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Youtube求救Teenage girl cry out for help on Youtube, the help did come at last, but will the girl be safe afterwards? I'm tired of a guy very much 24/7.That’s when she made this . The State Attorney of Florida dosen't wanna prosecute the 23-year-old man that's raped me and drugged me.The state attorney's office declined our request for an interview. But this court document shows exactly why the case is closed. The prosecutor concluded that the pair had consensual sex. And though Crystal was only 15 at the time, she was mere one month from turning sixteen at which time it would be legal to give consent. We went to the Orange County Correctional Center to interview Casey Mundling where he was being held on burglary and drug charges. At first, he agreed to the interview, but then backed out though he did tell us he did nothing wrong. He’s now out of jail and on probation. ...and tired of being scared.We showed Crystal’s to Trudy Novicki, a former prosecutor who now runs a center for sexually abused children in Miami. I think it is almost so obvious, it's laughable, it's such a cry for help. While research shows a stunning 1 in 4 girls under the age of 18 reports being sexually abused. Novicki says cases rarely go to trial, leaving many young girls feeling the courts let them down. “She is talking to a camera. And that’s all she has to help her? That’s a pretty sad situation. The only thing she can envision help being is to put who she sees as the bad man in jail. There are a lot of other alternatives. It's what I am saying to you, there is a whole system that has got to grab these children.” Crystal now lives with her father, trying to recapture the childhood she never had. She said she does regret making the and sharing her story. All she wanted was someone to listen. I just want someone's help, please!Once again the case against Casey Mundling was dropped and he insists even though he did have sex with Crystal, he did not break any laws. As for Crystal, she tells us starting next week she will be meeting with a counselor. You know, I agree with what the lady said in pack. This is a cry for help. You'd, and you’d like to talk to mom and dad, but she didn’t go there. I mean, what the expert say how dangerous is it for a young girl like this to bear her soul on YouTube. What was really dangerous, just think about it, I mean, these girls are showing their vulnerabilities to the world. And they could become the target for other criminals, or other predators who are out there. Also they may be finding themselves getting unreliable advice when really they should be getting help from a trained counselor. So we linked a secure chatroom where sex abuse victims can safely talk about their experiences. And that so much more right now on cnn.com. That’s good. Thanks for your time.24/7: or "24 by 7", means round the clock, all the time.01/60298The Snooker World Championship 年世界台球锦标赛 Millions of TV viewers were gripped by an epic battle yesterday. The arena: the snooker World Championship in Sheffield, England. The combatants: Chinese players Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo.Ding began the session well, cementing an overnight lead with a further two frames to take him 7-4 ahead of Liang. But Liang rallied magnificently, taking the next four frames to give him a narrow lead over his compatriot.Having failed to pot a ball for over an hour, it looked like things might be over for Ding. But then he produced a clearance of 111 to take the 16th frame. Breaks of 91 and 63 on the following frames secured him the match.The world number 11 now faces Stephen Hendry, a seven-time world champion. Hendry beat Ding in Sheffield last year, but Ding must still savour memories of his win over the Scotsman in the 2005 China Open. He delighted the Beijing crowd by coming from 4-1 down to beat Hendry 9-5 in the final.Current champion Ronnie O’Sullivan believes Ding Junhui has what it takes to go all the way. He is reported to have said in the past, "Tennis has Federer, golf has Tiger Woods, Ding could do the same to snooker."But this year, O’Sullivan is himself the focus of most attention. The world number one was recently put under review after making lewd comments at a news conference during the China Open. Nevertheless, O’Sullivan is a favourite to win this year’s championship. In the second frame of his first-round victory over Stuart Bingham, it took ‘The Rocket’ just seven minutes to deliver a clearance of 140. Yet O’Sullivan is anything but complacent. After the game he was asked to judge his performance out of 10. He said, "Five. Something like that."04/68249

