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Authorities say they have found the killer of Google’s Vanessa Marcotte

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Authorities say they have found the killer of Google’s Vanessa Marcotte

By Kristine Phillips and Amy B Wang April 16 at 11:37 AM The Washington Post

Authorities have arrested a man suspected of killing Vanessa Marcotte, a 27-year-old Google employee who went out for a jog one afternoon and never came back.

. . . → Read More: Authorities say they have found the killer of Google’s Vanessa Marcotte

Trump officials tell Russia to drop its support for Syria’s Assad

旭川時事英語研究会の宮口です。 今日のtextは、WashigtonPostからの引用です。夜、お会いしましょう♪

Trump officials tell Russia to drop its support for Syria’s Assad

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and President Trump (Alex Brandon/AP)

By Carol Morello April 9 at 6:21 PM The Washigton Post

Officials in the Trump administration on Sunday demanded that Russia stop supporting the Syrian government or face a further deterioration . . . → Read More: Trump officials tell Russia to drop its support for Syria’s Assad

Bernie Sanders calls Trump a ‘pathological liar’; Al Franken says ‘a few’ Republicans think Trump is mentally ill

皆さん、お元気ですか?旭川時事英語研究会の宮口です。 世界に先駆けて意気揚々とアメリカに乗り込んだ安倍首相ですが・・・。

By Ed O’Keefe February 12 at 11:44 AM The Washington Post

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Sunday called President Trump a “pathological liar,” while Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) reiterated that “a few” Republican senators are concerned about the president’s mental health.

The strong words from two high-profile senators came as Democrats attacked . . . → Read More: Bernie Sanders calls Trump a ‘pathological liar’; Al Franken says ‘a few’ Republicans think Trump is mentally ill

Realtor accused of chaining woman ‘like a dog’ killed at least 7

皆さん、お元気ですか?旭川時事英語研究会の宮口です。 旭川は一昨日から降り続いた雪で大変なことになっています。くれぐれも車の運転には気をつけて来て下さいね。

By Amy B Wang November 6 at 9:54 AM The Washington Post

A real estate agent in South Carolina is accused of kidnapping a woman who was found “chained like a dog” inside a metal storage container on his property — and may be responsible for the deaths of at least seven people, . . . → Read More: Realtor accused of chaining woman ‘like a dog’ killed at least 7

Duterte: Filipinos ‘may’ be able to return to disputed shoal

旭川時事英語研究会の宮口です。皆さん、お元気ですか?今日の勉強会の資料です。 旭川は昨夜から雪が降り続き、いよいよ冬の到来といったところですね。

By Jim Gomez | AP October 23 at 11:56 AM The Washington Post

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte makes a speech during the Philippines – China Trade and Investment Forum at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, October 20, 2016. REUTERS/Wu Hong/ Pool

MANILA, Philippines — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte . . . → Read More: Duterte: Filipinos ‘may’ be able to return to disputed shoal

How Omran Daqneesh, 5, Became a Symbol of Aleppo’s Suffering

旭川時事英語研究会の宮口です。 1枚の写真が世界中を駆け巡った。残念ながら、世界中のどこかで未だに悲惨な戦争が行われているという現実。この現実を直視することから始めなければなりません。8月22日のTextです。

b>How Omran Daqneesh, 5, Became a Symbol of Aleppo’s Suffering

By ANNE BARNARD AUG. 18, 2016 Washington Post

ALEPPO, SYRIA – AUGUST 17: (EDITORS NOTE: Image contains graphic content.) 5-year-old wounded Syrian kid Omran Daqneesh sits alone in the back of the ambulance after he got injured during Russian or Assad regime . . . → Read More: How Omran Daqneesh, 5, Became a Symbol of Aleppo’s Suffering

Somalia’s biggest famine in decades claiming the smallest of victims first

By Sudarsan Raghavan, Published: September 7

Sudarsan Raghavan/THE WASHINGTON POST – Nasteha Jana Mohamed, 16, holds her baby girl, Anfa Habib Mohamedís, inside Benadir Hospital in Mogadishu. Anfa is 3 months old and weighs only 5.5 lbs. She is suffering from severe malnutrition.

Mogadishu, Somalia — Anfa Habib Mohamed’s skin is leathery and wrinkled, . . . → Read More: Somalia’s biggest famine in decades claiming the smallest of victims first

Why do women hate negotiating?

皆さん、お元気ですか? 時事英語研究会の宮口です。仕事の都合ですっかりご無沙汰してしまいましたが、今日から復帰です。野村英語維新塾の野村さんには本当にお世話になりました。 早速ですが、今日の勉強会のtextです。ワシントンポスト紙の記事を引用させて頂きます。皆さん、宜しくお願いします。

Why do women hate negotiating?

Earlier this week, I stood before hundreds of women leading a workshop on negotiating skills. The scene was the Pennsylvania Governor’s conference for women. My job was to give attendees techniques to maneuver through tough bargaining conversations.

Women that attend these sessions tend to be extremely engaged, . . . → Read More: Why do women hate negotiating?

China’s Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize

By John Pomfret Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, October 8, 2010; 12:57 PM

China’s Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize

Liu Xiaobo, an irrepressible, chain-smoking Chinese dissident imprisoned last year for subversion, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for helping to spearhead a campaign for more freedom in China.

In a statement, . . . → Read More: China’s Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize

An army of tech-savvy warriors has been fighting its battles in cyberspace

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By Ellen Nakashima Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, September 23, 2010; 3:58 PM

They were Air Force fighter pilots, Army rangers and Marine tank commanders. There was even a Navy fighter jet radar officer who had been taken prisoner during the Persian Gulf War.

. . . → Read More: An army of tech-savvy warriors has been fighting its battles in cyberspace