Sentences Selected from the News
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1. Mothers in southern Sudan(蘇丹) are feeding their children leaves to stop them starving to death(餓死) after rich countries failed to heed(注意) months of appeals to prevent the region's worst food crisis in seven years.
2. "I did not want to ask for a permit to carry them (guns) because I believed that the pen is mightier than the gun(文勝於武), but with what's happening now, journalists are being killed like helpless chickens," said a columnist.
3. A Thai policeman was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for killing a young British couple last year following an argument at a restaurant in the resort townmade famous by the bridge over the River Kwai(桂河大橋).
4. Floods ahead of main monsoon rains(雨季) killed 10 people, washed away hundreds of houses and damaged crop in northeastern Bangladesh, officials said on Thursday.
5. If charged and convicted (省略子句，if 後省略了he is), Ching Cheong(程翔), 55, could face the death penalty(死刑). He was detained by agents of the state security apparatus(國家安全機構) in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou(廣州) on April 22.
6. A senior official in Japan's ruling coalition said on Tuesday that Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi should stop his annual visits to a shrine for war dead that is seen by China and other neighbors as a symbol of wartime militarism.
7. An Argentine judge has lost his job because a court found him guilty of being lazy. Judge Nestor Narizano was found guilty after it (it是虛主詞，代替後面實主詞的名詞子句) was discovered that he was attending a psychology university during the time he was supposed to be working.
8. At least 20 people have died in a suspected suicide bomb attack at a mosque in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar, the worst attack this year(名詞片語，作bomb attack 的同位語). Kabul police chief Mohammed Akram was among those killed, officials say.
9. Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari says he is worried that the US may pull its troops out before local forces are able to maintain security. He told the UN Security Council that the US-led Multi-National Force should stay in the country until Iraqi forces were able to do the job themselves.
10. Pakistani(巴基斯坦的) police Tuesday recovered the bodies of six men killed during violent protests in Karachi. The riots erupted after a suicide attack at a Shi'ite(什葉派) mosque in the city killed five people and injured 26 others. Four of the victims were burned alive when the mob set fire to a crowded restaurant. Police say two others froze to death while they hid in the restaurant freezer.