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上海激光去痘大概要多少钱普陀区人民医院激光除皱多少钱South Korean lawmakers on Friday voted decisively to impeach President Park Geun-hye following weeks of political scandal that gripped the nation and sparked massive anti-government demonstrations.韩国国会议员在周五投票后决定弹劾总统朴槿Park Geun-hye)。几周来这桩政治丑闻抓住了全国的注意力,并引发了大规模反政府示威抗议。Legislators in Seoul voted 234 to 56 to topple Ms Park, whose power now transfers immediately to the prime minister while the matter goes to the constitutional court for final ruling.首尔的国会议员们34票对56票赞成罢黜朴槿惠,其权力将立即移交韩国总理,此事将等待宪法法院最后裁决。The result, received joyously by crowds of demonstrators outside the National Assembly, is likely to mark an inglorious end to the political career of Ms Park, the country’s first female president and the daughter of former strong leader Park Chung-hee.该结果令韩国国会外聚集的众多示威者欢欣鼓舞,它很可能标志着朴槿惠——韩国首位女总统、前政治强人朴正Park Chung-hee)的女儿——政治生涯不光的结束。It was greeted by opposition figures as landmark in the history of South Korean democracy and the beginning of a new period in the country’s politics.反对派人士欢迎这一消息,将其看作韩国民主历史上的里程碑,以及韩国政治一个新时期的开端。“The move to impeach the President Park is the first step in the long march to recover constitutional order and restore our democracy,said Kim Kwan-young, a lawmaker with the People’s party.韩国国民之党(People’s party)议员Kim Kwan-young表示:“弹劾朴槿惠是恢复宪政秩序和重建我国民主这一长征的第一步。”The vote follows nearly two months of mass peaceful protests some swelling as large as 2m people in central Seoul, demanding Ms Park resign over an alleged influence-peddling and corruption scheme.此次弹劾投票前,韩国民众在首尔市中心举行了近两个月的大规模和平抗议,有时多达200万人。抗议民众要求涉嫌以权谋私和腐败丑闻的朴槿惠下台。Ms Park’s fate now rests with the constitutional court, which has 180 days to uphold or dismiss the impeachment motion. If it is passed by six of the court’s nine typically conservative judges, Ms Park will immediately lose her presidential immunity and may be charged by prosecutors.朴槿惠的命运现在取决于宪法法院,后者有180天时间来持或驳回弹劾动议。宪法法院的九名法官通常偏于保守,如果其中六人通过该动议,朴槿惠将立即失去总统豁免权,并可能被检察官起诉。An election would be held in 60 days with the winner assuming power immediately a dramatically reduced transition period that has worried some observers.韩国将在60天内举行选举,获胜者将立即获得权力,这样就大大缩短了一些观察人士所担心的过渡期。Ms Park, meanwhile, faces the prospect of a criminal investigation. Ms Choi, her long-time aide, has aly been indicted on a host of charges, including coercion and abuse of power, and is currently in detention.同时,朴槿惠还可能面临刑事调查。她的长期助手崔顺实(Choi Soon-sil)已遭到多项指控,包括采用胁迫手段以及滥用权力。目前崔正被拘禁。来 /201612/483167闵行区冰点脱毛多少钱 South Korean President Park Geun-hye is warning North Korea that Seoul plans to take a harder approach towards the regime if it continues work on developing a nuclear weapon.韩国总统朴槿惠警告朝鲜说,如果平壤继续发展核武器,首尔计划对朝鲜政权采取更强硬的举措。In a nationally televised address before the National Assembly Tuesday, President Park defended her decision to close the Kaesong industrial park. She repeated previous accusations that Pyongyang had siphoned the 0 million South Korean businesses pay in annual salaries to the 53,000 North Koreans employed at the park, and used it to fund their nuclear program.朴槿惠星期二在首尔在国会发表全国电视转播的讲话,为她针对朝鲜最近进行核试验及试射弹道导弹而决定关闭开城工业园区的做法提出辩护。