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赣州市输卵管通而不畅好嘛南昌市青云谱区湾里区看不孕不育多少钱US Mourns Victims of 9/11 Terror Attacks美国各地悼念追思九一一遇难者   Across the ed States, Americans marked the seventh anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks with solemn memorial services and heartfelt tributes. 在美国纽约、华盛顿和全国各地,人们在2001年9月11日恐怖袭击七周年之际都举行了庄严的悼念活动追思遇难者。Seven years after the attacks, New Yorkers gathered at "ground zero," the site where the World Trade Center skyscrapers once stood. 在恐怖分子袭击纽约7年后,纽约人聚集在世贸双塔曾经矗立的地方。As in years past, the ceremony included four moments of silence, twice to mark the time that two hijacked airliners crashed into the twin towers and twice at the time of morning when each building collapsed in an inferno of flames and smoke. 在往年,纽约的悼念活动包括四次默哀--分别标志被劫持的客机与双塔相撞的时间,以及双塔倒塌的时间。This year, family members and students representing victims who came from scores of nations around the world aloud the names of more than 2,700 people who died in New York on September 11, 2001. 今年,遇难者家人和来自遇难者故国的学生们高声朗读2千7百多名纽约遇难者的名字。The children of John Salvatore, who worked at the World Trade Center, spoke about their father when their turn came to . Child 1: "My dad died on 9/11, but he is not gone. Just look at each of our faces and you will see him shine through us every day." Child 2: "We love you, Daddy.The city's mayor, Michael Bloomberg, the keynote speaker at the memorial ceremony, said Americans come together on this day to bear witness to a "day which began like any other, and ended as none ever has." "We return this morning as New Yorkers, Americans and global citizens remembering the innocent people from 95 nations and territories that lost their lives together that day," he said. 纽约市长布隆伯格主持了今年的周年纪念活动。他说,全国人民聚集在一起见一个“有著与往常一样的开端、却有前所未有的结尾的日子。”他说:“我们作为纽约人、美国人和地球公民在这个早晨缅怀来自95个国家和地区在这一天失去他们宝贵生命的无辜的人们。”In Washington, President Bush and first lady Laura Bush observed a moment of silence at the White House. The president then attended the dedication of a new September 11 memorial at the Pentagon, where 184 people died when another hijacked plane crashed into the building. 在华盛顿,布什总统和第一夫人劳拉在白宫举行了默哀。布什随后参加了在五角大楼建立的一个新的9/11纪念碑的落成仪式。2001年9月11日,另一架被劫持的客机撞向五角大楼,造成184人死亡。The Pentagon memorial is the first of three major September 11 memorials to be completed. It is made of stone benches, each engraved with a victim's name.  在五角大楼的纪念碑是三个纪念9/11的主要纪念碑中最早落成的一个。这个纪念碑由石凳组成,每一个石凳上都镌刻着一位遇难者的名字。The president says he hopes the memorial will provide some peace and comfort to the victims' friends and families. "People from across our nation will come here to remember friends and loved ones who never had the chance to say goodbye. A memorial can never replace what those of you mourning a loved one have lost." 布什总统说,他希望这个纪念碑可以为遇难者的朋友和家人带去一些平静和安慰。他说:“全国各地的人们将来到这里怀念他们未曾有机会道别的朋友和亲人。然而一座纪念碑永远也无法取代你们所悼念的亲人。”While the 9/11 structure in Washington is complete, the controversy over the New York memorial continues. Seven years after the attacks, "ground zero" is still a construction site. And many New Yorkers are frustrated by years of delays and disagreements about their monument's progress.The memorial and a new skyscraper should be complete by 2012, but construction work will alter anniversary ceremonies before then. This year, as they have in the past, the victims' family members walked down a ramp to the bottom of the site, at bedrock about 15 meters below ground, where they left wreaths, flowers and mementos of their loved ones. As construction progresses, this may no longer be possible. Henry Bustillo, whose brother died on September 11, hopes the ramp will remain. "Hopefully, they will continue on having the ceremony down at the pit, downstairs, because it [won't] feel the same if they have it up here."An official memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, is also years away from being built. However, services were held there Thursday in the field where another passenger jet went down. Forty-four people died aboard the hijacked plane, which dove at full speed into a field, apparently as the passengers struggled with their captors, trying to regain control of the aircraft. 