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Year in review: President Bush The AP looks back on the challenges president Bush faced in his last year in office George W Bush hoped his last year as president will be remembered for scenes like these: troops hoist to come home in triumph from Iraq where bloodshed is dramatically down. You have shown that there is no task too difficult for the ed States military. But now Bush's final year will also be known for unprecedented financial panic. The massive Federal rescue that has stanched free market tear was then forced to order and the historic economic downturn that engulf the country. If you don't take decisive measures, then it's conceivable that our country keep going into a depression, greater than the greater depression. And if that weren't enough, though the Iraq war is going better, many Iraqis still smolder as Bush found out during a year and a news conference there. At meantime, Afghanistan is dramatically worse, US intelligence says the war there is spiraling downward, and commanders are scrambling to send in more troops. Against that background, Bush's poll number sank to record loans,so low that GOP candidates shunned him during the campaign, but still took a feeting on the Election Night, that means Bush will soon hand the keys to the oval office to the other Party. Yet looking back, he tells reporters he's got no regrets. When the time comes on January the 20th, Laura and I will return home to Texas, we treasure the memories of our time here. Still, Bush makes no secret, he's counting the days. Mark Smith, the Associated Press, the White House.01/61005Who are world’s richest kids?They’re under 15, but that isn’t stopping them from raking in the dough from music, movies, TV and more. Julie Dam of People magazine reveals the identities of these real-life Richie Riches.Now are the some of the richest kids in the world and the money they’re making. The current issue of People magazine features some very famous faces who are under 15, and cashed in on concert tours, movies, TV shows and more. Julie Dane is People’s senior editor. Julie, good morning!Good morning. So, when you looked at some of these kids, were you amazed at the money they’re making? Yeah, I mean it’s nothing like when I was a kid, that’s for sure. That’s right. Well, let’s get started with the big to who know, Miley Cyrus. I mean this girl is a machine. She is in the industry and to herself. And she only has the biggest kids show on cable; she has this huge concert tour, she was taking home a million dollars a week.(Wow) She just signed a 7-figure book deal and this year her merchandise sales for Hannah Montana are expected to hit a billion dollars. A billion? A billion with a “B”! And she gets a percentage of that, right? She does. She gets a percentage of it I mean she’s really raking in it, but (Ok, go ahead) she does have her you know, had on her shoulders and her mum says that most of the money is going into an investment fund that she won’t touch it until she’s 18. Wow… and where is all that besides all that money, I mean, does she seem like she's handling this stuff ok? Er, she seems like an incredibly mature, grounded girl which is great to see. Another one of her Disney stable mates, this is such a hot band, the Jones Brothers. I mean, the Disney basically resurrected them and now they’re just pulling in the dough. They’re huge. They just signed a multimillion-dollar two-year-concert deal. They’re taking in a 12 million on this concert tour among the three of them. And, you know, they’re also super grounded and they have a good family around them, they give 10% to charity. So it’s a good story. And then what cash do they have? What do they like? They do spend money. They give their mum a really nice diamond watch, they buy new computers, and Nick, the youngest, he’s 15 has just shot up 1500 dollars for a pair