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Shed light on: 使某事清楚

2005-07-13 10:53
Police raided six homes in Leeds searching for explosives and computer files that would shed more light on what were believed to be the first suicide bombings in Western Europe. They arrested a man, identified by the British news agency Press Association as a relative of one of the suspected bombers.

Overrun: 蹂躏,侵占

2005-07-12 11:04
World leaders joined 50,000 people to remember the victims of Europe's worst massacre since World War II -- the death of nearly 8,000 Muslims 10 years ago when Serbs overran the U.N.-protected enclave of Srebrenica.

Barbed: 有刺的

2005-07-12 09:31
Four suspected Arab terrorists broke out of a U.S. military detention facility in Afghanistan on Monday, fleeing through barbed wire stockades in the first escape from the compound since the American military took over the former Soviet airbase.

Margin of error: 误差幅度

2005-07-11 09:51
Additionally, the survey found that opposition to the Philippine leader fell and rose along age lines. Of the 600 people surveyed in the poll, conducted by TNS during the past week, 57.5 percent said Arroyo should quit. The poll was taken July 2-5, and had a margin of error of 4.1 percent. TNS is a London-based international polling company.

Disarmament: 裁军,解除武装

2005-07-11 09:11
North Korea said Saturday it will abandon its yearlong boycott of nuclear disarmament talks and resume negotiations this month with the U.S. and four other nations, a breakthrough reached just as U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice began a mission to end the impasse.

Head for: 动身,前往

2005-07-08 09:51
Dennis threatened to intensify as it headed straight for Cuba. Forecasters at the U.S. Hurricane Center in Miami predicted the storm could hit the United States anywhere from Florida to Louisiana by Sunday or Monday, raising fears that oil production in the Gulf of Mexico would be disrupted by the fourth storm in as many weeks

Double-decker: 双层巴士

2005-07-08 09:11
Terror struck in the heart of London on Thursday as explosions ripped through three subway trains and blasted the roof off a crowded red double-decker bus. At least 37 people were killed and more than 700 wounded in the deadliest attack on the city since the blitz in World War II.

Outskirts: 市郊,郊外

2005-07-07 09:42
Police battled thousands of protesters on the outskirts of town as the leaders of the United States, Japan, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Canada and Russia gathered for their annual economic summit.

Edge out: 微微胜过

2005-07-07 09:29
London edged out Paris in the hotly contested race to host the 2012 Olympics. The British capital, which last had the games in 1948 while continental Europe was rebuilding in the aftermath of World War II, upset Paris 54-50 on the fourth ballot Wednesday.

Anonymity: 匿名,无名

2005-07-06 09:05
The rescued American serviceman was being rushed to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, a U.S. Defense Department official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of ongoing search and rescue operations.

Blistering: 酷热的

2005-07-05 10:11
In blistering summer heat and blinding sandstorms, U.S. troops marked Independence Day on Monday with barbecues, volleyball and - for those who have them - dips in the pool. Bursts of gunfire and wailing sirens served as a reminder of why the troops are here.

Envoy: 外交使节,特使

2005-07-04 09:41
Gunmen seized Egypt's top envoy to Iraq, officials and witnesses said Sunday, in an apparent bid to discourage the country's Arab neighbors from bolstering ties to the embattled U.S.-backed government. Insurgents killed at least three Iraqi policemen and wounded two American soldiers in a series of attacks across the insurgent heartland.

Launch window: 发射时限

2005-07-01 10:06
"Based on a very thorough and very successful flight readiness review, we're currently go for launch of Discovery on July 13," NASA administrator Michael Griffin announced the decision after a two-day meeting of the US space agency to review Discovery's flight readiness. The planned launch window is from July 13 to 31.

Upbeat: 乐观的,愉快的

2005-07-01 09:48
The two leaders were upbeat, noting Beijing and Moscow had progressed on several issues in recent years. Chinese President Hu Jintao's four-day trip reflects the strategic importance Beijing places on ties with Russia.

Disrespectful: 失礼的,无礼的

2005-06-30 10:41
Italians say the operation, if proven to have been masterminded by the CIA, was not just illegal but disrespectful to a sovereign state that is one of America's closest allies.

Aggression: 侵略;挑衅

2005-06-30 09:25
A museum to commemorate the 60th anniversary of victory over the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, believed to be the country's largest non-governmental museum, is scheduled to be unveiled on Aug. 15 in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province.

Reinforcements: 增援部队

2005-06-29 09:40
A U.S. CH-47 Chinook transport helicopter, which a military official said may have been carrying 15 to 20 people, crashed Tuesday while ferrying reinforcements to fight insurgents in a mountainous region in eastern Afghanistan. The Taliban claimed to have shot down the aircraft.

Letup: 停顿,松懈,减弱

2005-06-28 09:13
The U.S. military said Monday it plans to expand its prisons across Iraq to hold as many as 16,000 detainees, as the relentless insurgency shows no sign of letup one year after the transfer of sovereignty to Iraqi authorities.

On one's heels: 紧随其后

2005-06-27 09:38
The assessment comes on the heels of the latest Associated Press-Ipsos poll showing public doubts about the war reaching a high point - with more than half saying that invading Iraq was a mistake.

Crash: 碰撞,坠落

2005-06-24 09:09
A U.S. Air Force U-2 spy plane involved in a mission in Afghanistan crashed while returning to its base in the United Arab Emirates, killing the pilot, the military said Wednesday.

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