Bush Marks Thanksgiving Holiday, Monitors India Attacks布什感恩节讲话 慰问孟买遇袭者 U.S. President George Bush is monitoring developments in India from Camp David, where he is observing America's Thanksgiving holiday with members of his family. Mr. Bush called India's prime minister from the presidential retreat to express condolences in the wake of terrorist attacks in Mumbai. 美国总统布什在戴维营密切关注印度事态的发展,布什在戴维营跟家人一道欢度美国的感恩节。孟买恐怖袭击发生之后,布什从总统度假地戴维营向袭击受害人表示慰问。White House spokeswoman Dana Perino says President Bush called Prime Minister Singh to stress his solidarity with the Indian people. 白宫发言人佩里诺说,布什总统通过电话向印度总理辛格强调要跟印度人民站在一起。She says Mr. Bush offered support and assistance as the Indian government works to restore order, comfort the victims and investigate "these despicable acts." 佩里诺说,布什提出,在印度政府努力恢复秩序、抚慰受害者、并调查卑鄙行径的同时,布什要给予印度人民持和援助。Mr. Bush placed the call in the early morning hours from Camp David. A short time later, he was back on the telephone, carrying out what has become a holiday tradition. 布什一大早就从戴维营拨打电话。稍后,他开始进行已成为传统的节日通话。He called members of the U.S. military to thank them for their service - speaking with soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guard personnel now deployed in Iraq, Afghanistan and in support operations around the world. 他通过电话向美国军人致谢,感谢他们的贡献,布什在电话里跟现在驻扎在伊拉克、阿富汗以及在世界各地执行援助行动的士兵、水兵、空军战士、海军陆战队员以及海岸警备队队员交谈。In his weekly radio address - released early to coincide with the holiday - he saluted their bravery, and said he will miss serving as their commander-in-chief. 布什在为了配合感恩节而提前发表的每周例行广播讲话中,赞扬了美国军人的勇敢精神,说他将怀念担任他们的军队统帅的这段时光。"During this holiday season, we give thanks for those who defend our freedom," President Bush said. "America's men and women in uniform deserve our highest respect and so do the families who love and support them." 布什说:“在节日期间,我们向那些保卫我们自由的人们表示感谢。美国的男女军人应该得到我们最高的尊重,热爱和持,而且他们的家人也应该得到同样的尊重。”President-elect Barack Obama once again delivered the Democratic Party response. He talked about the challenges facing the ed States as it observes Thanksgiving Day 2008. 当选总统巴拉克·奥巴马再次代表民主党发表每周广播讲话。他谈到在美国人民欢度2008年感恩节时美国面临的各种挑战。"Times are tough. There are difficult months ahead," he said. "But we can renew our nation the same way that we have in the many years since Lincoln's first Thanksgiving: by coming together to overcome adversity; by reaching for and working for new horizons of opportunity for all Americans." 奥巴马说:“世事艰难。未来的几个月将非常困难。不过我们能够让我们的国家获得新生。林肯总统在第一个感恩节时说过:齐心协力能克逆境;通过我们为全体美国人民追求新天地和新机遇,我们能排除万难。从当初到如今这么多年来,我们都是用这样的方式振兴国家的,这次也不例外。”Mr. Obama spent the holiday at his home in Chicago with his wife, daughters and a houseful of guests. He has also been monitoring the situation in India, and getting updates from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. 奥巴马在芝加哥的家里跟夫人、女儿以及一屋子的客人一起过节。他也一直关注着印度的局势,并且不断从国务卿赖斯那里得到事态发展的最新报告。200811/57396

The U.N. Children's Fund says it is deeply concerned about the condition of thousands of children who have been displaced by conflict in northwestern Pakistan. UNICEF says children are in urgent need of health, education and other services.联合国儿童基金会表示,对巴基斯坦西北部为了躲避冲突而流离失所的数以千计的儿童的处境感到担忧。儿童基金会说,这些儿童急需卫生、教育等务。The U.N. Children's Fund reports nearly half of the estimated two million people displaced by conflict in Pakistan's Swat Valley are children.联合国儿童基金会报告,大约有200万人为了躲避巴基斯坦斯瓦特山谷战斗而流离失所,其中将近一半是儿童。It says many are in urgent need of health and educational services, nutritional support, access to clean water and sanitation, as well as protection. It says these problems are made even more difficult by the sweltering summer heat.该机构说,这些无家可归的儿童中许多人急需卫生和教育等务、以及营养持、有洁净水和卫生设备,并且急需得到保护。儿童基金会说,夏季闷热的天气让这些问题更加难以应对。UNICEF says it is particularly concerned that some 700,000 children will miss out on the coming school year. School is supposed to start in September. But, the agency says 3,700 schools may not be available for classes because they are being used to house 150,000 internally displaced people.联合国儿童基金会表示,该机构尤其担心的是大约70万儿童在接下来的学年可能没有学上。新学年应该在9月开学。不过,该机构说,有3700所学校现在住着15万国内流离失所的人,可能还不能供学生上课用。UNICEF spokeswoman, Veronique Taveau, says her agency has set up so-called child friendly spaces in the camps as a stopgap measure. She says these spaces have recreational and school learning equipment to help children get back to some semblance of normality.儿童基金会发言人塔沃说,基金会在流离失所者居住的营地里设立了所谓的“儿童天地”,做为一种权宜之计。她说,这些“儿童天地”都有设施和教学设备,帮助孩子们过上某种从表面上看是正常的生活。She says children in the camps are better off than the tens of thousands of children who are living with family and friends in host communities.塔沃说,与那些跟家人和朋友住在寄宿家庭的成千上万的孩子相比,住在营地里孩子们的情况要好得多。"The problem we have at the moment is for us to be able to reach those families and those children that are in those communities, sometimes in remote spaces where we cannot have access," Taveau explained. "So, that is the concern we have at the moment because we know that some of those families and some of those children they are lacking almost everything like potable water, drinking water, hygiene and schooling." 塔沃说:“我们眼下遇到的问题是,要能够跟那些住在寄宿社区的家庭和孩子们联系上,有时,他们在偏远的地区而我们却无法进入到那里。因此,这就是我们此刻担心的问题,我们知道一些家庭和儿童差不多什么都缺少,比如可以瓶装水、饮用水、公共卫生设备和学校教育等。