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BBC在线收听下载:日本首相时隔7年将正式访华

Source: 恒星英语学习网    2018-10-29   English BBS   Favorite  

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Shinzo Abe is meeting China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing shortly during the first visit by a Japanese head of government to the country in seven years. Speaking after talks with the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Mr. Abe heralded a new era in his country’s relations with China. Steven McDonalds reports. The latest of China and Japan have not at a full-scale summit since 2011, but they have put aside political differences following a territorial dispute in the East China Sea to talk up potential benefits of increased cooperation between the world’s second and third largest economies. Talks between Shinzo Abe and Xi Jinping inside the Great Hall of the People are seen as highly symbolic. This meeting between the Japanese prime minister and Chinese president comes amid fears of a regional economic slowdown due to the unfolding trade war with the United States.

Generals from North and South Korea have been meeting to discuss the reduction of military tension of their heavily fortified border. The talks aimed to develop plans to turn part of the frontier into an easily accessible peace land. It is the third meeting on the subject this year after the leaders of the two countries reached the deal to demilitarize the border.

Police in the United States have searched the postal sorting office near Miami as they tried to identify who sent ten suspected pipe bombs to prominent critics of Donald Trump. Officials told US media they have believed some of the packages originated in Florida. Postal workers nationwide have been warned to be on the alert. Both sides have blamed each other for causing divisions as Chris Buckler in Washington explains. You have heard both sides. Democrats and Republicans say that there really needs to be a different tone to be political in America. They have called for it to be a more civil tone. However, there does seem to be little sign of that frankly. We have President Trump and his political opponents both blame for each other their kind of aggressive rhetoric that we have seen in the lead-up to these congressional elections, and they are crucial elections. Over the next week and a half, as the election comes closer, I suspect the fiery languages will return. Chris Buckler reporting.


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