宾夕法尼亚州尚克斯维尔镇也举行了悼念活动。有44人在第四架被劫持的飞机撞向尚克斯维尔的野地时死亡。很显然这架飞机的乘客曾努力制劫机者。Republican presidential candidate John McCain took part in the ceremony in Pennsylvania before heading to New York. In Shanksville, McCain paid special tribute to those who died there because they are believed to have disrupted the hijackers' plan to attack another target in Washington. "I've had the great honor and privilege to witness great courage and sacrifice for America's sake, but none greater than the sacrifice of those good people who grasped the gravity of the moment, understood the threat and decided to fight back at the cost of their lives." 共和党总统候选人麦凯恩在赴纽约之前参加了在宾夕法尼亚举行的悼念活动。在尚克斯维尔,麦凯恩特别赞颂了这架飞机的乘客。据信,这些乘客挫败了劫机者进攻华盛顿另一目标的阴谋。麦凯恩说:“我曾有无比的荣幸和特权去见人们为国牺牲的非凡勇气。但没有什么能比这些善良的人们在生死关头当机立断、以自己的生命为代价的奋勇反抗更为伟大了。”McCain and his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, appeared together at "ground zero" late Thursday to pay their respects and speak with mourners, including police and firefighters who honored more than 300 of their comrades who died on September 11.  麦凯恩今天晚些时候和他的民主党总统竞选对手奥巴马一同在世贸遗址为遇难者致默哀。Laying politics aside for the day, the presidential candidates placed flowers at the World Trade Center site. They will speak Thursday at a forum on public service at Columbia University. 麦凯恩和奥巴马暂时把政治搁置一边,在世贸遗址敬献花圈。随后他们在哥伦比亚大学一个公众务论坛上演讲。As in years past, two bright blue beams of light will shine all night over New York City from the spot where the fallen towers stood. 与往年一样,两道蓝光将在世贸双塔曾经矗立的地方照亮纽约的夜空。200809/48372萍乡市活动力低下症价格便宜 Beijing Contradicts Baghdad, Says Oil Deal Still Being Negotiated中国称与伊拉克石油交易仍在磋商   China says a multi-billion dollar oil deal with Iraq is still being negotiated. This contradicts reports last week from Iraqi officials, who said the deal had been signed. 中国政府表示,与伊拉克的数十亿美元石油交易还在磋商中,这与上个星期伊拉克官员表示双方已经签定石油协议的有关报导相互矛盾。China's Foreign Ministry on Thursday said negotiations with Baghdad to exploit an Iraqi oil field continue. 中国外交部星期四表示,与巴格达就合作开发油田的协议还在进行中。Iraq's embassy in Beijing last week said Iraqi officials had signed a billion deal with China National Petroleum Corporation.  伊拉克驻北京使馆上星期表示,伊拉克官员已经与中国石油天然气集团签署一项三十亿美元的协议。Iraqi officials in Baghdad later confirmed the reports, but China's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Jiang Yu, indicated they were wrong. 巴格达当局官员也实了相关报导,但是中国外交部发言人姜瑜却说,这些说法是错误的。She says she has seen some of the reports but, according to her knowledge, the Chinese oil company is right now negotiating on the oil field project with the Iraqis. “我也看到了一些报导,据我的了解,中方石油企业正在与伊方就有关的油田项目,进行商谈。” The agreement, if it is confirmed, would be the first oil deal reached when Saddam Hussein was in power to be honored by the current Iraqi government. 这项石油协议,如果确实无误,将是现任伊拉克政府履行前领导人萨达姆任内达成的第一个石油协议。The deal also would place China's state-owned oil company at the front of a long line of international companies looking to tap Iraq's oil reserves, the third largest in the world. 这项协议也将使中国国营石油企业在众多国际石油公司里拔得头筹,得以在伊拉克这个全球第三大产油国进行开发。Under the re-negotiated 20-year contract, China is reportedly to be paid for developing the al-Ahdab oil field south of Baghdad. 根据这项重新协议的20年合约,中国将负责开发巴格达南部的艾哈代布油田,并获得经济回报。The original deal was signed in 1997 and granted China the right to not only explore the field but to share in the profits. 根据1997年签订的原始合约,中国不但取得开发油田的权利,同时还可分享获利。Cooperation was suspended under ed Nations' sanctions against Saddam Hussein's government and the deal was canceled after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion. 这项合作计划后来因为联合国对伊拉克前领导人萨达姆展开制裁而暂停,并在2003年美军入侵伊拉克时被取消。