of shoes. Yeah, let’s gonna say that they’re all kind of clothes horse. Yeah, they’re definitely natty dressers. All right. Abigale Breslin, who is just a fantastic young actress, 12 years old and her price per movie is doing OK. She’s got two million in a movie, but, you know, just because she’s an Oscar nominated actress and makes two million. She’s still a normal 12-year-old girl. She likes, you know, American-girl dolls and Jones Brothers. And does she like working with these big stars? Yeah, I mean, she’s having an incredible career aly. Dakoda Fannine who’s such a terrific actress, she’s now 14 years old and she’s doing pretty well per movie. She’s a total Hollywood player, I mean, she can open a movie, she’s making four million in a movie now. She’s worked for some of the biggest stars in the business. And she doesn’t get an allowance? She doesn’t get an allowance; she says that her parents want her to feel like she wants to help out, not because she has to help out, on the house. And she’s also done some modeling too, hasn’t she? She has, she did a gap item among other things. Now, this young man is quite the comic actor. He’s on Two and a Half Men, Angles T. Jones, and TV stars, you know I mean they usually make a one million a season or more. He’s doing all right for a 14-year-old? Yeah, he’s making 1.2 million per season which makes him one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. And for a young man like this, I mean he still has his whole career ahead of them, but there is always that those child actors, there’s always a dangerous, a dangerous position because you always hear about these child-actors become a flameout early.Right, you know, but for every, you know, true Hollywood story, you hear about people going off the rails, we do have people like Brookshield and July Foster who actually just started with Abigale Brastle in the movie, who have shown that you can't have a long great career. And then Tyler James Williams, who’s the star in Everybody Hates Chris, ah this again, seemed like a very grounded young man. Yes, he’s also making 1.2million dollars a season and he said when he got the role that he's good at, making fried bologna sandwiches, picking good movies and making money. Yeah, and when you look at all these young actors, what’s the common theme you see amongst them, the actors in these country-goers? Well these really successful ones, like Miley and Jonas Brothers have really good families around them and they’re clearly not in this on their own, they have families to help them along and they seem to be totally normal kids. Great, well, Julie Dane, thank you so much. Thanks for having me.And you can more about these Hollywood kids and their families in this week’s issue of People magazine that hits newsstands today.01/60898我们上一次的收获是16亿年前的叶子化石,那么发现了它意味着什么呢?低温度下的叶子与温暖环境中的叶子相比,它们的叶缘上面会有什么样的变化呢?这是值得探讨的。接着听哦! Leaves with teeth do better in colder climates because teeth are actually really advantageous in jump-starting growth at the beginning of the growing seasons. In this case, you can see this beautiful fossil leaf here with teeth, and each of the teeth are a little hotbeds of photosynthesis(光合作用), so when that leaf first comes out of the bud, it gets a jump-start on leaves that don't have teeth. Miller uses this information to find out about the height of the young Rocky Mountains. In a simple but powerful technique, he compares the number of leaves with teeth to those without. You go to a particular area, and you pick up all the species of leaves that are there from the trees that are growing in that area, and you compare the number of species that have teeth to the number of species that have smooth margins. That gives us some idea of what the temperature is. So the higher the proportion of plants with jagged edges compared to plants with smooth edges, the colder the temperature of the site. And the colder