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2019年07月16日 08:01:15 | 作者:丽门户 | 来源:新华社
Argentina legalizes gay marriageArgentina has become the first Latin American country to legalize same-sex marriage.The move grants homosexual couples all the legal rights, responsibilities and protections that marriage gives heterosexual couples.President Cristina Fernandez is a strong supporter and the new law is expected to bring a wave of marriages.The approval came despite a concerted campaign by the Roman Catholic Church and evangelical groups, which drew 60,000 people to march on Congress and urged parents in churches and schools to work against passage.Nine homosexual couples have aly married in Argentina after persuading judges that Argentina's constitutional mandate of equality supports their marriage rights, but some of these marriages were later declared invalid.The debate stretched on for nearly 16 hours."Marriage between a man and a woman has existed for centuries, and is essential for the perpetuation of the species," insisted Senator Juan Perez Alsina, who is usually a loyal supporter of the president but gave a passionate speech against legalizing same-sex marriage.However, Senator Norma Morandini, another member of the president's party, compared the discrimination closeted gays face to the oppression imposed by Argentina's dictators decades ago. "What defines us is our humanity, and what runs against humanity is intolerance."Same-sex civil unions have been legalized in Uruguay, Buenos Aires and some states in Mexico and Brazil. But Argentina now becomes the first country in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide. Homosexual couples who marry will now get many more rights than civil unions, including adopting children and inheriting wealth.Vocabulary:evangelical: pertaining to or in keeping with the gospel and its teachings(基督教福音派的)kickstart: to help a process or project start more quickly(促使……开始,使尽快启动)背单词 — 装英语词汇201007/109253Asia Pacific Travel Industry Sees Recovery By End of Year亚太旅游协会:今年会有复苏迹象 The top travel industry group in Asia expects a modest recovery in travel to the region late this year, despite the global financial downturn. Travel analysts say the industry faces business closures as part of the economic rebound. 亚洲一个航运业机构预计,尽管全球金融系统萎靡不振,今年亚洲地区的航运业务还是会出现适度的恢复。航运业分析师认为,这个行业将面临商家破产和部分业务开始复苏并存的局面。The Pacific Asia Travel Association says the industry in the Asia-Pacific region could show signs of recovery by the end of . 亚太旅游协会表示,亚太地区的航运业可能会在年年底之前出现一些复苏的迹象。A new PATA report says in Southeast Asia, international arrivals will grow to almost 77 million by 2011, up from more than 62 million in 2007. 该协会发布的一份新报告说,东南亚地区的国际游客数量将会在2011年达到7700万。2007年的数量是6200万。Travel agents, hotels and airlines have faced tough times, with visitor arrivals to the Asia-Pacific region falling nearly three percent in late 2008. Destinations such as Thailand, Cambodia and Hong Kong, heavily dependent on tourism, have particularly suffered. 2008年下半年,到达亚太地区的航空游客数量减少了约三个百分点,旅行社、酒店和航空公司的日子都很不好过。泰国、柬埔寨、香港等高度依赖旅游业的地方遭受的损失特别严重。PATA's strategic intelligence director, John Koldowski says the association sees late as a "turning point" for the regional travel industry. 亚太旅游协会战略情报部门负责人约翰·科尔多斯基(John Koldowski)说,该协会认为年年底将是这个地区旅游业的一个转折点。"We believe that we might see signs of [recovery] that happening towards the end of the third quarter of this year, quite possibly the fourth quarter, but we are probably talking first and second quarter of [20] 10 before we can start to see some of that movement that is consistent," said John Koldowski. 科尔多斯基:“我们认为,我们可能会在今年第三季度结束的时候,也很可能是在第四季度看到复苏的迹象。