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中国时间: 19:04 2016年12月05日星期一

双语新闻 (2015年5月20日)

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**缅甸表示愿为船民提供帮助**

缅甸表示,愿意帮助在海上漂流的成千上万移民和人口走私活动的受害者。此前缅甸因其在东南亚船民危机中所扮演的角色而招致国际间的批评。

缅甸外交部星期三发表声明说,缅甸对船民们的苦难和生命危险深感关切。大部分船民是缅甸和孟加拉国的罗兴亚人。

缅甸外交部的声明说:“缅甸已经准备为所有在海上受苦受难的人提供人道援助。”声明还说,缅甸当局正在采取措施,防止人口走私和非法移民活动,包括空军和海军进行定期巡逻。

船民危机从本月早些时候开始,当时泰国切断了长期以来走私罗兴亚人的运作网络。蛇头出逃,听任成千上万船民在海上漂流。

Myanmar 'Ready to Help' Stranded Boat People

Myanmar, which has received international criticism for its role in Southeast Asia's migrant crisis, now says it is ready to help the thousands of migrants and human trafficking victims stranded at sea.

A foreign ministry statement on Wednesday said Myanmar is deeply concerned "with the sufferings and life-threatening fate" of the so-called boat people, mostly minority Rohingya from Myanmar and Bangladesh.

"Myanmar stands ready to provide humanitarian assistance to anyone who suffered in the sea," said the statement, which added "serious efforts" are being taken to prevent human trafficking and illegal migration, including regular air force and navy patrols.

The crisis began earlier this month when Thailand disrupted longstanding human trafficking networks that targeted Rohingya. The people smugglers fled, leaving thousands of boat people adrift at sea.


**加拿大拘留涉嫌企图加入伊斯兰国的十名青年**

加拿大警方在蒙特利尔主要机场拘留了10名年轻人,他们涉嫌准备出国加入伊斯兰国激进组织。

加拿大皇家骑警星期二晚间说,上周末在蒙特利尔的特鲁多国际机场采取了逮捕行动,并收缴了被拘留者的护照。

有关当局说,被拘留者的亲友正在接受询问,但尚未提出起诉。

加拿大警方发表声明,要求媒体尊重这些年轻人家庭的隐私,并指出他们的家人正在努力应对他们的行为,处境非常艰难。

加拿大当局一直对年轻人出国加入伊斯兰国组织保持警觉。目前伊斯兰国控制着伊拉克和叙利亚的大片地区。据信今年1月有六名加拿大青年前往土耳其,准备从那里去叙利亚加入伊斯兰国组织。

自那时以来,加拿大当局逮捕了涉嫌试图出国加入圣战组织的几名年轻人。

Canada Detains 10 Youths Suspected of Jihadist Ambitions

Canadian police have detained 10 young people at Montreal's main airport on suspicion of their preparing to travel overseas to join the Islamic State militant group.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said late Tuesday that they made the arrests last weekend at Montreal's Trudeau International Airport and withdrew the passports of the detainees.

Authorities said the families and friends of the detainees are being interviewed but no charges have been filed yet.

In a statement, the police asked the media to respect the privacy of the young people's families, noting that they are going through "very difficult times" as they try to cope with their children's actions.

Canadian authorities have been on alert for young people leaving the country to travel overseas and join the Islamic State, which controls territory in Iraq and Syria. A half-dozen young Canadians are believed to have traveled to Turkey in January, en route to Syria to join the group.

Since then, officials have arrested several other youths on suspicion of trying to travel overseas to join jihadist groups.

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