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据国外媒体CNET报道,数天前,来自《纽约时报》的报道称,攻击谷歌和其他多家硅谷公司的源头是两家中国学校(上海交通大学和山东蓝翔技工学校)。对此,上述两所学校都予以了强烈的否认。上周四,《纽约时报》报道称,安全专家对攻击者的电脑进行了追踪,确认攻击电脑属于上海交通大学和蓝翔技工学校。 不过,周六,据美联社、中国官方新华社称,《纽约时报》的报道是毫无根据的。而山东蓝翔技校的发言人则表示,经过调查,根本没有据显示入侵的源头是学校的机器。 Chinese military and education officials have dismissed reports linking them with a cyber attack on the Internet search engine Google. In an interview with China Daily, they said that a recent accusation printed in the New York Times was false.In its report on Thursday, the New York Times linked two Chinese higher education institutions to cyber attacks on Google.The world's biggest search engine announced last month that it had been the target of a highly sophisticated attack in December. It said the hacking had come from a source within China.The report claimed the two education facilities have close ties with the Chinese military and also Google's competitor in China, Baidu.Pan Zheng, an expert from the National Defense University, told China Daily that the attacks on Google had nothing to do with the Chinese government, nor the military. He went on to say that a hacking location inside China doesn't necessarily mean the attacks were launched by the government or the military.Major General Luo Yuan from the Academy of Military Science said that web hacking is against Chinese law. He stated that the Chinese military would not go against the rules. He claimed that it was irresponsible to blame the military when there was such a lack of evidence.One of the accused schools is the Shandong-based Lanxiang Vocational School. School officials say they have been getting phone calls all day asking about the cyber attack. They say that the school provides lessons in I.T. and computing, and has no ties with the Chinese military.A professor from Shanghai-based Jiaotong University, the other named Chinese institution, said he is not surprised by allegations that students hacked into websites. However he said that such acts were not malicious in motive, and that the students may simply have been testing out their Internet abilities. The professor added that the IP address of the university was often hijacked.201002/96917It’s time for these men to get y for work, and work means hanging off a cliff at 10,000 feet. High in the Austrian Alps, these men are trying to rescue a historic weather station from the weather itself. “It was a couple of years ago, we saw this crack and this whole supporting structure is based on 5 pillars. This one lowered itself about 4 or 5 millimeters. This meant to us the mountain is moving.” For more than a hundred years, Sonnblick Observatory has taken the Alps temperature. “So the whole climate change which it could observe in the twentieth century was observed here. ” And in the past few decades it’s measured a slow but steady increase. Lue Rasser has been watching the weather data at Sonnblick for more than 20 years. “A lot of facts show the climate is changing dramatically and it is a tragic change. A good example is average temperature. It’s moved up by more than 1 degree centigrade.” And from here Lue can watch it all in real time. “This is the meteor data system and you can all the weather measurements right here. For example we can show precipitation, snow levels on glaciers, wind temperature, global and sky radiation and a whole lot more.” But now the warmer weather is melting glaciers and hitting meteorologists right where they live. Sonnblick’s peak used to be held together by mountain permafrost, but with rising temperatures the permafrost was melting and the rock under the station was crumbling away. “When I started here in 1980 precipitation was snow or sleet, but for the last 15 years the temperature is so high that at least for a month each year we only have rain.” “And this rain caused freezing and refreezing and melting within the cracks and this of course splits up the cracks, you know.” So the workers drilled holes deep into the mountain top, searching for rock that wasn’t cracked. They built a web of steel and concrete to hold the mountain together, and maybe, just maybe, keep the station standing. Up here the weather can change in an instant and that’s why Sonnblick really does tower above most other observatories because it’s seen it all. It is the oldest mountain observatory in 3000 meters in the whole world, and it collected data since 1886. And the data show the warmer weather is giving no signs of slowing down, not just at Sonnblick but all through the Alps. Even mighty mountains are no match for a little rising thermometer. So for now, for the people at Sonnblick, fighting the effects of climate change is an uphill battle.参考中文翻译:这些人工作的时间到了,工作意味着悬挂在10,000英尺高的悬崖上。在奥地利境内高高的阿尔卑斯山上,这些人试图拯救一个历史性的气象站免于天气破坏。“大约两年前,我们看到了这个裂缝,整个持结构由5根柱子撑。而这一根下降了四五毫米。这说明山体移动了。”100多年来,Sonnblick气象台一直记录阿尔卑斯山的气温。“所以20世纪所有能够观察到的气候变化都是在这里观测到的。”在过去的几十年里,气温缓慢但是稳步上升。Lue Rasser在Sonnblick观测气象数据已经有20多年的历史。“多项事实表明,气候确实在急剧变化,而且是灾难性的变化。其中一个例子就是平均气温上升了1摄氏度以上。”在这里Lue可以进行实时观测。“这是流星数据系统,你可以在这里读取到所有的测量结果。例如,我们可以进行预测,冰川雪线,风温,全球和前空辐射,所有的预测都可以进行。”但是现在气候变暖,冰川融化,直接威胁到气象学家居住的地方。 由于永久冰冻,Sonnblick顶峰一向是聚集成一个整体,但是由于气温升高,永久冰冻融化,气象站的岩石逐渐分裂。“从1980年我到这里开始,预报结果一般是降雪或者冰雹,但是从15年前开始,由于气温升高,每年至少有一个月能够预测到降雨。”“雨水引起裂缝中产生冰冻,重复冰冻和融化,你知道,这样会加大裂缝。”所以工人们们在山顶向山体钻孔,希望寻找到没有开裂的岩石。他们建造了一个钢筋混凝土网络,希望重新把山体连接在一起,或许,只是有可能,保持气象站稳定。“在这里气候瞬息万变,这就是Sonnblick气象站能够比其他观测站观测更好的原因。”这是全世界最古老的高山气象站,位于海拔3000米的高山上,从1886年开始收集数据。数据表明,气候变暖没有任何变缓的迹象,并不只是在Sonnblick,而是整个阿尔卑斯山。即使是强有力的高山也承受不了一点点升温。所以,现在,对Sonnblick的人们来说,抵抗气候变暖的影响的战争悦来越艰巨。200812/58075