不过,我们要开始看到这个行业好转的势头能够持续下来可能会是在明年第一或者第二季度。”But, he warns, the hard times are not over yet. 不过,科尔多斯基警告说,艰难的日子还没有过去。National tourism organizations in the region have countered the slump with new advertising. Promotions by South Korea lifted arrivals by 25 percent in January and February. Similar promotions underpinned the industry in Taiwan and India. But arrivals to China, Thailand and Japan all declined.  这个地区的各国的旅游机构通过加大广告力度来减小业务下滑的势头。韩国的促销活动把一、二月份的国际游客数量提高了25%。台湾和印度采取的类似措施也对各自的航空旅游业产生了一定的积极效果。不过,中国、泰国和日本的国际游客普遍减少了。The International Aviation Transport Association says global passenger traffic will contract by two percent this year, but recover in 2010.  国际航空运输协会预测,全球的客运今年会下降两个百分点,但到2010年会有所复苏。In 2008, airlines suffered an overall loss of nearly .5 billion, but the loss is expected to shrink this year to about billion. 2008年,航空公司总体亏损近85亿美元,不过,今年亏损幅度可望减少到50亿美元。Koldowski says he expects the travel industry to face major structural changes as it recovers. Some airlines, hotel chains and other businesses may fail or have to change their operating practices. 科尔多斯基说,他估计,航运业在复苏的时候可能会出现重大的结构调整。某些航空公司、连锁酒店和其它的一些业务不是破产,就是要改变自己的运营方式。"The industry will come through it but it will be a radically different industry," he said. "The aviation sector could be very, very different in its guise. However, I think we will come through it but not all businesses will survive." 科尔多斯基:“这个行业会渡过难关的,但是整个行业的面貌会跟过去有很大的不同。航运业看上去将非常、非常不一样。但是,我认为我们会渡过难关的,但并不是所有的公司都能生存下来。”By 2008, tourist arrivals to the Asia Pacific region had nearly doubled, to 385 million, from a decade earlier. During the same period, global travel rose by one third. 截至到2008年,亚太地区的旅游人数达到3.85亿人,几乎比10年前翻了一番。同期,全球的旅游人数增加了1/3。04/66241Barack Hussein Obama Becomes 44th US President美国新总统:承担责任果敢行动 Barack Obama has become the 44th President of the ed States, taking the oath of office on the steps of the U.S. Capitol before a crowd of more than one million people who had gathered in frigid temperatures to see the first African American become president. 巴拉克.奥巴马就任美国第44任总统。奥巴马在100多万美国民众面前于美国国会大厦的台阶上宣誓就职。这些人冒着寒冷的气温在国会前亲眼目睹第一位非洲裔美国总统宣誓就职。Immediately after President Obama took the oath of office, a military color guard fired off a 21-gun salute as an enormous and diverse crowd cheered, waved American flags and chanted the new president's name. 奥巴马总统宣誓就职仪式一结束,军方仪仗队就鸣礼炮21响。成千上万不同肤色、种族、信仰的人群高声欢呼雀跃。他们挥舞着美国国旗,呼喊着新总统奥巴马的名字。In his inaugural address, Mr. Obama said he is entering the White House at a time when the nation is in the midst of crisis.  在就职演说中,奥巴马说,他走进白宫之际,美国正处在危机之中。"Our nation is at war, against a far reaching network of violence and hatred," Mr. Obama said. "Our economy is badly weakened, a consequence of greed and irresponsibility on the part of some, but also our collective failure to make hard choices and prepare the nation for a new age."  “我们的国家正在作战,我们正在同广泛的暴力和仇恨的网络进行战争。我们的经济受到严重削弱,这是一些人的贪婪和不负责任造成的后果,但同是也是我们大家未能做出艰难的选择,为美国新时代做好准备的后果。”Mr. Obama says the state of the economy requires bold action to create new jobs and end the recession. 奥巴马说,美国的经济状况需要我们采取果敢的行动,创造新的就业机会,结束经济衰退。The 47-year-old president is the son of a black Kenyan father and a white American mother. He grew up in Hawaii and Indonesia. 奥巴马现年47岁,他的父亲是一位肯尼亚黑人,母亲是一位美国白人。奥巴马在夏威夷和印度尼西亚长大。Mr. Obama held out a friendly hand to those watching his address from overseas.  奥巴马还对那些在海外观看他就职演说的人们表示致意。"And so to all other peoples and governments who are watching today, from the grandest capitals to the small village where my father was born, know that America is a friend of each nation and every man, woman and child who seeks a future of peace and dignity and we are y to lead once more," Mr. Obama said.  “希望现在在观看今天就职典礼的各国人民和政府都知道,无论他们来自雄伟的首都,还是来自我父亲出生的小村庄,美国是每个国家、每个男女、儿童的朋友。他们为未来实现和平与尊严而努力,我们则准备再次领先”。President Obama called on all Americans to accept personal responsibility for trying to solve the challenging tasks confronting the nation.  奥巴马总统呼吁所有的美国人在设法解决美国面临的具有挑战性质的任务时承担他们个人的责任。"What is required of us now is a new era of responsibility, a recognition, on the part of every American, that we have duties to ourselves, our nation and the world," Mr. Obama said. "Duties that we do not grudgingly accept, but rather seize gladly, firm in the knowledge that there is nothing so satisfying to the spirit, so defining of our character, than giving our all to a difficult task."  “我们现在需要一个勇于负责的新时代,每一个美国人都要认识到我们对自己、对国家、对世界负有责任,我们不是不情愿地接受这些责任,而是欣然接受,坚信没有什么比全力以赴完成艰难工作更能得到精神上的满足,更能展示我们的性格”。Many African American families attended the inauguration of the country's first black president. 很多非洲裔美国家庭参加了美国第一位黑人总统的就职典礼。One woman from Pennsylvania said she was overwhelmed to be taking part in the historic event.  一位来自宾州的妇女说,能参加这次历史盛会她激动不已。"I could not be happier or more proud. I am an 81-year-old black lady who has seen an awful lot in my lifetime," she said. "And never, in all my years, did I think that this day would come and one of us would be in the White House."  “我从来没有如此幸福,如此自豪。我是一名81岁的黑人老太太。我的一生目睹了许许多多的事情。但是在我毕生之年,我从来没有梦想过这一天能到来,我们黑人当中的一员将入主白宫。”Polls show many Americans are optimistic about the nation's future now that President Obama has been sworn in. Laverne Feaster, who traveled to the inauguration from Little Rock, Arkansas, says the opportunities with the new administration are endless.  民意调查显示,奥巴马总统已经宣誓就职,很多美国人对美国的未来表示乐观。费斯特来自阿肯色州的小石城。他说,新政府有无穷无尽的机会。"This country recognizes with the president we have that all of us can be anything we want to be. It is not just a few," Feaster said. "We do not have to have rich, poor. We can have everybody to be what they want to be."  “这个国家认识到,奥巴马成为总统这件事本身就表明,我们所有人只要心想就能事成。这决非是为数不多的几个人。我们不须富有,即使是穷人,每个人都能实现他们的理想愿望。”Presidential historian Allan Lichtman says President Obama will bring major changes, in both style and substance, to the White House.  总统历史学家利希特曼说,奥巴马总统将给白宫带来重大变革,无论在风格上,还是在实质内容上。"Barack Obama represents and celebrates not only the diversity of America, but the diversity of a knit-together global world," Lichtman said. "In addition, I think, so far Barack Obama has indicated that he is likely to take American foreign policy in new directions as part of this new political era."  “奥巴马代表并颂扬的不仅仅是美国的多元化,而是紧密结合的世界的多元化。另外,我认为,奥巴马已经表示,他可能要改变美国外交政策的方向,作为新政治时代的一部分。”President Obama, a Democrat, campaigned on a theme of change, inspiring millions of people both at home and abroad. 奥巴马总统是民主党人。他的竞选主题“变革”激励了数百万海内外的民众。Mr. Obama's inauguration brings to an end eight years of Republican rule under George Bush. 奥巴马的就职典礼标志着乔治.布什八年共和党执政的结束。01/61335To really know what makes a great city work,you have to ppel back its skin and expose its secret life force.A system of incredible complexity in technology of millions depend on ,but few understand.A fantastic voyage now begins a journey deep inside the worlds megacities.要真正知道什么使得这个伟大的城市工作,你必须深入剖析才能了解它的秘密。数以百万计的人依赖一个难以置信的复杂技术系统,但却很少有人知道。我们马上开始一段神奇的旅程。Its the worlds biggest city.It covers more than 1400 square kilometers.Its population density is greater than New York City,Tokyo or London.But for the nearly 18 million people who live here its not just another metropolis.Mexico City is grounds zero.On one side,one of the worlds most earthquake-prone hot spots.On another,one of the worlds most active volcanos and beneath their feet,the shaky foundation of an ancient lake bed.The mother nature,Mexico City is one big target, at any moment,the big one could heat.