Fighting between government forces and Taliban militants erupted toward the end of April. Within three weeks, about two million people had fled their homes. The speed and magnitude of the crisis surprised the government and aid agencies and has put an enormous strain of their ability to provide assistance.巴基斯坦政府军跟塔利班激进分子在快要到4月底的时候爆发战斗。不出三个星期,大约200万人逃离他们的家园。这场危机到来的之快,强度之大,让巴基斯坦政府和救援机构非常惊讶,给他们提供援助的能力增添了巨大压力。About 10 percent or 200,000 of the displaced are sheltering in camps, which are providing for their essential needs. But, the vast majority or 1.8 million people are living in host communities.流离失所者中大约10%或者20万人栖身在营地里,这些营地向他们提供生活必需品。不过,绝大多数流离失所者,也就是180万人住在寄宿家庭。UNICEF says children and families are living in cramped conditions with limited aid in these communities. It says the monsoon season will soon begin and children, many of whom are malnourished, are at great risk of contracting water borne and other diseases.联合国儿童基金会说,在寄宿家庭的儿童和他们的家人居住环境狭窄,能够得到援助非常少。儿童基金会说,雨季即将开始,这些儿童极有可能感染水生疾病等病症,他们中许多人已经营养不良。It says its humanitarian efforts are being hampered by lack of funds. It says it has raised less than a third of the 3 million needed to support 1.7 million IDPs for six months.联合国儿童基金会表示,由于资金不足,该机构的人道努力正在受到限制。儿童基金会说,向170万国内流离失所者提供6个月的援助需要5亿4千3百万美元,该机构现在筹集到的资金还不足三分之一。 07/76713

  西南地区的旱灾仍在继续,救援工作正在进行。在云南,省政府、非政府机构和当地人民一起携手共度难关。Duan Lijun is a primary school student in Mile County, one of areas hit hardest in Southwest China's Yunnan Province. Thanks to relief work, Lijun is given a bottle of mineral water each day. But the teenage girl saves most of her limited water a for her family. Because of this, she drinks just one and a half bottles of water each week. "It's been a long time since we lacked drinking water. Everyday, I pray it will rain soon, and that my folks at home won't suffer from thirst any longer."Since last fall, Southwestern China has been plagued by its worst drought in six decades. In some areas, the disaster is worst in a century. According to the Ministry of Civil Affairs, the disaster has affected around 61 million people and left about 5 million hectares of land barren across Guizhou, Yunnan, Sichuan, Chongqing and Guangxi. Duan's hometown Yunnan is the worst-hit province, with about 5.4 million people facing water shortages.To cope with the severe challenge, the Chinese Red Cross Foundation has launched the Spring Rain program, calling for donations for water, food and other relief materials.The national Land and Resources system has also been given responsibility to pump underground water into drought affected areas. The first 153 meter-deep artesian well was made in Yiliang, a county nearby the provincial capital of Kunming, on Friday. One local farmer is very happy to have fresh water nearby his home again."I got here five this morning to queue for the water."The 552 cubic meters of water the well pumps every day will go some way to addressing the demand for water to drink and irrigate crops. Across the province, workers are drilling daily with the aim of digging over a thousand wells by mid-May. 52 are aly functioning and 288 are under construction, providing 20 percent of the needed drinking water. The Ministry of Water Resources has allocated more than 6.3 billion yuan, or around 900 million US dollars to support further relief work.Qiu Ruitian is deputy director of the State flood control and drought relieve office."The fund will be used to supply drinking water for both humans and livestock, to upgrade water conservation infrastructure and support small-scale farming water."With such industrious collaboration it is hoped that Southwest China will be enjoying a reliable water supply before long. Tingting, for CRI News.201003/100052

  Premature and low birth weight babies are surviving as never before, thanks to treatments available in neonatal intensive care units. That's mainly true in rich countries. But a new study suggests that these high-tech, high-intensity hospital services make economic sense in middle-income countries, too.新生儿重症监护室的医护措施使现在早产儿和体重过轻新生儿的存活率比以往大幅度提高。这主要是在富裕国家的情况。但一项新的研究认为,这种高科技的重症监护务,中等收入国家在经济上也是行得通的。The often amazing results from neonatal intensive care comes at a hefty price in rich countries — doctor and hospital bills often climb into the tens of thousands of dollars, or more.在富裕国家里,新生儿重症监护的效果令人称奇,但往往伴随高额费用。来自医生和医院的账单,经常高达数万美元,甚至更多。Medical care is cheaper in countries like Mexico, but people have less money, and there are many other competing medical needs.在墨西哥等国家,看病吃药虽然便宜一些,但人们口袋里的钱也比较少。而且,还有许多其它迫切的医疗需求。So Joshua Salomon of the Harvard School of Public Health and his colleagues analyzed the costs and results of neonatal intensive care in Mexico. Using government data, they factored in the costs of medical care plus the costs of taking care of babies who survived with mental or physical disabilities against the value of longer life for babies who might not otherwise have survived. 哈佛大学公共卫生学院的乔舒亚·萨洛蒙教授和他的同事们分析了墨西哥新生儿重症监护的费用和成效。他们根据政府的资料,计算医疗费用加上有心理或生理残疾的婴儿日后的医护费用,然后将这笔钱与因此存活下来的婴儿的较长寿命的价值相比。Salomon says they concluded neonatal intensive care is a very good investment.萨洛蒙说,他们的结论是,新生儿重症监护是一笔非常好的投资。201012/121608。

