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双语新闻(2015年3月29日)

  • 美国之音

**叙利亚基地组织攻占一重镇伊德利卜**

叙利亚基地组织及其盟友在叙利亚历时4年的冲突中第一次攻占西北部城市伊德利卜。

叙利亚恐怖组织“胜利阵线”率领其它伊斯兰激进武装在四天战斗之后占领了伊德利卜。

“胜利阵线”通过社交媒体宣布了攻占这座城市的消息。

叙利亚官方的通讯社没有报道伊德利卜失陷的消息,只是说为控制这座城市的政府军在进行激烈的战斗。

伊德利卜是叙利亚总统阿萨德的军队在4年冲突中失守的第二个省份首府和大城市。

东北部城市拉卡2013年被包括“胜利阵线”在内的反政府武装攻占。

Syrian al-Qaida seized the city of Idlib

A Syrian al-Qaida group and its allies have seized the Syrian city of Idlib for the first time in the country's four-year conflict.

The al-Nusra Front led other Islamic groups in Saturday's takeover following four days of fighting. The al-Nusra Front announced the capture of the northwestern Syrian city through social media.

Syria's official news agency did not report Idlib's fall, saying the army is fighting "fierce battles" to gain control of the city.

Idlib is the second provincial capital and major urban center lost by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces in the four-year-old conflict.

The northeastern city of Raqqa fell to rebels, including the al-Nusra Front, in 2013.


**突尼斯击毙博物馆袭击主要嫌疑人**
美国之音

突尼斯保安部队说,已经击毙不久前专门针对外国游客、造成多人死伤的博物馆枪杀案的主要嫌疑人。成千上万人走上首都街头谴责极端

主义。

突尼斯国家通讯社说,博物馆袭击案主要嫌疑人罗克曼与其他8人星期六晚上在靠近阿尔及利亚边境加夫萨地区的一次反恐突击行动中被一

起击毙。

突尼斯官员说,隶属于北非基地组织的罗克曼团伙,策划了3月18号的博物馆袭击事件,造成21名外国游客和一名突尼斯警察丧生。

成千上万人星期天走上突尼斯街头,抗议极端暴力行为。法国和意大利等国家的领导人和突尼斯领导人一道参加了从突尼斯政府所在地巴

柏撒顿游行前往巴尔杜国家博物馆的示威活动。

Tunisian Forces Kill Main Suspect in Museum Attack

Tunisian security forces say they have killed the main suspect in the deadly museum attack that targeted foreign tourists, as thousands took to the streets of the capital to denounce extremism.

Tunisia's state news agency TAP says Abou Sakhr Lokman was killed, along with eight others, late Saturday during an anti-terrorist operation in the Gafsa region near the Algerian border.

Officials say Lokman's group, which is affiliated with the North African branch of al-Qaida, organized the March 18 attack on the Bardo museum that left 21 foreign tourists and a Tunisian policeman dead.

On Sunday, tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Tunis to protest extremist violence in the country.

Leaders from several countries, including France and Italy, joined Tunisian leaders for the march from the seat of government at Bab Es-Saadoun to the museum.

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