Sentences Selected from the News
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1. He repeated a＊demand that China apologize and compensate for damages from recent violent anti-Japanese protests.
2. Canada's 10-month-old Liberal minority government(自由黨少數政府) lost a key censure vote(不信任投票) in Parliament on Tuesday, but ignored(不顧) opposition＊demands that it resign and call an election.
3. Chairman James Soong(宋楚瑜) of the opposition the People First Party (PFP) said, "Many people, like me, have not experienced war but have experienced separation from our loved ones(心愛的人) and the pain of separation, or have heard about our parents's sufferings."
Soong cited a well-known ancient Chinese poem which
describes a native son returning to his home town after many years of
pursuing a career, only to discover his beard has turned gray, though his
accents remain unchanged.
5. "We don't know exactly who was behind the bomb blasts. The regime may have caused this bomb blast and then blamed the opposition," he said.
6. U.S. President George W. Bush paid tribute on Sunday to the soldiers who died to free Europe from Nazi Germany 60 years ago and said a new generation was working to bring liberty to the Middle East.
7. More than 50 world leaders, including US President George W Bush, have been paying tribute in Moscow to the Soviet people's sacrifice in World War II. A mass parade(大閱兵) took place in Red Square(紅場) - the latest in a series of events in Europe marking 60 years since the Allied victory over Nazi Germany(納粹德國).
8. The leaders of China and South Korea have expressed deep concern about the deadlock over North Korea's nuclear weapons program. They called on the North to return immediately to six party talks which have been stalled since last June.
9. Haiti’s jailed Prime Minister Yvon Neptune has been on hunger strike for about 15 days and has refused medical care until the government drops its◆accusations that he organized a massacre.
10. Four suicide bombs killed at least 71 people in Iraq on Wednesday, the latest attacks in an escalating campaign of guerrilla violence that has killed nearly 400 Iraqis since a new government was unveiled two weeks ago.
11. North said in February it was pulling out of the six-country talks and confirmed for the first time it had nuclear weapons. It has since said it would enhance its deterrent force(嚇阻力量), and Washington fears Pyongyang could be preparing a nuclear test.
12. The White House and the Congress building were briefly evacuated when a light aircraft entered the no-fly zone(禁航區) over Washington DC. Staff were seen running out of the Capitol(美國國會大厦), after the alert was given just before noon on Wednesday.
13. Women born in the spring may reach the menopause(更年期) earlier than thoseborn in the autumn, say scientists. A study of nearly 3,000 women found many of thoseborn in March had hit the menopause aged 48, while the age for thoseborn in October was often 50.
14. A new report from the Miami-based Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center says new lawspassed to combat terrorism in the United States are being used against migrants who apply for political asylum, or who come to the U.S. seeking work.
15. Brazil, the land of beaches, bikinis and carnival(名詞片語，作Brazil,的同位語), is not exploiting its tourism potential(觀光潛力) and could miss the chance to become a major travel destination, tourism industry(觀光業) official said on Monday.
◎ I left home young and not till old do I come back,