朴槿惠再次指责平壤将每年付给该园区5000名朝鲜雇员的1亿美元用于发展核项目。Park told lawmakers since it was apparent that the current approach of diplomatic ;goodwill; with North Korea has not worked, the government would take ;strong and effective measures; to finally convince the North that its nuclear development program ;will only speed up regime collapse.;朴槿惠对韩国议员们说,既然目前对朝鲜的“善意”外交看来不起作用,韩国政府将采取“强硬而有效的举措”,最终让平壤相信,其核项目只能加速平壤政权的垮台。来 /201602/426544North Korea has released footage of a purportedly new submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) test, three days after it claimed it had successfully tested its first hydrogen bomb.在宣布成功试验首枚氢弹三天之后,朝鲜又公布了一段录像,据称该录像为新型潜射弹道导弹试验的片段。But South Korean media suggested that the footage broadcast by state Korean Central TV late on Friday was an edited compilation of the Norths third SLBM test, conducted last month in the Sea of Japan, and a different ballistic missile test from 2014.然而,韩国媒体指出,这段由朝鲜中央电视台在周五晚间播出的录像是朝鲜第三次潜射导弹试验的剪辑,该试验是上个月在日本海进行的,014年的弹道导弹试验有所不同。The undated footage shows leader Kim Jong Un, on board a military vessel in a winter coat and a fedora hat, looking on as a missile is launched vertically from underwater and ignites in mid-air. The then cuts to a rocket flying through the clouds, suggesting that the missile was able to reach such altitudes.金正恩出现在这段没有标明日期的录像中,他身着冬大衣,头戴费多拉帽,站在一艘军舰的甲板上,观看一枚导弹从水底垂直射出,在半空中点火。然后视频切到火箭飞跃云端,显示该导弹能够达到这样的高度。But South Korean media said the image of a rocket rising through the clouds was, in fact, taken from footage of a Scud missile test broadcast in 2014.但韩国媒体称,事实上火箭飞跃云端的画面是2014年播出飞毛腿导弹测试的片段。North Korea first announced in May last year that it had conducted a successful SLBM test, a claim accompanied by pictures of Mr Kim pointing at the missile as it blasted out of the water at a 45- degree angle.朝鲜在去月份首次宣布成功试验潜射弹道导弹,而金正恩手指一枚成45度角跃出水面的导弹的照片则作为声明。A second SLBM test was carried out off the south-eastern port of Wonsan last November, but this was apparently a failure as only debris from its casing was seen in the sea and no traces of the flight were detected.第二次潜射导弹试验是在去1月份,从朝鲜东南部的元山港发射,但从发射地点海域的碎片和没有检测到的飞行轨迹显示,此次试验失败了。South Korean military officials say the North is continuing to actively pursue the development of SLBMs, which would take its nuclear threat to a new level.韩国军方官员表示,朝鲜仍然在大力发展潜射导弹,这使得其核威胁上升了一个新的级别。来 /201601/421741上海复旦大学附属眼耳鼻喉科医院开双眼皮多少钱

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上海市浦东新区南汇中心医院做隆鼻手术多少钱Japan has issued a daunting challenge to Theresa May, UK prime minister, to negotiate a very soft British exit from the EU or risk seeing Japanese banks and other companies leave for the continent.日本向英国首相特里萨#8226;Theresa May)发起一项强硬挑战,要求英国谈判达成软退欧,否则就会面临日资和其他公司移师欧洲大陆的风险。Mrs May, attending her first G20 summit in China, was also warned on Sunday by Barack Obama, US president, that strong business links between his country and the UK could unravel unless Brexit was handled carefully.梅正在中国出席她的首0国集G20)峰会。周日她还受到美国总统巴拉#8226;奥巴Barack Obama)的警告:除非英国小心处理英国退欧,否则美英之间的强大经贸纽带可能瓦解。The British prime minister had been left in no doubt that Japanese and US companies invested in the UK partly as a base to reach the 500m consumers of the European single market, and that continued access was seen as vital.