the temperature, the higher the mountain. So if you've got into a hot air balloon here today, and you float it straight up into the atmosphere, the temperature will decrease in a very predictable way, and it turns out that for about every mile you go up in the atmosphere, you lose about 20 degrees Fahrenheit. So if we know how temperature changes with elevation, we can back out elevation from those estimates of temperature. To work out the height of the early mountain, Miller needs to compare samples from two areas, one at the base of the mountain and one at the top. Fossils found at the base of the Rockies near the present-day Denver have an amazing story to tell. These ancient leaves are incredibly similar to plants growing in the tropics today. So after the Rockies rose, down in the area of Denver, it was sub-tropical and tropical forests, we have palms, and cycads, and canopies like we see in the tropics today. Up here we had a forest that looked probably more like a forest that grows in North or South Carolina on the east coast of the U.S. By comparing the ancient fossil leaves from the top of the mountain with fossil leaves from the foot of the mountain, Miller has come up with a surprising conclusion. It turns out that the fossil leaves here are predominantly toothed as compared to those that are in Denver which are predominantly smooth margin. And it turns out the ones in Denver grew in a climate that was about, on average about 75 degrees Fahrenheit, the ones up here grew in a climate that was probably about 50 degrees Fahrenheit. So if we know how temperature changes with elevation, that means that this site, when these fossil leaves were deposited, was about a mile higher than Denver. Today it's only a half mile higher. So 60 million years ago, the mountains would be twice as high as they are today.小编有约:本期的文章中有许多对比的句子,非常的地道。可以摘抄下来,试着自己写作文的时候用。不仅仅是优美的文章,同时Daisy也认为它告诉了我们探索真理的一种方法。这种方法叫“比较研究法”,通过对近缘物种的行为进行对比分析,以了解行为适应和进化的重要方法。这是一种科学的研究方法。在学习物理和化生时,会用到这个方法。课后题目:Daisy提供这三个线索,你来找找看这个。A. You've got into a hot air balloon. B.You float it straight up into the atmosphere. C. The temperature will decrease in a very predictable way. 201110/159217

Court Rules Bali Bombers Can Be Executed by Firing Squad印尼法庭:可决巴厘爆炸案被告 Indonesia's constitutional court has ruled the three men convicted in the 2002 Bali bombings and sentenced to death may be executed by firing squad, quashing their claim it is inhumane and against the constitution. 印度尼西亚的宪法法庭裁决说,因2002年巴厘岛爆炸案而被判死刑的三名男子可以交由行刑队决。这一裁决击碎了他们关于死刑执行的方式非人道和违反宪法的指责。The constitutional court also dismissed a request by the Bali bombers to be beheaded instead of shot, which their lawyers argue is a more humane method of execution. 宪法法庭还驳回了关于以斩首取代决的方式处决巴厘爆炸案制造者的要求。他们的律师辩解说,斩首是更人道的处决方式。The three bombers: Amrozi Nurhasyim, Ali Gufron, and Imam Samudra, have been sentenced to death for the 2002 Bali bombings that claimed the lives of 202 people, many of them foreign tourists. 阿姆鲁兹·努尔哈希姆、阿里·古弗隆和伊玛目·萨穆德拉因为在2002年制造导致202人丧生的巴厘岛爆炸事件而被判死刑。那次事件遇难者中有许多是外国人。Presiding judge Mohammad Mahfud says the pain generated by a firing squad is a natural part of the execution process and not torture, as claimed by the bombers' lawyers. 该案审判长穆罕默德·马赫富德说,由决所造成的痛苦是处决过程中的自然部分,不是这些爆炸制造者的律师所说的折磨。He says there is no justification for the request and that the court has rejected it. 他说,无从明这是个正当的要求,所以法庭予以驳回。The three bombers, who are part of the regional terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah, have exhausted all appeals and are expected to be executed soon. 这三名属于区域性恐怖组织伊斯兰祈祷团的爆炸案犯已经用尽了所有申诉,预计不久就会被处决。In an unusual announcement, the attorney general said he will give more details about the timing of the executions, this Friday. 总检察长在一个不同寻常的声明中说,他将在星期五提供有关处决时间的具体情况。Indonesia carries out executions by firing squad, usually late at night and without giving prior notice to the public. 印度尼西亚由行刑队执行死刑。执行时间通常在深夜,也不会事先发布公告。