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中国时间: 18:11 2016年12月09日星期五

双语新闻(2013年11月22日)


**奥巴马通告周五全国纪念肯尼迪**

美国总统奥巴马下令星期五全国下半旗,向50年前遭到暗杀的肯尼迪总统致敬。

奥巴马说,这位深受尊敬的前总统是一位“杰出的公仆”,他具有广阔的视野和清醒的理想主义。星期三,奥巴马在阿灵顿国家公墓向肯尼迪总统墓地献花圈。

德克萨斯州达拉斯市的教堂钟声将为纪念肯尼迪总统而响起。肯尼迪总统当年就是在这座美国西南部的城市遭到暗杀。人们还将默哀,普利策奖得主、历史学家麦卡洛将朗诵肯尼迪总统的一些演讲片段。

Obama Proclaims Day of Remembrance for JFK

President Barack Obama has ordered flags across the United States to fly at half staff to honor President John F. Kennedy -- assassinated 50 years ago Friday.

Mr. Obama called his revered predecessor an "extraordinary public servant" who had broad vision and sober idealism. Mr. Obama laid a wreath at President Kennedy's grave at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday.

Church bells will ring in Dallas, Texas -- the southwestern city where President Kennedy was gunned down. There will also be moments of silence and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David McCullough will read from some of Mr. Kennedy's speeches.


**伊朗与世界大国的核谈判进入关键的第三天**

星期五,伊朗和世界六强国在日内瓦进入至关重要的第三天核谈判,争取就一项临时协议消除双方之间的分歧,该协议将规定德黑兰对其核项目加以限制,以换取国际社会放松制裁。

星期四举行会谈后,双方的外交官们都表示取得了进展,但同时指出仍然存在实质性分歧。看来一个关键问题是允许伊朗从事铀浓缩活动的限度,另一个关键问题是放松制裁的程度。

目前双方讨论的是第一阶段的协议,这项协议的目的是使双方在拟定一项更广泛协议的过程中建立相互信任,以缓和西方国家对伊朗制造核武器能力的担忧。

伊朗副外长阿拉克奇星期四说,伊朗不会同意中止铀浓缩活动。

德黑兰否认伊朗意图制造核武器。伊朗提出,如果西方国家放松制裁,伊朗愿意部分中止其部分核项目,并同意对其设施加强检查。

Iran, World Powers Enter Crucial Third Day of Nuclear Talks

Iran and six world powers enter a crucial third day of talks Friday in Geneva, where they will try to close gaps on an interim deal that would curb Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.

Diplomats from both sides reported progress following Thursday's meeting, but said substantial disagreements remain. A key sticking point appears to be to what extent Iran will be allowed to enrich uranium. Another is how much the sanctions will be relaxed.

Under discussion is a first-phase agreement meant to build trust while the two sides work out a more comprehensive deal that would ease Western concerns about Iran's ability to build nuclear weapons.

Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said Thursday his country will not agree to suspend uranium enrichment.

Tehran denies it wants to build a nuclear weapon. It has offered to suspend parts of its nuclear program and agreed to tighter inspections if the West relaxes sanctions that have devastated its economy.
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