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中国时间: 14:07 2016年12月08日星期四

双语新闻(2014年6月12日)

  • 美国之音

**巴法院命令政府取消对穆沙拉夫的旅行禁令**

一家巴基斯坦法院命令政府取消对前军政府领导人穆沙拉夫的旅行禁令。穆沙拉夫受到叛国罪指控。

这家法院星期四批准穆沙拉夫的请求,将他的名字从出境控制名单上去除。

这位前军政权领导人曾经表示,希望到迪拜探望患病的母亲。

今年3月,穆沙拉夫受到叛国罪指控。

指控穆沙拉夫犯有叛国罪的理由是他2007年暂停实施宪法并宣布实行紧急状态法,以延长他身为总统的统治地位。如被判罪名成立,现年70岁的穆沙拉夫可能面临死刑。

**Court Orders Government to Lift Musharraf's Travel Ban**

A Pakistani court has ordered the government to lift a travel ban on former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, who faces charges of treason.

The court, on Thursday, approved Mr. Musharraf's request to have his name removed from an Exit Control List.

The former military ruler has said he wants to visit his sick mother in Dubai.

In March, Mr. Musharraf was indicted for treason.

The charge stems from his decision in 2007 to suspend the constitution and declare a state of emergency, in his bid to extend his disputed rule as president. If convicted, the 70-year-old former ruler could face the death penalty.


**联合国及美国评估伊拉克局势**

联合国安理会星期四将开会讨论伊拉克局势问题。伊拉克的伊斯兰激进分子攻占了几座城市,这是对什叶派领导的伊拉克政府的打击。

安理会在开会之前发表声明,强烈谴责伊拉克和黎凡特伊斯兰国激进分子袭击摩苏尔。安理会成员国说,任何暴力和恐怖主义行为都不能阻止伊拉克走向和平与民主。

与此同时,美国正在考虑如何帮助伊拉克应对激进分子的进攻,目前激进分子控制着摩苏尔、提克里特和费卢杰。

未透露姓名的美国官员说,正在审议一个选择方案,以决定是否向伊拉克派遣无人机。

白宫副新闻秘书欧内斯特说,美国将继续为伊拉克提供所有适当的援助,打击基地组织分支伊拉克和黎凡特伊斯兰国,但他没有说明援助的细节。

**UN, US Assess Situation in Iraq**

The United Nations Security Council is set to meet Thursday to discuss the situation in Iraq, where Islamist militants have seized several cities in a blow to the Shi'ite-led government.

Ahead of the session, the council issued a statement strongly criticizing the militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) for their attack on Mosul. The members said "no act of violence or terrorism" can reverse Iraq's path toward peace and democracy.

Meanwhile, the United States is weighing how to help Iraq counter the surge by the militants who now control Mosul, Tikrit and Fallujah.

U.S. officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said one of the range of options under consideration is whether to send drones to Iraq.

White House Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the U.S. will continue giving Iraq "all appropriate assistance" to fight the al-Qaida offshoot ISIL, but did not give details of specific aid.
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