A lawyer for the bombers, Wirawan Adnan, says he will respect the court's decision. 这些爆炸制造者的律师之一比拉万·阿德南说,他们将尊重法庭的裁决。"We have to respect the decision. This is because this is a highly respected court and we have to respect the decision," Wirawan said. "We do have our disappointment. But, with that being said, we still respect the constitution and again this is our petition for the constitution, not necessarily for Amrozi, it's for the interest of the constitution." 他说:“我们必须尊重这个裁决。因为这是相当有威望的法庭。所以我们不得不尊重这个裁决。我们当然失望。但是,正如我所说的,我们仍然尊重宪法,再说一次,这是我们针对宪法提出的申诉,不完全是为了阿姆鲁兹,而是为了宪法的利益。”The three Bali bombers vow their followers will avenge their execution, but most terrorist experts agree Jemaah Islamiyah is no longer capable of launching major terrorist attacks. 这三名巴厘爆炸案制造者扬言说,他们的追随者会对他们遭处决而进行报复。但是多数恐怖问题专家都认为,伊斯兰祈祷团已经没有能力发动重大恐怖袭击了。Also on Tuesday, police raided a house in Jakarta seizing weapons and bomb-making materials from the site, but did not give further details. 此外,警察星期二突袭了雅加达的一座房屋,在那里缴获了武器和制造炸弹的材料。但是警方没有提供更多详情。200810/53609

Last month, our English Department invited a local radio star to deliver a public lecture on the topic of media influence on society. He described the tug of war that has been going on in recent years between newspapers on real live paper (my words for the old-fashioned way) and newspapers available on the Internet.上个月,我们英语系邀请一位当地广播电台的明星给我们来一次有关媒体对社会影响的演讲。他描述了最近一些年老式的报纸和网络报纸之间的竞争。Are old-fashioned newspapers only for us older folks? The majority of college students I know appear to consider ing anything, not only newspapers (online or ;live;) as a chore. Most seem to only to pass exams.老式报纸只适合于年岁大的人吗?我认识的大多数大学生将阅读,不仅包括读报纸(无论是在线的还是;现场报道的;),视为累人的活。大多数人阅读只是为了通过考试。For me, the pleasures of ing a newspaper, as with ing a novel or a well-crafted poem, essay, or drama, are intricately connected with the pleasures of the human imagination. People newspapers for many reasons. Newspapers offer information, and they also cover a variety of topics. But newspapers and ing in general can only add to our lives if we have imaginations sufficiently fertile and copious to appreciate them.对我来说,阅读报纸的了却和阅读小说或是心编辑的诗,散文,喜剧,都与人们想象的乐趣复杂地联系在一起。人们阅读报纸有很多原因。报纸提供信息,也包含很多话题,如果我们需要丰富的想象力来欣赏报纸和阅读,它们就会融入到我们的生活中。Many tell me the Internet has aly taken over the job of old time ing, but I should not worry young people will suffer from underdeveloped imaginations as a result. PowerPoint presentations, games, text messaging, YouTube, and countless other high-tech advances keep young imaginations very much alive and growing. I hope so.许多人告诉我,网络已经替代了老式的阅读,但是我不应该担心这会导致年轻人的想象力得不到发展,PowerPoint展示,视频游戏,短消息的发送,YouTube还有无数的高科技发展会使年轻人的想象力保持活跃并增长。我希望如此。201111/161360India is well known for its legions of computer programmers, but the country also has another face as the last bastion of the typewriter. Manual typewriters stayed popular in India long after developed nations had entirely switched to the keyboard and mouse. As recently as the 1990s, the Mumbai plant of a company named Godrej and Boyce was turning out 50,000 typewriters a year. They were popular in a nation where reliable electricity supplies - essential for computers - are still by no means guaranteed.But even in India, typewriter sales have slumped in the last ten years. Gradually, every manufacturer stopped making them, leaving only Godrej's Mumbai plant - and that switched to making fridges two years ago. And now the firm says it only has 500 typewriters left in stock. It's a far cry from the heyday of the 1950s, when India's then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru held up the humble typewriter as a symbol of the nation's independence and industrialisation. The first commercial typewriters were produced in the ed States in the 1860s. The machine was then the dominant office technology for more than a century until the computer came along.【词汇注释】legions of 很多another face 不同的方面the last bastion:最后的供应商manual adj. 手工的turn out 生产 slump v.下滑 in stock: 存货a far cry from: 与……截然不同 the heyday of: the most popular and successful time ofhumble adj.简陋的201110/157544

