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双语新闻(2012年6月27日)

  • 美国之音

**美国指责苏丹政府严厉镇压抗议活动**

美国指责苏丹“严厉”镇压反政府抗议活动。目前,抗议活动已经蔓延到这个东非国家的几个地区。

将近两星期前,抗议活动在苏丹首都喀土穆爆发,当时只是学生抗议政府的紧缩措施计划以及物价飞涨。

此后,苏丹的动乱迅速地演变为首都以及其他几个地区更大规模的示威活动。苏丹安全部队使用催泪弹和警棍严厉地镇压示威民众,示威者则向安全部队投掷石块并焚烧汽车轮胎。

美国国务院发言人纽兰星期二说,镇压抗议者并不能解决苏丹的经济危机问题。她敦促苏丹政府立即释放所有被拘留者。

**US Condemns 'Heavy-Handed' Crackdown on Sudan Protests**

The United States has condemned Sudan's "heavy-handed" crackdown against anti-government protests that have spread through several parts of the East African nation.

The protests began in the capital, Khartoum, nearly two weeks ago as isolated student protests over planned government austerity measures and sharp price increases.

The unrest has quickly spread into larger and more volatile demonstrations throughout the capital and several other parts of the country. Sudanese security forces have responded harshly, using tear gas and batons on protesters, who have responded by throwing rocks and burning tires in the streets.

U.S. State Department spokesperson Nuland said the crackdown on protesters will not solve Sudan's economic crisis. She called for Sudan to immediately release all of those detained.


**叙利亚政府称恐怖分子袭击电视台**

叙利亚国家媒体说,“武装恐怖组织”在向一家亲政府的电视台发动的一次攻击行动中,打死三人。

叙利亚阿拉伯通讯社说,恐怖分子星期三清晨在袭击这家电视台时放置了爆炸物,但没有说明恐怖分子是怎样打死这家电视台雇员的。

叙利亚当局经常把领导反对阿萨德将近十二年统治的反政府武装人员称做“武装恐怖分子”。

叙利亚总统阿萨德星期二对新内阁发表谈话说,政府必须把战斗作为工作重点。

总部设在伦敦的叙利亚人权了望台的负责人告诉美国之音,叙利亚军方星期二首度向大马士革中部附近郊区的几个反叛组织的据点发动了炮击至少造成了62人死亡,其中超过半数是平民。
联合国维和行动负责人拉德苏表示,由于叙利亚现在的形势过于危险,联合国监督员无法重新开展在叙利亚的工作。

参加星期二的联合国安理会情况通报会的外交官说,拉德苏告诉安理会,在叙利亚的观察行动将继续处于中断状态。他补充说,叙利亚政府还不允许观察员使用他所谓的“重要行动工具”的卫星电话。

由于在叙利亚的300名联合国观察员面临安全风险,叙利亚联合国观察团负责人罗伯特.穆德少将于6月16日暂停了在叙利亚的行动。联合国表示在此前的几星期里,袭击者已经多次使用火炮和炸弹袭击观察团。

**Syria Says Terrorists Kill 3 in TV Station Attack**


Syria's state-run news agency says an "armed terrorist group" killed three people during an attack on a pro-government television station.

SANA said terrorists planted explosives during the attack early Wednesday at this TV station, but did not say how the employees died.

Syria often uses the term "armed terrorists" to label the rebels leading the revolt against Mr. Assad's nearly 12-year rule.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad addressed his new Cabinet on Tuesday, and expressed the need to focus the government on the fighting.


The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told VOA the Syrian military fired artillery in several rebellious suburbs near central Damascus for the first time on Tuesday. killed at least 62 people, more than half of them civilians.

Diplomats at Tuesday's briefing quote Ladsous as saying the observer mission will remain suspended. The U.N. official also said the Syrian government refuses to allow the monitors to use satellite telephones, which he called "key tools" of the operation.
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