英国首相被明确告知,日本和美国企业投资英国的部分原因是要以英国为基地,接触欧洲单一市场亿消费者,英国能够继续进入这一市场被视为至关重要。A memo on Japan’s Brexit demands, posted on the ministry of foreign affairs website, called on Mrs May and the EU to negotiate a post-Brexit deal that safeguarded almost all of Britain’s rights in the single market.日本外务省网站张贴了阐明日本对英国退欧要求的备忘录,其中呼吁梅和欧盟谈判达成一份保障英国在单一市场几乎所有权利的后退欧协议。The memo said the UK government lured some Japanese companies to Britain on the basis that it was seen to be a gateway to Europe and suggested it had a moral obligation to honour those promises.该备忘录称,英国政府以英国被视为欧洲的门户为基础,吸引了一些日本企业到英国,暗示英国有道义责任兑现这些承诺。We strongly request that the UK will consider this fact seriously and respond in a responsible manner to minimise any harmful effects on these businesses, said the memo, setting out Japan’s position to both British and EU negotiators.我们强烈要求英国认真考虑这一事实,并以负责任的态度作出回应,尽量减少对这些企业的任何有害影响,备忘录在阐述日本对英国和欧盟双方谈判者的立场时表示。Japanese businesses with their European headquarters in the UK may decide to transfer their head-office function to continental Europe if EU laws cease to be applicable in the UK after its withdrawal, the report says.目前把欧洲总部设在英国的日本企业,可能决定把他们的总部职能转移到欧洲大陆——如果英国退欧后不再适用欧盟法律的话,该报告称。It adds that Japanese financial institutions might have to relocate their operations from the UK to existing establishments in the EU if they were to lose their right to the single passport obtained in Britain to access the single market.备忘录接着称,日本金融机构如果失去他们的单一护照(在英国落地即可进入单一市场),就可能不得不把自己的业务迁至欧盟境内的现有经营地点。Mr Obama, who met Mrs May at the G20 in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, said Britain’s exit should be negotiated so that there was minimised disruption of American investment in the UK and it did not unravel strong business ties between the two countries.奥巴马在出席于杭州举行的G20峰会期间与梅会晤。他表示,围绕英国的退出应审慎谈判,以便尽量减小美国在英投资所受的干扰,不让英国退欧瓦解美英两国间强大的经贸纽带。来 /201609/464904 Next Friday, Fifa is expected to elect a new president who isn’t keen on elections. The Bahraini royal Sheikh Salman al-Khalifa has suggested that voters agree on a single candidate before the vote, though modesty precludes him from naming a name. “If we go to election, there will be losers,he explained. Better to “have a clear indication on who will be elected The sheikh sounds like a worthy successor to Sepp Blatter. He does deny complicity in the torture of Bahraini footballers, calling the allegations “nasty lies近日国际足联(Fifa)将选出一位对选举反感的新主席。巴林皇室成员谢赫萨尔曼·阿勒哈利Sheikh Salman al-Khalifa)曾提议投票人在投票前商定一名候选人,尽管出于谦虚他不好意思说出自己的名字。“如果我们要走到选举那一步的话,就必然会有输家,”他解释说。更好的安排是“明确知道谁会当选”。这位酋长听起来像是塞普#8226;布拉Sepp Blatter)的合适接班人。他否认涉及虐待巴林球员案,称这些指控是“肮脏的谎言”。But Fifa isn’t alone. The International Association of Athletics Federations, tennis, American football, volleyball and various other sports are also sunk in scandal. Why are sports officials so embarrassing?但是,国际足联并非特例。国际田IAAF)、网球、美式足球、排球和其他很多运动也都深陷丑闻。