  Google enters the browser war 谷歌浏览器Chrome问世 Search giant joins crowded field in hopes of increasing advertising revenue. But will users switch? Sam here in Francisco, well a lot of us are wondering yet again, what is Google thinking. The company just launched another product that at least on the surface it doesn't seem to have a whole lot to do with its core business, search and online ads. So what it is, it’s a web browser; it's called Chrome. This is going to compete with other existing web browsers like Microsoft, Internet Explore, Apple Safari, and Firefox. So why is the company that makes the majority of its revenues from online ads, launching its own branded web browser? Well, the thinking here is that if Google can provide a better, faster, easier Internet experience, then more people are going to spend more time online. And that in turn drives more ads for Google and more revenues. So Google could have a top seller here though, because Internet Explore unlike Google's Chrome is, is available as, as a preloaded browser on many, many computers. And for users to actually use / Chrome, they’re, they are going to have to go out, be proactive and download Chrome from Google. Um, is it available for free, it’s going to be available in about a hundred countries. So it's going to had, have a very wide availability, but for users’ tasks, they are not only find out about Chrome, but then go out and download it is a whole different challenge. Microsoft’s Internet Explore has about 72% of the market share right now and Microsoft actually just recently launched an updated version of Internet Explore ads. The closest runner-up which is Firefox has about 20% of the market share. So is there room for yet another web browser here. Well, yeah, I think consumers can always use a faster, more reliable browser, but whether Chrome is going to be that browser remains to be seen.200811/55402

  The waves of these azure seas hide an abundant treasure. Below the waves, coral reefs provide a habitat for teeming life, a life with a kaleidoscope of color. In oceans around the world, clear and well-circulating waters encourage corals to anchor and grow. Despite their plant or stone like appearance, corals are actually animals. They come in many colorful forms and textures.Starting as tiny cylindrical polyps just a couple of millimeters in diameter, they grow about half an inch a year and can become several feet in diameter. Corals form reefs as successive generations build on the skeletal remains of older generations. Reefs can be hundreds of feet wide and stretch for miles. The greatest collection of reefs is located off the northeast coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef. This collection of reefs encompasses 135,000 square miles. Thousands of species of reef fish,mollusks, sea stars and other creatures inhabit coral reefs. The reef system's spinygrottos offer refuge and feeding grounds for a variety of aquatic life. In spring, this Caribbean reef plays host to the fanatic mating of fish. A male yellow head garfish is left alone to tender fertilized eggs he carries in his mouth. He spits them out from time to time in order to aerate them over the 5-day gestation period. In this aquatic community, unusual relationships develop. A cleaning station thrives around this coral head, often patronized by the tiger grouper. Tiny gobies fearlessly enter the tiger's mouth to feed on dead tissue and parasites. But just as the reef fosters life, it can harbor danger. Lurking on the fringes of this Caribbean reef, the barracuda is a fierce predator equipped with razor-sharp teeth. Although they do hunt in groups, sometimes adults branch off and prowl for food on their own. This small ballyhoo fish is a mere snack for this hungry barracuda. Coral reefs have been evolving for about 500 million years, but these days they are under threat. Global warming, pollution and overfishing have contributed to their decline. Earnest efforts are under way to protect the world's reefs and restore them. Artificial reefs created from sunken ships and other man-made objects have shown some short-term promise. But man's impact on the environment continues to make the future of coral reefs uncertain. 1. azure: adj.having a bright blue colour like the sky 2. teeming: adj.full of people, animals etc that are all moving around 3. polyp: n. 珊瑚虫a very simple sea animal that has a body like a tube 4. skeletal: adj. connected with the skeleton of a person or an animal 5. Great Barrier Reef: n. 