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成都恩齐国际纹绣专家学院电话地址和微信qq广汉市纹绣整形培训Sri Lanka Expelling Senior UN Official斯里兰卡政府驱逐联合国官员  Sri Lanka's government is ordering the spokesman for the U.N. Children's Fund to leave the country. Our correspondent reports the expulsion stems from comments by the official that appeared in the international media in recent months.斯里兰卡政府下令联合国儿童基金会发言人离境。这位发言人因最近几个月在国际媒体上发表的而被驱逐。The ed Nations confirms the spokesman for UNICEF in Sri Lanka has been ordered to leave for what the government says were adverse remarks he made. 联合国实,联合国儿童基金会驻斯里兰卡发言人艾尔德已经接到令他离境的通知,因为,斯里兰卡政府说,他发表了有害的言论。The visa for James Elder, an Australian, has been canceled effective Monday (Sept. 7), but officials say after an appeal from the ed Nations he will be allowed to stay there under September 21. 詹姆士.艾尔德是澳大利亚人,他在斯里兰卡的签被取消,于9月7日生效。但是有关官员说,在联合国提出申诉后,艾尔德被获准在斯里兰卡停留到9月21日。Such an expulsion involving the ed Nations is unusual, according to UNICEF regional communications chief Sarah Crowe. 联合国儿童基金会区域传媒负责人科洛说,涉及联合国官员的驱逐事件,十分罕见。"It is somewhat rare," said Sarah Crowe. "We do work in many sensitive parts of the world and we are in more than 140 countries. We are there, of course, at the request and the invitation of any government."“这种情况有些罕见。我们在世界很多敏感地区工作,我们的工作地点遍及140多个国家。当然,我们是应任何政府的要求和邀请而到这些国家工作的。”Sri Lanka this year tightly controlled media coverage of fighting that led to the defeat of the rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.斯里兰卡今年收紧媒体对战事的报导。泰米尔伊拉姆猛虎解放组织在战斗中被打败。The government also harshly criticized correspondents, international organizations and aid workers who it perceived of having a bias against it and sympathy for the rebels. 斯里兰卡政府严厉批评那些在他们看来对斯里兰卡政府有偏见,同情反政府武装的记者、国际组织和救援人员。Four months ago Elder spoke about what he called the "unimaginable hell" suffered by Tamil children caught in the conflict. 四个月前,艾尔德曾提到卷入冲突的泰米尔儿童蒙受“难以想像的地狱般”的处境。UNICEF's Crowe, speaking to VOA from Nepal, contends the agency did not take sides. 联合国儿童基金会的科洛从尼泊尔对美国之音说,联合国儿童基金会不偏袒任何一方。"No, I believe certainly UNICEF's voice has remained one of impartial advocacy," she said. "And we will continue to do that, no matter what the circumstances are. And that voice of impartial advocacy has to be on behalf of those who are most vulnerable and who do not have a voice." 科洛说:“我当然认为,联合国儿童基金会发出的呼声一直是公正的。无论情况如何,我们都将继续这样做。这种公正的呼声必须代表那些最弱势的人们,那些毫无发言权的人们。”During the military's final offensive to crush the rebels, UNICEF said hundreds of children had been killed in the months of battle in the north. The organization more recently has called for the government to allow unhindered access to aid workers in make-shift camps that house hundreds of thousands of Tamils, including women and children. 联合国儿童基金会说,在斯里兰卡政府军粉碎反政府武装的最后攻势中,数以百计的儿童在北部数月的交战中被打死。联合国儿童基金会最近呼吁斯里兰卡政府允许援救人员畅通无阻地进入临时难民营,那里有几十万泰米尔人,其中包括妇女和儿童。Tens of thousands of people died in the conflict, which began in 1972. Sri Lankan troops this May wiped out the rebels and killed the group's founder and leader.斯里兰卡政府军和泰米尔猛虎反政府武装之间的冲突始于1972年,在这期间有数万人死亡。斯里兰卡政府军今年5月消灭了反政府武装,并打死了该组织的创始人和领导人。09/83572成都素秀国际学校好不好 Envoys Continue Negotiations at UN on Cessation of Gaza Fighting美英法阿盟外长继续谋求加沙停火 Foreign ministers from the ed States, Britain, France and the Arab League met separately and together behind closed doors at the ed Nations Wednesday, seeking an end to nearly two weeks of deadly fighting in the Gaza Strip. After hours of talks, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told reporters that there "is still work to do" to reach a consensus. 