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双语新闻(2013年03月20日)


**奥巴马星期三将访问以色列**

美国总统奥巴马将于星期三抵达特拉维夫,进行白宫所称的,奥巴马这次到以色列、约旦河西岸和约旦非常重要的访问。

奥巴马自2009年就任美国总统以来,这是首次正式访问以色列。

奥巴马星期三的日程包括参观以色列的“铁穹”导弹防御系统以及会晤以色列总统佩雷斯和总理内塔尼亚胡。

美国国务卿克里将陪同奥巴马总统进行这次访问。与此同时,以色列新政府中支持犹太人定居点项目的部长们就职。

星期四,奥巴马将前往约旦河西岸,会晤巴勒斯坦民族权力机构主席阿巴斯以及总理法耶兹。

奥巴马星期五将在约旦与阿卜杜拉国王举行会谈。美国一直在帮助约旦应对大批叙利亚难民涌入约旦的问题。

**Obama Heads to Israel Wednesday**

U.S. President Barack Obama arrives in Tel Aviv on Wednesday for what the White House is calling a very important visit to Israel, the West Bank and
Jordan.

The trip is Mr. Obama's first official visit to Israel since taking office in 2009.

His schedule Wednesday includes seeing a piece of Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system, as well as meetings with Israeli President Shimon Peres and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is joining Mr. Obama for the tour, which comes as a new Israeli government featuring pro-settlement ministers takes
office.

Mr. Obama is set to travel to the West Bank on Thursday to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.

On Friday, his schedule includes talks with King Abdullah in Jordan, where the United States has been helping officials cope with the flood of Syrian refugees.

**韩国调查电脑网络大瘫痪是否由于遭到网络攻击**

韩国当局正在调查一起看来是大规模网络攻击的事件,此前韩国几家电视台和金融机构报告说,他们的电脑网络出现严重停运问题。

KBS、MBC和YTN等至少三家韩国电视台报告说,其电脑网络星期三瘫痪。韩国媒体播放的画面显示,雇员们注视着没有图像的电脑屏幕。

新韩银行、农协银行这两家银行以及韩国一些自动取款机也报告其电脑网络遭到攻击。当地媒体说,韩国股市没有受到影响。

韩国警方说,他们正在对电脑网络瘫痪的原因进行调查,以确定是否遭到朝鲜的协调网络攻击。朝鲜以往曾对韩国进行网络战。

几天前,朝鲜指责美国和韩国对几个朝鲜互联网网站进行电脑攻击,这几个网站上星期曾原因不明地出现长时间停运。

**S.Korea Investigates Possible Cyberattack Following Widespread Network Outage**

South Korean authorities are investigating what appears to be a widespread cyberattack after several of the country's broadcasters and financial institutions reported a major failure of their computer networks.

At least three broadcasters - KBS, MBC and YTN - said their computer networks were paralyzed on Wednesday. Images of employees staring at blank computer screens circulated in South Korean media.

Two banks - the Shinhan Bank and the Nonghyup Bank - were also reported to be part of the attack, as were some of the country's ATMs. Local media suggest the country's stock markets have not been affected.

South Korean police say they are investigating the cause of the outages to determine whether they were a result of a concerted cyberattack by North Korea, which has a history of carrying out cyber warfare on the South.

The news comes just days after North Korea accused the United States and South Korea of launching a computer attack on several of its websites, which mysteriously suffered a prolonged outage last week.
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