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双语新闻(2014年4月25日)

  • 美国之音

**奥巴马警告朝鲜不要进行核试验**

美国总统奥巴马抵达韩国,开始亚洲之行第二站的访问。奥巴马警告朝鲜不要进行第四次核试验。

在奥巴马星期五抵达首尔之前,韩国《中央日报》发表了采访奥巴马的报道。奥巴马在接受采访时说,如果朝鲜犯下再次进行核试验的错误,国际社会将对此做出坚决的回应。

奥巴马总统星期五晚些时候在和韩国总统朴槿惠共同举行的联合记者会上说,美国对韩国的承诺永远都不会取消,美韩两国将肩并肩地面对朝鲜的挑衅。

奥巴马还对在渡轮翻覆事故中死去的几百名高中生的家人表示哀悼。

Obama Warns North Korea Against Nuclear Test

U.S. President Barack Obama is in South Korea on the second leg of an Asian tour, with a warning to North Korea against conducting a fourth nuclear test.

In a newspaper interview with South Korea's JoongAng Ilbo, released just before his arrival Friday, Mr. Obama said, "If North Korea were to make the mistake of engaging in another nuclear test, it should expect a firm response from the international community."

At a joint news conference later Friday with South Korean President Park Geun-hye, Mr. Obama said America's commitment to South Korea will never waiver, and the U.S. and South Korea will stand "shoulder to shoulder" against North Korean provocation.

The U.S. leader also expressed condolences to the families of the hundreds of children lost in last week's ferry accident.

**奥巴马:可能是中东和谈暂停的时候了**

美国总统奥巴马说,可能是中东和谈暂停的时候了,让以色列和巴勒斯坦考虑各自的选择。

奥巴马在访问韩国的行程中,星期五在首尔对记者说,寻求和平仍然是以巴双方的共同利益,但是双方都没有表现出做出艰难决定的政治意愿。

奥巴马做出这一评论的一天前,以色列安全内阁决定,终止和巴勒斯坦的和平谈判,以此回应巴勒斯坦对立的法塔赫和哈马斯之间进行和解并组成团结政府的决定。

奥巴马说,巴勒斯坦两个派系主张联合的决定是“没有益处”的,但是他说,尽管出现了最新的挫折,美国政府仍不会放弃克里国务卿推动和平的努力。

星期四进行了六个小时的会议之后,以色列内阁发表声明说,以色列将通过一系列措施来回应巴勒斯的单边行动。

Obama: May Be Time for 'Pause' in Middle East Peace Talks

U.S. President Barack Obama says it may be time for a pause in Middle East peace talks while both Israelis and Palestinians consider their options.

Mr. Obama told reporters Friday in Seoul during a visit to South Korea that it is still in the interest of both sides to seek peace, but that neither side has shown the political will to make tough decisions.

He made the comments one day after Israel's Security Cabinet decided to suspend peace negotiations with the Palestinians in response to a plan by Palestinian rivals Fatah and Hamas to reconcile and form a unity government.

Mr. Obama said the Palestinian decision to unite the two factions is "unhelpful," but the president said his administration will not give up on Secretary of State John Kerry's push for peace, despite the latest setback.

Following a six-hour meeting Thursday, the Israeli Cabinet said in a statement Israel will "respond to unilateral Palestinian action with a series of measures."
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