How good are you with money? Finance expert Laura Rowley will give us tips on how to cope with the current tough economy. Meanwhile, Kathie Lee Gifford tests visitors on their financial savvy Interview: We’re back with Today’s Money and today we’re gonna play a little game with you guys at home and with Ms. Kathie Lee Gifford who, by the way, is downstairs in our concourse by Starbucks. She’s down there, Hi, Ms. Gifford. (Hello) You look good. All right, what we’re gonna do is that I’m gonna talk to an expert and Kathie Lee is gonna talk to the people and see if we know the answers to some of these complex questions. Yahoo finance expert, Laura Rowley is here to help, hello. Laura Rowley: Hi. I: So, right now, we’re all in really tough financial times, clearly, we just talked about it earlier the price of eggs, meat, and all these different kinds of things. So, our money is so much more valuable and we are finding, I guess, the consumers are not buying things like TVs and what not, right? L: That’s right. Yahoo commissioned a survey, we found that 75% people said they are cutting back, they are holding off their major expenses. They are not buying electronics or clothing, or even some people are cutting back on food. I: And a lot of people, I will be honest, don’t know much about finance. I went to a lunch yesterday, a woman said, in high school, we take wood shop, we take a Car Auto shop and she asked how many people have changed the carburetor? How many people are willowing furniture? (L: Save money) but then she realized, but she was saying basically we don’t learn about finance. That’s important, isn’t it? L: We don’t and the states generally don’t and I once talked with my brother in Illinois. He said his son can't graduate without passing consumer education that is a new program, so you do see a little bit more education there but we think the adults who are out here now are left sorta high and dry in terms of financial education. I: OK. So now, we know a lot of people are getting a checking in the mail and we’re gonna throw down to Ms. Kathie Lee, because there are 600 bucks that people are getting, so the questions is what would they do with that money? Ms. Gifford?Catherine Gifford: You know what, hold on, I’m gonna ask six people six questions. If they get it right, well, quit looking at my notes, Missy. I’m on to you. They get a hundred dollar American Express, a little card they can use. If they get it wrong, they’ll get one of my records. So, that’s the deal. All right? All right, so there’s an incentive to get this right, what’s your name, ma’am? Q1: Susan. C: Where are you from? Q1: Virginia beach C: V… oh, good, I love down there, that’s a lot of fun. Here’s your first question? OK? Assuming you’ll receive a rebate check, what’s the last thing you should do with the money? A Put it into a savings account; B Make a fun purchase. Which I can see in your eyes, you wanna do; C Pay off monthly bills; or D Pay off revolving debts. Q1: The last thing you wanna do? C: Ah ha, the last thing you should do with a rebate check. Q1: Make a fun purchase. C: OK. Q1: Is that right or wrong? C: No, it’s wrong. It’s C, “Pay off monthly bill”. Excuse me, here you go, enjoy! I: Let me ask Laura. Why is that the wrong thing to do? L: I know it sounds like very counter to an advancer, but if you need a one-time bonus to pay your monthly bill, then something is wrong. You need to make sure your in-go matches your out-flow and if it doesn’t, cut back, don’t use extra money to pay monthly bills. I: Got it! All right, let’s go back downstairs with the finance. C: All right. We found a very brave gentleman who is willing to talk to me. What’s your name, sir? Q2: Raymond T C: Where are you from? Q2:Wyoming C: All right, nice to have you, sir. You mean people are very serious into the point , right? Q2: Yes. C: You consider yourself a great financial expert? Q2:No…just medium. C: Medium? All right, let’s see! Here is question No.2: When planning for retirement, it’s best to invest your money in…A 401(K) or a individual retirement account; B Real estate; C Hot commodities like oil or gold; or D a Hedge fund. Q2:I'd say A. C: And you know what, Mr.? You’ll be right. Get that man. There you go, darling, don’t spend it in one place. I: I think you should give him a CD, too. Why is that the right thing? L: Because your money grows either tax free or tax deferred, and when you’re saving money of a long period of time 30 or 40 years, you don’t want the taxman take a little bit , bite out of it year after year after year. I: OK. So, I think that's the worst, the thing we should not do?L: Well, hedge fund is not for the average investor and hot commodities, you don’t want to be chasing hot commodities. I: All right, let’s go back downstairs, Ms. Gifford. C: I just found a hot man and I like him down here. What’s your name, sweetheart? Q3: Gerrier Harf from North CakalakiC: North Cakalaki Q3:That’s right. C: All right, with that kind of attitude, would you rather have, the money or my record? Q3: I'd rather have another hug, to be honest with you.C: We were doing a little hug before…OK, here is No.3, all right? Let’s see. What’s? oh, hello, my eyes. You’re in debt and have to pay off tons of bills…which one is the most important to pay off? A Credit card bills; C Mortgage, B, I mean, sorry! You make me nervous; three…C Loans, or I’m going to take my time with this question and D Medical bills. Q3: I’m going to say especially since credit card interest rates are pretty high, you know, get a tax reduction , I’m gonna say credit cards. C: You’ll be wrong, darling. You got to go home with my pop record. It’s B, mortgage. I: And why is that the right thing? L: Because if you don’t pay your mortgage, you’re going to lose your house. That’s your NO.1 payment and the next thing, NO.2 is credit cards. I: All right, Laura, thank you so much. Ms. Gifford, thanks and thanks the fun crap downstairs , that was great. C: I’m gonna, I guess, I’m gonna be giving away money and records down here, right? OK.01/60672

