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英国内阁日前爆出"报销门"丑闻,《每日电讯报》率先披露13名内阁成员涉嫌利用议员身份,骗取额外补贴。"骗补"人数大约占内阁成员一半,其中包括现任首相戈登·布朗。然而随着事件的深入调查,英国民众发现,涉嫌滥用公款的并不止这13人,"报销门"已经迅速扩散至整个工党内阁。此事在英国社会掀起轩然,势必令民望下滑的执政工党政府再面临舆论压力。 Pakistan says it will leave a curfew in the Swat Valley on Sunday to allow civilians to leave the area. The army is mounting an offensive against Taliban militants. ed Nations says more than half a million have fled their homes but many are trapped in the area and can not escape.New President of South Africa Jacob Zuma has warned that the country can not escape the global recession and faces difficult economic times ahead. He was speaking after being swore in as the fourth president of the South Africa since the end of the protest.Two Labor MPs have said they are considering taking legal action against the Daily Telegraph, the publishing in accurate details about their expenses claimed. The newspaper says Margaret Moran claimed money for a second home that was not in London or her loot contingency. And the Immigration Minister Phil Woola was reimbursed for women's clothing and nappies, both were denied any wrong doing. 05/69413乌鲁木齐新疆医科大学校医院激光祛斑多少钱Bullies - especially aggressively hostile girls - are a topic of major interest to Rosalind Wiseman.欺凌霸王,特别是具有侵犯性敌视行为的女孩子,这是教育家罗萨琳德·怀斯曼关心的主题。In her non-fiction best-sellers, "Queen Bees amp; Wannabes," and "Queen Bee Moms amp; Kingpin Dads," the educator explored the way adolescent girls relate to the world and how parents relate to their teenagers.她撰写的非小说类畅销书《 蜂后与跟屁虫》和 《 蜂后妈与王者爸》,探讨了青春期女孩适应世界的方法,以及父母如何和自己的青少年孩子相处。Wiseman continues the conversation about teenage bullying in the form of a young adult novel, "Boys, Girls and Other Hazardous Materials," which deals with best friends, high school, loyalty and doing the right thing.现在,她又利用她的专长写了一部关于好友、高中、忠诚和规矩的小说。在小说《女孩 、男孩和其它有害东西 》中,怀斯曼继续谈到青少年欺凌问题。她解释了她这次把这个问题写成小说的原因。"Ironically I discovered, which many authors do, that you can really speak about the truth much more easily in fiction than you do in non-fiction," says Wiseman, explaining why she decided to write fiction this time around. "I was also curious about how to share the stories that kids have told me for the last several years that I’ve never been able to share in non-fiction because it would reveal who they were or where they come from."怀斯曼说:“具有讽刺意味的是,我发现,写小说比写非小说更容易讲出实情,其他作者也有同样的发现。我很好奇如何分享过去几年孩子们告诉我的故事,这些故事我无法在非小说里分享,因为这么做会透露孩子们的身份和故事的出处。”The story opens as Charlie, 13, leaves middle school - and some bad experiences - behind her. Charlie’s friends bully another girl during a school trip and Charlie tries to stay out of it.小说故事从13岁的查丽展开,查丽马上就要初中毕业了,但是留下很多不好的记忆。比如有一次,查丽的两个朋友在学校组织的旅行过程中欺负另外一个女孩子尼迪。查里努力不被卷入其中。"They get roomed together and Charlie’s two other friends start to become incredibly mean to Nidhi because they wanted to invite boys to the room and Nidhi says you know, ‘No way.’ It gets really bad and Charlie does nothing," says Wiseman. "Her neutral stance doesn’t really look neutral. It looks like she is siding with the girls who were being mean and racist." 怀斯曼说:“她们被安排同住一个房间,查丽的两个朋友开始恶待、欺负尼迪,原因是她们希望邀请男孩子来这里,而尼迪坚决反对。当时的情况非常糟糕,查丽什么都没做。她的中立立场看上去一点都不中立,反而象是和那两个恶劣并有种族偏见的女孩子站在一边。”201102/125316乌鲁木齐伤疤激光多少钱Afghan Provincial Official Assassinated阿富汗地方官员遭暗杀 There is continuing violence in southern Afghanistan, where a resurgent Taliban is continuing to carry out strikes against civilians. 阿富汗南部的暴力活动在持续进行。暴乱集团塔利班继续在当地袭击平民。A Kandahar provincial official and his bodyguard on their way to work were shot dead by two gunmen on a motorbike. Dost Mohammad Arghestani headed the labor and social affairs department.  坎大哈省官员阿吉斯塔尼和他的保镖在上班的路上被两名骑托车的武装分子开打死。