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(总片头+新闻片头) A: Good morning everyone. It’s____,Monday. B: Welcome to ourviews of the world.I’m ___. A; I’m__. Here are today’s news titles. B:CPC National Congress gets world attention. A:China's economy regains momentum B:Mo Yan gives Nobel Prize Speech. A:5 children found dead in trash bin B:7.3-magnitude quake hits off Japan A:Obama wins second term, challenges await B:Apple iPhone 5 on sale in China by December A:ROK's president-elect seeks better ties (音乐) (国内政治) (国内经济) (国内热点、国内文化) (国内热点、国内民生) (国际热点、亚洲) (国际热点、美国) (国际热点,科技) (国际热点)

B:CPC National Congress gets world attention
Paying close attention to the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), foreign government officials, politicians and media said that the event would chart the course of China's future development and have an influence on the world. Danish Minister for European Affairs NicolajWammen said on Tuesday that the 18th CPC National Congress, which opened in Beijing Thursday, has drawn wide attention in China and overseas, as it would have significant influence on the world.

A day later, Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Anatoly Tozik said that the congress would ensure continuity in China's foreign and domestic policy, adding that the more successful China develops, the greater impact it can have on world peace and stability. Jean-Luc Melenchon, French left-wing leader, said in a recent interview that China's development was "a chance for all mankind." "China, through its rise as well as the relaying of its domestic market, can be a power which will be able to pacify international economic relations by providing the world with a pole of stability," he added. Hailing the CPC congress as an "event of great significance," Pham Van Linh, a senior official of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), said on November 4 that the CPC will set forth major guidelines to solve its current problems and open a new chapter for the country's development. The deputy head of the CPV Central Committee's Commission for Propaganda and Education wished the ongoing CPC congress a great success, saying the CPV and the Vietnamese people are confident that under the leadership of the CPC, the Chinese people will certainly attain greater achievements in building a commonly prosperous and harmonious society. An article, posted on the BBC website on November 2, said "China's economic rise -an annual growth rate of 10 percent for more than 30 years -- has been masterminded by the Chinese state." "It is the most remarkable economic transformation the world has seen since the

modern era began with Britain's industrial revolution in the late 18th century," it added.


A:China's economy regains momentum
China's economy is regaining momentum and growth of the world's second largest economy will exceed 7.5 percent in 2012. But, the groundwork for an economic rebound still needs more work, the head of China's economic planning agency said on Saturday. Signs of an uplift in the economy were obvious in October and China will likely achieve its economic growth target for this year, said Zhang Ping, minister of the National Development and Reform Commission. The country's growth slowed to 7.4 percent in the third quarter of the year, a decline for the seventh consecutive quarter, sparking concerns that China may repeat the economic downturn seen in 2008 as a result of the global financial crisis. But Zhang said the slowdown this year was partly due to government intervention, as a more moderated pace would allow leeway for China to shift its growth model. "Many factors contributed to this year's slowdown. The government has taken the initiative to lower this year's growth target to 7.5 percent to realize more sustainable development of the Chinese economy," said Zhang at a news conference Saturday during the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. External conditions also affected growth. The sovereign debt crisis in Europe has yet to be solved, growth in other major economies had been pessimistic, and these factors have dragged down the growth of emerging economies.

"China, as a big economy, became deeply involved in the process of globalization. The worldwide slowdown and weak external demand also had impact on China," he said. However, recent figures indicate that China may be reversing the trend. October data including total industrial output value, total retail sales and import and export statistics all showed improved performances compared to the last two months. The government is expected to launch a new income-distribution framework soon to reduce income inequality, according to reports. (音乐)

B: Mo Yan gives Nobel Prize speech
Chinese writer Mo Yan, winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature, described himself as a storyteller in a lecture at the Swedish Academy on Friday afternoon. It is telling stories that earned him the prize, the Nobel laureate said. In the lecture titled "Storytellers," he talked about how he started story telling as a child and shared with the listeners his memory of his childhood and mother, "the person who is most on my mind at this moment." "As repayment for mother's kindness and a way to demonstrate my memory, I'd retell the stories for her in vivid detail," said Mo Yan. He also recalled memories of being surrounded by adults instead of children of his age after he dropped out of school, which "created a powerful reality" in his mind and later became a part of his own fiction.