  President Bush Bids Farewell to the Nation布什告别演说回顾过去展望未来  U.S. President George Bush delivered his farewell address to the nation Thursday night. Mr. Bush used the occasion to reflect on the past and look toward the future. 美国总统布什星期四晚上向全国发表告别演说,利用这个机会回顾过去,展望未来。This has been a week of "lasts" for President Bush - the last press conference, the last cabinet meeting, and the last broadcast speech to the nation.  对布什总统来说,这个星期有许多的“最后一次”-- 最后一次记者会,最后一次内阁会议,还有最后一次向全国发表广播讲话。"Tonight, with a thankful heart, I have asked for a final opportunity to share some thoughts on the journey we have traveled together and the future of our nation," he said. 布什说:“今晚,怀着一颗感恩的心,我要用这最后一次机会,和大家一起回顾我们走过的路程,并展望我们国家的未来。”He reflected on his first national address from the White House, a speech to a country reeling in shock, grief and anger from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.  布什谈到他在白宫向全国发表的第一次讲话,那是2001年9-11恐怖袭击之后向一个沉浸在震惊、悲伤和愤怒中的国家发表的讲话。"As the years passed, many Americans were able to return to life much as it had been before 9/11," he said. "But I never did." 布什说:“随着岁月的流逝,许多美国人得以基本恢复到9-11之前的生活。但是我一直没能这样做。”Once again, as he has often done during his final days in office, the president defended his record and was nostalgic. "There are things I would do differently if given the chance. Yet I have always acted with the best interests of our country in mind," he said. 和他在总统任期最后这些日子里经常做的一样,布什再次为自己的记录辩护,并表现出对白宫岁月的留恋。他说:“如果有机会,我会以不同的方式处理一些问题。但是,我一直是把国家的最高利益放在心里的。”Most recent past presidents, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, chose to deliver a farewell address from the Oval Office. But President Bush opted to speak from the East Room of the White House Thursday night, in front of an audience that included members of the military, firefighters and educators whose stories he said touched him during his eight years in office."In citizens like these, we see the best of our country - resilient and hopeful, caring and strong," he said.With only five days left until Inauguration Day, Mr. Bush reflected on the peaceful transfer of power that will occur when Barack Obama takes the oath of office and becomes the first African American President of the ed States. 现在距新总统宣誓就职还有5天,布什谈到,当奥巴马宣誓就任为美国第一位黑人总统时,人们将看到权力的和平交接。"Standing on the steps of the Capitol will be a man whose story reflects the enduring promise of our land. This is a moment of hope and pride for our nation," he said. 他说:“站在国会山台阶上的这个人,他的故事折射出我们国家持久的希望。这将是我们国家一个充满希望和骄傲的时刻。”In recent days, the president has said he is y to return to Texas and life as a private citizen. But aides say they detect a bit of wistfulness in his voice. 最近,布什总统表示,他已经准备好,回到德克萨斯州,开始一个普通公民的生活。不过,他的助手们说,他们察觉到布什的语气中有一丝失落感。Ken Walsh, the veteran White House correspondent for U.S. News and World Report magazine, says there is certain poignancy when a president prepares to leave the spotlight. 肯·沃尔什是“美国新闻与世界报导”杂志驻白宫资深记者。他认为,当一位总统准备淡出公众的视线时,总会对一些问题难以释怀。"And there is always a sense of not only 'what I could have done as president," but also, a sense of 'am I being given the credit for what I did? Am I being treated too negatively,'" he said. 沃尔什说:“除了‘作为总统,我还可能怎样做’之外,还会有一种感觉,就是‘我的努力都得到承认了吗?人们对我是不是负面评价太多了?’”The speech was the president's last public event until next Tuesday - when he welcomes Barack Obama to the White House and the two travel to Capitol Hill for the inauguration of the 44th President of the ed States. 星期四的讲话是下星期二之前布什总统最后一次公开活动。下星期二,布什总统将欢迎奥巴马入主白宫,然后两人一起到国会山,参加美国第44任总统的就职仪式。01/61165

  Since autumn last year, southwest China, including Yunnan, Sichuan and Guizhou provinces, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Chongqing Municipality, has received only half its average annual rainfall and stores of water have been depleted. The drought has lasted for five months, and is predicted to continue until the start of the rainy season in May, when widesp and substantial rainfall is expected.According to Zhang Xu with China Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters, the drought has been one of the worst in decades and has severely affected people's normal lives and production. "The drought is extremely severe in southwest China, with more than 5 million hectares of farmland affected, which amounts to nearly 90 percent of the total farmland across the country. Yunnan province has been hit hardest, with more than 3 million hectares of farmland affected. Over 20 million people and 12 million livestock are facing drinking water shortages."Zhang Xu says the current and severe drought is expected to worsen through the current spring season and the upcoming summer. To ease disaster effects, more efforts towards better water management must be made. 201003/99333。