大堡礁The largest coral reef in the world, about 2,011 km (1,250 mi) long, off the northeast coast of Australia. Its vividly colored banks are known for their exotic fish and crustaceans. 6. mollusk: n. 软体动物a type of sea or land animal that has a soft body covered by a hard shell7. spiny: adj.(of animals or plants) having sharp points like needles 8. grotto: n.A grotto is a small cave with interesting or attractively shaped rocks. 9. garfish: n. 长嘴硬鳞鱼 10. gestation: n.the process by which a child or young animal develops inside its mother's body before birth, or the period of time when this happens11. tiger grouper: n. 老虎斑 12. goby: n. 虾虎鱼 13. barracuda: n. 梭鱼 14. branch off: v. to diverge from the main way, road, topic, etc 15. prowl: v.if an animal prowls, it moves around an area quietly, especially because it is hunting another animal 16. ballyhoo: n. 巴西鱵200811/54683Kim's Funeral Opens Door to High Level Thaw Between North, South Korea金大中葬礼之日 李明晤北韩高级代表 On the day South Korea formally bid farewell to its former president, the country's current president held a groundbreaking meeting with a team of high-level North Korean envoys visiting to pay respects.韩国为前总统金大中正式送葬之日,现任总统李明与前来吊唁的北韩高级特使团举行了一次突破性的会见。Senior North Korean envoys departed the South before the start of Sunday's funeral ceremony for the country's deceased former president, Kim Dae-jung-- but first, they paid a visit to current President Lee Myung-bak. 北韩高级特使团在星期天为韩国已故前总统金大中举行的葬礼开始之前离开首尔,不过他们此前先拜访了现任总统李明。Mr. Lee's spokesman, Lee Dong-kwan, says the delegates met for thirty minutes with the South Korean president, and passed on a verbal message from North Korean leader Kim Jong ll about "cooperation" between the North and South.李明的发言人李东冠说,特使团与韩国总统会见了30分钟,传达了北韩领导人金正日关于北南合作的口信。President Lee's office has not publicized specific details of the North Korean leader's message. 李明总统府没有公布北韩领导人口信的具体细节。Spokesman Lee says President Lee explained the South Korean government's consistent and resolute principles on North issues, and asked the delegation to explain them to Kim Jong ll. He also thanked the delegation for coming, and vowed that there is "no problem that cannot be solved" through sincere dialogue between the two sides. The North side echoed that sentiment, says Lee, by expressing the hope that North and South would indeed solve all of their problems together.发言人李东冠说,李总统阐述了韩国政府在北方问题上一贯而坚定的原则,并且请特使团向金正日转达这些原则。他还感谢特使团的到来,并且表示双方通过诚挚对话“没有解决不了的问题”。李东冠说,北韩方面表示希望北方和南方确实会共同解决他们的全部问题,以此对李明的心情表示认同。Sunday's meeting is widely seen as a breakthrough, considering that North Korea's official media regular refers to Lee Myung-bak and his administration as "traitors." Mr. Lee, a conservative, ended the policy of two previous South Korean administrations which sought to engage and befriend the North by providing hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer aid and investment.鉴于北韩官方媒体一向将李明及其政府称为“叛徒”,星期天的会见被普遍视为一项突破。保守派人士李明终止了前两届韩国政府奉行的政策,该政策寻求以提供数亿美元的纳税人援助和投资与北韩保持接触和友好。The North Koreans were in Seoul to honor the pioneer of that policy, President Kim Dae-jung, who died last week at 85. 北韩特使团在首尔向制订那项政策的先驱金大中总统致敬。金大中上星期去世,终年85岁。Thousands attended the funeral for Mr. Kim, a devout Catholic, at South Korea's parliament on Sunday. 数以千计的人星期天在韩国国会参加了金大中的葬礼。In a eulogy, South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo says "You opened the path for inter-Korean reconciliation, exchange, and cooperation throught the first ever South-North Summit since the division of the peninsula. In the year 2000, you received the Nobel Peace Prize, once again putting Korea on the world map."韩国总理韩升洙在悼词中说,“通过朝鲜半岛分裂以来的首次南北高峰会晤,你开启了两韩之间的和解、交流和合作。在2000年,你获得了诺贝尔和平奖,再次让大韩在世界版图显现。”Mr. Kim's 2000 meeting with Kim Jong ll was credited with profoundly changing the character of North-South relations, paving the way for increased North-South contacts and a set of reunions for families separated by the 1950s Korean War. However, it was later tainted by allegations the South paid the North nearly half a billion dollars to agree to the event.金大中2000年会晤金正日,被誉为深刻改变了北南关系的性质,为北南接触的增加、并且为因1950年代朝鲜半岛战争而分离的一批家庭重聚铺平了道路。不过,后来有传闻说,为了让北方同意这次会晤,南方付给北方将近5亿美元,致使有关活动蒙上污点。Prime Minister Han went on to praise Kim Dae-jung's struggle to transition his country from dictatorship to democracy. 韩升洙总理还赞扬金大中为韩国从专制向民主过渡而进行的奋斗。He says "often comparing yourself to the honeysuckle that survives the freezing winter, you emerged strong prevailing over the lifetime of hardship from imprisonment, house arrest, death sentence and exile." 韩升洙说:“你经常自比熬过寒冬的忍冬草,在经历坐牢、软禁、被判死刑和流放的艰难一生后,你坚强地光复了。”President Barack Obama sent a U.S. delegation to attend Sunday's funeral, including former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and senior State Depeartment Envoy to North Korea Stephen Bosworth.美国总统奥巴马派出一个美国代表团参加星期天的葬礼,代表团成员包括前国务卿奥尔布赖特和资深的国务院北韩问题特使斯沃思。