冰岛火山灰云团迫使欧洲空域关闭,近10万架次航班被取消或者延误。国际航空运输协会说,这场危机给航空业造成超过17亿美元的损失,并使已经遭遇困境的航空业雪上加霜。英国航空公司CEO 威利·沃尔什说,空域关闭期间英航每天的损失在2000万美元到3000万美元之间。The closure of airspace over Britain, Northern Europe and Scandinavia is having economic repercussions around the world. It has halted the transport of goods, stranded hundreds of thousands of passengers and dealt a severe economic blow to the airline industry.Nearly 100,000 flights were canceled or delayed as volcanic ash forced the closure of European airspace. The International Air Transport Association says the crisis has cost airlines more than .7 billion and is devastating an aly beleaguered industry.British Airways Chief Executive Willie Walsh says his company lost between million and million a day."My personal belief is that we could have safely continued operation for a period of time," said Walsh. "I think there were occasions when the decision to close airspace could have been justified."Walsh says canceling everything was unnecessary and that after the unprecedented delays and cancelations there will still be complications with air travel."I think to get back to normal levels of operation, from an industry point of view, I think will take weeks," he noted.About 20 percent of airline revenues comes from air freight. Aramex logistics company managing director Jim Armour says the shutdown cost his company about a quarter of its daily revenue. The real problem is the uncertainty he says."If someone said this was going to last for two weeks like a strike, you could make your plans, you could think about what you do with your people. I think the concern is the unknown really," said Armour.Armour says the implications are not just economic."[There are] terrible impacts. [For example,] you want to move blood plasma around and you need it badly, you want to move kidneys around… There [are] some disastrous consequences apart from the economic ones," he explained.Flower growers in Kenya and Israel have had to destroy tons of roses and other flowers that are too wilted to have any economic value. Fruit and vegetable producers have also lost crops that could not travel to Europe. Jo Tanner, with Britain's Freight Transport association says there are lots of untold costs."The impact economically is really difficult to judge at this stage, because we do not know how much has been able to be salvaged, how much extra cost there has been in terms of the contingency planning, so moving stuff to particular hubs by air and then picking up the rest of the journey by road, rail or sea," said Tanner.Airlines are asking European governments for financial and logistical compensation to help alleviate some of their losses. Many businesses will not have the same option and it may take some time before the full economic impact of the volcanic ash cloud is known.201004/102108South Korea Says US Deal With North Means Nuclear Disabling Can Resume韩国欢迎美国与北韩达成核查妥协  South Korea is welcoming a compromise between the ed States and North Korea on inspecting the North's nuclear facilities. The deal removes North Korea from a U.S. list of suspected terrorism sponsors. South Korea says it paves the way for the North to resume disabling its nuclear facilities.韩国欢迎美国与北韩就检查北韩核设施达成的一项妥协。这项协议将把北韩从美国怀疑持恐怖主义的国家清单中去除。韩国说,这项决议为北韩恢复废止其核设施的工作铺平了道路。South Korea is welcoming a new compromise between the ed States and North Korea aimed at making the North's nuclear activities more transparent to the international community.韩国对于美国与北韩之间旨在让北韩核活动在国际社会面前更加透明化的最新妥协表示欢迎。Kim Sook, the chief South Korean envoy to multinational nuclear talks with the North, told reporters in Seoul Sunday his government welcomes the deal as an opportunity that gets the six-nation nuclear talks back on track, and leads to North Korea's eventual abandonment of its nuclear programs.