  World Markets Lower Amid Further Signs of US Economic Weakness美联储:今年经济可能收缩1.3%World markets were mostly lower on Wednesday amid more dire U.S. economic news and a move by Germany to facilitate bank nationalization. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up one-tenth of a percent, while other U.S. indexes were just slightly lower. The Tokyo exchange was nearly 1.5 percent lower, while the major European indexes lost less than one percent. 世界大部分股市星期三走低,与此同时,美国经济传出更加黯淡的消息,德国政府采取措施促使国有化。One day after President Barack Obama signed the biggest stimulus package in U.S. history, the scale of the challenges facing America's ailing economy came into sharper focus. 美国总统奥巴马签署了美国历史上最大的经济刺激计划,使之成为法律的一天后,美国经济面临的巨大挑战显得十分明显。The Federal Reserve, the nation's central bank, now projects U.S. unemployment will rise as high as 8.8 percent this year, while the economy could contract by as much as 1.3 percent, extending a recession that began more than a year ago. 美国联邦储备委员会--美国中央现在预测美国的失业率今年将上升到8.8%。经济可能会缩水1.3%, 一年多前开始的经济衰退会进一步延长。In addition, the Fed reports that U.S. industrial production fell for a third consecutive month in January, by 1.8 percent, a larger drop than most economists had anticipated. The central bank also revised downward the figure previously released for December 2008 was the worst year for American manufacturing in seven years. 除此之外, 美联储报告,美国工业产出一月份连续第三个月出现下跌,跌幅为1.8%,超过大部分经济学家先前的预测。中央还下调了先前公布的去年12月的工业产出的数据。2008年是7年来美国制造业面临的最糟糕的一年。Meanwhile, the U.S. Commerce Department reported that new home construction plummeted to an all-time low, down 17 percent in January from the previous month. Applications for building permits, an indicator of future construction activity, also fell. 与此同时, 美国商务部报告, 新房建造率下降到最低点。 一月份新房建造比前一个月下降了17%。建房申请,也是未来建筑活动的指向标,也在下降。President Obama says the housing slowdown is having a devastating effect on the economy as a whole.  奥巴马总统说,房屋市场下跌对整个经济会产生灾难性的后果。"Construction companies and home furnishing stores and painters and landscapers, they are all cutting back. The number of residential construction jobs has fallen by more than a quarter million since mid-2006. As businesses lose revenue and people lose income, the tax base shrinks, which means less money for schools and police and fire departments," he said. “建筑公司和装修商店、油漆工以及园艺工人,都在削减。2006年中期以来,居民房屋建设方面的工作下降了25万多个。企业收益缩减,老百姓收入减少,可征税基础缩小,这意味着学校、警察以及消防等其他各方的资金减少。”Mr. Obama spoke in Arizona on Wednesday, where he unveiled a program to reduce home foreclosures. 奥巴马星期三在亚利桑那州发表讲话,并推出了一个减少住房被没收的项目。But not all economists see the steep decline in home construction as a bad thing, given the severely depressed state of America's housing market. 不过,由于美国住房市场处于严重低迷的状态中,所以并不是所有经济学家都认为住房建筑数量的急剧下跌是一件坏事。Millions of home foreclosures combined with a continuing credit squeeze and a deteriorating economy have led to a glut of unsold houses on the market. Given massive inventory surpluses, the last thing the market needs is an infusion of newly-built dwellings, according to Diane Swonk, Chief Economist at Chicago-based Mesirow Financial.  数百万幢住房被收回、信贷继续紧缩再加上恶化的经济状况导致市场上充斥着大量的未售出房屋。芝加哥麦斯洛金融公司的首席经济学家戴安娜·斯旺克认为,由于房屋库存量极大过剩,市场目前最不需要的就是大量新建房屋。"The bad news is, it is very hard on builders who cannot get paid to build. The good news is that it is clearing the inventory of unsold homes. What we are doing is not adding insult to injury by putting more empty homes on the market," she said. 她说:“坏消息是,那些拿不到钱的建筑商很难去建房子。好消息是,这种情况可以逐渐清空积压的未售出房屋。我们在做的就是不再向市场推出更多的空房子,这样就不会把情况弄得更糟。”Economists have been debating the likely effectiveness of President Obama's initiatives to prop up the economy, aid homeowners and deal with the country's financial crisis. 奥巴马提出实施一些政府项目,以推动经济、帮助房屋所有人并解决美国的金融危机。经济学家们一直在对这些计划的有效性进行辩论。More important than the details of any one provision of any one plan is whether, taken as a whole, the initiatives restore the nation's collective confidence, according to economist Mark Zandi of Moodys Economy.com. 穆迪经济网的经济学家赞迪认为,比任何一项计划中任何一个条款的内容更重要的是,从总体来说,这个措施能恢复整个国家的信心。"The key aspect of all of this, to get the economy on more stable ground, is to try to restore confidence because we have in many respects lost faith in our economy," he said. 他说:“为了使经济更加稳定,所有这些措施中最重要的是要恢复人们的信心,因为人们在许多方面失去了对经济的信心。”Earlier Wednesday, Germany's government agreed on a new provision that will allow it to nationalize private banks that are at risk of failing. The measure is the latest in a series of steps taken by governments and central banks around the world to rescue their banking and financial sectors in the wake of a global credit crisis. 星期三早些时候,德国政府通过一项允许政府把处于倒闭边缘的私有国有化的计划。在此之前,世界各国的政府和中央已经采取了一系列措施,力图在全球信贷危机中挽救自己的和金融业。02/62773

  Who: Suicide Leading Cause of Death Worldwide世卫组织呼吁采取措施防范自杀行为 The World Health Organization says suicide is a leading cause of death worldwide, and one of the three leading causes of death for young people under 25. To mark World Suicide Prevention Day, which falls on September 10, the World Health Organization says there are measures people and society can take to save thousands of people from meeting a self-inflicted violent death.世界卫生组织指出,自杀是造成全球死亡的一个主要原因,也是造成25岁以下年轻人死亡的三大原因之一。世界卫生组织在9月10日世界自杀防范日这天说,民众和社会可以采取措施,挽救数千名准备以自杀结束生命的人。The World Health Organization reports every year, about one million people die by suicide. That comes to around 3,000 deaths a day or one death every 40 seconds.世界卫生组织历年的报告指出,每年大约有100万人死于自杀。这意味着每天大约有3000人自杀,或者每40秒就有一个人自杀。 In the past 45 years, the World Health Organization says suicide rates have increased by 60 percent worldwide and it predicts these deaths will rise to 1.5 million by 2020. 世界卫生组织说,过去45年来全球的自杀率已经增长了60%。该组织预测,到2020年,死亡数字将增长到1千500万人。It says suicide deaths account for more than half of all violent deaths in the world - more than all deaths from wars and homicides combined. Almost a quarter of suicides are teenagers and young adults aged less than 25.世界卫生组织说,在世界上所有暴力造成的死亡中,自杀占了一半以上,比所有战争和凶杀造成的死亡总人数还要多。自杀者中几乎四分之一是不满25岁的青少年。