08/82355A report in Wednesday's New York Times es unnamed U.S. intelligence officials as saying Pakistan has arrested five people, including a Pakistani military official, accused of passing information to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency prior to last month's U.S. raid in the Pakistani garrison town of Abbottabad that resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden.纽约时报星期三一篇报导援引未具名美国情报官员的话,称巴基斯坦逮捕了包括一名巴基斯坦军官在内的一共五人。巴基斯坦当局指控这些人在上个月美军突袭巴基斯坦要塞城市阿伯塔巴德之前,将情报泄露给了美国中情局。美国这次突袭造成本.拉登之死。The Times report exposes the growing friction between the U.S. and Pakistan in the wake of that operation.纽约时报的报导揭露了美巴两国在那次行动后的擦加剧。The New York Times article cites unnamed sources in the American intelligence community who claim that the five detainees include a Pakistani army major who copied the license plate numbers of cars visiting Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad in the weeks leading up to the May 2 U.S. raid.纽约时报的文章援引美国情报圈的未具名消息来源称有五人遭到拘押,其中包括一名巴基斯坦陆军少校。在5月2日美国发动突袭前几个星期,这名少校纪录了进出本.拉登在阿伯塔巴德市的宅院的汽车车牌号码。Pakistani military spokesman Brigadier General Syed Azmat Ali emphasized that no Pakistani military personnel have been detained in relation to the Abbottabad raid.巴基斯坦军方发言人阿兹马特准将强调说,没有巴基斯坦军方人员因阿伯塔巴德突袭而遭到拘押。"We categorically deny that any such or any army officer was arrested in connection with this," said Azmat Ali.他说:“我们明确否认有任何军官因此被捕。”The military spokesman did confirm that there have been arrests in the wake of the May 2 raid, but he would not clarify what the charges were or whether those being held were being prosecuted, as the New York Times reports, because they assisted the CIA.这名巴基斯坦军方发言人实,在5月2日突袭后确实有人被捕,但他拒绝说明对这些人的指控是什么,或被捕的人是否如纽约时报报导所称,因为他们协助中情局而遭到起诉。201106/140766

  科学家曾对蜜蜂离奇死亡或消失的原因进行多番推论,包括全球气候暖化、疾病或杀虫药等。科学家和业界称这个蜜蜂消失现象为"蜂群衰竭失调"(Colony Collapse Disorder,简称CCD)。爱因斯坦的"蜜蜂预言"真是所言不假,他曾经说过"没有蜜蜂,就没有授粉,就没有植物,就没有动物,就没有人类。"蜜蜂在大自然食物链中扮演非常重要的角色,依靠蜜蜂传播花粉的行业。在美国,每年经蜜蜂授粉而生产的水果、蔬菜及核果种子总值数以百亿美元计。现时大量蜜蜂失踪或死亡,也将威胁全球农作物收成。Honey bees add billions of dollars in value to around one hundred thirty crops in the ed States. But since the nineteen eighties, researchers have been concerned about the health of these valuable pollinators.Worries grew after the winter of two thousand six. Some pollination services reported losses of anywhere from thirty to ninety percent of their hives. The beekeepers did not find dead adult bees as they often do after winter. Instead, the bees were gone. Experts gave a name to this mysterious situation: colony collapse disorder. A report in Agricultural Research magazine, from the Department of Agriculture, takes a fresh look at C.C.D. It says the disorder is truly a serious problem. But it says there were enough honey bees to provide all the agricultural pollination needed last year.Still, beekeepers reported losing about thirty-five percent of their hives in the fall and winter of two thousand seven. It two thousand six, it was thirty-one percent.The ed States has almost two and one-half million managed beehives. Experts from the Agriculture Department and the Apiary Inspectors of America did a study involving about one-fifth of them.One finding was that beekeepers who found no dead adult bees were more likely to have the most severe losses. Also, a virus called I.A.P.V., for Israeli acute paralysis virus, was present in almost half the colonies studied. But researchers say they do not know if this virus causes a colony to collapse. They say the lack of affected bees to examine makes it difficult to know exactly what the new disorder is. Losses in honey bee populations can result from a number of causes. A big problem, for example, is the varroa mite, a deadly parasite. And experts keep looking for other answers for the current situation.Scientists at the University of Virginia recently reported that air pollution may prevent bees from finding flowers to pollinate. They think ozone in the air is keeping bees and other pollinators from smelling the flowers. Bees feed on nectar and pollen from flowers. Jose Fuentes and his team at Virginia studied how far the scent of flowers travels with the wind. Before the eighteen hundreds, they say, it was more than one thousand two hundred meters. Now, they say, the scent can travel only about three hundred meters at best. Their study is in the journal Atmospheric Environment.03/65616Europe's debt saga欧洲的债务援助行动Every which way but solved远未解决A bail-out strategy as bankrupt as Greece should be ditched. It probably won’t be本应放弃像希腊一样没有偿债能力的纾困措施。但也许未必如此May 12th 2011 | ATHENS AND LONDON | from the print editionIF APRIL is the cruellest month for poets, May is the harshest one for European leaders. A year ago they tore up the rule book to bail out Greece and to ward off market attacks on other fiscal reprobates in the euro area. The first anniversary of the rescue mission has been nothing to celebrate. Despite a year of grinding hardship Greece looks ever more likely to have to restructure its debts. The official rescue funds hastily mustered in May 2010 have had to be deployed twice more since then, first to support Ireland late last year, and now to keep Portugal afloat.