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咸宁市第一人民医院做丰胸手术多少钱武汉/市中医医院整形美容More than 100 villagers from rural Cambodia were detained briefly by the authorities in Phnom Penh after handing out leaflets detailing how government land concessions are affecting their lives.柬埔寨农村地区的100多位村民在散发有关政府出让土地对他们生活造成的影响的传单后,被金边当局短暂拘押。Early Thursday, about 120 villagers gathered to pray at a Buddhist shrine on the riverfront in Phnom Penh.星期四早上,大约120名村民聚集在首都金边河边的一个佛教寺庙里祈祷。Many were dressed in outfits designed to evoke a Cambodian version of the hit film "Avatar," which depicts the struggle of an alien race battling to save their forest from commercial exploitation. Protesters had green painted faces, green shirts and wore a green leaf as a hat.许多村民装扮成热门电影《阿凡达》中的形像。这部电影讲述的是潘多拉星球的纳美人为保护他们的森林免被商业开发而与地球人对抗的故事。柬埔寨的这些抗议者们用绿色涂料涂在脸上,身着绿色衣,头戴树叶做成的帽子。Raising awareness of deforestationThey said they had come to the capital to let the public know of the troubles they face in rural areas where huge tracts of forest have been leased to domestic and foreign businesses.他们说,他们来到首都是要让公众了解他们在农村地区面临的困境,那里的大片森林已经租给了国内和外国的企业。Villager Kao Chart, who traveled from the northeastern province Kratie, said the forests are being cleared and people like him are losing their livelihoods. He said 20 people came from his area, and are praying to the Buddha for help. He also said taking care of the environment is a priority.来自东北部桔井省的村民考·查特说,森林正在消失,像他这样的人正失去生计。他说,有20个人来自他那个地区,他们向佛祷告祈求帮助。他说,保护生态环境是首要任务。201108/150254武汉/市武昌医院治疗痘痘多少钱 U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has launched the first direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians in nearly two years.美国国务卿克林顿主持召开以色列和巴勒斯坦近两年以来第一次直接和谈。Both sides agreed to a second round of talks to be held in the Middle East later this month.At a ceremony in the State Department's ornate Benjamin Franklin room, Secretary Clinton said the Obama administration is committed to forging a peace agreement within the next year.在国务院华丽的本杰明富兰克林厅举行的仪式上,克林顿国务卿说,奥巴马政府致力于促成双方在明年内达成一个和平协议。She stressed the main work will have to be done by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. "We believe, prime minister and president, that you can succeed and we understand that this is in the national security interest of the ed States that you do so. But we cannot and we will not impose a solution," she said.克林顿强调指出,主要工作必须由以色列总理内塔尼亚胡和巴勒斯坦权力机构主席阿巴斯完成。克林顿说:“我们相信,总理和主席,你们能够成功。我们也认为,你们这样做,符合美国的国家安全利益。但我们不能、也不会强加任何解决方案。”Sitting under sparkling chandeliers at a U-shaped table between Mr. Netanyahu and Mr. Abbas, Clinton congratulated the leaders for agreeing to resume negotiations. But she warned of difficult days to come in the effort to create an independent Palestinian state and security for Israel. "There undoubtedly will be obstacles and setbacks. Those who oppose the cause of peace will try in every way possible to sabotage this process as we have aly seen this week," she said.在U型会议桌旁,坐在内塔尼亚胡和阿巴斯中间的克林顿国务卿对两位领导人同意恢复谈判表示祝贺。但她也警告说,在努力建立独立的巴勒斯坦国和实现以色列安全的过程中,还将面临艰难的日子。克林顿说:“毫无疑问,将会有挫折和阻碍。那些反对和平事业的人将尽一切可能破坏这个进程。我们这个星期已经看到了这种情况。”201009/112956韩国庆尚南道金海市,前来悼念前总统卢武铉的悼念者在卢武铉的遗像前痛哭不已。据不完全统计,韩国62个自治团体25日设立悼念卢武铉的灵堂等祭奠场所,其中7处设在首都首尔,各政党、宗教团体、市民团体设立的祭所达到180处。3天来,韩国全国弥漫着悲伤的气息,民众以各种方式追悼卢武铉。近两天有超过30万人从各地赶来悼念卢武铉,一些人步行几公里,一些人在灵堂外排队等待的时间超过一小时。Thousands of South Koreans lined up to pay respects to their formalleader Roh Moo-hyun as the nation was reeling from the shock of his apparent suicide. The 62-year-old president out of office for 15 monthsis believed to have jumped to his death from a cliff near his countryhome after being implicated in a corruption scandal. South Korea set up31 altar sites throughout the country for citizens to pay their respects.And Prime Minister Han Seung-soo and cabinet members offered prayers toRoh. The former president’s death was widely mourned in South Korea.It's really sad. I’m really sad. And he is a poor person. He was a very nice man. I am heartbroken. I cannot see any more. North Korea’s official media out a condolence message from leader Kim Yong Il to Roh’s family but noted the scandal investigation. KimYong Il and Roh met in Pyongyang at a historic summit in October 2007, only the second summit of states technically still at war.A public funeral is expected on Friday for Roh, a self-taught lawyer who rose from rural poverty to win the presidency backed by ageneration of students who fought for democracy in the 1980s.词汇:pay respect to 向某人致以敬意cabinet member 内阁成员05/71770湖北省中医院抽脂多少钱