美国、英国、法国和阿拉伯联盟各国的外交部长星期三在联合国分别或一道举行闭门会议,谋求结束在加沙地带持续了将近两个星期的流血冲突。美国国务卿赖斯对记者说,要达成共识,还有工作要做。The U.S., British and French foreign ministers said they would stay in New York for a third day to lead Western efforts at finding a cessation of hostilities between Israel and Hamas militants.  美国、英国和法国的外长们说,他们将在纽约逗留第3天,领导西方国家的努力,寻找在以色列和哈马斯激进分子之间停止敌对行动的途径。Following an evening meeting with Arab foreign ministers, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke briefly to reporters. "We believe there is still work to do. [French Foreign] Minister [Bernard] Kouchner, [British] Foreign Secretary [David] Miliband and I are extending our stays and we still believe there is work to do," she said. 美国国务卿赖斯在晚间会晤阿拉伯国家外长之后,对记者发表简短讲话说:“我们认为,还有工作要做。法国外长库什内、英国外交大臣米利班德和我将延长在纽约的停留,我们仍然认为,这里有工作要做。”Arab ministers leaving the meeting echoed her response. 阿拉伯国家的外长在离开会晤地点时也作出同样表示。The Security Council remains split over two possible responses to halt Israel's military incursion into the Gaza Strip to silence Hamas rocket attacks on southern Israel.  联合国安理会在停止以色列对加沙地带的军事进攻的两种可能选择的反应方面有分歧。以色列的进攻是为了终止哈马斯对以色列南部的火箭攻击。One option is a legally-binding U.N. resolution demanding an "immediate and permanent cease-fire" and the lifting of Israel's blockade on Gaza put forth by council-member Libya on behalf of the Arabs. The other option is a weaker, non-binding statement, drafted by France, the ed States and Britain, that emphasizes that a "durable cease-fire will require arrangements and guarantees", including preventing the smuggling of weapons to the militants and the reopening of border crossings.  一种选择是,落实具有法律效力的联合国决议,这项决议要求立即和永久停火,要求以色列停止对加沙的封锁。这项决议的发起国是安理会理事国利比亚,它是代表阿拉伯国家发起这一决议的。另一个选择是一项经过软化的、不具有法律效力的声明。这个声明是法国、美国和英国起草的。该声明强调“持久的停火将要求作出一些安排和保”。包括防止向激进分子走私武器,重新开放过境点。French Ambassador Jean-Maurice Ripert, whose country holds the council's rotating presidency this month, said all 15 members want to work toward a unanimous position but they are not there yet. "There is no unanimity today on either of those texts and because we want to go forward in a common approach we have decided to continue our talks and negotiations." 法国是本月安理会的轮值主席。法国大使里佩尔说,安理会15个成员国都希望达成一致立场,但是他们还没有做到这一点。他说:“今天,在两种决议的文字上都还没有达成一致立场。因为我们希望以共同的立场向前迈进。我们决定继续对话和谈判。”Diplomats close to the discussions say there is some convergence on the substance, but not yet on the form it will take. 据接近相关讨论的外交官说,各国在决议的实质内容上有一些共同点。但是在决议的形式上还有分歧。Meanwhile, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has put forth his own initiative, offering to mediate between the Israeli and Palestinian sides in Cairo as soon as possible. 同时,埃及总统穆巴拉克提出了他自己的建议,他提出尽快在开罗举行多方会谈,由埃及在以色列和巴勒斯坦人之间进行斡旋。But Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit told reporters that Israel has so far only agreed to send a high-level technical team to Cairo. "They [the Israelis] have been indicating willingness or that it is a positive step. But there is not yet a clear cut recognition and acceptance," he said. 但是埃及外长盖特对记者说,到目前为止以色列只同意派遣一个高层技术小组去开罗。他说:“以色列暗示,它愿意来谈判,或者说,这是一种可能性。但是它还没有明确承认和接受这一点。”The ed States, Britain, France and the Arab ministers will resume their negotiations Thursday morning. 美国、英国、法国和阿拉伯各国的部长们将在星期四上午再次会谈。01/60728Mobile telecoms in America美国移动通讯业An audacious merger with a poor reception(注1)联姻大胆,反响不佳ATamp;T’s ambitious bid to reshape America’s wireless market has spooked rivals. But it faces significant hurdlesATamp;T的竞标雄心勃勃,意在重塑美国无线通讯市场,竞争对手惊慌失措。