北韩核问题六方会谈的韩国代表团团长金塾说:“韩国政府欢迎这项协定,把它视为让六方会谈回到正常轨道上、并最终导致北韩放弃它的核计划的机会。”As part of a multiple stage agreement with Japan, the ed States, South Korea, China, and Russia, Pyongyang spent the first half of the year actively disabling its main nuclear facility in Yongbyon. It also submitted a declaration of its nuclear activities, limited mainly to Yongbyon's plutonium production.根据北韩与日本、美国、韩国、中国与俄罗斯的一项协议,平壤方面在今年上半年积极地废止在宁边的主要核设施。北韩也递交了一份核活动清单,主要是关于宁边的钸制造。However, when North Korea refused to agree to a plan for confirming the declaration's truthfulness, President Bush delayed the promised removal of the North from a State Department list of nations suspected of sponsoring terrorism. Pyongyang responded angrily by vowing to resume Yongbyon's operations, then barring international inspectors from conducting their usual surveillance of the site. North Korea maintained the terror list removal was entirely separate from the verification talks, and threatened to begin reprocessing nuclear fuel into material useable for weapons.然而,当北韩拒绝同意一个核实其声明真实性的计划后,布什总统延迟了将北韩从国务院怀疑持恐怖主义国家的名单当中去除。平壤的反应是气愤地誓言重建宁边核设施,然后拒绝国际调查人员到现场进行例行的监督。北韩坚持说,把北韩从恐怖国家名单上除名跟核实会谈完全没有关系,并且威胁将开始重新生产能够制造武器的核原料。Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill traveled to Pyongyang earlier this month as part of a diplomatic push to overcome the disagreement. U.S. officials announced the compromise in Washington Saturday, simultaneously removing North Korea from the terror list. Washington says inspectors will have access to all of North Korea's declared nuclear sites as well as access "based on mutual consent" to undeclared sites.美国助理国务卿希尔在本月稍早前往平壤,试图以外交手段来克这项争议。美国官员星期六在华盛顿宣布了这项妥协,同时将北韩从恐怖分子的名单上去除。华盛顿方面说,调查人员将能够进入所有北韩已申报的核设施,而”基于双方共识“,也可以进入没有申报的核设施。South Korea's Kim Sook says the success of the deal will depend on cooperation from Pyongyang.韩国特使金塾说,这项协议能否成功将取决于平壤方面的合作。He says North Korea will need to work with international inspectors on logistical issues such as selecting sites, providing transportation, and making information available.他说:“北韩需要在相关议题上与国际调查人员合作,包括选择接受调查的设施、提供交通,以及提供资讯。”Not everyone is celebrating the U.S. - North Korea deal. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa, speaking on the sidelines of credit crisis talks in Washington, called the deal "extremely regrettable." Japanese officials have said North Korea should remain on the U.S. terror sponsors list until it fully accounts for Japanese citizens abducted in the past by North Korean agents.然而并非所有的人都为这项美国与北韩的协定感到高兴。日本财政大臣中川昭一在华盛顿的信用危机会议场外发表了看法。Backers of a stringent North Korea policy are also not pleased. Former U.S. Ambassador to the ed Nations John Bolton calls the verification compromise "pathetic," and says it does not compel North Korea to be sufficiently forthcoming about its nuclear capabilities.主张对北韩实施严厉政策的人士也有所不满。前美国驻联合国大使约翰.尔顿称这项妥协是“可悲的”,并且说这项协定将不会迫使北韩坦率地公布其核能力。200810/52708Romantic comedies affecting off-screen love livesRomantic comedies might provide 90 minutes of light-hearted fun but the happy-ever-after movies are also impacting people's real love lives, according to an Australian survey.A poll of 1,000 Australians found almost half said rom-coms with their inevitable happy endings have ruined their view of an ideal relationship.One in four Australians said they were now expected to know what their partner was thinking while one in five respondents said it made their partners expect gifts and flowers 'just because'."It seems our love of rom-coms is turning us into a nation of "happy-ever-after addicts." Yet the warm and fuzzy feeling they provide can adversely influence our view of real relationships," said Australian relationship counselor, Gabrielle Morrissey."Real relationships take work and true love requires more than fireworks."The survey was released by Warner Home Video to mark the movie "Valentine's Day" going to DVD.Vocabulary:light-hearted: 轻松愉快的happy-ever-after: 大团圆结局,幸福到老rom-com: 浪漫喜剧,romantic comedy的缩写just because: 不为什么,不需要解释背单词 — 装英语词汇201007/109636