这是世界上最大的城市。占地面积1400多平方公里。它的人口密度远超纽约、东京或伦敦。但是这里居住的近1800万人却不把它当做另一个大都市。墨西哥城才是其原点。一方面,这里地震也最为频繁。另一方面,世界上最活跃的火山就在城市居民的脚下,这里曾是古代湖床不稳定的基石。大自然赋予墨西哥城这座伟大的城市,在任何时刻都很伟大,大到炙手可热。From the instant the alarm sounds,they have just 60 seconds to reach safety.But the children of Mexico City,this drill may seem like funny games.But for the adults,its deadly serious.In 1985 they lived through the real thing.瞬间报警声音响起,他们只有60秒的时间转移到安全的地方。但墨西哥城的孩子们却好像在玩耍一样。但是对于成年人来说,那是很严肃的问题。在1985年他们经历过真实的事情。165326

6月7日,在法国西部的圣梅尔埃格利斯举行的纪念盟军诺曼底登陆65周年活动中,法国、德国和美国的伞兵从一架军用飞机上跳下。Rather weather is deteriorated from those ceremonies earlier today when we get plenty of sunshine. Now, this is a pretty good imitation of what the soldiers, sailors and airmen must have faced 65 years ago. And D-Day mourning, it’s closed to evening in Normandy now, but in fact you can see the surf kicking out there quite a bit. It’s raining and back here on D-Day mourning there has fog, and I want to just point out the sort of difficulty that some of the servicemen had come in ashore here. This is Omaha beach, part of Omaha beach, and coming on off the beach, they had to go up these cliffs, like you can see after my left, and in fact quite steep perhaps several hundred feet tall. And at the top were German gun policemen said “trenches”, and German were able to fire down directly onto the oncoming allied soldiers. It was the kind of thing that was relived over and over again today in various parts of the beaches along here, the difficulty to come in ashore, to establish an beachhead and the amazing accomplishment those people who did it. President Barak Obama talked about that in his speech today, directly speaking to the very veterans here .Obama: You, the veterans of our landing, so why we still remember what happened on D-day. You’re why we keep coming back, for you remind us that in the end, human destiny is not determined by forces beyond our control. You remind us that our future is not shaped by mere chance or circumstance, our history has always been the sum total of the choices made and the actions taken by each individual man and woman. It has always been up to us. All in all, a very moving occasion with all four leaders, the 2 presidents and 2 prime ministers, directly addressing the men who forced their way ashore here 65 years ago.Jim Bittermann CNN from Omaha beach.06/73552

Cambodia’s ancient temples at Angkor Wat are under threat from the large numbers of tourists who are now visiting the site. There are fears that ongoing damage to the temples’ soft stone may mean they could eventually be destroyed. The temples at Angkor Wat are considered among the best surviving examples of ancient religious architecture in the world. The temples were built about a thousand years ago. And relief work on the walls tells of the many threats the ancient empire survived throughout the centuries. But today a new threat to the temples comes from mass tourism. Thousands of tourists now visit the area every day. Local restaurant owner M. believes that too many people walking on the stones are damaging the temples. “Mass tourism destroys any monuments and especially Khmer monuments for a very simple reason - the sandstone on which I sit with my nail. So imagine millions of people walking on them. ” Professor Jacque G. has been excavating in and around the ancient city for five years. He says vehicle pollution affects the stone as well. “Everybody goes at the same time to see the Bayon, everybody goes at the same time to see the Bakeng, everybody enters