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中国时间: 03:01 2016年12月03日星期六

双语新闻 (2015年3月4日)

  • 美国之音

**缅甸学生继续与警察对峙**

缅甸警察和抗议学生的对峙进入第三天。学生们试图向仰光进发,要求对一项教育改革法案做出修改。

一位学生领袖星期三对美国之音说,警察继续把活动人士围困在里伯坦的一座寺庙中。该地位于仰光以北约130公里。

这位学生领袖表示,警察继续威胁说,如果学生们不放弃游行,就要逮捕他们。他说,到目前为止,警察还没有逮捕任何人,活动人士仍坚持自己的要求。

上个月,1千多名学生从曼德勒出发,要求缅甸政府废除一项新的教育改革法。

他们说,这项法律将使缅甸大学遭到集中控制。他们还要求政府增加教育开支,并允许教师和学生组织团体。

Myanmar Student Protests, Police Continue Standoff

A standoff is continuing for a third day between Myanmar police and student protesters who are trying to march to Yangon to demand changes to an education reform bill.

Student leader Thiha Win Tin told VOA on Wednesday that police continue to surround the activists at a monastery in Letpadan, about 130 kilometers north of Yangon.

Speaking by phone from Letpadan, he said police continue to threaten to arrest the students if they try to continue their march. So far, he said police have not made any arrests and that the activists are sticking to their demands.

The group of more than 1,000 students set off from Mandalay last month to demand Myanmar's military-dominated government scrap a new education reform law.

They say the law will centralize control of universities in Myanmar, also known as Burma. They also want more government spending on education as well as the freedom to organize teachers and students.


**奥巴马:内塔尼亚胡未提出任何可行方案**

美国总统奥巴马对以色列总理内塔尼亚胡在美国国会发表的演讲持批评态度。他说,内塔尼亚胡在应对伊朗及其核项目问题上并未提出任何新的选择方案。

奥巴马在白宫椭圆形办公室对记者说,他没有观看内塔尼亚胡在国会两院发表的演讲,但他阅读了演讲稿。

以色列领导人发言时, 奥巴马正在参加与欧洲领导人讨论乌克兰和其他问题的视频会议。奥巴马表示,内塔尼亚胡在演讲中没有提出任何新东西。

奥巴马表示,他同意内塔尼亚胡所说,即美以关系牢不可破以及伊朗政权是危险的。

内塔尼亚胡批评奥巴马试图通过谈判与伊朗达成一项核协议,奥巴马在这一点上做出最强烈的反驳。

奥巴马说: “如何防止伊朗获得核武器,因为这会使它更加危险并让它在该地区发挥更大作用,在这个核心问题上,总理没有提供任何可行的选择方案。”

奥巴马为美国领导的核谈判努力进行辩护。他说,达成一项协议防止伊朗获得用来威胁以色列的核武器是最佳方式。

在内塔尼亚胡访问华盛顿期间,奥巴马不准备同他会晤。

Obama: Netanyahu Offered Nothing New

U.S. President Barack Obama was critical of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before the U.S. Congress, saying the Israeli leader offered no new alternatives on dealing with Iran and its nuclear ambitions.

President Obama told reporters in the Oval Office he did not watch the Israeli leader’s speech to a joint meeting of Congress Tuesday, but he did see the transcript.

“As far as I can tell, there was nothing new,” said Mr. Obama who was taking part in a videoconference with European leaders discussing Ukraine and other issues as the Israeli leader was speaking.

The U.S. leader said he agreed with Mr. Netanyahu when the Israeli prime minister described the U.S.-Israel relationship as unbreakable, and when he called Iran a dangerous regime.

It was on Mr. Netanyahu’s criticism of President Obama’s negotiations for a nuclear deal with Iran that the U.S. leader had the strongest rebuke.

“On the core issue, which is how do we prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, which would make it far more dangerous and would give it scope for even greater action in the region,” President Obama said, “the prime minister didn't offer any viable alternatives.”

President Obama planned no meetings with Mr. Netanyahu during the Israeli leader’s Washington visit.

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