By introducing the background of his most famous works such as "Frog," "Life and Death are Wearing Me Out," "Big Breasts and Wide Hips," "The Garlic Ballads", "Sandalwood Death" and "The Transparent Carrot," Mo Yan shared the inspiration behind the stories and the way they were produced. "Many interesting things have happened to me in the wake of winning the prize, and they have convinced me that truth and justice are alive and well," said Mo Yan. "So I will continue telling my stories in the days to come," he said at the end of his lecture. Mo Yan, who arrived in Sweden on Thursday morning, will attend the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony and the Nobel Banquet next Monday. (音乐)

A:5 children found dead in trash bin
Local authorities confirmed that five vagrant children were found dead in a trash bin in Southwest China's Guizhou province on Friday morning. The investigation into their deaths is ongoing, and the children have not been identified. The government attaches great importance to the case, Xie Di, a publicity official from the city government of Bijie, said on Sunday. Li Yuanlong, a netizen at club.kdnet.net, a popular online forum, wrote on Friday night that the children climbed inside a trash bin to stay warm on Bijie city's Huandong Road and suffocated. The trash bin is about 1.5 meters high and 1.3 meters wide, according to photos that Li posted on Saturday.

An elderly woman who picks up trash found the victims, who were around the age of 10, in the trash bin, Beijing News reported. Police have ruled out foul play, the report quoted an anonymous publicity official as saying. The report said the temperature reached a low of 6 C on Thursday night. The children had been living near the trash bin in a shelter they built using plastic tarpaulin, cement blocks and plywood, Li quoted residents who lived nearby as saying. Ma Li, director of a rescue center for homeless children in Xuzhou, Jiangsu province, said the children may have eaten food they found in the trash bin and died from food poisoning. Li said the tragedy exposed an unresolved dilemma in the government's rescue work for vagrant children. "Rescue centers don't have a long-term effective way to help these children as they can only provide food and shelter for a maximum of 10 days. After that, the rescue centers are required to send these children home," he said. Most vagrant children don't want to go home as they have bad relationships with their parents and may be victims of domestic violence, he said. "For this reason, many children shy away from rescue centers and feel reluctant to seek help," he said. The civil affairs department and rescue centers hand out blankets and padded coats during the winter to the homeless, but more needs to be done, he said. The government should work out a new mechanism that encourages NGOs, schools and individuals to participate in helping vagrants, he urged.

(音乐) B:Then let’s focus on some external news.

B:7.3-magnitude quake hits off Japan
A strong quake centred off northeastern Japan shook buildings as far away as Tokyo on Friday and triggered a one-metre tsunami in an area devastated by last year's Fukushima disaster, but there were no immediate reports of deaths or serious damage. The quake had a preliminary magnitude of 7.3, the U.S. Geological Survey said, adding that there was no risk of a widespread tsunami. The March 2011 earthquake and following tsunami killed nearly 20,000 people and triggered the world's worst nuclear crisis in 25 years when the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear plant was destroyed, leaking radiation into the sea and air. Workers at the plant were ordered to move to higher ground after Friday's quake. Tokyo Electric Power Co, the operator of the Fukushima nuclear plant, reported no irregularities at its nuclear plants. All but two of Japan's 50 nuclear reactors have been idled since the Fukushima disaster as the government reviews safety. The quake measured a "lower 5" in Miyagi prefecture on Japan's scale of one to seven, meaning there might be some damage to roads and houses that are less quake resistant. The scale measures the amount of shaking and in that sense gives a better idea of possible damage than the magnitude. The quake registered a 4 in Tokyo.

The one-metre tsunami hit at Ishinomaki, in Miyagi, at the centre of the devastation from the March 2011 disaster. All Miyagi trains halted operations and Sendai airport, which was flooded by the tsunami last year, closed its runway. Last year's quake, which measured 9.0, triggered fuel-rod meltdowns at Fukushima, causing radiation leakage, contamination of food and water and mass evacuations. Much of the area is still deserted. The government declared in December that the disaster was under control. (音乐)

A:Obama wins second term, challenges await
President Barack Obama won a second term in the White House on Tuesday, overcoming deep doubts among voters about his handling of the US economy to score a clear victory over Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

Americans chose to stick with a divided government in Washington, however, by leaving the US Congress as it is, with Obama's fellow Democrats controlling the Senate and Republicans keeping the House of Representatives.

