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中国时间: 23:09 2016年12月07日星期三

双语新闻 (2015年9月6日)

  • 美国之音

**韩国包租船只沉没造成死亡**

星期六夜间,韩国发生了一起沉船事件,至少有八人丧生。这起沉船事件发生在韩国东南部海岸,出事的是一艘包租渔船。

韩国海岸警卫队表示,出事的那艘重量为九吨的渔船名字叫作”海豚”,星期天早间在韩国著名的旅游景点济州岛附近被发现。在那之前几个小时,这艘渔船同海

事部门失去了联络。韩国海岸警卫队表示,到目前为止,已经打捞上来三个人,并且已经将这三个人用飞机送到附近一家医院。

这三人当中,有一人对韩国媒体表示,出事的渔船是由于抵不住汹涌的波涛,在瞬间翻了船的。他还说,他和其他几位幸存者爬到了翻了的船上面,紧紧抓住不放,10多个小时之后,终于被救起. 。

根据记录,有22名旅客登记在船上,但是其中至少有四名乘客并没有上船。韩国方面目前已经动用了几十艘军用和民用船只在出事地点找寻其他的幸存者.。

韩国媒体报道说,韩国总统朴槿惠已经下令各级官员尽一切可能找寻并解救目前处于失踪状态的那些乘客。

Fatalities in Sinking of South Korean Charter Boat

At least eight people are dead after a fishing charter boat capsized off the southeastern South Korean coast late Saturday night.

The South Korean coast guard says the nine-ton boat named Dolphin was found Sunday morning near the resort island of Jeju, hours after it lost contact with maritime officials. The coast guard says three people have been rescued and flown to a nearby hospital.

One survivor told Yonhap news agency that the boat capsized "in an instant" due to strong waves. He said he and other survivors climbed on top of the capsized boat and held on for more than 10 hours before being rescued.

A manifest showed 22 passengers traveling on the Dolphin, but at least four of those listed were not onboard at the time of the accident.

Dozens of military and civilian ships are searching the surrounding area for more survivors.

Yonhap says South Korean President Park Geun-hye has ordered officials to "do everything possible for the search and rescue of the missing."


**奥地利和德国向成千上万移民开放边界**


德国和奥地利星期天在各自国内欢迎成千上万名移民。

绝大多数的移民选择在欧洲最富裕的国家德国寻求庇护。估计星期天结束前,会有8千移民抵达德国。德国官员已经表示,他们今年可以接收多达80万的寻求避难者。

欧盟成员国在面对史无前例的移民涌入的问题上陷入分裂。欧盟外交事务主管莫盖里尼警告说,移民潮会“存在下去”,呼吁采取团结一致的做法,对移民问题做出有效回应。

教皇方济各星期天号召“欧洲的每个教区,每个宗教社区,每个修道院,每个教堂”都接待收留一个难民家庭。

教皇告诉在圣彼得广场的朝圣者和游客,梵蒂冈的两个教区将接收两个难民家庭。

与此同时,聚集在土叙边境的难民星期天告诉美国之音,越来越多的新来难民正在直接通过边界,乘坐巴士,开始他们下一阶段前往欧洲的危险旅程。

Austria, Germany Open Borders to Thousands of Migrants

Germany and Austria are welcoming thousands of migrants within their borders Sunday.

Most of the migrants have opted to seek refuge in Germany - Europe's wealthiest country - where an estimated 8,000 are expected to arrive by day's end. German officials have said they will accept as many as 800,000 asylum seekers this year.

European Union countries have been divided amid an unprecedented migrant influx. EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini has warned that the migrant inflow is “here to stay” and called for a unifying European approach to effectively respond to it.

Pope Francis on Sunday called on "every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every sanctuary in Europe" to host a refugee family.

The pontiff told pilgrims and tourists gathered in St. Peter's Square that two parishes in the Vatican will take in two families of refugees.

Meanwhile, refugees on Turkey's border with Syria told VOA Sunday that more and more newcomers are going directly from the borders to buses to begin the next phase of their dangerous journey towards Europe.

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