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新聞的MAIN IDEA?(20點)

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Find the main idea in each of the following.

1.TEL AVIV (UPI)─Despite protests by his widow, the Tel Aviv municipal government today knocked down the security wall around the home of the late soldier and diplomat, Mo she Dayan, saying it stood on public land.

MAIN IDEA: The Tel Aviv municipal government knocked down the wall around the home of Moshe Dayan.

2. TOKYO (UPI)─Apparently succumbing to Wash¬ington's high pressure, Japan will join the United States in clamping economic sanctions against Iran despite Teheran's threat to cut off oil supplies, gov¬ernment sources said yesterday.

MAIN IDEA:

3.WASHINGTON (AP)─Ignoring protests it was aid¬ing "Marxists and leftists," the US Senate voted 54 to 35 Tuesday to authorize $75 million in aid to help rebuild the war-shattered economy of Nicaragua.

. MAIN IDEA:

4. TOKYO (Reuter)─Japan, worried about the growing amphibious strength of the Soviet Pacific fleet, plans to develop a missile for use against ships trying to bring invasion forces to the archipelago, Japanese Defense Ministry sources said yesterday.

MAIN IDEA:

5. ROME (AP)─Angry because he was not given per¬manent permission to bring his small circus to sub¬urban Rome, lion tamer Mario Vulcannelli took to the streets-with his eight lions.

MAIN IDEA:

6.PHILADELPHIA (Reuter)─Declaring that Phila¬delphia was on the verge of financial collapse, Mayor William Green announced the layoff of 10 percent of the city's workforce, including hundreds of police officers and firemen.

MAIN IDEA:

7. NEW YORK (AP)─Former US President Richard Nixon, considered undesirable twice by residents of two apartment blocks in Manhattan where he wanted to buy flats, has now bought a four-story house, the New York Times said yesterday.

MAIN IDEA:

8.EDMONTON, Canada (AP)─An estimated 17,000 residents were evacuated from southeastern Edmon¬ton Friday following a series of small explosions ignited by gas leaking from a ruptured liquefied petroleum gas pipeline.

MAIN IDEA:

9.LONDON (AP)─Loaded with millions of dollars worth of personal gifts, Queen Elizabeth II returned Friday from a hot and socially tricky tour of seven Persian Gulf states to a wintry, strike-bound Britain.

MAIN IDEA:

10. WASHINGTON (UPI)─In an apparently unprece¬dented move, the FBI has arranged to introduce to the news media a double agent who once spied on the US for the Soviets, sources said Sunday.

MAIN IDEA:

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    1.TEL AVIV (UPI)─Despite protests by his widow, the Tel Aviv municipal government today knocked down the security wall around the home of the late soldier and diplomat, Mo she Dayan, saying it stood on public land. MAIN IDEA: The Tel Aviv municipal government knocked down the wall around the home of Moshe Dayan. 2. TOKYO (UPI)─Apparently succumbing to Washington's high pressure, Japan will join the United States in clamping economic sanctions against Iran despite Teheran's threat to cut off oil supplies, government sources said yesterday. MAIN IDEA: Japan will activate sanctions agaist Iran.3.WASHINGTON (AP)─Ignoring protests it was aiding "Marxists and leftists," the US Senate voted 54 to 35 Tuesday to authorize $75 million in aid to help rebuild the war-shattered economy of Nicaragua. . MAIN IDEA: US Senate approved aid to Nicaragua.4. TOKYO (Reuter)─Japan, worried about the growing amphibious strength of the Soviet Pacific fleet, plans to develop a missile for use against ships trying to bring invasion forces to the archipelago, Japanese Defense Ministry sources said yesterday. MAIN IDEA:  Japan plans to develop offensive maritime weapons.5. ROME (AP)─Angry because he was not given permanent permission to bring his small circus to suburban Rome, lion tamer Mario Vulcannelli took to the streets-with his eight lions. MAIN IDEA: Lion tamer protests in Rome with lions.6.PHILADELPHIA (Reuter)─Declaring that Philadelphia was on the verge of financial collapse, Mayor William Green announced the layoff of 10 percent of the city's workforce, including hundreds of police officers and firemen. MAIN IDEA: Philadelphia Mayor laid off 10% city's workforce.7. NEW YORK (AP)─Former US President Richard Nixon, considered undesirable twice by residents of two apartment blocks in Manhattan where he wanted to buy flats, has now bought a four-story house, the New York Times said yesterday. MAIN IDEA: Former President Nixon bought a four-story house.8.EDMONTON, Canada (AP)─An estimated 17,000 residents were evacuated from southeastern Edmonton Friday following a series of small explosions ignited by gas leaking from a ruptured liquefied petroleum gas pipeline. MAIN IDEA: Edmonton residents evacuated from gas leaking.9.LONDON (AP)─Loaded with millions of dollars worth of personal gifts, Queen Elizabeth II returned Friday from a hot and socially tricky tour of seven Persian Gulf states to a wintry, strike-bound Britain. MAIN IDEA: Queen Elizabeth II returned to Britain after Persian Gulf trip.10. WASHINGTON (UPI)─In an apparently unprecedented move, the FBI has arranged to introduce to the news media a double agent who once spied on the US for the Soviets, sources said Sunday. MAIN IDEA: FBI is to publicise a former double agent for the first time.

    2005-06-19 15:54:59 補充:

    第10題publicise應改成publicize(系統不讓我修改,怪耶)

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