1.【CRI新闻】系列听写,选用中国国际广播之声(China Radio International)的相关国际新闻内容。
2.本期新闻摘要: 东盟峰会 航天任务缺防御 煤矿塌陷 校车事故 意大利经济危机 美国会通过支出议案 私人疗养院着火

China, ASEAN pledge further cooperation at commemorative summit

China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations____1____ .Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and leaders of ten ASEAN member nations attended a summit commemorating the 20th anniversary of their dialogue relations.Addressing the summit in Bali, Indonesia, Wen Jiabao urged the two sides to strengthen strategic communication and mutual trust.He also called for expanding practical maritime cooperation, saying China will establish a China-ASEAN maritime cooperation fund to help achieve the goal.ASAEN leaders welcomed the premier's proposal and____2____ .

Space missions not directly linked to defense: China

A senior Chinese space program official says the country's space missions have not included any programs that directly serve defense purposes.Vice director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office, Wang Zhaoyao,____3____ .He said China has made great efforts to introduce its space missions to the outside world and will continue to cooperate with other countries under the principle of mutual respect, mutual benefit and transparency.China completed its first-ever space docking mission Thursday after the successful landing of the unmanned spacecraft Shenzhou-8, which docked twice with the space lab module Tiangong-1 during its 17-day mission.

Coal mine cave-in traps 12 miners in north China

Twelve miners have been trapped in a coal mine that caved in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region early today.The accident happened in Xianghuang Banner of Xilin Gol League. The cave-in is the latest in a series of mining accidents in China recently. On Nov. 10, an underground gas outburst in the southwestern province of Yunnan killed 35 people.On Tuesday, six miners died ____4____ in the central Hubei province.

Death toll in Gansu school bus accident rises to 21

The death toll in this week's deadly school bus accident in northwest China's Gansu has risen to 21 after a five-year-old boy died of his injuries.He was____5____ which crashed head-on with a truck while on its way to classes.62 kindergarten children and two adults were crowded into the bus, which had just nine seats. Dozens of others remain in hospital.The head of the kindergarten has been detained for "liability issues."

Protest broke out in major Italian cities against economic crisis

Massive demonstrations have broken out across Italy in connection to the country's economic crisis.Just days____6____ in Italy, throngs of young people have taken to the streets to protest against the new administration of Mario Monti.In some instances, the protests in the various cities across Italy have turned violent.

U.S. Congress passes spending bill, government shutdown averted

The U.S. Senate has passed a spending bill that would avert, for now,____7____ .The measure funds the federal government through Dec. 16. It was passed in the House earlier in the day and now goes to President Barack Obama for signature.The Congress failed to pass a year-long spending bill to fund the federal government for the 2012 fiscal year which started last October.

3 confirmed dead, 79 hospitalized in Sydney nursing home blaze

A fire has____8____ a nursing home in western Sydney, Australia, leaving at least three people dead and some 80 others hospitalized.The fire broke out in the building shortly before 5 a.m. today. A local official says 8 of the injured are in a serious condition.Homicide and arson squads have moved in to look into the case together with fire specialists.
答案:have pledged to further strengthen their strategic mutual trust and pragmatic cooperation in all areas vowed to bring their substantial cooperation to a new high made the remark in response to comments that China's space missions have lacked transparency after a gas leak hit a coal mine among dozens who were crammed into an overloaded minibus after the swearing in of a new technocrat government a potential shutdown of the federal government ripped through