The World Health Organization says more men than women commit suicide, but more women than men attempt to commit suicide. 世界卫生组织说,男性自杀者多过女性,但是自杀未遂者中,女性比男性要多。Scientific eExpert in WHO's Mental Health and Substance Abuse Department, Alexandra Fleischmann says risk factors vary in different cultures.世卫组织的精神健康和药物滥用部门的科学专家弗莱希曼说,不同文化中存在不同的造成自杀的风险。"For instance, we know that mental illness disorders like depression or alcohol use disorders play a major role in European countries, for instance," said Alexandra Fleischmann. "But, we have to also look at Asian countries where impulsiveness plays a much more important role, which is that suicide can happen on the spur of the moment." 她说:“举例来说, 我们知道像抑郁症和滥用酒精一类的精神疾病在欧洲国家中起着很重要的作用。但是,我们也必须看到在亚洲国家,情绪冲动是更重要的因素,也就是说,人们可能因为一时冲动就去自杀了。”The agency notes cultural differences, views and attitudes toward suicide influence whether people will attempt suicide and whether suicides will be accurately reported这个机构指出,文化差异、对自杀的观点和态度影响人们是否会试图自杀,以及自杀案例是否能得到准确的报告。The WHO report says most suicides in occur in Asia, which accounts for up to 60 percent of all cases. 世卫组织的报告说,大多数的自杀行为发生在亚洲,其数量达到所有自杀事件的60%。But it reports Eastern European countries have the highest rates of suicide. The lowest rates are found in the countries of Mediterranean Europe and the predominantly Catholic countries of Latin America and Asia, as well as in Muslim countries, such as Pakistan. 但是报告指出,东欧国家的自杀率最高。自杀率最低的是欧洲地中海国家、以天主教为主的拉丁美洲和亚洲国家以及穆斯林国家,如巴基斯坦。The World Health Organization says suicide can be prevented. It says educating communities to better identify people at risk of suicide and encouraging those at risk to seek help can reduce suicides among people with mental illness.世界卫生组织说,自杀是可以防范的。该组织说,向社区提供教育,以便更好地确认有自杀风险的人群,以及鼓励那些有自杀风险的人寻求帮助,可以减少精神病患者的自杀行为。09/83891Streets look more like rivers in eastern China as heavy rains continue to flood the area. People were left stranded as roads and buildings filled with water. According to China’s state-owned TV, the downpour started at dusk and did not let up for more than 12 hours. Southern China has also been hit hard. Nearly 700 000 people have fled their homes after the rains toppled houses and caused damage to a dam. 07/77228

  Job losses in Britain increase ITN's James Blake examines what type of industries are cutting back their employment numbers. These students are at Hackney Community College training to be builders, but that's the sector that seems huge job losses over the past year. Couple to that, Hackney has won the highest unemployment rates in the country and now it's going up again. Total unemployment reaches its highest level through 11 years today. For 18 to 24 year-old, it’s even worse. It’s not been this bad since 1995. I’ve learned a few of brick lessions for brick land ships, and at the moment, I’ve got nothing, so I just wait and to hope the teachers’ help would get me as well. I am not worried, it’s about getting a job and I will get a job. Across the UK unemployment has now reached more than 1.8million, up a 140,000 in just a quarter. For young people alone it’s more than half a million, an increase of 53,000. In the last recession, Britain suffered a 31 consecutive months of rising unemployment. So economists agree it’s going to get much worse in the downturn. Some are even predicting it will reach 2.5 million by 2010. So another steep rise in the unemployment, the government has bailed out the bank since to propose tax cuts to stimulate the economy, but now the Unions has insisted it must help the growing ranks of unemployed by increasing benefits. It is that they say or poverty sps. "We have yet not seeing figures of the level we saw in early 90s and in the early 80s when three million were unemployed, but this is a different kind of recession. A lot of white collar jobs are disappearing, it is not just hitting manufacturing in the north of country, every part of the country is being affected. That's why we really do need the urgent action to make sure we don't reach the level of unemployment that we saw three million plus in previous, in previous downturns. So unemployment is rising in every sector and nearly in every region in the country. This morning the government announced it was doubling the funding of its job center rapid response from 3 to 6 million pounds with perhaps more money to come. Our job is to spend as much time in effort making sure the people stay in work when economy becomes boiled as early as possible, as well as provide as much supports we can give to people as they sadly lose their jobs to get back to the labor market as soon as possible. All that’s being done, the pre-budget report will announce the next stage that people have to wait and see what that says. Yesterday Virgin media ** announces a total of 5,000 job losses. Manufacturing, the number of jobs is now at its lowest level since records began in 1978.200811/56169U.S. Graduates Look To China CNN's Emily Chang reports on the lure of China for freshly minted American graduates and entrepreneurs. Everyday in Beijing, 31-year-old Robin Chan walks through the doors of a multi-million-dollar company he built from the ground up. He's an American who moved to China with one simple idea. The idea was straightforward--be the first to build a social game company in China. So this is a 3D rendition of one of our avatars, you can see.... Chan and his staff at XPD Media design social games, games you play with friends on networking sites like Facebook and MySpace. It was a courageous bet, but it was a bet worth making.Forget about living the American dream, this is the Chinese dream. His company is backed by the