01:00.00]pessimism over the war's chances of success

        [01:03.37]appears to have moderated slightly

        [01:05.37]since President Bush ordered a troop surge

        [01:07.78]that is believed to have brought about a decrease

        [01:10.22]in bloodshed in Iraq over the last nine months.

        [01:23.47]News Item 2

        [01:25.81]Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama

        [01:28.88]forcefully rejected the idea of running

        [01:31.97]as Hillary Clinton's

        [01:33.22]vice presidential running mate Monday.

        [01:35.56]Obama's comments came

        [01:37.19]in the wake of suggestions

        [01:39.03]from the Clinton campaign

        [01:40.28]that the two candidates form a dream ticket,

        [01:43.16]with Clinton in the top spot.

        [01:45.25]Campaigning in Mississippi

        [01:47.19]in advance of Tuesday's primary,

        [01:49.47]Obama left no doubt

        [01:51.44]that he rejects the idea of joining a ticket

        [01:54.35]in which he would agree

        [01:55.69]to be the vice presidential running mate

        [01:57.66]of Hillary Clinton.

        [01:59.25]Obama's comments

        [02:00.94]came after remarks from Hillary Clinton last week

        [02:03.97]suggesting the possibility of the two rivals

        [02:07.00]running together on the same ticket,

        [02:09.22]with Clinton in the top spot.

        [02:11.34]Hillary's husband, former President Bill Clinton,

        [02:14.72]also promoted the idea,

        [02:16.75]noting that each contender

        [02:18.72]would bring strengths to a combined ticket.

        [02:31.72]News Item 3

        [02:33.66]South Korean officials

        [02:35.25]are confirming an election result

        [02:36.91]that has been expected for weeks.

        [02:38.81]Former Seoul Mayor Lee Myung-bak

        [02:41.94]has apparently won the presidency

        [02:43.72]by about half of the popular vote.

        [02:45.85]With more than 90 percent

        [02:47.66]of the popular vote tallied

        [02:49.19]late Wednesday night,

        [02:50.50]South Korean election officials said

        [02:52.72]former Seoul Mayor Lee Myung-bak

        [02:55.15]has about 48 percent of the day's votes.

        [02:58.62]Campaign officials

        [02:59.81]at the headquarters

        [03:01.21]of Lee Myung-bak's Grand National Party

        [03:03.24]erupted into cheers earlier Wednesday,

        [03:05.68]as national news networks

        [03:07.43]forecasted his landslide victory.

        [03:09.52]Outgoing President Roh Moo-hyun

        [03:12.71]phoned Lee with a congratulatory message

        [03:15.46]soon after the election's results became clear.

        [03:17.96]Mr. Lee, a former Seoul mayor

        [03:20.31]and corporate chairman,

        [03:21.52]has promised to cut taxes,

        [03:22.77]double per capita income,

        [03:24.74]and boost South Korea's growth rate

        [03:26.90]from the current four percent to seven percent.

        [03:29.30]He has also said

        [03:31.59]he will take a more "businesslike" approach

        [03:33.30]toward South Korean aid

        [03:34.43]and investment in North Korea.

        [03:46.09]News Item 4

        [03:48.18]Taiwan's newly elected president says

        [03:51.24]he will work to improve ties with Beijing

        [03:53.50]as promised during his campaign,

        [03:55.99]but he says

        [03:57.53]he has no plans to visit China any time soon.

        [04:00.46]Many Taiwanese citizens

        [04:02.50]are happy with their leader-to-be,

        [04:04.71]but at the same time are wondering

        [04:07.25]how China and Taiwan will get along now.

        [04:10.49]Fireworks erupted Saturday night

        [04:13.03]over the campaign headquarters of Ma Ying-jeou,

        [04:15.84]a Harvard-educated lawyer

        [04:17.99]and former mayor of Taipei.

        [04:19.90]Ma, from the Nationalist Party,

        [04:22.43]won Taiwan's presidential election

        [04:24.78]with 58% of the vote.

        [04:27.34]More than 41% of voters

        [04:29.59]chose his opponent Frank Hsieh

        [04:31.56]from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party.

        [04:34.02]The incumbent President Chen Shuibian

        [04:37.15]is widely seen as pushing for Taiwan independence

        [04:40.77]which has angered China

        [04:42.34]and it's led to increased cross-strait's tension.

        [04:45.46]Beijing considers the island part of the Chinese nation

        [04:49.37]and it's vowed to use force

        [04:51.40]if necessary

        [04:52.12]to prevent it from declaring independence.

        [05:04.59]News Item 5

        [05:07.31]Malaysia's opposition is scoring some wins today

        [05:11.06]in the country's general elections.

        [05:12.72]The Democratic Action Party

        [05:14.96]has ousted the ruling National Front Coalition

        [05:18.01]in the northern state of Penang.

        [05:19.73]The opposition Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party

        [05:23.17]will keep control of the northeastern state of Kelantan,

        [05:26.92]which was previously the only state in Malaysia

        [05:30.54]held by the opposition.

        [05:31.98]One voter in Kuala Lumpur says

        [05:35.17]he voted for the opposition today

        [05:37.01]out of disillusionment with the ruling coalition.