the city of Angkor Thom at the same spot.” Professor G. recently drew up plans for new type of tourism at Angkor Wat, but says that so far his recommendations have been ignored. “You can extend new type of tourism with the forest - a kind of ecological and archaeological tourism. New itineraries with new ways of transportation, with elephants, with bicycles - make some excavations at some points, explain to people where they are in the city. ” The authorities say they are working hard to protect the temples. Some stairways have now been boarded over and other areas are closed to tourists. But R. says that more must be done. “We need to learn from the advice-how to increase the techniques, how to put more ways, how to protect longer time, how to get people to understand especially awareness to the tourists. When they come they have to understand how to protect together.” With tourist numbers at Angkor Wat growing every year, most agree more needs to be done if the temples are to be protected for future generations.200812/59188

Arab States Press for UN Action on Gaza Conflict阿拉伯国家促以色列结束加沙攻势 Arab foreign ministers met at the ed Nations on Monday to discuss a draft resolution for the Security Council that calls for an immediate end to Israeli attacks in Gaza. 阿拉伯各国外长星期一聚集在纽约的联合国总部,讨论将递交给安理会的一份决议草案。决议草案要求立即结束以色列对加沙地带的攻击。Arab leaders met with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as well as with representatives of the Security Council on Monday to discuss the text for a draft resolution that they hope to present to the 15-member council on Tuesday.  阿拉伯国家的领导人星期一与联合国秘书长潘基文以及安理会成员国的代表召开了会议,讨论了决议草案的内容。他们希望能够在星期二将草案呈交给拥有15个成员国的安理会。Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki said the proposed resolution calls for a permanent cease-fire, international border monitors and observers, and humanitarian aid. He said he hopes there will be no U.S. objection to the latest Arab draft. 巴勒斯坦权力机构外交部长马利基表示,上述草案主张巴以双方实行永久性停火,派遣边境国际检查员和观察员,以及提供人道救援。他说,希望阿拉伯各国最新出台的这份决议草案不会遭到美方的反对。Malki said he was disappointed by President-elect Barack Obama's refusal to comment on the Israeli offensive.  马利基说,他对美国候任总统奥巴马拒绝在以色列入侵加沙问题上公开表态赶到失望。"We expected him really to be open and responsive to the situation in Gaza and still, you know, we expect him to make a strong statement regarding this as soon as possible," said Riyad al-Malki. 他说:“我们原本以为他会在加沙的态势问题上能够公开发表声明,积极做出反应,但是事实并非如此。我们还是希望他能够尽快在这个问题上做出强有力的声明。”The Bush administration says it wants a cease-fire as soon as possible, but that it must be "durable". The White House says any cease-fire should deal with Hamas rocket attacks on Israel, arms smuggling and the reopening of Gaza border crossing points for relief supplies and commerce. 布什政府表示,希望能够尽快达成停火,但是必须是持久性的停火。白宫表示,任何停火协议都必须涉及哈马斯对以色列发动的火箭袭击、武器的偷运以及重新开启加沙地带的过境点,让救援物资的运输和正常的商业往来能够得以恢复。Arab League chief Amr Moussa, speaking at the ed Nations, said Arab states are insisting on a balanced resolution, but that Israel has certain responsibilities as well. 阿拉伯联盟秘书长穆萨在联合国的会议上表示,阿拉伯各国一致认为决议的内容应该是平衡的,但是以色列方面也负有一定的责任。"It cannot be to address one party, the Arab party, without seriously and decisively addressing Israel as the occupying power with a lot of obligations, legal obligations, and also what happened to the civilians in Gaza," he said. 他说:“不能只是说阿拉伯方面应该如何如何,而忽略了以色列作为占领一方的各种责任和义务,包括法律上的责任和义务,以及加沙地带的平民百姓所受到的待遇。”U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the situation in Gaza has "worsened dramatically" during the past 48 hours, and that he is worried about what further escalation of the conflict could mean for stability in the region.  