founder of MTV.There isn't a lot of cool opportunities in China unless you create your own, and that's part of the excitement of China.Many young people come to China, thinking this is the land of opportunity, the promised land, the wild, wild east that if you strike big, you could make it really big. But is that the reality?Not necessarily! Morgan McGilvray just finished his MBA. I thought, well, since there're no jobs at home anyway, I'll be adventurous and come, er, finish my time out in China. Are they throwing jobs at me? No.So he's focused on learning Mandarin and becoming a more attractive candidate.Usually the first thing is to check email and then I go to China Development Brief for nonprofit jobs.Annie Ly has been looking in the nonprofit field for nine months while volunteering and working to make ends meet. But she plans to stick it out in China, in part because she can afford more with less.Back home I'd probably live with my parents with what I make here. But here I have a great, you know, one-bedroom apartment for myself...But realizing her Chinese dream may be difficult in a job market that's becoming more competitive.We have a lot of very worldly, very intelligent and talented Chinese that are studying in the ed States and they're coming back to China. These folks are the ones that most multinationals and Chinese firms are trying to hire.But for those who do make it, the payoff can be huge. If I started out in New York, I mean, it's completely feasible to think that I will be their receptionist.Instead, at 25 years old, Henri Benaim is directing a gallery in China's contemporary art district, showcasing the likes of the famous photographer Wang Jinsong. This is our artist that I have seen in museum shows in New York and seen in catalogues and now in my job. Now we represent him. Still with all this responsibility, comes a lot of pressure: for Henri, pressure to make sales, for Robin, pressure to innovate, and for Annie and Morgan, the dream is yet to be fulfilled, though none can resist the lure of opportunity in the world's most dynamic economy.Emily Chang, CNN, Beijing.Vocabulary:1. avatar: an electronic image that represents and is manipulated by a computer user (as in a computer game or an online shopping site)2. stick it out: 坚持到底3. the likes of: such people as08/82263

  Bank of England cuts ratesKevin Gyateng of Corporate FX joins CNN to discuss the mortgage crisis in the U.S. and a rate cut from the Bank of EnglandFirst to the Bush plan. Oh, it does seem that it excludes more people than it includes?That's right. I mean that if you look at who the plan's aimed at, it is really borrowers who are, seem to be solvent not more than thirty days behind payment or sixty days throughout the course of the year with regards to their payments. So I think the in(itial), the original indication that it will help about 1.2, or 1, over 1 million subprime borrowers seems to be a bit mislaid if you like. And I think if when the market digests the full implications of the plan, there may be a bit of a reassessment thanks to its reaction to it.Oh, really, so, because we did see the markets rally yesterday. So you think that was just a knee-jerk reaction that we are seeing something.You also, you always see a knee-jerk reaction. I think what the plan did suggest or does suggest is that the actual extent of the subprime fallout from foreclosures. I mean if foreclosures do accelerate through a resetting of mortgage rates. What that's likely to do is put further pressure on house prices which is good for nobody. Home builders or the consumer. So that the initial reaction is to say, hey, this is gonna actually stand that impact and it is seen as er, US positive. I think going forward, as the plan is actually further analyzed. I think the obstacle will be more evident.And here in the UK, we saw interest rates cut yesterday. Now is this also a response to the credit crisis in a way?I think more, it is, the credit crisis has backed a lot of central banks into a corner. I mean there's no doubt within the UK that we are seeing, we have seen a softening picture within the economy house prices are at falling floor three months in a row. I think that the consumer sentiment and consumer activities softened and zoomed out considerably. But I think most analysts were really expecting the Bank of England to start their interest rate cutting cycle towards the, at the start of next year. So to see the move this early does suggest that the credit market impact is, was a big factor.It's one of the reasons that perhaps brought it forward a little bit.Definitely, I mean , I think you can't discount the impact of the Northern Rock, er, fiasco. The Bank of England was, has been one of the least active in terms of providing liquidity in the face of this credit turmoil so, I think they don't want to give the impression that they weren't sensitive to what was going on in the banking sector.Now to be proactive . And of course speaking of interest rates, what's gonna happen with the FED next week.Well, I think a 25 basis point cut is being pretty priced in by the market and analysts have been, increasingly have been talking about a 50, 50 basis point cut. I think if you look at the situation in the US, we are still seeing little evidence from the actual real economy to justify rate cuts. All of these responses are definitely related to the credit market and what's happening within the financial sector. I think if we see a 25 basis point cut from the dollar's point of view because it has been pretty priced in. I don't see that as a dollar negative mood whereas if we do see a 50 basis point cut next week, that could lend a bit of pressure against the dollar.Notes:Fiasco: A complete failureKnee-jerk reaction: an automatic response02/62180