Palestinian Rocket Attack Tests Shaky Gaza Cease-Fire巴勒斯坦火箭袭击考验加沙停火  Palestinian rocket fire at Israel is testing a shaky ceasefire in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. 巴勒斯坦人向以色列发动火箭袭击正在考验在哈马斯统治的加沙地带实施的脆弱停火。Palestinian militants in Gaza fired a rocket at Israel that landed near the coastal city of Ashkelon. There were no injuries or damage, but the attack raised the prospect of further Israeli retaliation. Israel has vowed to respond harshly to any Palestinian rocket fire and there have been a series of tit-for-tat attacks since a ceasefire ended the Gaza war two weeks ago. 加沙的巴勒斯坦激进分子向以色列发射一枚火箭,落在海滨城市阿什克伦附近。这次袭击没有造成伤亡或者破坏,但是却使以色列有可能进一步报复。以色列已经坚决表示要对任何巴勒斯坦人的火箭袭击作出强硬反应,自从停火协议在两星期前结束了加沙战事以来,已发生一连串针锋相对的攻击行动。Israeli analyst Dan Schueftan says Israel needs to strengthen its new policy of deterrence. 以色列分析人士许富坦说,以色列需要加强新的威慑方针。"Every time they shoot a rocket, we should react without any proportion in a way that will not only hurt them but also humiliate them," he said. 他说:“他们每一次发射火箭,我们都应该以某种方式做出反应,不仅要给他们造成伤害,而且还要羞辱他们。”Egypt is trying to mediate a long term ceasefire between Israel and the Islamic militant group Hamas which rules Gaza. But Hamas says it will not stop the rocket fire and other attacks unless Israel opens border crossings into Gaza and lifts its crippling blockade. Israel says that cannot happen until Hamas releases a captive Israeli soldier held for two and a half years in Gaza. 埃及正在争取在以色列和统治加沙的伊斯兰激进组织哈马斯之间调停长期停火协议。但是哈马斯说,如果以色列不开放进入加沙的边界过境点,不解除严重损害加沙的封锁,他们就不会停止火箭和其它袭击。但是以色列表示,哈马斯首先要释放被关押在加沙已经两年半的一名以色列军人,然后这一切才可能实现。The soldier, Gilad Shalit, is a powerful bargaining chip for Hamas. Senior Hamas official Khalil al-Hayya told a rally in Gaza that Israel must pay a high price.  以色列军人沙里特是哈马斯讨价还价的大筹码。哈马斯高级官员哈亚特在加沙的一次大会上说,以色列必须付出高昂的代价。He said "Shalit will not see the light of day" until Israel releases hundreds of Palestinian prisoners. Israel says the problem is not with the numbers but the names. Hamas is demanding some top militants involved in bombings with mass casualties, and Israel says they will not be released. 他说:“如果以色列不释放几百名在押的巴勒斯坦人,沙里特就不会重见天日。”而以色列说,问题不在释放的人数,而在于释放哪些人。哈马斯要求释放参与了造成大量人员伤亡的爆炸事件的首要肇事者。以色列说,不会释放那些人。02/61625According to a new study more people live in poverty in eight Indian states than in 26 of sub-Saharan Africa's poorest countries. The creators of the new study said the level of poverty in South Asia compared to Africa was a surprising discovery.The Multidimensional Poverty Index takes into account issues such as health and education and whether or not people have access to clean water and electricity. Sabina Alkire is director of the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative and she co-created the new index. "One striking feature is that most of the poor people live in South Asia – 51 percent of the 1.7 billion people that we have identified as poor are resident in that continent," says Alkire. "And it is not only the number, but also the intensity."She says about one-quarter of the world's poor live in Africa, according to the MPI. "When we compare the 26 poorest countries of Africa with states in India that have the same intensity of deprivation, we find there are more poor people with this intensity of deprivation in India than in sub-Saharan Africa. And that is quite striking," Alkire adds.Alkire says the new Index paints a different and sometimes surprising picture of poverty than studies that look at income alone.For example, in Ethiopia 90 percent of people are 'MPI poor' compared to the 39 percent who are classified as living in 'extreme poverty'. And 1.7-billion people living in the countries covered by the Index live in poverty according to the MPI – that is higher than the 1.3-billion people who live on .25 a day or less. Alkire says a benefit of the new index is that it shows