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中国时间: 19:57 2016年12月11日星期日

双语新闻 (2015年7月22日)

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**艾未未称从当局取回被收护照**

2015年7月22日中国艺术家著名异议人士艾未未在北京手持护照

2015年7月22日中国艺术家著名异议人士艾未未在北京手持护照

中国艺术家、著名异议人士艾未未取回了4年前被当局收走的护照。

57岁的艾未未在社交媒体网站Instagram发布了他手持护照的照片,并写到:“今天,我拿到了护照”。艾未未没有说当局为什么把护照还给他。

艾未未表示希望前往德国,但目前还不确定他什么时候能够出国。

艾未未2011年被捕,被拘留了近三个月,护照被没收。当局后来以逃税的罪名对他罚款240万美元。他说,这是因为他直言不讳地批评执政的共产党。
艾未未因设计2008年奥运会使用的北京鸟巢体育场,而在国际上出名。

China Returns Passport to Artist, Critic Ai Weiwei

Four years after his passport was seized by Beijing authorities, Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has gotten it back.

The 57-year-old artist and government critic made the announcement Wednesday on the social media site Instagram (https://instagram.com/p/5bdSb1qD6e/?taken-by=aiww), posting a photo of himself holding up the document, with a simple caption reading "Today, I received a passport." He offered no explanation as to why his passport was given back to him.

Ai Weiwei says he would like to travel to Germany, but it is uncertain how long it will be before he can travel outside of China.

His passport was taken from him in 2011 when he was arrested and detained for nearly three months. He was later fined $2.4 million for tax evasion, which he says was leveled against him because of his outspoken criticism of the ruling Communist government.

Ai Weiwei rose to international prominence after designing Beijing's Bird Nest Stadium for the 2008 Olympic Games.


**土耳其阻止传播恐袭照片封锁推特**

土耳其宣布封锁推特,以防止有人在推特上传播星期一苏鲁奇爆炸的照片。爆炸造成至少31人死亡。

土耳其官员说,有关图像被删除后将解除禁令。

目前还没有人出面为星期一的自杀炸弹袭击承担责任,但土耳其官员说,有充分理由认为这是伊斯兰国激进分子所为。

Turkey Blocks Twitter In Response to Suruc Attack

Turkey says it has blocked access to Twitter to prevent the broadcast of photos of Monday's bombing in Suruc, in which at least 31 people died.

Turkish officials said the ban will be lifted once images related to the attack have been removed.

No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's suicide bombing, although Turkish officials say they have strong reasons to believe it was perpetrated by Islamic State militants.

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