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中国时间: 06:37 2016年12月05日星期一

双语新闻 (2015年7月28日)

  • 美国之音

**马来西亚总理改组内阁**

马来西亚总理纳吉布免除了副总理和总检察长的职务。纳吉布由于严重欺诈指控而面临越来越大的压力。

纳吉布星期二发表电视讲话,宣布免除副总理毛希丁的职务。毛希丁是纳吉布最激烈的批评者之一。

早些时候,马来西亚政府发表声明说,总检察长帕泰尔由于“健康原因”而被免职。此前帕泰尔一直在协助调查纳吉布总理是否从一项政府投资项目中收取了七亿多美元。

纳吉布否认自己有任何不当行为,并暗示腐败指控是针对马来西亚长期执政联盟的“政治破坏”。

Scandal-Hit Malaysian PM Reshuffles Cabinet

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is under increasing pressure because of serious fraud allegations, has fired his deputy and attorney general.

In a televised address Tuesday, Mr. Najib announced the dismissal of Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, who had been one of his fiercest critics.

Earlier, a government statement said Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail was terminated because of "health reasons."

Patail had helped lead an investigation into whether the prime minister received over $700 million from the government-owned 1MBD investment fund.

Mr. Najib has denied any wrongdoing and has suggested that the corruption allegations are part of a "political sabotage" against Malaysia's longtime ruling coalition.


**奥巴马:非洲进步取决于发展与民主**

美国总统奥巴马在结束非洲之行前的告别讲话中赞扬非洲取得的非凡成就,但他同时指出,只有通过继续发展和让所有的人享有民主,这种进展才能够持续下去。

奥巴马没有点名中国,但强调了美国与其他投资非洲国家之间的不同。他说,经济关系不仅仅是其他国家用外国工人在非洲修建基础设施或开采非洲的自然资源。真正的经济伙伴应当对非洲有利,为非洲人创造就业机会和能力。这就是美国给予的伙伴关系。

白宫宣布,美国准备提供至少4千万美元,用于与东非反恐相关的援助项目。

奥巴马星期一对记者说,埃塞俄比亚在打击索马里激进组织青年党的斗争中发挥了重要作用。

Obama: Africa’s Progress Dependent on Development, Democracy

In his farewell speech capping a historic trip to Kenya and Ethiopia, U.S. President Barack Obama hailed Africa's extraordinary progress, while noting that such progress can only be sustained through continued development and democracy for all.

While not naming China, Mr. Obama emphasized what sets the United States apart in its investment in Africa. “Economic relationships cannot simply be about other countries building infrastructure with foreign labor or extracting Africa’s natural resources. Real economic partnerships have to be a good deal for Africa—they have to create jobs and capacity for Africans. That’s the kind of partnership America offers,” he said.

The White House announced the United States intends to provide at least $40 million in assistance related to countering violent extremism in East Africa.

Obama told reporters Monday Ethiopia has played a vital role in fighting the Somali militant group Al-Shabab.

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