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中国时间: 08:22 2016年12月11日星期日

双语新闻(2014年6月18日)

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**中越官员就南中国海争端问题举行会谈**

中国和越南官员在河内举行会谈,双方表示愿意改善关系。由于北京最近在南中国海有争议水域设置一个石油钻井平台而使中越关系趋于紧张。

中国和越南是星期三做出上述表示的。这是中国5月份设置石油钻井平台以来中越两国举行的首次高层会谈。中国设置石油钻井平台的举动导致了海上对峙局面以及越南的反华抗议。有人在抗议活动中死亡。

越南外长范平明星期三证实,他与中国国务委员杨洁篪的会谈重点将是南中国海争端。越南把南中国海称为“东海”。

杨洁篪承认,这场争端损害两个共产党国家之间的关系。中越两国1979年进行过一场持续三星期的血腥边境战争。

结束与范平明的会谈后,杨洁篪将会见越南总理阮晋勇以及越共总书记阮富仲。

China, Vietnam Discuss Oil Rig Dispute

Chinese and Vietnamese officials meeting in Hanoi are expressing a willingness to improve ties strained by a dispute over an oil rig Beijing recently placed in contested waters off Vietnam's coast.

The comments on Wednesday came as both sides held their first high-level talks since the May deployment of the state-run oil rig, which led to a maritime standoff and deadly anti-China protests in Vietnam.

Vietnam's Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh confirmed Wednesday the dispute in the South China Sea, known to Vietnam as the East Sea, will be a focus of his meeting with Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi.

Yang acknowledged that the dispute is damaging relations between the two communist-led countries, which fought a bloody, three-week border battle in 1979.

After meeting with Foreign Minister Minh, Yang is scheduled to meet Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, as well as Nguyen Phu Trong, the head of Vietnam's Communist Party.

**激进分子袭击伊拉克主要炼油厂**

逊尼派伊斯兰激进分子袭击伊拉克的主要炼油厂,对该设施造成破坏。这是激进分子暴乱的最新行动。激进分子占领了伊拉克北部的很多地区。
激进分子星期三与安全部队在拜吉炼油厂发生冲突。拜吉位于巴格达和摩苏尔之间。激进分子上星期占领了摩苏尔。
伊朗总统鲁哈尼星期三誓言,将采取一切必要手段保护伊拉克的什叶派圣地免遭“恐怖分子”占领。什叶派在伊朗人口中占多数。
美国总统奥巴马星期三将会见国会领导人,讨论伊拉克局势以及可能对逊尼派伊斯兰激进分子暴乱做出的反应。
在白宫即将举行此次会议之际,奥巴马正在考虑一系列选择方案,包括援助伊拉克安全部队以及发动空袭,同时强调保持政治团结的必要性。

Militants Attack Iraq's Main Oil Refinery

Sunni Islamist militants have attacked Iraq's main oil refinery, causing damage to the site in the latest stage of a surge that has included seizing territory across northern Iraq.

The militants clashed with security forces at the refinery Wednesday in Baiji, which is located about halfway between Baghdad and Mosul. Militants took control of Mosul last week.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pledged Wednesday that his majority Shi'ite country would do whatever is necessary to protect Shi'ite holy sites in Iraq from what he called "terrorists."

Also Wednesday, U.S. President Barack Obama is due to host congressional leaders to discuss the situation in Iraq and possible responses to the militant advances.

The White House meeting comes as Mr. Obama considers a range of possibilities including assistance to Iraqi security forces and carrying out airstrikes, while stressing the need for political unity.
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