如果对诗人来说,四月是最残忍的一个月,那么对欧洲领导人来说,五月就是最严酷的月份。一年前,他们违反了规则对希腊进行纾困,以避免其它有债务问题的欧盟国家也受到市场冲击。援救行动的第一个周年纪念没有什么值得庆祝的。尽管经历了一年艰辛不懈的努力,希腊看起来却更可能进行债务重组了。继2010年5月之后,又两次动用了那时仓促筹集的官方援助资金,第一次是去年年底援爱尔兰,现在则是为了保住葡萄牙。The most pressing concern is Greece. The big hitters in the euro area—in particular Germany and the European Central Bank—are squabbling furiously about how to deal with the country’s debt burden. News of a “secret” meeting on May 6th between finance ministers from Greece and its main euro-area creditor states leaked out along with a report that Greece might leave the euro. That claim was strenuously denied. But policymakers seem unable to agree on much else.最紧迫的问题是希腊。欧元区重量级人物——特别是德国和欧洲央行——正为如何处理希腊的债务而激烈争吵。有消息称,5月6日希腊财长们和它在欧元区主要的债权国秘密会晤,并且透露出一份希腊可能被逐出欧盟的报告。这个说法被各方强烈否认。但是政策制定者们似乎再无意见相同之处。201105/138093

  Bacon price hike to save industry A national pig petition is set to back UK pig farmers whose livelihoods are threatened by high feed prices and cheap foreign meat.Now a national pig petition is being launched today to support British pig farmers who say their livelihoods are threatened by soaring feed prices and competition from cheap imports.The campaign is backed by celebrity chefs from Gordon Ramsey to Rick Stein, and launched by Waitrose. But in a global market should consumers be expected to pay more for products just because they're British? Here is Jane Dodge.Most of us have a soft spot for pigs, not enough though to stop us eating them. Bacon is the nation's favorite meat. But the butties we know and love could become a luxury in the future according to pig farmers. They say they're struggling to survive, a big rise in the cost of feed means they're no longer making a profit. Some are quitting. Others like Martin Martindale in Hampshire have scaled down production.Solely, we've seen our overdraft rise, uh, some 3 times, uh, triple in size over the last 6 months, um, if the, if the situation continues, um, then we will find it increasingly difficult to stay in businesses, we will have to charge more for our product.To make that palatable to consumers, a campaign has been launched today called "Save Our Bacon".According to the industry the cost of rearing a pig is around 106 pounds. But farmers only get 80 pounds when it's sold, so that's a loss of 26 pounds. Farmers now want consumers to pay more for their pork.Aren't you just at the end of the day asking us to buy British?That's part of what we're trying to do, but the problems behind the British product, the freshness, the welfare standards that we've produced to are all far better than there is available from imported product.Standards may well be high here. But competitors argue their product is just as good and cheaper.There are occasions I would say where individual governments, uh, go ahead of the basic EU legislation which is, uh, to which we must alter it here, uh, that has happened in this country we would accept, with certain aspects of uh, pig welfare, but Danish farmers would also point to areas, in the area of welfare where their government has gone further than the government here.Ultimately this is a fight for hearts and minds - British pig farmers have to persuade consumers that quality is worth paying more for.200810/54099

  谷歌从周一起开始对中国大陆用户提供未经审查的搜索结果,《华尔街日报》的Loretta Chao和道琼斯通讯社的Aaron Back讨论了谷歌的这一举动意味着什么以及中国政府对此将作何反应。201003/99593。

  Fasion at Emmys A look at what the stars were wearing at the 60th Emmy ceremony. It’s a big thing, take the pictures when everyone’s walking and GMA’s own fashion cop and ambassador of fun Terren Winterberg was there and she’s at the New York Theater when in the latest morning, Terren.Look in good Terron, look in good.Yea, sure.Woo, thank you. I like the sound that like fashion cop. Fashion cop.Very cool, the good news is I didn't, fashion carp, the good news is I did not make any rest last night, but it is the biggest night of the television industry. But everybody knows what really matters, it’s all about the fashion. Take a look at the red carpet / recap. The red carpet was in a word, bright. I thought yellow was gonna be a little risky, but apparently I mistake.The sun was shining. It’s very warm.I am melting, but it’s worth it. And the jewelry, sparkling. Kind of looks like a grape .It’s good enough to eat, but it’s not. It’s a kind of a grape that could tell you if you ate it, or if you losted it.But these fashions are no joke.Get to keep your mind when you dressing for this these things, what’s not gonna wrinkle, it’s not gonna show your penny line s. What’s gonna be floras from the beginning to the end of the night. To be try on 700 dresses at the end of the one just thing you need, you go if you like.Like my mom sums up when I look into