  President Obama has described as a positive sign BP's statement that oil has, at least temporarily, stopped leaking into the Gulf of Mexico from the Deepwater Horizon well site. President commented briefly on the issue after returning from a visit to Michigan.Video of the Deepwater Horizon well site deep below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico showed a new more tighly-fitting cap installed by BP having stopped the flow of oil into the ocean.After delivering a main statement on the U.S. Senate's passage of a sweeping financial system reform bill, the president responded this way when asked about the development."I think it is a positive sign," said President Obama. "We are still in the testing phase, I'll have more to say about it tomorrow."Caution was understandable considering a statement from BP Thursday about the operation in the Gulf.BP said while it was expected no oil would be released during a pressure integrity test this could not assured, adding that even stoppage during testing would not indicate that oil and gas flow had permanently stopped.BP said it had temporarily halted drilling operations on relief wells, which the company says remain the sole means to permanently seal and isolate the Deepwater Horizon well site. If the latest BP capping operation does succeed in stopping the oil flow, it will be the best of news for people in Gulf states struggling with economic and environmental devastation from the nearly three month ordeal.It would be good news too for President Obama, who faced sharp criticism that his administration was slow to respond to the initial explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig on April 20, which killed 11 crewmen.The president has made clear he intends to maintain pressure on BP to fulfill obligations it has made to pay compensation to Gulf coast residents, through a billion fund negotiated with the administration, and finance ongoing containment and cleanup operations.It remains to be seen whether a successful stoppage of oil flowing into the Gulf will strengthen the president politically in coming months, after he faced tough polling numbers regarding his handling of the disaster.The president also faces ongoing pressure from Gulf state politicians over a new six month moratorium on deepwater oil drilling announced this week. Mr. Obama says this was necessary because of ongoing uncertainty about safety in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.Steps are continuing in the U.S. Congress to dramatically change existing U.S. laws regarding offshore oil drilling, including imposing new environmental safeguards, with numerous pieces of legislation awaiting action.英国石油公司发表声明称至少是已经暂时制止了深水地平线油井向墨西哥湾泄漏原油。奥巴马总统星期四在从密西根返回之后发表简短,称这是一个积极的迹象。 深水地平线油井在墨西哥湾海底被拍摄到的录像显示,英国石油安装的密封性更强的新控油罩已止住了原油泄漏。 奥巴马总统就美国参议院通过一项全面改革金融系统议案发表主要讲话之后被问到漏油事件的最新发展,他回答说: 奥巴马说:“我认为这是一个积极的迹象。我们仍然是在测试阶段,明天我还要就这一问题发表更多的。” 考虑到英国石油星期四就墨西哥湾的封堵行动发表的一项声明,奥巴马采取谨慎的态度是可以理解的。 英国石油在声明中说,尽管在压力测试期间,预料原油不会泄漏,但这也不能完全保。英国石油还说,测试期间停止漏油并没有表明油气的流动已经彻底停止了。 如果英石油最新的封堵方案能够取得成功,这对于墨西哥湾沿岸各州的人来说无疑将是一个莫大的喜讯。近三个月来,这些州饱受漏油带来的经济和环境等方面的沉重打击。漏油油井被封堵对于奥巴马总统也是好消息。自从4月20号深水地平线原油钻井平台发生导致11名工作人员丧生的爆炸事件以来,奥巴马政府就受到批评,说他们的反应迟缓。 奥巴马总统明确表示,他打算继续向英国石油施压,要求他们履行已经承诺的责任,通过与美国政府谈判达成的一项200亿美元的基金,向墨西哥湾沿岸居民付赔偿金,为封堵和清除漏油的行动提供资金。 最近在就奥巴马处理漏油灾难问题上进行的民意调查中,奥巴马的持率下降。那么,成功地使原油不再流入墨西哥湾能否在今后几个月加强奥巴马总统的政治地位还有待于观察。在本周宣布的一项为期6个月的深水原油钻探禁令问题上,奥巴马总统目前还面临着墨西哥湾沿岸各州政界人士的压力。奥巴马说,实行这项禁令是必要的,因为在深水地平线灾难之后,深水原油钻探的安全性还不确定。 美国国会继续采取步骤,要显著地改变与近海原油钻探有关的现行美国法律,包括实行新的环境安全措施。许多相关议案都在等候下一步采取的行动。201007/109504。

  Russia to Resume Gas Deliveries to Europe俄罗斯周二恢复向欧洲输送天然气 The delivery of Russian natural gas is expected to resume Tuesday morning after Ukraine, Russia and the European Union signed a protocol allowing observers to monitor pipelines that transport the fuel across Ukraine. Moscow and Kyiv came to an agreement following the collapse of an earlier deal over the weekend. 俄罗斯可望从星期二上午开始恢复向欧洲输送天然气。乌克兰、俄罗斯和欧盟已经签署协议,允许观察人员检测俄罗斯给乌克兰输送燃料的过程。莫斯科和基辅是在经历了周末一次谈判失败之后达成这个协议的。The Deputy Chairman of Russia's Gazprom state gas monopoly, Alexander Medvedev, says delivery of gas to Europe will resume under the condition that no obstacles are created to prevent the reopening of pipeline valves. 俄罗斯天然气巨头天然气工业股份公司GAZPROM的副董事长亚里山大.梅德韦杰夫(Alexander Medvedev)表示,恢复给欧洲提供天然气的条件是,不得给开通管道闸门设置任何障碍。Medvedev says the company assumes such obstacles will not be created, and the transit of gas from Russia to Ukraine can begin at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, Central European time, or 10:00 a.m. Moscow time. He adds that everyone hopes this will indeed happen. 梅德韦杰夫说,他的公司认为,这类障碍将不会发生。从俄罗斯到乌克兰的天然气输送开始的时间是中欧时间星期二上午8点,莫斯科时间上午10点。他还补充说,大家都希望一切按计划进行。Russia agreed to resume deliveries after the European Union added its signature to a gas monitoring protocol between Russia and Ukraine. Moscow insisted that observers monitor the flow of gas through Ukrainian territory to make certain Kyiv is not siphoning the fuel destined for Europe, an allegation Russia has made and Ukraine has denied.  俄罗斯是在欧盟在俄乌两国天然气监督协议上签字之后才同意恢复输送天然气的。莫斯科坚持要观察员监督天然气输送过境乌克兰到欧洲的情况。检测的目的是确保乌克兰不在中途“偷气”。俄罗斯一直指责乌克兰偷气,但乌克兰予以否认。An earlier protocol, which Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko signed on Saturday, fell apart over Russian objections to remarks she added to the agreement. Ukrainian officials say those remarks were not legally binding, but Moscow objected, saying they changed the substance of the agreement. 