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CNN新闻:奥巴马就巴以关系演说(2010-09-26)

发表时间:2010-09-26内容来源:VOA英语学习网
We should draw upon the teachings of tolerance that lie at the heart of three great religions that see Jerusalem’s soil as sacred. This time we should reach for what’s best within ourselves. If we do, when we come back here next year, we can have an agreement that will lead to a new member of the United Nations -- an independent, sovereign state of Palestine, living in peace with Israel. Now the American people are speaking out like never before. They're concerned about the future of our nation and the future for their children.They see a govenment of Washington that isn't listening doesn't get it American people think the Washington doesn't really care.Our government is out of control in Washington, and we need to reign it in and begin a new drive for a smaller, less costly and more accountable government in our nation's capital.These are the things that the American people are demanding, and our pledge to America is that the Republicans stand ready to get it done. Sadly, the New York City Police Department tells us that this diplomat is 34 years old. He was found in his apartment this morning by his driver, his chauffeur. Thirty-four years old. We don't know, again, whether he was married, had children, was living there by himself. The driver discovered him. The front door was left open, was left ajar. Police did find a knife and have recovered that from the scene. We don't know at this time, for sure, whether the driver was picking him up to take him to meet with his delegation, of course, for the U.N. General Assembly, which is meeting this week in New York. So the circumstances are still very murky at this time.( Right.)The police are not yet classifying this death as a homicide, as a suicide. We don't know. It's just too early. That's the message Ham Radio operator Dally Young said out one night, hoping it would make it 250 miles up in space. He was shocked when an astronaut on the International Space Station heard him and replied. They are 4.6 miles per second. Shocked because it's the fastest moving target you could imagine. I think I get a two window at the most space station.Talking his way through those 250 miles is as far as it goes. Young says he'd just like those guys to slow down next time they fly over. 来自:VOA英语网 文章地址: http://www.tingvoa.com/html/20100926/27768.html
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