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1. Then the sweet relationship took a turn(轉壞). She said Marcus began telling her what to do, what to wear and ＊demanding that she not attract other boys' attention.
2. The March 24 protests that pushed Akayev out came after weeks of growing tension in which opposition supporters seized control of several key cities and towns.
3. As hundreds of thousands of ordinary people queued for hours to pay homage(瞻仰遺容)to the third-longest reigning pope, the Roman Catholic cardinals(天主教樞機主教) temporarily running the Church met to discuss plans for Friday's funeral and the election of a successor(繼任者).
4. The crowds stretched as far as the eye could see, streaming up the broad boulevard that leads to St. Peter's Square(聖彼德廣場) and into the vast basillica(指St. Peter’s Basillica聖彼德大教堂), where John Paul's crimson-robed body lay in state, as visible and popular in death as he had been in life.
5. With Iraq weighing heavily on his personal ratings, Prime Minister Tony Blair made clear he was putting the Labour government's(工黨政府的) economic record at the heart of his bid(努力爭取) for a third term.
6. South Korea summoned(召見) Japan's ambassador on Wednesday to protest over official approval of textbooks(that) critics say whitewashes(隱瞞) Japanese history, while Chinese stores began boycotting Japanese goods.
7. Japan approved a new edition of a textbook on Tuesday that critics say whitewashes Japan's militaristic past(軍國主義的過去), drawing protests from China and South Korea and further fraying ties with the two Asian neighbours.
8. Taiwan Solidarity Union Chairman Su Chin-ching(蘇進強) was greeted by scores of protesters at the airport yesterday as he returned from a controversial visit to the Japanese Shinto Yasukuni Shrine(靖國神社) in Tokyo.
9. Three months after a tsunami, the only thing(that) we've gotten is small packets of food and supplies," said Samsur Bahri, 54, a shopkeeper who lost his home and now lives with nine people in a small room. "Where the money is, we don't know. It's just meetings, meetings, meetings."
10. Peter Jennings(詹寧斯), the sole anchor of ABC's evening newscast(美國廣播公晚間新聞唯一主播) for the past 22 years, announced yesterday that he was suffering from lung cancer and had begun treatment.
11. A 10-year-old Vietnamese girl has died from bird flu, according to local health officials. The girl, who lived in Hanoi, is believed to be the 50th recorded death from the virus in Asia since the latest outbreak hit in January 2004.
12. Monaco's Prince Rainier(摩納哥雷尼爾親王), whose marriage to U.S. actress Grace Kelly brought Hollywood glamour to his tiny state, died on Wednesday aged 81. The palace said Europe's longest reigning monarch died at 605 a.m. (0435 GMT) after a month in hospital battling lung, heart and kidney problems.
13. India and Pakistan have said a landmark bus service across the disputed Kashmir region will go ahead despite a militant attack on passengers waiting to travel. Two militants were shot dead as they attacked a building holding the passengers, who were unharmed.
14. Hundreds of thousands of Poles(波蘭人) are said to be planning to travel to Rome to attend the funeral of the Pope(教宗葬禮). People are reported to be setting off from towns across Poland on what many consider to be a pilgrimage.
15. Whoever succeeds the recently deceased Pope John Paul II(天主教教宗若望保祿二世) as the next leader of the Catholic Church is likely to renew talks with Beijing to establish diplomatic relations as one of his priorities. Should renewed talks(重新談判) lead to an exchange of recognition(交換外交承認) between the two sides, it would be a serious political blow to Taiwan, as the Vatican is the island's sole diplomatic ally in Europe.