应城市人民医院激光祛痣多少钱Illegal immigration非法移民Et in Alabama ego 外星人在亚拉巴马星球The state has come up with America’s harshest immigration law该州实行美国最严移民法Jul 21st 2011 | MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA | from the print edition THERE are few immigrants in Alabama, and even fewer who are there illegally. Roughly 3% of the state’s population is foreign-born, compared with 12.5% nationwide, and many of those people are legal immigrants. So in June, when Alabama passed the nation’s most draconian anti-immigration law, it struck many observers as a bit of an overreaction.亚拉巴马州的移民很少,非法移民更少。相比于全美外国出生人口12.5%的比重,该州只有大约3%,但其中很多是非法移民。因此,七月份当亚拉巴马通过了全国最严格的反移民法,很多观察人士大为惊讶,认为此举有点反应过度。Frustrated by long federal inaction, several states have taken immigration into their own hands in recent years. The Alabama law imitates those in some respects. Like Arizona’s, it allows police to ask people about their immigration status when questioning or arresting them. As in neighbouring Georgia, the penalties for employers who hire undocumented workers will be stiffened. But the Alabama law goes much further than either. It bars people from giving lifts in their cars to undocumented immigrants, or doing them various other favours. Because of poor phrasing, it might even keep some legal migrants out of state universities. It also requires schools to determine the legal status of pupils’ parents. That is startling; it could discourage parents from enrolling their American-born children.由于联邦政府长时间在移民问题上的不作为,一些州近些年来已经把移民事宜握在了自己的手里。亚拉巴马州的移民法在某些方面模仿了其他州的做法。和亚利桑那州一样,该州法律将允许警察询问或逮捕人时可以询问其移民地位。与临州佐治亚类似,新法将加强对雇佣未注册工人的雇主惩罚。但是亚拉巴马的移民法比两者都更进一步。它禁止人们在路上搭乘未注册移民,或者为其提供任何帮助。由于措辞含糊,甚至它还可能阻止部分合法移民进入州立大学。它还要求学校确认学生父母的合法地位。这个规定令人惊诧,它可能会打击父母让其在美国出生的孩子入学的积极性。One of the primary complaints about the new law is pragmatic: if you are going to have illegal immigrants, it would be best if they were not undereducated, vulnerable, and afraid of the cops. “I would like people to come forward and report serious crimes,” says Mary Bauer, the legal director for the Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Centre (SPLC). “I think that’s in my interest.”对新法最主要的担忧是实用主义的:既然你有非法移民,如果他们都受过良好教育、面对生活不脆弱、面对警察不害怕就最好不过了。“我希望人们上我这来报告严重罪行。” 位于蒙哥马利的南方贫穷法律中心的法务总监(SPLC)Mary Bauer)说,“我们就是干这个的。”201107/146096仙桃市割眼袋多少钱 提起瑞士,你会想到什么,手表、多功能军刀、巧克力,还是时装?今天,我们就带您走进瑞士,体验一场浪漫而时尚的欧洲之旅。Hello and welcome to Travel Blog, a weekly feature for people who love to travel and enjoy new experiences. We take you on fascinating journeys where you'll rediscover familiar places and find out about new and unusual travel experiences. And we provide you with all the practical information you need to plan your own trip.Well, if you could travel through only one European country, which would you choose? Italy? France? Germany? How about a taste of three in one? That can only mean Switzerland. Today, we'll start our journey from the heart of Europe - Switzerland. Switzerland might bring several key icons to mind- watches, multifunctional pocket knives, cuckoo clocks, chocolate and fashion. However, that's not all there is to Switzerland. With the incomparable beauty of its mountainous landscape, pristine lakes, lush green countryside and picturesque towns, Switzerland is unique and truly a land like no other. Now we have Feng Hui from the Beijing office of the Swiss Tourism Bureau. She'll be with us to take a closer look at this beautiful country. "When we talk about Switzerland, everybody, just like you, getting in mind will be the Alps, chocolate, Swiss Army Knife, banking, and skiing. To give you an overview of Switzerland, it's really a mini country in the middle of Europe, with the neighborhood country like Germany, Austria, France, Italy. It's only about 40,000 square meters, let's say it's (as big as) two and half Beijing city, with only 7 million population. 201003/97914赤壁市人民医院治疗青春痘多少钱