阿吉斯塔尼当时正前往劳动和社会事务部。The killing is similar to the September 28 assassination of Kandahar's most senior policewoman. The Taliban claimed responsibility for shooting her. 这起谋杀事件和9月28号坎大哈最资深的女警察被暗杀的事件很相似。塔利班声称对杀这名女警察承担责任。Along with Taliban rebels, organized criminal gangs, including the drug mafia, are also blamed for killings there.  除了塔利班叛乱分子外,包括毒品集团在内的有组织的犯罪团伙,也在那里从事杀人行径。The assassinations are a challenge to President Hamid Karzai, up for re-election next year, to convince Afghans that they are better off than they were before the Taliban were driven from power.  这些暗杀事件在明年选举前对卡尔扎伊总统说来是个挑战,他难以说阿富汗人他们的生活比塔利班时期改善了。The major complaint of the Afghan public is despite democracy, a massive international military presence, and billions of dollars of foreign aid, security is deteriorating and official corruption is rampant.  阿富汗民众主要的抱怨是,安全局势恶化和官员腐败猖獗,尽管有民主、有大规模国际军事力量驻守境内,以及数十亿美元的外国援助。Responding to the assassination in Kandahar, presidential spokesman Humayun Hamidzada says the Afghan government is doing all it can to protect its public servants.  总统发言人哈米德扎达在对坎大哈的暗杀事件作出回应时说,阿富汗政府正在尽全力保护公职人员。"Unfortunately we have enemies who are sworn or determined to destroy the way of life," he said. "They are determined to destroy what we have achieved in the past six years. And by attacking civilians cowardly they are showing one more time that they are purely terrorists and that they have no mission." 他说:“不幸的是,我们的敌人誓言或者下定决心要摧毁我们的生活方式。他们决心要破坏我们过去6年取得的成绩。而且他们采用的袭击平民的懦夫方式,再次显示他们纯粹是恐怖分子,而且他们没有所追求的使命。”Police in the southern province of Uruzgan say nine people, including two children, riding in a small bus died when their vehicle hit an explosive device. Police blame the Taliban and say the bomb was likely planted to attack NATO troops who frequently use the road.  警察说,在南部省份乌鲁兹甘,9名小客车乘客在他们的车辆撞上一个爆炸装置时丧身,其中包括2名儿童。警察认为是塔利班所为,他们说,炸弹可能原来是用来袭击经常使用这条道路的北约军队的。NATO said in a statement that three of its soldiers were killed Tuesday in eastern Afghanistan when a roadside bomb went off near their vehicle. Kandahar province has been wracked by increasing violence.  北约在声明中说,星期二在阿富汗东部,当一枚路边炸弹在北约军队的车辆附近爆炸时,3名北约士兵被炸死。坎大哈省一直受日益增多的暴力活动的困扰。Afghan Defense Minister Abdul Rahim Wardak says the rise in attacks by insurgents has made 2008 the bloodiest year since the ouster of the Taliban seven years ago. 阿富汗国防部长瓦尔达克说,暴乱分子更为频繁地进行袭击,使得2008年成为塔利班下台七年来死亡人数最多的一年。 General Wardak partly blames foreign insurgents driven out of Iraq and other countries by coalition forces. But he is expressing confidence that the enemy - whom he acknowledges are becoming better trained and equipped - cannot sustain their operations against a growing Afghan National Army and the massive foreign military presence. 瓦尔达克认为,部分根源在于被联军从伊拉克等地赶出来的外国暴乱分子。他承认敌人的训练和装备都在改进,但是他相信,有日益成长的阿富汗国家军队和大规模外国军事力量的驻守,敌人维持不了针对阿富汗的袭击行动。200810/52848Volunteers equipped with nothing more than digital cameras are taking part in an unusual bee hunt.It's part of an environmental study that has amateur photographers documenting the impact of climate change, pollution and other factors on the interplay between plants and the creatures that pollinate them.Freeze frameBees pollinate billion worth of fruits, nuts and a variety of row crops each year in the ed States.Yet recent declines in the population of these essential insects threaten the lucrative agricultural industry.Sam Droege, a researcher at the US Geological Survey's Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, is examining possible causes for the bee decline. Working with an online environmental encyclopedia called, "Discover Life," Droege has helped organize the Bee Hunt study.Bee hunters across the ed States take pictures of pollinators and the plants they