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Pakistan's Foreign Ministry defended its refusal to allow U.S. officials to visit a nuclear reactor that the United States helped to build in the 1960s or remove highly enriched uranium from it. The uranium had been provided by the United States.
"We said no, because it's now our property, and we will not return it," Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Basit said in a statement. "This only shows that Pakistan is very sensitive about its nuclear program. ... No one can touch Pakistan's nuclear facilities and assets."
defend its refusal: argue for its refusal; explain why Pakistan refuse US officials to visit the nuclear reactor and why they refuse US officials to remove the uranium.
refusal 有两个后置定语，分别是to allow U.S. officials to visit a nuclear reactor和remove highly enriched uranium from it.
nuclear reactor 核反应堆
highly enriched uranium: 高浓缩铀
Washington, the united states
Foreign governments reacted with a mixture of denials and dismissiveness yesterday to the massive leaking of US diplomatic cables, questioning the decision to make the material public but also insisting, for the most part, that the revelations were either untrue or unlikely to affect world events.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused the US a purposely leaking the confidential cables, some of which discussed the Iran nations concerns about Iran’s nuclear program and whether it should be contained by diplomatic efforts or destroyed. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the cables provide proof that the Arab world agrees with his country assessment that Iran is the chief danger to the middle east.
cable n. 电缆;海底电报;
dismissive adj. 表示轻蔑的;
confidential adj. 机密的;
A quiet tension settled over Haiti on Monday as people waited to learn how electoral officials proceed in handling Sunday’s chaos-marred national balloting and in the international community hoped the earthquake-ravaged country did not descend yet again into violence.
A leading presidential candidate, singer Michel Martelly, who joined 11 others the day before in asking for the elections to be canceled, suggested he was now open to letting the results be counted, while still insisting “massive fraud” had been committed.
Word was spreading that Martelly and Mirlande Manigat, a professor and former first lady, were the front-runners, despite allegations that President René Préval tried to steal the election for his Unity party and its candidate, Jude Celestin.
这是一篇关于印度大选的文章，提到的人名有Michel 'Martelly, Mirlande Manigat, René Préval.文章有许多长词和一些难理解的句子，在做听力时关键要抓住Michel Martell 这一人名。
chaos n. 混乱;
mar v. 损毁;玷污;
ballot v. 投票;
fraud n. 欺骗;骗子;
allegation n. 主张;断言;