May 4, 2011

VOA Special English News 14

President Obama says that the world is a safer and better place without al-Qaida leader, Osama bin Laden. The President spoke in Washington Monday. He says the death of Osama bin Laden is the most important development yet in the operation to defeat the al-Qaida. Mr. Obama announced Osama bin Laden's death in a Sunday night television broadcast.

American officials say genetic testing confirmed that the body was that of the al-Qaida leader. A small team of Americans killed him during a raid in Pakistan. No American lives were lost in the operation. One official said the United states did not share information about the raid with any other country.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the battles against al-Qaida and its allies will not stop with the death of Osama bin Laden. Secretary Clinton said the United States will continue to fight the Taliban in Afghanistan. She also thanked Pakistan for its cooperation. She says Pakistan helped lead the United States to the place for the al-Qaida leader was living.

State department has warned Americans living or traveling outside the United States to watch out for their own safety. It said the killing of Osama bin Laden could incite anti-American violence in some areas.

オバマ大統領は、アルカイダのリーダー、オサマ・ビン・ラディンがいなくなり、世界は安全でより良い場所となった、と言った。 月曜日、オバマ大統領は、ワシントンで語った。彼は、アルカイダを掃討する作戦の中でも、オサマ・ビン・ラディンの死は、最も重要な進展であると言った。オバマ大統領は、日曜日のテレビ番組の中で、オサマ・ビン・ラディンの死を報じた。




1 comment:

ジョン said...

"President spoke in Washington Monday."
--> The President spoke in Washington Monday.

"development, yet"
You don't need a comma here.

"Small team"
--> A small team

"the United state"
--> the United States

"State, Hillary"
--> State Hillary

Another great job. Perhaps one day you should think about getting a job in which you can use your English!