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US Navy Captures More Pirates, May Take Them to Kenya美海军索马里海域抓获海盗嫌疑人  The U.S. Navy has captured nine more suspected pirates off the coast of Somalia, after they allegedly tried to board an Indian commercial ship. The same American ship took seven other men into custody Wednesday.美国海军在索马里海域抓获了九名海盗嫌疑人,此前这些海盗嫌疑人被控企图登上一艘印度商船。美国海军同一艘舰艇星期三还扣押了另外七人。Thursday's incident started when the USS Vella Gulf received a distress call from the Indian merchant ship, Premdivya. The ship said it had been fired on by men in a small boat, who were trying to board it. The crew of the Indian ship detached the ladders the attackers were using, stopping them temporarily. Meanwhile, the American warship dispatched a helicopter.星期四一艘遇险的印度商船来电向美国军舰“维拉湾”求援。这艘船说,一艘小船上的人向他们开火,并企图登上他们的商船。印度船员们切断了袭击者攀登的舷梯,暂时制止了他们的行动。与此同时,美国战舰派出了一架直升飞机。Pentagon Spokesman Bryan Whitman says the attackers fled, and ignored warnings to stop broadcast from the helicopter, so the crew fired two warning shots near the small boat. When it finally stopped, the Vella Gulf and another U.S. ship moved in and sent a boarding party to the pirates' boat, where they found weapons including a rocket-propelled grenade launcher.五角大楼发言人怀特曼说,袭击者没有听从直升飞机要他们停止行动的广播警告,并开始逃离,因此机组人员向小船放了两,予以警告。小船最终停了下来,维拉湾号舰艇和其他美国军舰来到了现场,派人登上海盗船,在船上发现了武器,包括火箭推进手榴弹发射器。Whitman says the men were taken into custody and will be transferred to another ship, the USS Lewis and Clark, for detention while the incident is investigated.怀特曼说,这些人被收押并将被送往“路易斯和克拉克号”军舰,在对该事件进行调查时调查期间对他们进行拘留。"They are going to be remaining on Lewis and Clark until we have had an opportunity to collect the necessary evidence, evaluate it and make a decision regarding further transfer," he said.他说:“这些人将被拘留在路易斯和克拉克军舰上,直到我们有机会收集到了必要据、加以评估并就他们的进一步移交作出决定。”The ed States recently signed an agreement with Kenya for the prosecution of alleged pirates. That led U.S. Navy ships in the area to take a more aggressive approach, capturing and holding suspected pirates, rather than simply releasing them. Whitman says the 16 men now in U.S. custody will likely be the first to try the new system.美国最近和肯尼亚就海盗嫌疑人的起诉问题签署了协议,这导致美国海军舰艇在这个区域可以采取更为大胆的行动,捉拿并扣押海盗嫌疑人,而不是简单地释放他们。怀特曼说,这16名美国扣押的嫌疑人将可能是第一批对其试用新体制的人。"Once we have been able to satisfy our information needs, collect the necessary evidence that we have, we will be looking to turn these individuals over to appropriate legal authorities for them to address their activity," he said. 他说:“一旦我们的信息需求得到满足,收集到我们掌握的必要据,我们就会着手将这些人送给恰当的司法当局,让他们对自己的行动作出说明。”Whitman says this is also an opportunity to work out final details with Kenyan authorities for the transfer and detention of suspected pirates.怀特曼说,这也是一次机会让我们和肯尼亚当局就转交和拘留这些海盗嫌疑人作出最终的详细安排。Pirates are currently holding several ships in the Gulf of Aden area, following a sharp increase in such hijackings last year. 海盗目前在亚丁湾还劫持着几艘船只,这种船只劫持事件去年明显上升。Last week, after receiving a ransom, pirates released a Ukrainian-flagged ship loaded with tanks and other military equipment after holding it for 19 weeks. The ship, with its freed crewmembers, has arrived in the Kenyan port of Mombassa.上个星期,海盗得到了一笔赎金以后释放了一艘被扣押了19个星期的满载坦克和军用装备的乌克兰船只。这艘船上的船员得到自由,已经将船停靠在肯尼亚港口蒙巴萨。In keeping with a U.N. Security Council resolution, the U.S. Navy has recently increased its patrols in the region, in an effort to deter the pirates, who come out of chaotic and poverty-stricken Somalia. Warships from several other nations are also patrolling in the area.根据联合国安理会作出的决议案,美国海军最近已经增加了在该地区的巡逻,以便对海盗形成威慑力量,这些海匪都来自兵荒马乱又贫困交加的索马里。来自其他国家的一些战舰也在这个海域巡逻。02/62292长乐做无痛人流的手术价格Making 'green' cheese in Wisconsin By converting cow manure into methane gas, the Crave Brothers have found a "greener" way to power their Wisconsin dairy farmOur 'Making a Difference' report tonight is how Brothers are going green, a little bit at a time, by transforming an American tradition. Here is N’s Roger O’Neil down on the farm in Wisconsin. Making fine Wisconsin cheese drives the economic engine of the Crave Brothers’ farm. But electricity turns the motor of their milk engines. With 6 thousand dollar a month utilities bills, the brothers forward decided to make their own power, from something Charles, the idea brother, knew they had an endless supplier--Manure. I have been dreaming of this for 25 or 30 years, and I set an interest in trying to do things better than what has been done in the past. 5 years ago when the Crave Brothers decided to turn the dairy farm into a cheese factory, more than a few thought they have bitten off more than they could