乌克兰总理季莫申科星期六签署的一个协议因为俄罗斯反对她在协议中加进的一些文字而流产。乌克兰官员说,那些文字没有法律约束力,但是俄罗斯依然表示反对,认为,这些文字改变了协议的实质性内容。Ms. Tymoshenko's signing statement said Ukraine did not steal Russian gas, and demanded that Russia provide fuel to maintain the pressure needed to pump it to Europe. The amount Ukraine says is needed for technical gas is the same amount Russia claims Kyiv had been stealing since January 1 - 21 million cubic meters per day. Russia refuses to provide gas for technical purposes, saying it pays Ukraine a transit fee for such fuel.  季莫申科签署的声明说,乌克兰没有偷俄罗斯的天然气,并要求俄罗斯提供燃料,保持给欧洲送气所需要的气压。乌克兰方面所要求的天然气数量跟俄罗斯指责乌克兰从1月1号以来盗窃的天然气数量--每天2100万立方米--是一致的。俄罗斯拒绝为维持输气管压力而提供天然气(技术性天然气)。俄罗斯表示,它为这类燃料付给乌克兰了一笔过境费。But Oleksiy Hudyma, energy advisor to Prime Minister Tymoshenko, told VOA Russia and Ukraine have no gas transport contract, which exposes his country to possible financial liabilities. He says that prior to 2006, Russia provided Ukraine with technical gas, which Kyiv sold to cover its transport costs. Since then, Hudyma claims Moscow, has insisted on paying cash instead of providing payment in kind. 但是,季莫申科总理的能源顾问哈迪马对美国之音表示,俄罗斯和乌克兰之间没有天然气输送合同,乌克兰存在一定的债务风险。他说,2006年之前,俄罗斯给乌克兰提供目的在于维持输气管压力的天然气,并让乌克兰把它卖掉来获得输送费用。哈迪马说,2006年之后,俄罗斯就坚持用现金来付,而不再用实物作为付手段。The advisor agrees that Ukraine received cash for the transport of Russian gas, and bought technical gas from Russia with that money. But Hudyma notes that as of January 1, , there are no contracts or agreements between Russia and Ukraine. He says, therefore, the two countries have no legal obligations, which is why they need to sit down and sign contracts. 这位能源顾问同意乌克兰收取俄罗斯为天然气输送付的现金,然后用这笔现金来购买俄罗斯的技术性天然气。不过,哈迪马还指出,从年1月1号起,俄罗斯和乌克兰之间就没有任何合同或者协议。他说,所以两国之间没有法律义务。这就是双方为什么需要坐下来签定合同的原因。Contract negotiations between Ukraine and Russia broke off December 31 and have yet to resume. Delivery of Russian gas to Europe was completely cut off on January 7, with Kyiv and Moscow blaming one another for shutting the valves. Tuesday's resumption of delivery to Europe is not contingent upon any gas contracts between Russia and Ukraine.  乌克兰和俄罗斯之间的合同谈判在12月31号破裂,到现在也没有恢复。俄罗斯在一月7号彻底切断了给欧洲的天然气供应。基辅和莫斯科对此相互指责。星期二恢复给欧洲供气的行动并不以俄罗斯和乌克兰之间达成任何天然气合同为前提。Experts say it will take about three days to re-pressurize the pipelines before Russian gas can finally reach Europe. 专家表示,输气管道的气压需要三天的时间才能够恢复起来,达到把俄罗斯的气体送往欧洲所需要的高度。01/60973

  

  A Boy, A Dog, A Frog and A Friend1 One day a boy went fishing with his dog and his frog.He sat by the side of a pond and patiently waited for a fish to bite.2 All of a sudden he felt a bite!3 It had to be a big fish because it bent the pole and started to pull the boy into the water. 4 The fish was so strong it yanked the boy and his pole right into the pond. The dog and frog jumped in after the boy. 5-6 Well, it turned out it wasn’t a fish at all. It was a turtle! The turtle swam across the pond with the boy’s fishing pole and began to walk away with it. When the boy saw what was happening, he yelled at the turtle. “You come back here with my fishing pole!”7 The dog swam over to the turtle and started to bark and paw at him. 8 While the dog distracted the turtle, the boy took back his fishing pole. The turtle didn’t like the dog barking at him so he bit the dog’s paw.9 The boy tried to help his dog by pulling him away from the turtle, but the turtle wouldn’t let go.10 The boy put the dog over his shoulder and started to walk back across the pond. The stubborn turtle still wouldn’t let go of the poor dog’s paw.11 Finally, when they were in the middle of the pond, the turtle couldn’t hold on any longer and he fell into the water.12 The boy carried the dog out of the pond and the frog climbed out too. The boy was happy the turtle was gone. So was the dog who licked his sore paw.13 The frog and the dog waited for the boy while he packed up his fishing gear. The dog’s paw was still sore so he licked it some more while his tail dangled in the water.14 Oh no! The turtle snuck up on the dog and grabbed his tail.15 The turtle yanked the dog right into the water! The dog struggled to stay afloat. The boy didn’t know what to do.16 While the boy started to take his clothes off, the frog jumped toward the water as hard as he could. The turtle pulled the dog farther and farther under the water.17 The boy hurried to take off his clothes. The frog dove in the water but the dog was now all the way under.18 The boy was almost undressed when he saw the dog come swimming back to shore.19 The dog was wet and weary from his underwater struggle. The frog looked under the water for the turtle.20 They were all shocked to see the turtle floating on his back. The turtle had died! 21 The boy used a stick to pull the turtle out of the water.22 The boy and the frog became angry at the dog. They thought he had drowned the turtle.23 The boy held the turtle in his arms and sadly they all left the pond. 24 The boy laid the turtle on the ground and started to dig a hole in which to bury him.25 While the boy was busy digging the hole, the frog noticed that the turtle has his eyes open.26 The dog saw the turtle too. The turtle was not dead after all! In fact, he was heading straight for the boy’s fishing pole – again!27 The turtle picked up the fishing pole and brought it to them. He wanted to be their friend. 28 The boy picked up the turtle and raised him in the air. They were all very happy.29 So off they went with their new friend.201110/156296

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