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中国时间: 00:26 2016年12月04日星期日

双语新闻(2013年3月29日)


**南非总统:曼德拉目前状况“非常好”**

南非领导人说,反种族隔离运动领袖纳尔逊•曼德拉因肺部感染复发而住院治疗后,身体正在继续康复。

南非总统祖马星期四说,现年94岁的曼德拉目前的状况“非常好”。祖马对英国广播公司说,南非人“绝不能惊慌失措”。

祖马总统早些时候发表声明说,前南非总统曼德拉在治疗效果良好。声明还说,曼德拉目前仍在接受治疗和观察。

星期三晚间,曼德拉被送入一家未经具体说明的医院。去年12月,这位诺贝尔和平奖得主曾又因肺部感染和胆结石而住院三个星期。

美国总统奥巴马星期四表示,他对曼德拉的健康状况深感关切。奥巴马说,曼德拉鼓舞人心,是一位英雄。

** S.Africa President: Mandela Doing 'Very Well'**

South African leaders say anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela continues to recover after being hospitalized for a recurring lung infection.

President Jacob Zuma said Thursday the 94-year-old Mr. Mandela is doing "very well," telling the BBC that South Africans "must not panic."

An earlier statement by the presidency said the former South African president is "responding positively" to treatment. It said he remains under treatment and observation.

Mr. Mandela was taken to an unidentified hospital late Wednesday. The Nobel laureate was hospitalized for three weeks in December with another lung infection and gallstones.

U.S. President Barack Obama said Thursday he is "deeply concerned" about the health of Mr. Mandela, who he called an inspiration and a hero.

**朝鲜火箭部队奉命做好袭击美国的准备**

朝鲜国家媒体说,朝鲜领导人金正恩已经命令做好对美国本土和美国军事基地发动火箭袭击的准备,此前两架美国隐形轰炸机在韩国上空做训练飞行。

朝鲜官方的朝中社说,金正恩与高层军队指挥官们连夜举行紧急会议后,星期五命令朝鲜火箭部队进入待命状态。在此几小时前,能够携带核弹头的美国B-2轰炸机进入部署,参加正在进行的美韩联合军事演习。

星期四,B-2战略轰炸机从美国中部一个空军基地不停顿地飞行2万公里,飞抵朝鲜半岛西南沿海的一个岛屿上空,然后返回基地。

在B-2轰炸机执行这一任务之际,朝鲜针对韩国和美国的威胁不断升级。平壤切断了与韩国、联合国以及红十字会的所有联络渠道。

**North Korea Readies Rocket Units for Attacks on U.S.**

North Korean state media say leader Kim Jong Un has ordered preparations for rocket strikes on the U.S. mainland and military bases, after two U.S. stealth bombers flew training runs over South Korea.

The official Korean Central News Agency said Mr. Kim put his rocket units on standby Friday, after an overnight emergency meeting with top army commanders. The order came hours after nuclear-capable U.S. B-2 bombers were deployed in ongoing joint military drills with South Korea.

The strategic bombers flew 20,000 kilometers non-stop Thursday from an air force base in the central U.S. to an island off the southwestern coast of the Korean peninsula, before returning to their home base.

The mission was held amid increasing threats by North Korea against South Korea and the United States. Pyongyang has severed all communication links with South Korea, the United Nations and the Red Cross.
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