chew. But Brothers say it was a leap of faith then, like now, turning manure into electricity. What looks like a giant crock pot is now converting the cows’ waste into methane gas, which generates enough electricity to power the farm and an extra 120 of their neighbors’ homes. George is the Brothers’ visionary. It takes a little bit of stretch, a little bit imagination. As we milk more cows, we will be able to power a lot more homes, and it will be good for everyone in our community. And what’s left after the manure makes methane gas is a new odor-free potting soil and a new liquid fertilizer the Craves put on their fields. Mark, the baby brother, says utilizing all of the farm waste just make sense. I don’t even look at myself as an active environmentalist. It is what I do. It all pulls together increased productivity, better conservation for the soil and the water.Brothers responsible to each other, their community and the changing the future through innovation. One bowl of Mozzarella at a time. Roger O’Neil, N news, Waterloo, Wisconsin. 01/61255玉田镇妇幼保健院介绍Being a 'bad' patient CNN's Elizabeth Cohen talks with "Sex and the City" actor Evan Handler about his battle with cancer. Well, he was of the special men among the women of “Sex and the City”. But actor Evan Handler has a winning role off the screen as well--he’s trying to change the way the hospitals do business and CNN medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen explains in today’s “Empowered Patient” segment.For fans of “Sex and the City”, Evan Handler is Harry Goldenblatt. “Charlotte York, will you marry me?”What people don’t know is along with acting, Handler has another passion—patient empowerment. For him, it’s personal. When he was 24, Handler was diagnosed with leukemia. Doctors told him he would likely die. Handler believes he’s alive today because of some truly excellent doctors, but also because he was a royal pain in the neck.I was considered to be difficult and I was pretty rigorous about checking everything all the time.For example, once he looked at his IV bag and noticed another patient’s name.So I rang the call bell for the nurse and got the very common response of, “what is it, Evan? We are on a lunch break.” And I said, “Well actually, the drug that’s running into my vein has someone else’s name on it.” And there was a pause. And they said, “Someone will be right there.”And he says this was just the beginning. Infections were allowed to fester. Safety precautions were ignored. So what are his tips for dealing with an imperfect healthcare system? Handler’s first word of advice—when you’re seriously ill, bring someone with you to the doctor’s office or hospital.It’s really really tough to keep your eyes on everything by yourself. Also about the drug you’re taking and don’t be afraid to speak up.Question whether it’s the best drug for the condition.Now more than 20 years later, Handler is cancer-free and writes books about what happened to him.You go in this room here… …and uses his celebrity to tell his story. I think it’s horrendous that some of things that happened to me happen and I like them not to happen to others. Elizabeth Cohen, CNN, New York.And you can more about Handler’s story by checking out Elizabeth Cohen at CNN.com/health.200810/53176Pressure is growing on Israel after its commandos raided a flotilla of aid ships that were trying to break the blockade on Gaza. The raid early Monday, in which nine activists died, has set off a wave of international criticism. But very little of that criticism is coming from people at home.Israel began sending home some of the nearly 700 pro-Palestinian activists who were aboard the six vessels.Some, like this Turkish man, spoke of the violence they witnessed when Israeli commandos came down on the main ship, a Turkish vessel, during the raid in the eastern Mediterranean.He says the commandos came down from helicopters and attacked the activists. He said the commandos first warned the activists, who had told the soldiers they were not armed.Israeli military officials point to that shows activists hitting the commandos with iron bars and chairs, and say the soldiers acted in self-defense when they opened fire. The ships are sitting at the Israeli port of Ashdod. Some of their passengers were led away in handcuffs. Authorities say those who are agreeing to expulsion are being taken to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport and flown home.  