200809/47539Who's the odd one out of these four: Is it the footballer Wayne Rooney, The cricketer Andrew Flintoff, The Olympic Gold medal heptathlete Denise Lewis? Or the Conservative MP and legendary launching Nicholas Soames.It is, of course, Nicholas Soames, because all of the others were born between September and December.New research, this is the serious bit, shows that children born in the latter part of the academic year, that's from June to August are less likely to become elite athletes. It's simply because they are smaller than others in their school year who have been picked to join teams and academies. Richard Watson reports.Yes!I think I was one of the lucky ones. I very quickly was picked for the football team, the basketball team, and obviously when the cross-country season started in the middle of the winter, I found I was pretty good at it. er, possibly because I was a bit taller, a bit stronger, a bit quicker and than a lot of my pals, and I think that then I guess for me, cemented my love of sport straight away. And I wanted to be involved. 6 times gold medalist and former world record-holder, Steve Cram, the man who went on to break 3 world records in 19 days, one of Britain's most successful ever athletes, has always suspected of being born in October gave him a big advantage.I think I with, er, you know I was fairly tall because that helped me, with my running certainly helped me with getting on the basketball team and football. And I might have been lucky in little bit in skill, to be honest, but you know, I was physically developed enough to stand out at the age of 11 or 12. And ,and I think that's, what teachers tend to look for. Don't they? At that age, that they are looking for the ones, who just look a little bit more developed, a bit quicker, a bit stronger, they get them in the team.The report from a new think-tank headed by Steve Cram, has correlated performance against age. It says that 67 percent of the football association's youth academy were born between September and November, while just 2 percent were born between Junes to August. In athletics, 65 percent of top teenage performers were born in the autumn term, while 8 percent were born in the summer. And the team noted that a 14-year-old boy born in September will be on average 7 centimeters taller and 5.7 kilograms heavier than a boy born in August.I think the research that is actually quite startling in terms of the strength of the evidence. You know, The high percentages of people who do go onto a successful career is born in literally 3, 4 months of the year.This is one of the government's flagship sports colleges, Landon School, just a couple of miles from the 2012 Olympic Site in London. Across the country, close to a billion pounds has been invested in school sport over the past 4 years. The proportion of the children doing more than 2 hours of P.E. a week has increased from 25 to over 80 percent. But there's still a concern that an early focus on teen selection is teaching failure based on nothing more than physical strength linked to date of birth.What we are very concerned about is that children all dropping out of sport and recreational exercises because they are being overlooked. And we know that there are more and more people in the country who are becoming obese, we want people to enjoy healthy and active lives. And if we can give them every opportunity taking part in sport at school level and not be overlooked, we very firmly believe that they would then go on; maybe not to represent the country but to exercise regularly throughout their lifestyles. So it's about winning more medals but it's also crucially about improving the level of participation in sport across the whole society.The sports asserted here in Landon School are probably second to none. But if this academic research due to be published tomorrow is correct, that implies that even in schools like this, more could be done to help children who were born in the early part of the year. But the key question is in pouty terms, what could or should be done about it?200805/39569九江市妇幼保健院可以做四维吗

