7.自查韦斯( Hugo Chavez) 1999年就任总统以来，委内瑞拉与古巴两国间的经贸往来和文化交流日益增多。
1.China will be mentioned more and more in news reports as this year's presidential campaign heats up.
2.Today there are eight casinos and a large entertainment center in Tunica, which used to be the poorest county in the state of Mississippi.
3.Japan did not raise the issue of "becoming a major political power" until 1983.
4.Whenever the United States attempts to delay the nuclear talks, it raises the so-called "human rights issues" against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
5.As some observers have noted, since the United States waged its anti-terrorism war and the nuclear crisis broke out on the Korean Peninsula, some of its old concerns, such as the human rights issue and the Tibet issue, have been relegated to less important status.
6.Just as she was about to speak, she was handed a note.
7.Since Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez took office in 1999, there has been a constant increase in the economic, trade and cultural exchanges between Venezuela and Cuba.
8.He jumped up and hastened to the mirror in the bathroom, taking away the towel to examine the cut upon his cheek.
9.The Doha Round of WTO talks in Geneva last month collapsed as efforts to reach a compromise on the point at which developing countries could raise import tariffs on farm products failed.
10.As we advance our cultural relationship, universities will again be a crucial meeting-ground between Chinese and Americans, just as they were in an earlier era.
11.The U. S. Defense Department has admitted that two civilians were sitting at the controls of the U. S. submarine that collided with a Japanese research vessel last week.
12.Gun battles between Israeli troops and Palestinian gunmen have raided overnight in the West Bank and Gaza.
13.OPEC ministers begin meeting in Austria in a few hours awaiting the ministers' decision on what the future level of oil production should be.
14.Afghan delegates meeting in Bonn take a first step toward a post-Taliban government.
15.The summit is the first high-level meeting between the rival neighbors in two years.
16.It does appear from the official announcement made yesterday that the talks had proceeded in a "very cordial, frank and very constructive manner".
17.Three Japanese warships are en route to the Indian Ocean to provide support for the US campaign in Afghanistan.
18.President Bush made his strongest appeal yet for an end to what he called "the tragic cycle of violence" .
19.The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in South Korea has cancelled a visit to Japan planned for later this week.
20.Environment ministers from 180 countries will start trying to rescue the Kyoto treaty on global warming shortly.