pollinate, and then upload them to the "Discover Life" website. The online database keeps track of trends in pollinator populations that show the effects of climate change, pollution or invasive species. Tracking pollinator populationsDroege's lab is filled with boxes of dead bees at various stages of identification, but the part of his job he seems to really enjoy is being outside hunting for live bees.After a short, bumpy car ride, Droege stops at a small grassy field filled with milkweed, Canada thistle and bees. He feels there is an urgent need for a large sampling of pollinator populations across the ed States."There's no bureau census of bees," he says. "So we are trying to create that in any way possible. There's not a lot of funding, so having citizens collect that kind of information would be advantageous."Information on the status of pollinators helps researchers understand exactly how factors, such as disease or pollution, impact the numbers of these important insects.Bee huntersAmateur naturalists begin their bee hunts by noting the time of day and location they are photographing.Once they find some bees, or other pollinating insects such as wasps, butterflies and beetles, it's time to pull out the camera and get some good close-ups. The volunteers upload the photos to the "Discover Life" website, where free online tools and experts are available to help identify the insects and the plants they're pollinating.So far, 50 bee hunters across the U.S. have contributed to the database. Stephanie Urquhart took pictures of pollinators in the state of Oklahoma. She became interested in the study when she first heard that bees were disappearing due to an occurrence called colony collapse disorder."My family, my father and my grandfather, they were beekeepers. And so when I heard that news, I knew what that meant. And it really scared me." Urquhart began researching colony collapse disorder and learned that, as far back as 1996, about 40 percent of the nation's wild pollinators had disappeared. "That includes bees, bats, butterflies, moths, the whole gamut."In addition to her desire to help scientists understand what is causing this pollinator decline, Urquhart also uses Bee Hunt as part of her home-schooling routine with her two young daughters. For all three of them, she says, this is a way to have a positive impact on the world."With digital photography, and the internet, now people can get directly involved with this - with climate, with wildlife issues, conservation, whatever. And really contribute something meaningful, and learn about themselves and start to understand where they live and how they can interact with their environment."Hope for the futureFostering that community involvement in research is exactly why University of Georgia researcher John Pickering founded "Discover Life," and created Bee Hunt. With the study gaining momentum now that it has full funding, Pickering is excited to see what the data will tell us, and how we can use it."I don't look at doom and destruction in our future," he says. "I really feel that if we work together, network together, collect the data that we need as a society, we can really understand and better manage this planet."Droege says combining data from multiple Bee Hunts can create an impressive database showing the status of pollinators today. It would also provide a valuable environmental baseline for understanding changes in the years to come."It's the foundation for all information to come. It'll be compared to, used over and over. We know that there were these kinds of bees and these kinds of critters on flowers at this time and this place. Twenty years later, 100 years later, you can go back and look at that again and you have the original data right there. You can look at it." 