景德镇市妇幼保健院体检套餐Negotiations between Kenyas government and the opposition have been suspended. The two sides have been unable to agree on the terms of a power-sharing arrangement to break the political deadlock gripping the country since a disputed presidential election in late December. 肯尼亚政府与反对派之间的谈判已经中止,谈判双方无法就权力分享安排达成一致意见。这项权力分享安排计划旨在打破自去年12月下旬有争议的总统选举以来在全国形成的政治僵局。The chief mediator for the talks, former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, plans to consult with President Mwai Kibaki and opposition leader Raila Odinga on how to move the negotiations forward. 会谈的主要调停人、前联合国秘书长安南计划与肯尼亚总统齐贝吉和反对党领导人奥廷加就如何推动谈判进行协商。President Kibakis Party of National y has agreed to the creation of a prime ministers office that would be filled by the opposition Orange Democratic Movement, better known as ODM. 齐贝吉总统的全国团结党同意组建一个由反对党橙色民主运动成员组成的总理办公室。But the two sides have not agreed on how much power a prime minister would have. Nor is there agreement on what level of representation the ODM should have in the cabinet, or on whether new elections should be held if the coalition collapses. 但是双方没有就总理应该具有多大的权力达成一致意见,也没有就反对党在内阁应该具有的代表人数达成一致,他们也没有在联合政府如果瓦解后是否可以举行新的选举方面达成一致。Speaking after the negotiations adjourned, opposition negotiator Musalia Mudavadi criticized the government. 反对党谈判代表穆达瓦迪在谈判中止之后批评了肯尼亚政府。;We have been extremely frustrated as ODM, because there are moments we believe we have made ground and we realize the following day there is actually a reversal,; Mudavadi said. ;We as ODM ceded substantial positions. The other side is coming from a premise that the constitution cannot be touched.; 穆达瓦迪说:“作为民主橙色运动的成员,我们一直非常失望,因为有时我们认为,我们取得进展,但是接下来的一天我们却认识到这实际上是一种倒退。我们橙色民主运动放弃了实质性的职位,而对方的前提条件是宪法不得修改。”Both sides have agreed to a long-term constitutional review, once a political settlement is reached, but the opposition wants some constitutional amendments now to support a power sharing arrangement. 而谈判双方就对宪法长期进行审查达成了一致意见,一旦达成一项政治解决方案,反对党希望用现在对宪法进行的一些修改来持权力分享安排。Government negotiator Mutula Kilonzo said his side is feeling unduly pressured in the talks. 政府谈判代表基伦佐说,政府方面在谈判中感到过度的压力。;We are not going around in circles,; Kilonzo said. ;It is just that we have firm positions on both sides. And the atmosphere for bridging the gap between the two of us is not fair. As I say, we have tended to feel that we are being railroaded.; 基伦佐说:“我们不会在一些圈子里打转,只不过是我们双方都具有坚定的立场。弥补双方之间差距的氛围不公平,就像我所说的,我们一直感到我们被迫草率行事。”U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who visited Kenya last week, issued a statement saying she is ;disappointed by the failure of leadership; in the negotiations, reiterating U.S. support for a political solution. 上星期访问肯尼亚的美国国务卿赖斯发表声明说,她对谈判中表现出的领导层的失败感到失望。赖斯重申,美国持政治解决方案。Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete, who currently heads the African Union, is to arrive in Kenya late Tuesday to contribute to the mediation effort.坦桑尼亚总统基奎特,目前任职非盟主席,在周二晚上将抵达肯尼亚,继续进一步调节呢工作。The opposition has notified the police of plans for widesp demonstrations on Thursday if no progress is made on the talks. Mudavadi refused to discuss the protest call. 反对党通知警方,如果谈判无法取得进展,计划星期四举行范围广泛的示威活动,穆达瓦迪拒绝讨论示威呼吁。The government has criticized the proposed demonstrations. While the opposition has said any action will be peaceful, other protests since the elections have led to looting and provoked violent responses from the police. 政府批评了计划中的示威活动。尽管反对党表示所有的示威活动都将是和平的,但是自选举以来举行的其他抗议活动已经导致抢劫,并且激起警方做出强烈反应。Police also said they have arrested around 200 youths who were said to be engaged in military training in Kenyas west. 警方还表示,他们大约逮捕了200名年轻人,据说,这些年青人参加了肯尼亚西部的军事训练。Last week, the International Crisis Group, a research organization based in Brussels, warned of the ongoing mobilization of armed groups in the country supporting both the government and opposition.上周,布鲁塞尔的一个研究机构——国际危机组织,对持续活动的武装组织进行了警告,这些武装组织有的是持政府,有的是持反对派。The authorities say 1,500 people have been killed in violence following Decembers presidential elections, which the opposition charges were rigged. The country has returned to relative calm in recent weeks. 有关部门表示,在12月总统选举之后的发生暴力事件中,已经有1千500人死亡,反对党指控选举存在舞弊现象。最近几个星期来,肯尼亚已经恢复到相对平静状态。200802/27899南昌县中医院网址 九江市第一人民医院妇科哪家好