联合国秘书长潘基文表示,过去48个小时里,加沙地带的形势愈加恶化了,他担心,这一轮冲突的继续升级将会影响到整个中东地区的稳定。"We must insist that Israel end this military assault, which is clearly excessive," he said. "We must insist that Hamas end immediately its rocket attacks, which are so terribly counterproductive, in addition to being completely unacceptable." 潘基文说:“我们一定要坚持以色列方面停止军事攻势,以方的攻势显然是过份的。我们同时也要坚持哈马斯方面立即停止火箭袭击,那些火箭袭击不但是完全不能容忍的,而且对局势的好转没有一点好处。”Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is expected to attend the Security Council meeting on Tuesday. An earlier draft resolution circulated last week by the Arab states was rejected by Western Security Council members who said it was "not balanced". 巴勒斯坦权力机构主席阿巴斯计划出席星期二举行的安理会会议。上个星期早些时候由阿拉伯各国提出的一份决议草案被安理会中的西方成员国所拒绝,理由是那份草案的内容缺乏“平衡”。01/60592

Scientists in Britain close to cracking chicken-egg puzzleWhat came first, the chicken or the egg? Scientists in Britain think it was probably the chicken, after using new computer technology to try and crack the age-old riddle.Researchers at the Universities of Sheffield and Warwick, in northern and central England, say the secret lies in the eggshell -- specifically the vital role played by a chicken protein in forming it.Scientists aly knew that the protein, ovocledidin-17 (OC-17), plays a part in eggshell formation, but the new technology allowed the team to demonstrate exactly how the protein makes it happen.In a computer simulation, the OC-17 protein acted as a catalyst to kickstart the formation of crystals that make up an eggshell by clamping itself on to calcium carbonate particles.The OC-17 protein then dropped off when the crystal nucleus was large enough to grow on its own, freeing up the protein to start the process again.Eggshells are created when this happens many times over within a short period of time."Understanding how chickens make eggshells is fascinating in itself but can also give clues towards designing new materials and processes," said Professor John Harding from Sheffield University, one of the authors of the research."Nature has found innovative solutions that work for all kinds of problems in materials science and technology -- we can learn a lot from them," he added.Vocabulary:play a part in: 与……有关,对……有影响kickstart: to help a process or project start more quickly(促使……开始,使尽快启动)背单词 — 装英语词汇201007/109124

England will finally win the World Cup after 44 years of pain if City boffins are to be believed.European champions Spain will be runners-up with the Netherlands winning the third place play-off, according to J.P. Morgan quantitative analysts who issued their findings on Tuesday ahead of the World Cup (June 11-July 11) kick-off.They predict world number one team Brazil will fall short in South Africa because of a tougher route through to the final than their main rivals.The quantitative analysts at J.P.Morgan used information such as FIFA ranking, historical results and its J.P.Morgan Team Strength Indicator to come up with a mathematical model to predict match results, they explained.However, they warned "this report should be taken with a pinch of salt" and that it is an exercise to "light-heartedly explain quantitative techniques and demystify the typical quant framework."The analysts usually use these kind of mathematical models to help predict stock market winners with millions of dollars hanging on their calculations.England last won football's biggest prize in 1966 when the Beatles topped the charts with Yellow Submarine and Harold Wilson was Prime Minister.In the latest official FIFA rankings, England were in eighth position and Spain were second.201006/105762

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