一些只带着数码相机的义工正在参与一项不寻常的环境研究。 这个“寻觅蜜蜂计划”要求业余摄影家们记录下气候变化、污染和其它因素对植物和传播花粉的蜜蜂之间相互作用所造成的影响。 在美国,蜜蜂每年为价值100亿美元的果实、坚果和其它作物传授花粉。 可是,最近蜜蜂数量的减少,威胁到这些收益良好的农副产品的生产。 为了找出导致蜜蜂数量下降的可能原因,德罗基利用网上环境百科全书“发现生命”,组织起一个叫作“寻找蜜蜂”的研究项目。美国各地的寻蜂者拍摄传授花粉的昆虫和接受花粉传授的植物照片,并且将这些照片上载到“发现生命”网站。网路资料追踪因为气候变化、污染或外来物种入侵造成的传授花粉昆虫数量的变化趋势。山姆·德罗基的实验室里摆满了盒子,里面装着不同时期死亡的蜜蜂。这是他为美国地质调查局的“本土蜜蜂清查监测实验室”所做的工作。在这个工作当中,他最喜欢的是到野外寻找活着的蜜蜂。德罗基在崎岖道路上开了一小段路,然后停在一小片长满了紫云英和加拿大蓟荆、蜜蜂飞舞的草地上。他说,现在急需大范围采集全国各地传授花粉昆虫的样品: 业余自然生物学家开始寻蜂作业时,要记下来他们拍摄照片的日期、时间和地点。 一旦他们找到了蜜蜂或者其它传授花粉的昆虫,例如黄蜂、蝴蝶、甲虫等,就马上拿出相机,拍摄近距离特写。最后,义工们将照片上载到“发现生命”网站,由专家们确认昆虫的种类和接受花粉传播的植物。 目前,全美国有50名寻蜂者为这个资料库提供资讯。奥克拉荷马州的斯特凡尼·厄克特是听说蜜蜂消失的消息后,开始对这项研究发生兴趣的。 她说:“我父亲和祖父都是从事养蜂的。所以,我听到这个消息时,我知道那意味着什么,我非常担心。所以我开始研究蜂群的反常消失和潜在的原因。我发现,早在1996年,我们就失去了百分之40的野生授粉昆虫,包括蜜蜂、蝙蝠、蝴蝶、飞蛾等等。” 除了希望协助科学家了解授粉昆虫数量减少的原因,厄克特还把寻找蜜蜂作为她的两个小女儿家庭教育的内容。她说,这是她们母女三人能够为这世界做出积极贡献的途径:  “由于数码摄影和网路,人们现在可以直接参与气象、野生生物、环境保育等许多问题,并且做出有意义的贡献,学习并了解自己居住的地方,以及如何与环境互动。” 促进社区参与研究工作,这正是乔治敦大学学者约翰·皮克林创立“发现生命”网站和开始“寻找蜜蜂”项目的初衷。随着研究工作渐入佳境和有了充裕的经费,皮克林现在非常希望知道这些数据将揭示什么,和我们如何去利用这些数据。 皮克林说:“我不认为前途一片黑暗。我确实觉得,如果我们一起努力,一起建立我们的网络,收集我们作为一个社会所需要的资讯,我们就能够懂得地球,懂得如何把地球治理得更好。”201007/110053新疆中医学院附属医院点痣多少钱

乌鲁木齐米东区去鼻唇沟多少钱乌市医科大学附属医院祛疤多少钱British women take four times as long to get y for work on Mondays than on Fridays, while men also put less effort into their appearance as the week goes on, according to research by retail chain Debenhams.On average, women spend 76 minutes getting y on Mondays -- with almost a third of that spent on their hair -- 18 minutes on make-up, 16 minutes trying on different combinations of clothes and the rest taken up by showering and washing.This is reduced to 40 minutes on Tuesdays and continues to decline as the week goes on, falling to 19 minutes on Fridays."Make the most of looking at your work colleagues on a Monday morning, because that's as good as they're going to get," said Debenhams spokesman Ed Watson.But it is not just women who put more effort into making a good impression on work colleagues at the start of the week.Men too let their standards suffer with each passing day, the survey of 1,000 customers by Debenhams' personal shopper network found. They take 28 minutes on Monday, half that on Tuesday and 11 for the rest of the week."It's clear that most men can only pay attention to their appearance for a maximum of two days before opting for an acceptable level of dishevelment," said Watson."Women try to keep their dress standards higher for longer, but by the time Friday comes, they too have gone down a line of least resistance."Vocabulary:make the most of: to use to greatest advantage; utilize fully(充分利用,尽情享受)dishevelment:the state or quality of being disheveled(蓬乱,凌乱)a line of least resistance:最容易的途径;最便当的方法背单词 — 装英语词汇201006/106405As helicopters loomed overhead and scores of police were on standby, the atmosphere was that of expectation. Russian news sources reported that thousands would take part in Saturday's commemoration of the death of Yegor Sviridov, 28, a Muscovite and Spartak football team supporter. For an hour people gathered with red carnations at the nearest Metro station before walking down to the place where Sviridov was killed on December 5.直升飞机在上空盘旋,几十名警察就地待命,气氛十分凝重。俄罗斯新闻来源报道说,数千人将会参加纪念斯维里多夫遇害的集会。28岁的俄罗斯人斯维里多夫是莫斯科斯巴达克队的足球迷。人们手持红色康乃馨在离斯维里多夫遇难地点最近的地铁站里聚集了一个小时,然后前往斯维里多夫12月5号遇难的地点。Most of those present were young nationalists and when asked why they were there, they said it was not because they knew Sviridov, but because he was Russian. One young man, Nikita told VOA he was there because he thought that the killing of a Russian was not acceptable.