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**也门胡塞武装继续推进 俄罗斯呼吁暂停空袭**

尽管沙特阿拉伯为首的联军不断发动空袭,但是也门胡塞反政府武装星期天仍然在南部城市亚丁继续推进。

法新社报道,反政府武装在亚丁占领穆阿拉区的省政府所在地,包括省长办公室。

俄罗斯和国际红十字会要求沙特阿拉伯暂停对胡塞武装的军事打击,以便能安全地向平民运送救援品和撤出外国人。

俄罗斯星期六在应其要求举行的联合国安理会紧急会议上提交决议草案,要求暂停空袭。俄罗斯决议草案要求沙特为首的逊尼派联盟在对

也门什叶派反政府武装空袭中实行“定期和强制性的”暂停。

国际红十字会在日内瓦呼吁立即终止也门的敌对行动。红十字会说,该组织的救援品运送行动受阻。

担任本月安理会轮值主席的约旦驻联合国大使说,安理会成员国希望星期一就俄罗斯的提案做出决定。

Rebels Make Gains in Yemen

Houthi rebels in Yemen continue to gain ground in the southern city of Aden Sunday, despite a Saudi-led airstrike campaign.

The French News Agency reports the rebels have taken the provincial government headquarters, including the governor's office, in Aden's Mualla district.

Russia and the International Committee of the Red Cross want Saudi Arabia to pause its military campaign against the Houthi rebels to allow for safe deliveries of civilian aid and the evacuation of foreigners.

The Russian plea came Saturday during an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council called by Moscow. A Russian draft proposal demands "regular and obligatory" pauses in airstrikes by the Saudi-led Sunni coalition battling Shi'ite rebels in Yemen.

In Geneva, the Red Cross also called for an immediate break in hostilities, saying its aid shipments are being blocked.

Jordan's U.N. ambassador, Dina Kawar, said Council members hope to reach a decision on the Russian-backed resolution by Monday. She spoke in her role as this month's president of the Council.


**肯尼亚悼念大学血案丧生者**

肯尼亚民众在基督教复活节期间悼念索马里青年党激进分子星期四在加里萨大学学院杀死的148名遇难者,星期天在全国各地举行了悼念活

动。

与此同时,肯尼亚保安部队负责人为袭击事件中特种部队的表现辩护。

法新社报道,事件发生后至少7个小时后,特种部队才从首都内罗毕乘飞机抵达屠杀现场,而其他保安部队已经与激进分子交火了数小时。

还有消息说,一些驾车365公里赶到现场的记者也比特种部队先到。几家肯尼亚报纸星期天对政府的反应提出强烈批评。

肯尼亚总统肯雅塔在索马里青年党主要针对基督徒的血腥袭击后星期六呼吁全国团结。


Kenyans Mourn University Victims During Easter Services

Kenyans dedicated Easter services to the 148 victims of Thursday's massacre by al-Shabab militants at a university.

Ceremonies were held across Kenya Sunday in memory of those killed at Garissa University College.

Meanwhile, Kenya's security chief defended the response by special forces to the attacks.

The French News Agency reports that it took at least seven hours for special forces to arrive at the scene of the massacre after flying from the capital, Nairobi, hours after other security personnel fought with the militants. Some journalists who drove the same 365-kilometer distance are reported to have arrived before the special forces. Several

Kenyan newspapers on Sunday were strongly critical of the government's response.

On Saturday, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta called for unity after the massacre by al-Shabab, which targeted mostly Christians.

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