        [05:39.60]"I think, better we vote Islamic, Islamic …No.

        [05:44.79]This is not very clear about Islamic will.

        [05:47.89]It's time for change."

        [05:49.89]The opposition has called for an end

        [05:52.20]to Malaysia's system

        [05:53.55]of race-based political parties.

        [06:05.61]News Item 6

        [06:07.73]After a very troubled year

        [06:10.08]that saw Japan's ruling party

        [06:12.36]embroiled in allegations of

        [06:14.17]financial wrongdoings and scandals,

        [06:16.92]Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

        [06:19.01]has decided to call it quits.

        [06:21.30]During a televised news conference,

        [06:23.64]Mr. Abe says he is resigning

        [06:26.42]because he believes

        [06:27.67]Japan needs a new leader

        [06:29.36]to fight against terrorism,

        [06:30.82]and the country needs a new leader

        [06:33.17]the people can support and trust.

        [06:46.49]News Item 7

        [06:47.86]Zimbabwe's High Court

        [06:50.14]has begun hearing a petition

        [06:51.83]from the country's main opposition party

        [06:54.15]demanding the immediate release

        [06:56.11]of presidential election results.

        [06:58.11]Zimbabwe's electoral commission

        [07:00.80]has yet to release any results

        [07:03.15]from the presidential vote,

        [07:04.61]which was held 8 days ago.

        [07:06.14]The delay has raised concerns

        [07:08.55]that the government of President Robert Mugabe

        [07:11.17]is trying to rig the outcome.

        [07:13.27]Earlier today,

        [07:14.64]state media said

        [07:15.90]the ruling party requested a recount

        [07:17.96]and for the electoral commission

        [07:19.92]to defer any announcement of the results.

        [07:22.55]The spokesman of the opposition party says

        [07:25.74]his request is a sign of ballot tampering.

        [07:38.11]News Item 8

        [07:40.43]Pakistan's ruling party

        [07:42.71]has conceded defeat

        [07:44.18]in Monday's parliamentary elections

        [07:46.40]in which voters

        [07:47.71]rejected President Pervez Musharraf's political allies

        [07:51.18]in favor of opposition parties.

        [07:53.68]The chairman of the Pakistan Muslim League-Q party,

        [07:57.27]told reporters today

        [07:59.52]that members of his party accept the results

        [08:02.14]and are prepared to sit on opposition benches

        [08:05.49]in parliament.

        [08:06.65]Early results show

        [08:07.96]slain opposition leader

        [08:09.33]Benazir Butto's Pakistan People's Party

        [08:11.86]winning the most seats

        [08:13.61]in the 342-member National Assembly so far.

        [08:17.18]Former Prime Minister

        [08:19.30]Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League-N party

        [08:22.09]is in second.

        [08:23.37]Final results are expected late today.

        [08:26.52]Mr. Sharif said he plans

        [08:29.30]to meet with Ms. Butto's husband Asif Ali Zardari -

        [08:32.87]now the leader of the PPP on Thursday

        [08:36.15]to discuss forming a new government.

        [08:38.71]He urged President Musharraf

        [08:41.09]to accept the verdict of the people

        [08:42.96]and step down.

        [08:44.08]The results so far

        [08:46.12]also show Islamic Party

        [08:48.02]is failing badly in Pakistan's tribal region

        [08:51.27]with the secular Awami National Party

        [08:53.84]holding a lead

        [08:54.93]in the northwest frontier province.

        [09:07.09]News Item 9

        [09:09.09]Egypt says

        [09:10.68]President Hosni Mubarak will not

        [09:13.40]attend an Arab summit

        [09:15.06]in the Syrian capital Damascus this week.

        [09:16.93]Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul-Gheit

        [09:20.21]told the state News Agency today

        [09:21.99]that a lower level cabinet minister

        [09:24.34]will head the Egyptian delegation instead.

        [09:26.80]The two-day's summit

        [09:28.68]which began Saturday

        [09:29.84]is typically attended

        [09:31.12]by heads of states

        [09:32.27]from the participating Arab countries.

        [09:34.15]Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday

        [09:37.12]from Lebanon

        [09:37.96]that it would boycott the summit.

        [09:39.77]On Monday

        [09:41.17]Saudi Arabia announced its king Abdullah

        [09:43.76]will not be attending the summit

        [09:45.83]in protest against Syrian meddling

        [09:47.55]in its neighbor's affairs.

        [09:59.33]News Item 10

        [10:01.23]Officials in the government

        [10:03.26]of South Korea President Lee Myung-bak

        [10:05.89]say they will back United Nation's resolution

        [10:09.17]critical of Human Rights abuses in North Korea.

        [10:12.73]South Korea Foreign Ministry officials

        [10:15.36]confirmed Wednesday

        [10:16.61]Seoul will support the measure

        [10:18.45]expected to come to a vote

        [10:20.29]in the United Nation's Human Rights Council

        [10:22.67]later this week.

        [10:24.26]Several similar measures in previous years

        [10:27.51]is based on the reporting

        [10:29.26]of UN appoint of special research

        [10:31.64]of Vitit Muntarbhorn, a Thai legal scholar.
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