体育官员为何如此不可救药?The history of sport divides into two eras: before TV money, and since. Pre-TV, the old white men who ran sport tended to be pompous but not greedy. From the British toffs who invented modern sport, they had copied Victorian customs: blazers, elaborate titles and bans on women. Having swallowed the Victorian notion that sport builds character, they considered themselves morally superior to governments, business and the press. They also tended to feel superior to grubby players and fans.体育的历史分为两个时代:电视转播费登台之前和之后。在电视时代之前,那些管理体育界的白人老头往往自大但并不贪婪。他们从开创了现代体育的英国纨绔子弟们传承了维多利亚时代的习俗:西装、煞有介事的头衔以及禁止女性参与。在照搬了维多利亚时期有关运动锤炼性格的理念后,他们认为自己在道德上高于政府、企业和媒体。他们还倾向于觉得自己比粗鲁的球员和球迷更高一等。Before TV, the world mostly left sports officials to their own devices. They were viewed as harmless old fools supervising children’s entertainments for no money. Nobody bothered to regulate them.在电视出现以前,这个世界基本上放任体育官员自己做主。他们被视为照看孩子们的傻老头,没有优厚收入,但也没什么害处。没人费心去监管他们。Practically the first power brokers to pretend to take them seriously were the Nazis. Sports officials were easily flattered by a regime that preached fitness and discipline. Baron Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympics, got behind Berlin. He told critics that using the Games to promote Nazism was just like Los Angeles using the 1932 Games to promote tourism. Avery Brundage (future president of the International Olympic Committee) extolled Nazism for making Germans more athletic. Jo#227;o Havelange (future president of Fifa) returned home from the Berlin Games marvelling at Nazi organisational skills. As late as , Bernie Ecclestone, boss of Formula One, was praising Hitler’s ability to “get things done (Ecclestone later refined this by saying he only meant Hitler until 1938.)差不多第一批假装重视体育官员的权力掮客是纳粹。提倡健身和纪律的政权很容易赢得体育官员的好感。现代奥运会的创始人皮埃#8226;#8226;顾拜Pierre de Coubertin)当年持柏林。他向批评者表示,利用奥运会来推广纳粹主义,与洛杉矶利932年奥运会推广旅游没什么差别。后来出任国际奥委会(IOC)主席的埃弗里#8226;布伦戴奇(Avery Brundage),当时赞赏纳粹主义使德国人的体格更强健。后来出任国际足联主席的若昂#8226;阿维兰热(Jo#227;o Havelange)在从柏林奥运会回国后惊叹于纳粹的组织能力。直009年,一级方程式赛车(Formula One,F1)的老板伯尼#8226;埃克尔斯Bernie Ecclestone)仍在赞美希特勒的实干能力。(埃克尔斯通后来解释称,他只是938年以前的希特勒。)Most sports officials eventually dropped Nazism but they continued to marinate in Victorian pomposity. When the B journalist David Davies took a job at the English Football Association in 1994, he found that entering FA headquarters was like “stepping back into 1894 A fading portrait of the Queen, painted when she was very young, stared down On rather dusty shelves stood silver trophies from bizarre places around the world, some of which no longer existed.”多数体育官员最终放弃了纳粹主义,但是他们仍然沉浸在维多利亚式的浮华之中994年当英国广播公司(B)的记者大#8226;戴斯(David Davies)加入英格兰足球总会(English Football Association)时,他发现进入总部就像是“回894年……一幅褪了色的女王画像——画于她非常年轻的时候——俯视着一切……落满灰尘的架子上放着来自世界各地奇怪角落——有些地方甚至已经不存在了——的银色奖杯。”But TV changed sport. For a start, it inflated its importance. Where once only Hitler had bothered to flatter sports officials, in the TV age all politicians did: just look at the photograph of President Obama in the White House cooing over the soccer shirts that Blatter and Trinidad’s Jack Warner (both now banned from football) had brought him for his daughters.但是,电视改变了体育。首先,电视使体育的重要性大幅膨胀。曾经只有希特勒费心捧高那些体育官员,但是在电视时代,所有政客都加入了拍马屁大军:你只要看看在白宫拍的那张照片就知道了。照片中,美国总统奥巴马对布拉特和特立尼达(Trinidad)的杰#8226;华纳(Jack Warner)——二人如今都已被驱逐出了足球界——送给他女儿的足球球衣欣喜不已。