但并购也面临重大阻碍PEOPLE who enjoy poking fun at the patchy quality of ATamp;T’s mobile-phone network in America were provided with some fresh comedy material this week. “So, ATamp;T and T-Mobile are getting married. You’re all invited. But there will be no reception afterwards,” tweeted one wag after news emerged on March 20th that ATamp;T had bid a breathtaking billion for T-Mobile USA, a smaller wireless operator owned by Germany’s Deutsche Telekom.在美国,ATamp;T移动电话网络质量不稳常遭人取笑,那些以此为乐的人,本周有了新鲜笑料。3月20日,ATamp;T以390亿美元的惊人出价,竞购德国Deutsche Telekom公司旗下的小型无线通讯运营商T-Mobile USA,新闻曝光后,一条段子在Twitter上风传:“于是,ATamp;T跟T-Mobile喜结良缘。人人获邀出席。但之后却无人设宴,也无人赴宴。”Amusing as this is, the deal itself is no laughing matter. On the contrary, the proposed merger, which needs the approval of antitrust and telecoms regulators, has sparked a good deal of controversy over whether it will be good or bad for American consumers. Some members of Congress have called for a thorough review of the transaction and consumer groups have been quick to condemn it.段子很有趣,但交易本身却非笑料。相反,这桩须获反垄断机构及通讯监管机构批准的并购提案,引发了多场论战,争论此次交易对美国消费者是利是弊。一些国会议员呼吁全面评估这桩交易,而多个消费者团体迅速予以谴责。Their concern is hardly surprising. America’s four largest mobile-phone operators—ATamp;T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile USA and Sprint Nextel—aly account for 82% of the national market. Assuming the transaction goes ahead as planned, ATamp;T would add T-Mobile’s 34m customers to the 96m that it had at the end of 2010, propelling it well ahead of Verizon, its main rival.他们如此关注,并不足为奇。美国四大移动电话运营商——ATamp;T、Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile USA及Sprint Nextel,已占全美无线通讯市场的82%。去年底,ATamp;T用户达9600万,倘若交易如期进行,T-Mobile的3400万用户也收归帐下,ATamp;T就将大大领先其主要竞争对手Verizon。Critics of the deal, which ATamp;T hopes to complete within 12 months, say it will undermine efforts made many years ago to inject more competition into America’s telecoms industry. In the mid-1970s the government started investigating ATamp;T’s dominant position in fixed-line telephones, which led to the break up in 1984 of “Ma Bell” into eight pieces. Could the bid for T-Mobile be a sign that monopoly Ma is trying to return from her grave?ATamp;T希望此事一年搞定,但批评人士称,这将破坏多年前为促进美国通讯业竞争而作出的种种努力。上世纪七十年代中期,政府开始调查ATamp;T在固定电话业务上的主导地位,导致“贝尔大妈”在1984年被大卸八块。而今年这起竞购,会成为“大妈”试图起死回生的一个标志吗?201104/132568成都/首秀美容培训学校韩式半永久纹眉定妆培训

成都/素绣半永久国际纹绣学校做半永久韩式眉多少钱Each year, scientists work to develop a unique influenza vaccine to protect people against the strain expected in the coming flu season. Mutations in the virus mean that last year's vaccine probably won't protect against this year's flu variety. Now, a team of U.S. scientists think they're on track to developing a "universal" vaccine that will protect people against all kinds of influenza.The standard flu vaccine causes the body to produces antibodies, which target parts of the virus that frequently mutate. But in a new study, researchers used a vaccine aimed at a different part of the virus."There are parts of the flu virus that could be the target of what we would hope eventually could be a universal influenza vaccine," said Gary Nabel, who heads the U.S. government's Vaccine Research Center at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health and was the study's lead author."They don't mutate, and the reason they don't mutate is that if they try to, the virus can't survive if you have mutations in these sites."To get at these non-mutating parts of the virus, Nabel