how poverty affects people living in different regions of a country."So we looked at Kenya, where Nairobi has the poverty of the Dominican Republic – not too much poverty – whereas the northeastern rural area of Kenya is worse than our poorest country, Niger, with more than 90 percent of people poor," Alkire said.She says it also shows the range of poverty amongst different ethnic groups – she says in some countries the variety is tremendous. The Multidimensional Poverty Index was developed by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative with support from the ed Nations. It will be featured in the upcoming UNDP Human Development Report, replacing the Human Poverty Index.Researchers analyzed data from 104 countries with a combined population of 5.2 billion – just under 80 percent of the world's total population.根据一项新研究,印度八个邦的贫困人口比撒哈拉以南非洲最贫穷的26个国家的贫困人口总数还要多。美国之音记者采访了这项新研究的发起者之一。 她说,南亚与非洲贫困程度的对比是一项惊人的发现。 多维贫困指数参考的问题包括健康、教育以及人们是否能获得清洁水和电力等。 牛津贫困和人类发展项目负责人阿尔凯尔参与创建了这个新指数。 阿尔凯尔说:“一个显著的特点是,贫困人口中大部分都居住在南亚。换句话说,被我们认定为贫困人口的17亿人中,51%都居住在亚洲。这不仅仅是指人口的数量,还包括人口密度。 她说,根据多维贫困指数,世界贫困人口中大约有四分之一居住在非洲。 阿尔凯尔说:“当我们对比非洲26个最贫穷的国家和印度同样贫困程度的邦时,我们发现生活在这样贫困程度的人口中,居住在印度的人要多于居住在撒哈拉以南非洲国家的人。这是一个很惊人的发现。” 阿尔凯尔说,与单纯参考收入水平的研究相比,新的多维贫困指数反映出一种不同的、有时甚至令人惊讶的贫困情况。 比如说,90%的埃塞俄比亚人在多维贫困指数统计中属于“贫困”,而按收入统计只有39%的人被列为“极度贫困”。在多维贫困指数统计的国家里,有17亿人生活在贫困中。而按照日均收入1.25美元或以下的方法计算,这些国家的贫困人口是13亿。 阿尔凯尔说,新的多维贫困指数的一个优点是它可以显示出一个国家内不同区域人口的贫困情况。 “我们来看肯尼亚,肯尼亚首都内罗毕的贫困指数和多米尼加差不多,贫穷人口不是太多。但是肯尼亚东北部农村地区比世界上最贫困的国家尼日尔更加贫困,那里90%以上的人被列为‘贫困’。” 她说,新指数还显示了不同民族之间的贫困差异,在一些国家,这个差异非常大。 多维贫困指数是由联合国持的牛津贫困与人类发展发起的。在联合国开发计划署即将发表的人类发展报告中,多维贫困指数将取代原来使用的人类贫困指数。 研究人员分析了104个国家总共52亿人的数据,占全世界人口的80%。201007/109328Bush: U.S. to buy bank shares The federal government plans to use a portion of the 0B financial rescue plan to purchase equity shares in U.S. banks. Today I am announcing new measures of American’s taking into implement the G7 action plan than strengthening the banks across our country. First, the federal government will use a portion of the 700-billion-dollar financial rescue plan to inject capital in the banks by purchasing equity shares. The new capital will help healthy banks continue making loans to businesses and consumers, and this new capital will help straggling banks fill the hole created by loss during the financial crisis, so they can resume landing and helps for job creation in economic growth. This is essential short term measure to ensure the viability of American’s banking system. And the programme is carefully designed to encourage banks to buy their shares back from the government when the market stabilized and they can raise capital for private investors second effective and immediately. The FTIC will temporarily guarantee most new debts issued by insured banks, this will address one of the central problems plugging our financial system. Banks have been unable to borrow money and that is restricted their abilities to lend to consumers and businesses. When money flows more freely between banks, you will make it easier for Americans to buy a * cars and homes and push more businesses to expand. There the FTIC will immediately and temporarily expand government insurance to cover all none interest burry transaction accounts. These accounts are used primarily by small businesses to cover day to day operations. When assuring every dollar needs in accounts, we will give small business owners a piece of mind and bring stability to the * greater stability to the banking system. Fourth of Federal Reserve will soon finalize work on the new programme to serve as a * resolve for commercial paper, the key source of short term financing for American businesses and financial institutions. And by unfreezing the market for commercial paper, the Federal Reserve will help American businesses meet payroll and purchasing material and invest to create jobs.200810/53259

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