参加纪念活动的多数都是年轻的民族主义分子,当问到他们为什么来这里参加集会时,他们说并不是因为他们认识斯维里多夫,而是因为他们也是俄罗斯人。一个名叫尼吉塔的青年对美国之音说,他参加这次活动是因为他认为杀害俄罗斯人是不能接受的。He said that it was especially wrong to kill a Russian because Russians were natives.他说,特别是杀害俄罗斯人,那完全是错误的,因为俄罗斯人是这里的主人。One teenager who was there with a group of friends said that he was there because he felt a discrimination against Russians. He said if any Caucasian shouts glory to their country - then he is considered a patriot. But if we shout "Russia for the Russians," we break 282 clause of the criminal code, which forbids incitement of racial hatred. Why can't we shout Russia for the Russians if this is how it is?一组十几岁的青少年中的一个小伙子说,他来参加活动是因为他认为俄罗斯人受到了歧视。他说,如果一个高加索人高呼他的国家万岁,那么他被认为是一个爱国主义者,但如果我们喊“俄罗斯属于俄罗斯人”那么就违反了刑事法282条这个禁止煽动种族仇恨的条款。但如果这样,为什么我们不能高喊俄罗斯是俄罗斯人的口号呢?The event was peaceful, but with a large police presence. Expectations of violence followed the mass demonstration of around 5,000 Russian nationalists last December on Manezhnaya Square in central Moscow. That event left over 30 injured and sp fear that more of the same was to come.这次纪念活动是和平进行的,但是有大批警察在场。12月在莫斯科市中心马涅什广场有多达5000名民族主义人士参加的示威行动之后发生了暴力行动。那次事件导致30多人受伤,人们担心更多的类似事件还会发生。Prime Minister Vladimir Putin met with football fans to appeal for calm after December's riots.12月的暴乱之后俄罗斯总理普京会见了足球迷,呼吁安定。201101/123621新疆阿克苏市第一人民医院去眼袋多少钱Tonight on Best Kept Secrets, we go inside one of the world's most secretive crime-fighting organizations, the Federal Bureau of Investigation. How does the FBI solve cases like the Oklahoma City bombing?Unfortunately in the ed States, it's very easy to build a bomb, all the components are verily available whether it be from a hardware store or a hobby store. He revealed the secrets of the FBI's Explosives , plus how the FBI foiled this gang's murderous plan to destroy an oil refinery? "My incentive of going to FBI was to save lives."And can this criminal profiler help the FBI catch a cold-blooded murderer?There was an indentation on one side of the face and not the other and there was a furrow in the brow.Plus the high-tech spy gadget that the FBI use to track down a band of dangerous cyber crooks. With the magic box, we're able to see all the things that they were sending back and forth each other, ah, all the computer systems that Calvin was hacking into. And the FBI confronts the most heavily armed militia that US law enforcement has ever faced. As we reveal the secret strategies of an FBI crisis negotiator. If we can negotiate a person now, it's much better than have to go in and drag him out, maybe shoot him. These stories are straight ahead on Best Kept Secrets. There's nothing mysterious about the manner in which the Federal Bureau of Investigation works. Its formula is a simple one: intensive training, carefully investigated and highly efficient personnel plus rigid requirement in regard to conduct, intelligence and integrity. G-men, tommy guns, public enemy No.1. Since 1908, the FBI has enforced provision and waged bloody battles with the likes of "Baby Face" Nelson and John Dillinger. Under a legendary chief J. Edgar Hoover, the bureau created the nation's first crime-fighting laboratory and developed the field of forensic science. And today the FBI employs 23,000 agents, the largest crime-fighting force in the nation. FBI, come out, put your hands up. Its headquarters is located here, in the heart of Washington DC, in a building that occupies an entire city block. Behind these close doors, agents use the latest in science and technology to combat crimes ranging from domestic terrorism to cyber crime. Put your hands behind your back. 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