the mirror, she says "OK, girl, you are right."Isn’t it hard to navigate in the carpet in New York ceremony with this behind you.It’s allowed me to turn around, it’s not pretty, but that’s not //you just have to pretend you do this everyday. I wear this to bed. Ah, and just like Brooke, I too wore my warm emmy dress to bed. No actually, I 've dressed up all night, but the greatest part is I think that everybody play it pretty safe on the red carpet, but that means they really wore any fashion Misses. But I do want to mention the guys, the guys side the joy. Because they can be put the fashion forward. Who’s suck out to me was pd, he’s wearing a velvet bow tie, a velvet lapel and even a velvet shoes. Sort of that was pretty unique, guys back in New York. What is it? Velvet?Taking notes,Velvet tie, velvet shoes. What was your favourite?Yes, I /What was your favourite?Er,, my favourite, I would say it was // yellow, one shoulder. I thought she looked so elegant and it just fit her like a // which is absolutely stuning. What was yours?Er.. I really did like//. I like //her shirt was really./Her figure is amazing, and // looks great every year.Every year. But we got to say, yeah, it was beautiful, what’s on the big hair? Cathy //, what’s up with the big, big hair. I know.You know it’s funny you ask that. It’s she looks like Marshall Cross that she said it was an inspiration.///200810/54444

  每年8月最后一个星期三,在西班牙巴伦西亚地区的布尼奥尔小镇都举行一年一度的民间传统节日番茄节——“番茄大战”(Tomatina - Tomato Fight)。“参战”和“观战”的人数达4万多人。布尼奥尔的“番茄大战”始于1945年。关于它的来历,有这样一个传说:有一天,该城一个小乐队从市中心吹着喇叭招摇过市,领头者更是将喇叭翘到了天上。这时,一伙年轻人突发奇想,抓起西红柿向那喇叭筒里扔,并且互相比试,看看谁能把西红柿扔进去。这就是“西红柿大战”的由来。Thousands of people descended on the Spanish town of Bunol on Wednesday to take part in the Tomatina festival. The annual food fight draws visitors from around the world. They pelt each other with ripe fruit until they become soaked through with tomato juice and covered in pulp, using more than 200,000 pounds of tomatoes. Some of those involved in this messy festival got a stinging reminder that tomatoes are acidic, and could be seen rubbing their eyes after getting a soggy missile to the face. When the tomato supply runs out, the messy throng jumps into a nearby river en masse. La Tomatina is rumoured to have started in the 1940s when a group of young friends began throwing their lunch at each other one day, near a vegetable stand on a town square. Before long, it turned into an annual tradition.07/77554

  New York Mass Transit Boosts Security Following Moscow Attacks纽约地铁加强安保措施The massive New York City public transit system has stepped up security measures after two suicide bombings in Moscow's underground train system killed at least 39 people. The police department says there has been no specific threat against the city's subway system, but additional security has been put in place as a precaution.莫斯科两起自杀式炸弹爆炸导致至少39人丧生之后,纽约庞大的公共交通系统加强了安保措施。纽约警察局说,尽管纽约地铁系统并没有受到特别的威胁,但纽约市还是加强了对地铁系统的安保措施。The additional coverage includes more armed officers and sniffer dogs patrolling subway stations as well as more frequent bag checks and increased surveillance of high-traffic areas.这些额外措施包括配置更多的武装警察和嗅探犬,更频繁的包裹搜查以及加强对交通繁忙地段的监测。Mayor Michael Bloomberg says all New Yorkers, including the more than 250,000 with Russian heritage, express their deepest sympathy to the victims of the Moscow train bombings. He says any terrorist attack reminds the city it needs to remain vigilant.纽约市长布隆伯格说,所有纽约市民,包括25多万名有俄罗斯血统的人,对莫斯科地铁爆炸事件深表同情。他说,任何恐怖袭击都提醒纽约必须保持警惕。"The answer to what we're doing is we change it every day and for security reasons, obviously, we're not going to tell anybody what we are doing," he said. "But you can rest assured that we have great interest in what goes on around the world." “出于安全考虑,我们每天都做改动,我们不会告诉任何人这些改动是什么。但是你可以放心,我们高度关注世界各地发生的事情。”The two bomb attacks in Moscow occurred during Monday's busy morning rush to work. Russian officials say early indications are that the attacks were the work of militant groups from the Northern Caucasus.The attacks, carried out by two women, have spurred transit officials in New York City, Washington D.C., Boston, Chicago and other U.S. cities to temporarily tighten security to deter copycats.莫斯科地铁爆炸案促使纽约、华盛顿、波士顿、芝加哥和其它美国城市的交通官员都临时性地加强了安全措施,以防止任何类似事件发生。One subway rider in New York, Willma Matthews, says the attacks in Russia serve as a reminder of the vulnerability of mass transit.威尔马·马休斯是纽约的地铁乘客。他说,俄罗斯的恐怖袭击提醒人们,公共交通系统是一个薄弱环节。"If someone wants to do something, I guess you can't stop people," she said. "You don't know what's under someone's coat."“如果有人想要做什么,你没有办法阻止他们。你不知道别人衣里藏了什么。”Last month, an Afghan immigrant living in the western U.S. state of Colorado, Najibullah Zazi, pleaded guilty to charges of leading a plot to bomb the New York subway system.上个月,住在科罗拉多州的阿富汗移民纳吉卜拉·查兹承认了有关他带头策划对纽约地铁发动爆炸袭击的指控。201004/100637

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