华中科技大学人民医学院附属协和医院做双眼皮开眼角手术多少钱600 Palestinian Police Deploy in Hebron巴勒斯坦当局在希伯伦部署警力 Israel is allowing the Palestinian Authority to extend its control of the West Bank. 以色列已允许巴勒斯坦当局扩展对约旦河西岸的控制。Nearly 600 Palestinian police deployed in the volatile West Bank town of Hebron. Commanders say the aim it to crack down on militants and criminals.  将近6百名巴勒斯坦警察向局面动荡的约旦河西岸希伯伦镇部署警力。指挥官表示,他们的行动目的是追捕激进分子和罪犯。Israel approved the deployment to strengthen Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, both of whom want to curb the influence of the Islamic militant group Hamas.  以色列允许进行这项部署,是为了加强获西方持的巴勒斯坦民族权力机构主席阿巴斯的力量。以色列和巴勒斯坦都希望压制伊斯兰激进团体哈马斯的势力。The group seized control of the Gaza Strip last year, routing Mr. Abbas's Fatah forces in a Palestinian civil war. Since then, Mr. Abbas has headed a more moderate government in the West Bank that is negotiating with Israel for the creation of a Palestinian state.  哈马斯去年在巴勒斯坦内战中击败了阿巴斯的法塔赫军队,从而取得了对加沙地带的控制。自此之后,阿巴斯就在约旦河西岸领导立场较为温和的政府,这个政府目前正与以色列就建造独立的巴勒斯坦国进行谈判。In Gaza, Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum condemned the deployment of Palestinian police in Hebron. 在加沙,哈马斯发言人巴荷姆谴责巴勒斯坦警方进入希伯伦的部署行动。He accused Mr. Abbas of collaborating with Israel to crackdown on Hamas and the Palestinian resistance, while strengthening the Israeli occupation. 他指责阿巴斯和以色列合作镇压哈马斯和巴勒斯坦的反抗力量,使得以色列的占领更加巩固。Hebron is the West Bank's largest city and the third to be reinforced with Palestinian police loyal to President Abbas. 希伯伦是约旦河西岸的最大城市,也是效忠民族权力机构主席阿巴斯的巴勒斯坦警方所加强控制的第3个西岸城市。Israel still controls the Tomb of the Patriarchs, which is sacred to both Jews and Muslims, and the nearby Hebron Jewish settlement. The 500 settlers who live there are furious over the deployment. They say that in the past, Palestinian police have turned their weapons on the Jews. 以色列仍然控制著希伯伦族长坟墓。这个坟墓对于犹太人和穆斯林以及附近的犹太人定居点都是圣地,并且靠近希伯伦。居住在这个犹太人定居点的的5百名犹太人对于巴勒斯坦的警力的部署行动感到愤怒。他们说,过去,巴勒斯坦警察曾经把武器转过来对付犹太人。200810/54010 Obama Builds Diverse Coalition in Victory奥巴马扩大了民主党的选民基础In the aftermath of Tuesday's U.S. presidential election, many Democrats believe Barack Obama's convincing victory could set the stage for a political realignment that could benefit the party for years to come. 这次美国总统大选的结果,让许多民主党人相信巴拉克.奥巴马令人信的胜利,将导致美国政治舞台上出现新的整合,并将让民主党受益许多年。President-elect Obama won 52 percent of the popular vote, the largest share for a Democrat since Lyndon Johnson won in 1964. 总统当选人奥巴马赢得了百分之52的普选票数,民主党自从1964年的林登.约翰逊之后,再没获得过这么大的胜利。But more importantly, Obama expanded Democratic support among key voter groups including Hispanic-Americans, women, young people and suburbanites. 但更重要的是,奥巴马拓展了持民主党的关键选民族群,包括拉美裔、女性、年轻人以及居住在郊区的人。Democratic pollster Stanley Greenberg has been examining who voted for Obama in the election and why. 民主党民调专家斯坦利.格林伯格考察了在大选中投票给奥巴马的人,并且提出原因。"Latino, African-American, Asian, the diverse country that is increasingly diverse from the lowest ages up, and which helped give us this new politics," he said. "It is not an identity politics. It is a new diverse country that is rallying the kind of message and leadership that Obama represented and the Democratic Party has represented in these elections." “拉美裔、非洲裔、亚裔,从新生儿到老人,我们国家日趋多元化,而这中情况促成了这片新政局。这并不是操弄族群认同的政治。这是一个新的多元国家,团结在奥巴马以及民主党在这些选举当中所代表的讯息与领导之下。”