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中国时间: 12:30 2016年12月05日星期一

双语新闻(2014年6月5日)


**中国在新疆加大”反恐打击”力度**

中国国有媒体说,在偏远的西部新疆展开的反恐行动中有81人被判刑。

中国中央电视台说,对这些人的指控包括组织和参加恐怖行动、杀人放火等。报道说,其中9人被判处死刑。

稍早之前,官方网站新疆网星期四说,另有29人在乌鲁木齐被逮捕。乌鲁木齐一个市场上月发生的一起自杀袭击造成39人死亡。

该网站说,这些嫌疑人被控罪名包括煽动分裂国家、煽动民族仇恨以及扰乱社会秩序。

近几个星期来,中国当局在新疆逮捕了数百人,一些人认为这是压制行为。

**China Intensifies 'Anti-Terror Crackdown' in Xinjiang**

Chinese state media said Thursday 81 people have been sentenced as part of an anti-terrorism crackdown in the far northwestern region of Xinjiang.

China Central Television said the charges include organizing and participating in terrorism, murder and arson. It said nine people were sentenced to death.

Earlier, the state-run Xinjiang Net said 29 others were arrested in Urumqi, where a suicide attack last month at an outdoor market killed 39 people.

It said the suspects were charged with crimes including inciting separatism and ethnic hatred and disturbing social order.

In recent weeks, Chinese authorities have arrested hundreds of people in Xinjiang as part of a crackdown seen by some as repressive.


**北京对白宫六四声明表示强烈不满**


针对美国在天安门广场屠杀事件25周年发表的声明,中国做出愤怒的反应。

白宫星期三表示,“将永远明确支持抗议者们在天安门广场追求的基本自由”。

此外,白宫敦促北京对“那些在1989年6月4日前后发生的事件中被打死的人、被拘留者以及失踪者的情况做出说明”。

中国外交部表示对白宫的声明“强烈不满”,称该声明完全不顾事实。

中国外交部发言人洪磊在新华社发表文章说,中国针对白宫的声明提出了“严正抗议”。

星期三是六四事件25周年,这一天在中国平静地过去,中国当局禁止公开讨论这一事件。

**China 'Strongly Dissatisfied' with US Comments on Tiananmen Square Anniversary**

China has responded angrily to comments by the United States on the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

The White House said Wednesday it "will always speak out in support of the basic freedoms the protesters at Tiananmen Square sought."

It also called on Beijing "to account for those killed, detained or missing in connection with the events surrounding June 4, 1989."

China's Foreign Ministry said it is "strongly dissatisfied" with the statement, which showed what it called a "total disregard of facts."

In an article in the official Xinhua news agency, spokesman Hong Lei said China has "lodged solemn representations" over the comments.

Wednesday's anniversary of the Beijing massacre passed quietly in China, where public discussion of the incident is not allowed.
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