江西生殖医学中心人流手术 Start Of School Delayed In Burma缅灾区学校推迟开学众多儿童失学   School begins in Burma on Monday. But, few children from the cyclone struck Irrawaddy Delta will be going. The government has delayed the opening for at least one month in the hardest hit places.The ed Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, is helping the government reopen damaged schools by distributing repair materials, and providing school supplies and learning material. 缅甸学校星期一开学。但是在伊洛瓦底江三角洲强热带风暴灾区,很少有儿童会去上学。受灾最严重地区的学校已经被政府推迟开学至少一个月。联合国儿童基金会正在当地分发维修材料、提供学习用品和学习材料,帮助缅甸政府让受损的学校重新开学。Burma's schools were due to reopen on June 2, one month after Cyclone Nargis struck, killing tens of thousands of people and rendering more than one million homeless. 纳尔吉斯强热带风暴袭击一个月后,缅甸学校计划6月2号开学,这场风暴夺去数万人的生命,让一百多万人无家可归。The ed Nations Children's Fund reports 80 to 90 percent of schools were destroyed in the hardest hit areas. Given the extent of the damage, the Ministry of Education has delayed the opening of schools in seven townships in the Irrawaddy Delta and one township in Rangoon. 联合国儿童基金会报告说,缅甸受灾最严重地区的学校有80%到90%被毁坏。鉴于学校受损的严重程度,缅甸教育部推迟伊洛瓦底江三角洲七个城镇和仰光地区一个城镇的学校开学。UNICEF Spokesman, Michael Klaus, says he does not know how many children actually will be going to school. But, he says regrettably it will not be very many. 联合国儿童基金会发言人克劳斯说,他不知道有多少学生真的会去上学。但是他遗憾地说,去上学的学生不会很多。"One-point-one million is the overall school age population in the affected areas. So, that was the whole number and ideally all of them would have gone back to school next Monday. Due to the damages this is not possible. Only some of the schools which are lesser affected can go back to school."  克劳斯说:“受灾地区学龄儿童一共一百一十万。这是个总数,最好所有学生下星期一都能返校。鉴于学校受损,这就不可能了。只有一些受损不太严重的学校能够开学。”UNICEF believes it is important that children affected by disaster go back to school as soon as possible. It says school helps them recover from the trauma of loss, from the trauma of having been uprooted. It says school helps to give children whose lives have been completely disrupted a sense of normalcy and security. 联合国儿童基金会相信,重要的是让受到风灾影响的孩子们尽快返回学校。该基金会说,学校可以帮助他们从损失的伤、以及丧失家园的伤痛中得以恢复。基金会表示,学校能够帮助那些生活变得离破碎的孩子们得到正常和安全的感觉。Klaus says UNICEF is working with Burma's Ministry of Education to help reopen damaged schools by distributing repair materials as well as essential school supplies and learning matter. 克劳斯说,联合国儿童基金会正在协同缅甸教育部,为遭到损坏的学校发放维修材料、基本的教学用具和教材,使它们得以复课。He says over the next six months, UNICEF plans to support the repair and renovation of around 1,000 primary schools and 400 pre-school facilities. 他表示,在接下来的6个月里,联合国儿童基金会计划为大约1千所小学和400所学前设施提供修复帮助。"It is estimated that more than 4,000 basic education schools have been damaged or completely destroyed, which affects a school population of around 1.1 million children. So, what is planned over the next six months is to provide tents, tarpaulins and support the establishment of at least 1,000 temporary safe learning spaces, very simple spaces made of bamboo and tarpaulins to make sure that education can restart there."  克劳斯说:“据估计,有超过4千所基础教育学校受损或者完全被毁。这影响到大约一百一十万名学龄儿童。所以,现在的计划是在今后6个月提供帐篷、油布,并且帮助建立起至少1千所临时性的安全学习场所,用竹子和油布搭建的简单场所,以保从那里重新开始教学活动。”UNICEF estimates a third of all those killed by Cyclone Nargis are children. More than 130,000 people are either dead or missing from the storm. 联合国儿童基金会估计,死于纳尔吉斯强热带风暴的人当中,有三分之一是儿童。有超过13万人在这场风暴中死亡或失踪。Klaus says many of the children who survived have lost or been separated from their parents. He says they will need special care. He says they will need to be protected from exploitation and abuse.  克劳斯说,许多幸存的儿童失去了家长,或者与他们失散。他说,他们需要特别的照顾。他表示,这些儿童需要保护,免受剥削和虐待。Klaus says UNICEF is planning to create at least 100 so-called child friendly spaces, which will offer a secure environment for orphaned or unaccompanied children.  克劳斯说,联合国儿童基金会正在计划建立至少100个所谓的儿童友善场所,为孤儿和无助的儿童提供一个安全的环境。 200806/40805樟树市妇幼保健院网址赣州市妇幼保健院做核磁共振需要多长时间

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