After a long, bitter and expensive campaign, the 51-year-old Obama began trying to bring Americans together in a victory speech before thousands of cheering supporters in Chicago. Accused by Romney throughout the campaign of taking a partisan tone, Obama vowed to reach out to Republicans in his new, four-year term.

"You voted for action, not politics as usual," Obama said, calling for compromise and pledging to work with leaders of both parties to reduce the deficit, to reform the tax code

and immigration laws, and to cut dependence on foreign oil.

The nationwide popular vote remained extremely close with Obama taking about 50 percent to 49 percent for Romney after a campaign in which the candidates and their party allies spent a combined $2 billion. But Obama comfortably won the electoral votes needed in the state-by-state system used to choose US presidents.

Obama scored impressive victories across the country, so much so that the big build-up over Ohio, Virginia and Florida fizzled. Obama reached the 270 electoral votes needed for election even without those three states, rolling up wins in Democratic strongholds and carrying Nevada, Iowa and Colorado.

In the end, he also won Ohio and Virginia and was ahead in Florida, where votes were still being counted. (音乐)

B:Apple iPhone 5 on sale in China by December
Apple Inc's latest handset, the iPhone 5, is expected to be on sale in China by December, according to a statement from its Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, in the company's quarterly financial report.

Apple has been placing greater emphasis on the Chinese market since Cook took over, illustrated by its store expansion in the country and a shortened new product delivery time gap between the United States and China. The country now delivers about 15 percent of its total income, about 5 percent higher

than when Cook took over Apple a year ago.

About 60 percent of its revenue comes from outside the US, with China now accounting for a quarter of that, said the report.

However, in the smartphone market, Cook admitted that despite iPhone sales in the country enjoying a 38 percent annual rise, its latest handset, iPhone 5 hasn't arrived yet, while its main rival Samsung Electronics Co introduced Google Inc's Android-based system Galaxy III months ago.

Apple sold more than 5 million iPhone 5s in the first three days after its launch on Sept 21.

But the South Korean company now has double the number of global smartphone shipments of its US rival, and has earned record high quarterly profits from July to September, according to IT research company International Data Corporation

IDC said Apple sold 26.9 million iPhones during the quarter, while Samsung sold 56.3 million smartphones.

Wang Jiping, IDC's senior analyst in China, said: "China is the largest smartphone market worldwide, and Samsung has seen dramatic market share growth (there) during the past year."

The company almost doubled its quarterly profits from a year ago to $7.4 billion, while Apple posted quarterly net profit of $8.2 billion during the same period.

Most noticeable were sales of its Galaxy range of smartphones which have now surpassed Apple's iPhone shipments in the Chinese market and globally. (音乐)

A:ROK's president-elect seeks better ties
Park Geun-hye, incoming first female president of the Republic of Korea, lost no time on Thursday in paving the way for improved regional ties.

Following her hard-fought election victory over Moon Jae-in on Wednesday, Park met top envoys from regional powers.

Observers predicted that Northeast Asia's first female president will strike a more balanced approach in Seoul's diplomacy with major players in the Asia-Pacific region, including the United States, China, Russia and Japan, to reduce tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

Park was in the media spotlight on Thursday, having a tight schedule that saw her visit the National Cemetery and deliver a policy speech at her conservative Saenuri Party's headquarters in Seoul.

She vowed to place top priority on national security, as Pyongyang's successful long-range rocket launch on Dec 12 underlined the "grave" security reality on the Korean Peninsula, Seoul's Yonhap News Agency reported.

Park also said regional tensions stemming from sovereignty and long-standing disputes in Northeast Asia, along with global economic difficulties also weigh heavily on the ROK.

(音乐) B: That’s all for today’s news. Thanks for listening. A:See you next week. (片尾)



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