Tom DeFrank, who has covered U.S. elections for decades and is the Washington bureau chief of the New York Daily News, says Republicans should take note of Obama's winning coalition."He really expanded the map for the Democrats, and that is something that Republicans, who are licking their wounds, have got to really think about hard between now and 2012," he said.The makeup of the U.S. electorate has dramatically changed over the past several decades. 过去几十年来,美国的选民结构有戏剧性的变化。In the 1976 presidential election, about 90 percent of those who voted were white. In this year's election, only about 74 percent were white, an indication of the growing strength of minority voters. 在1976年的总统大选当中,有大约百分之90的投票者是白人。在今年的选举当中,白人的比率只剩下百分之74,这显示出少数族裔选民的成长。Exit polls show Obama won roughly two-thirds of the Hispanic vote, a growing force with the U.S. electorate. 对投票后选民的调查显示,奥巴马赢得大约三分之二的拉美裔选票。拉美裔是美国选民结构当中一股正在增强的力量。Obama also scored huge victory margins with African-American voters and Asian-Americans.Norman Ornstein, political scholar at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, told VOA's Press Conference USA program that Obama's success with minority voters bodes well for the Democratic Party in the future.  诺曼.奥恩斯坦是在华盛顿的“美国企业研究所”的政治学者。奥恩斯坦在美国之音的“美国记者会”节目上说,奥巴马在少数族裔当中的成功,预告了民主党的美好未来。"Hispanics have moved up to be about eight percent [of the electorate] and Asian-Americans about six percent," he said. "And it turns out that all three groups [including African-Americans] are voting very substantially for Democrats. If that continues, given what we know about our population trends, we are going to have a problem for Republicans. And it is a problem that, let's face it, on the Hispanic front was exacerbated by some of the rhetoric on the immigration issue." 他说:“拉美裔选民目前已经上升到选民总数的百分之八,亚裔也上升到百分之六。这次选举的结果是,包括非洲裔、拉美裔和亚裔在内的三个少数族裔,大多数投的都是民主党的票。如果这个趋势继续下去的话,再加上我们已知的美国人口构成的走向,共和党将来肯定会有问题的。对拉美裔来讲,坦率地说,共和党在移民问题上的立场,是一大问题。”Ornstein says that Obama also overwhelmingly won younger voters, giving the Democrats another advantage as they look ahead to future elections. 奥恩斯坦表示,绝大多数年青选民,也把票投给了奥巴马;这样一来,民主党的前景就很可观。"But these younger voters voted en masse for Barack Obama," he said. "And if you are looking to the future, if you capture younger voters and you can hold them at all, there is a chance that you will capture them for a lifetime. That is the best way to build an enduring majority party."Some Democrats see Obama's sweeping victory as a left of center political mandate for the party, given the party's expanded majorities in Congress as well. 这次奥巴马大胜、而且民主党在国会里的多数党地位也更加牢固,一些民主党人认为,民主党下一步的政策方向应该是中间偏左。"I think it is a mandate that the political class in this country has an obligation to young people in this country to stop fighting over stuff that might have been a big issue 25 years ago, but it isn't any more," he said. "There are a lot of things that have to be done here." 民主党全国委员会主席迪恩说:“全国上下的政界人士都应该意识到,25年前争执不休的一些问题,对现在的年轻人来说,已经不是问题了,也不应该再争了。眼下要做的事有很多。”Predictably, most Republicans scoff at the notion that Obama and the Democrats have won a political mandate."What has changed since 2004 is not the national philosophy, but the national mood," said Mike Duncan, chairman of the Republican National Committee. "President-elect Obama leads a center-left party. But he now must govern a center-right nation." 邓肯是共和党全国委员会的主席。他说:“2004年以后,我们所目睹的变化不是美国社会思想的变化,而是人们情绪上的一种变化。新当选的总统奥巴马所领导的是一个中间偏左的政党,他面临的挑战是,必须要领导一个中间偏右的国家。”Obama also did better with white voters, religious voters, especially Catholics, and suburban voters than Democrat John Kerry did four years ago. He also demonstrated an ability to attract support from upscale college-educated voters. 和民主党2004年推举出来的总统候选人约翰·克里相比,奥巴马这次在白人选民、信奉宗教的选民、尤其是天主教徒、以及那些住在大城市周围的选民当中,都获得了更多的选票。与此同时,受过高等教育的阶层,这次也都大力持奥巴马。Winning over moderate suburbanites helped Obama win southern states like Florida, Virginia and North Carolina, and competitive states in the Midwest like Ohio and Indiana. 奥巴马在大城市周围那些温和派选民当中的持率,这次帮助他赢得了美国南部和中西部一些关键州的选票,这其中包括佛罗里达、维吉尼亚、北卡罗来纳、俄亥俄、以及印第安纳。200811/55627荆州市小腿减肥多少钱武汉/韩城辰整形医院注射隆鼻好不好

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