By late Tuesday, scores had been repatriated. They included American Edward Peck, a former diplomat who had served as U.S. ambassador to Mauritania. Hundreds of others remained at detention centers across Israel. Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor told VOA some could be put on trial for attacking the commandos. "Those who have been clearly identified as aggressors are being questioned by the security service and it is possible that they will be prosecuted," he said.  As international condemnation mounts, there is also some criticism at home of how the raid was carried out. Newspaper columnists and some members of the opposition questioned the legality of the operation, and whether the flotilla could have been intercepted without using force. But overall Israelis express overwhelming support for the raid. Many have little sympathy for those in the Gaza Strip, where militants have been firing rockets at Israel for several years. Some believe that lifting the blockade would be opening the door to a flow of weapons that would be used to attack Israelis.On Jerusalem's busy Ben Yehuda Street, a man says the Israeli military acted in the interest of protecting its citizens when it intercepted the flotilla. He says it was the right thing to do because there simply was no other choice. Another man says he has doubts about the methods the commandos used, and worries about the raid's effects on Israel's image overseas. "In general, it was the right thing to do, but not in the way it was done," he said. Israel has begun moving cargo from the aid flotilla to the Gaza Strip after inspecting it. Egypt announced it is temporarily lifting the blockade it has been enforcing, along with Israel, on the Gaza Strip. Tensions remained high along Israel's border with Gaza, where the Israeli military says gunfire erupted after militants crossed the border from Gaza into Israel and opened fire at soldiers. Israeli war planes struck targets in Gaza on Tuesday in response to a rocket attack.以色列开始遣返六艘船上将近七百名亲巴勒斯坦活动人士中的一部分人。其中一些人,包括这名土耳其男子,谈到了他们在这场东地中海的突袭行动中目睹的暴力行为。当时以色列突击队员登上船队的主船,那是一艘土耳其的船。他说,突击队员们从直升飞机上降落下来,袭击活动人士。他说,突击队员们首先警告活动人士,而那些活动人士已经告诉士兵们他们没有携带武器。以色列军方官员根据录像带上显示的活动人士用铁棍和椅子殴打突击队员的画面说,士兵们开是出于自卫。这些船只现在停靠在以色列的阿什杜德港。船上一部分人被戴上手铐带走。当局表示,那些同意遣返的人正被带往特拉维夫的本古里安国际机场,并将被送上回国的飞机。其他数百人仍留在以色列各地的拘留所里。以色列外交部发言人伊戈尔.帕默尔告诉美国之音,其中一些人可能会因为攻击突击队员而受到审判。他说,“那些被清楚认定为攻击者的人正在接受安全部门的审问,有可能他们会受到起诉。”在国际谴责与日俱增的同时,以色列国内对于这次突袭的行动方式也有一些批评。报纸专栏作家和一些反对派成员质疑这一行动的合法性,以及当时船队是否可以在不动用武力的情况下被拦截。但总体来说,以色列人表达了对这一突袭行动的强烈持。他们很多人对加沙地带的居民并不同情,几年来激进分子一直在那里向以色列发射火箭。一些人认为解除对加沙地带的封锁会为武器流通打开大门,而那些武器会被用来袭击以色列。在耶路撒冷繁忙的本耶胡达大街上,这名男子说,以色列军队拦截这一船队的行动是出于保护本国公民的利益。他说,这么做是对的,原因很简单,那就是别无选择。以色列在检查完援助船队上的货物之后,开始将这些货物运送到加沙地带。在以色列突击队突袭了一个装载援助物资的船队之后,以色列受到的压力越来越大。这个船队试图突破加沙地带的封锁。星期一早些时候的突袭造成九名活动人士死亡,引发了国际社会的谴责声浪,但是在以色列国内却没有受到多少批评。。201006/105379长乐比较好的妇科医院是

文武砂镇中医院网上在线咨询长乐做人工流产要多少钱Vegetable oil植物油What’s cooking?发生了什么事?Edible oils are filling fuel tanks as well as bellies食用油填饱了肚子还要灌满油箱Sep 17th 2011 | from the print edition OIL markets are full of uncertainty. Asian demand is booming and doubts abound over the ability of supply to match the world’s appetite. What goes for crude oil also applies to the stuff squeezed out of vegetable matter.石油市场变幻莫测。亚洲国家对石油的需求与日俱增,石油供应能否满足世界需求受到广泛质疑。人们对原油的贪求目光同样落在了植物性物质所压榨出的东西身上。The price of stir-frying and dressing a salad has rarely been higher. Over the past decade the price of vegetable oils has all but quadrupled. Like other commodities, prices hit records in 2008. The subsequent slump is now forgotten: prices are back close to the peaks. Glencore, the world’s biggest commodity trader, may be about to confirm the industry’s allure: rumours are flying that it is mulling an investment in KS Oils, an Indian edible-oil firm.炒菜和酱沙拉的价格一直呈高企态势。过去十年间,植物油的价格几乎翻了两翻。与其它商品一样,它的价格在2008年创造了纪录。随后的价格暴跌现已被人们淡忘:现在价格又反弹至高点附近。全球最大商品交易商(瑞士)嘉能可国际公司将向人们实该行业的吸引力有多强:坊间盛传该公司正在考虑投资印度食用油企业“KS食用油品公司”。Kona Haque of Macquarie, an Australian bank, points to two structural factors behind oil’s sizzle: China and biodiesels. A planet with more mouths to feed and deeper pockets has led to rapid growth in consumption of vegetable oils as well as grains and meat. And although the rapid surge in demand for oils in China and the rest of Asia is slowing there is still plenty of scope for more growth.澳大利亚麦格理科纳·哈克指出炙手可热的石油业背后存在着两大结构性因素:中国和生物柴油。养活全球众多人口和全球巨大财富导致了植物油、粮食及肉类消耗的快速增长。尽管中国及亚洲其它地区迅速飙升的石油需求正在放缓,但石油的需求增长空间仍然较大。In the past few years a new source of demand has emerged for vegetable oils. Biodiesel production has rapidly accelerated and now consumes over a tenth of the global vegetable-oil crop. Depending on the crude-oil price and governments’ enthusiasm for mandating biofuels it could account for as much as a fifth by 2020, according to Peter Thoenes of the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation.在过去数年间,植物油出现了一种新的用途需求。生物柴油产量快速增长,消耗了全球植物油作物总量的十分之一。联合国粮农组织彼得·梭尼斯表示,受制于原油价格波动及政府热衷于强制使用生物燃油,生物柴油对植物油作物的消耗量到2020年有望达到五分之一。201109/154471Obama answers iReporter Pres. Obama answers a question from iReporter Guy Watson. I've received a lot of questions from CNN, iReporter, so went to our website, they wanna ask you question directly. This one was from Guy Watson in Albuquerque. My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks, without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of, foreclosing homes. You hear that a lot. I do. And I think it's important to understand, first of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. I actually think it was the right thing to do in a crisis we had to make sure that you didn't have a complete meltdown, which would have been even worse. And I've said in the past I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that. Once we got them in a place where they were not longer in crisis, the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that there weren’t as many strings attached as we have liked, and so what we've tried to is to create some structures after the effect, that would impose more accountability, more discipline. You known the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay. But it's always hard to do, particularly when a lot of these banks now get well and then just pay the money back and so we now not longer have leverage. This is why I think it's so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, make sure that they are not getting gouged, make sure that there is a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting. In the meantime, just on an emergency basis, we are tying to do everything we can to poke, prod, incentivize banks to help responsible homeowners who through no fault of their own are finding very tough for them to pay for their mortgage, to make sure that businesses are getting loans. We've massively expanded small businesses lending through the SBA. Those are all steps we've taken, but look, I understand people's frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough year, and you know, my job as president is to help navigate through this tough year. And you know people who don't have a job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I've been mad too, and they expect me to do something about it. And you know, my job is to within the institutional constraints that I have and the resources constraints that we have because we also inherited a structural deficits of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.SBA Small Business Administration 小型企业12/90911长乐市妇幼保健医院专家在线提问China's cultural heritage authority has opposed the auction this month of two Chinese relics looted from the Beijing Imperial Summer Palace almost 150 years ago.The two artefacts, a Qing Dynasty bronze rabbit head and a bronze rat head, will be auctioned by Christie's in Paris from Feb. 23 to 25 and are expected to fetch between 10 and 13 million dollars each.The two sculptures were originally housed in Yuanmingyuan, Beijing's Imperial Summer Palace. They were stolen when the palace was burnt down by Anglo-French allied forces during the Second Opium War in 1860.They currently belong to the Pierre Berge-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation and were put up for auction by Pierre Berge. Zhang Jianxin, deputy director of the museum department with the State Administration of Cultural Heritage, says the Christie's auction is unacceptable and China should not be asked to buy them back."For the stolen relics, China definitely opposes purchasing them back by spending taxpayer money."The official also warned business people might exploit the patriotic concerns of the Chinese to raise bidding prices for their own gain.In the meantime , a team of 81 Chinese lawyers has written to Christie's and Pierre Berge in an effort to stop the sale and return the relics to China.The lawyers plan to sue Pierre Berge if there is no "positive feedback within a reasonable period". China and France signed the 1995 Unidroit Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects, which stipulated that any cultural object looted or lost because of reasons of war should be returned without any limitation on time span.03/63729福州连江县妇幼保健院治疗子宫肌瘤好吗

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