TV money especially changed sport. There was less money than there might have been, because TV executives tended to be cleverer than sports officials, but many officials felt entitled to trouser their share. After all, these men thought that they themselves embodied their sports “the football family as Blatter called Fifa.电视转播费更加明显地改变了体育。以往的钱不是很多,因为那时的电视台高管倾向于比体育官员更聪明,但许多官员认为自己有资格捞一把。毕竟,这些人认为自己代表着体育项目,就像布拉特把国际足联称为“足球家族”。The sums they trousered eventually got so large that fans and journalists complained. Sports officials were genuinely outraged. How dare young whippersnappers without blazers criticise men who had given decades of their lives to “the good of the game Surely the officials deserved to travel the world first-class, like all the other sports officials they knew? (It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his expense account depends on his not understanding it.)最终,他们捞取的利益金额大到了球迷和记者开始抱怨的程度。体育官员真的非常气愤。这些不穿西装的狂妄的年轻人,怎么敢批评那些为“体育事业”奉献了数十年的人?这些官员难道没有资格坐一等舱奔波于世界各地,就像他们认识的其他体育官员一样吗?(当一个人的报销账目取决于他什么都不懂时,你很难让他搞懂任何事。)Happily for sports officials, they were free to ignore the world. Most global sports federations were based in discreet Switzerland, where they enjoyed a degree of “self-regulationthat bankers just dreamt of. And so the officials dismissed criticism. Almost refreshingly, they never bothered learning the modern corporate language of PR, which is why Blatter kept coming up with howlers like advising women footballers to wear “tighter shorts对于体育官员来说,好在他们可以固守自己的独立王国,忽视整个世界。全球多数体育联合会的总部设在谨慎低调的瑞士,他们在那里享受着家们只能梦想的“自我监管”。于是,官员们对批评声置之不理。近乎令人耳目一新的是,他们从不费心学习现代企业公关套话。这就是布拉特为何不断语出惊人,比如建议女足球员穿着“更紧身的短裤”。Even today, sport’s ideology remains: world, keep out. Only last October, Paquerette Girard Zappelli, the IOC’s chief ethics and compliance officer, issued the ritual warning to leave sport alone, telling the Play the Game conference in Denmark: “When you speak about interference of governments into the National Olympic Committees, this is absolutely key: this must not be!(The official language of sports officialdom is bureaucratic Globish.)即使在今天,体育界的观念仍然是:世界,别插手我们的事情。就在去0月,国际奥委会的首席道德与合规官帕格莱特·吉拉德·扎培利(Paquerette Girard Zappelli)还在发出例行警告,要求不要干预体育。她在丹麦的Play the Game大会上称:“当你谈论政府干预国家奥委会时,这一点绝对关键:这绝对不行!”(体育官员的官方语言是典型的官僚用语。)But now sport has entered a new era: government control. “Self-regulationhas simply got too embarrassing. The dawn raids by fraud investigators on football officials in Zurich last May marked a turning point. The American and Swiss justice systems continue to dig into Fifa. Switzerland is tightening its laws for sports federations. In response, even Fifa is doing something about its corporate governance. One day, sports federations might be as clean as corporations. That sounds like damning with faint praise but, in fact, it would be a step forward.但是,现在体育进入了一个全新时代:政府控制。“自我监管”简直到了让人情何以堪的地步。去月,欺诈调查人员对苏黎世的足球官员发起的黎明突袭标志着一个转折点。美国和瑞士司法机关继续深挖国际足联的问题。瑞士正在收紧适用体育联合会的法律。作为回应,甚至连国际足联也在进行某种程度的企业治理。未来,体育协会或许会像企业一样干净透明。这听起来像是反讽,但事实上,这将是进步。来 /201603/429145上海市第六人民医院 做红色胎记手术多少钱浦东新区南汇中心医院纹眉价格费用



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