and his colleagues used a two-step vaccination process, called "prime-boost." The first step uses a bit of influenza DNA to get the patient's immune system to begin fighting off the flu, and then the protection is given a "boost" some time later by the second step, which can be either another bit of DNA or a conventional flu vaccine.In his paper, which was published online by the journal Science, Nabel describes the results of animal tests in ferrets and mice using the 1999 vaccine for the boost."The antibodies that we were able to elicit could neutralize [varieties of flu virus] as far back as 1934 and as recently as 2007. So it really gave a broad coverage against a range of seasonal viruses that wouldn't be covered by the traditional flu vaccine," he said.Preliminary phase one tests of this new type of flu vaccine have aly started in humans, but in an interview, Nabel said that even if all goes well, it will still be years before a universal flu vaccine is widely available."So it's certainly not going to be with us in anything less than three years, and I think it's more likely that we're in a five to ten year time frame."Gary Nabel of the U.S. Vaccine Research Center points out that his universal flu vaccine would have another benefit. A DNA-based vaccine wouldn't have to be grown in chicken eggs, doing away with the time-consuming and finicky manufacturing process of the current flu vaccine.  每年,科学家们都根据下一个流感季节的流感类型预测来研发一种专门的流感疫苗。流感病毒不断发生变异,去年的流感疫苗很可能无法对抗今年的流感类型。现在,一些美国科学家正在研发一种广谱疫苗,帮助人们预防任何类型的流感。 典型的疫苗可以促使人体产生抗体,抵御病毒经常发生变异的那部分。现在,在一项新的研究中,研究人员使用了一种针对病毒不同部分的疫苗。 美国国家卫生院所属国家过敏及传染病研究所的疫苗研究中心主任盖瑞·内伯尔说:“流感病毒中有些部分是我们的突破口,我们希望最终能够研发出一种广谱疫苗。病毒的这部分不会变异。” 为了在病毒中分离这种“非变异”成分,内伯尔和他的同事们使用一个两步接种过程。第一步是使用少量流感NDA,使病患的免疫系统开始与流感对抗。稍过一阵,再采取第二步,通过再使用少量流感DNA或者一般的流感疫苗,来加强抵御能力。 内伯尔的研究报告发表在《科学》杂志网络版上。他介绍了用1999年的疫苗在白鼬和老鼠身上进行试验的结果。 “我们分离出来的抗体,能够抑制1934至2007年间各种流感的病毒。因此,它的确可以作用于传统疫苗无法抑制的多种季节性流感。” 新疫苗第一阶段的初步试验已经在人体进行。但是,内伯尔表示,即使一切顺利,也还需要几年的时间,才能推广这种广谱流感疫苗。 “3年之内肯定还不行。我想大概应该是5年至10年的样子吧。” 内伯尔说,广谱流感疫苗还有另外一个好处。一种以遗传因子为基础的疫苗,不必像传统疫苗那样在鸡蛋里培养,所以避免了费时且费神的制造过程。201008/110392成都/素秀半永久纹绣机构学习韩式半永久雾眉毛多少钱 彭州市半永久化妆培训学校

达州市美丽俏佳人纹绣培训电话地址和微信qq New York has legalized same sex marriage, making it the sixth U.S state to do so. Gay rights advocates call the vote a major victory in their quest for equality.同性恋婚姻在纽约州已经取得合法化地位,这使得纽约州成为美国第六个实现同性恋婚姻合法化的州。同性恋权利保护者称,这次表决是他们追求平等的道路上取得的一次重大胜利。The New York State Senate approved the legislation Friday night by a vote of 33 to 29, as four Republican lawmakers crossed party lines and voted in favor of the bill. Governor Andrew Cuomo, who had pushed for the bill, quickly signed the legislation into law meaning, pending court challenges, same sex couples can begin legally marrying in New York in 30 days.纽约州参议院6月4日(星期五)以33票对29票的表决结果,批准了同性恋婚姻合法化的法案,其中有四名共和党议员跨越党派,投出了持票。一直在推动这项法案的纽约州长安德鲁.库默随后签署这项法案,使之成为法律。这意味着, 如果无人到法院提出诉讼,同性恋者将可以在30天后开始在纽约州合法结婚。"New York made a powerful statement, not just for the people of New York, but [also for] the people all across this nation. We reached a new level of social justice this evening," Cuomo said.库默州长说:“纽约州发出了一个强有力的声明。这不仅为了纽约州的人民,同时也是为了全国的民众。今晚,我们在社会公正方面达到了一个新的水准。”New York could become a destination for same sex couples wanting to legally marry because the state has no residency requirement for obtaining a marriage license.希望合法结婚的同性恋伴侣可能会前往纽约州结婚,因为纽约州并不要求在该州登记结婚者必须是本州居民。201106/142196遂宁美丽俏佳人化妆学校韩式定妆眉毛切眉术培训内江姚氏彩妆美容培训学校学纹绣整形平眉眉型价格

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