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厦门思明微格医院光子嫩肤手术多少钱厦门微格网上预约厦门微格去老年斑多少钱 Saudi Arabia Rejects US Appeal to Boost Oil Production布什晤沙特国王增产石油要求遭拒   Saudi Arabia is refusing a U.S. request to increase overall oil production as a way to lower record high energy costs. In Saudi Arabia where U.S. President George Bush met Friday with King Abdullah. 沙特阿拉伯拒绝美国提出的通过增加石油产量来降低创历史新高的能源价格的要求。美国总统布什星期五在沙特阿拉伯与阿卜杜拉国王会晤。It is the second time in four months that President Bush has come to Saudi Arabia asking King Abdullah to boost overall oil production to help drive down U.S. gasoline prices. 这是美国总统布什在四个月里第二次访问沙特阿拉伯。他请求阿卜杜拉国王增加石油产量,帮助降低美国的石油价格。And it is the second time since January that the president got the same answer: No. 这也是自1月以来布什的要求第二次遭到拒绝。Soaring gasoline prices in the ed States are partly to blame for the country's economic slowdown. 美国石油价格飞速上涨是美国经济发展速度减缓的部分原因。Speaking to reporters before this trip, President Bush said he would tell the Saudi king that U.S. gas prices are even higher now than they were in January. He said demand is so high relative to supply that there is just not a lot of excess capacity. 布什在访问沙特阿拉伯之前对记者说,他会告诉阿卜杜拉国王,现在美国的石油价格甚至比1月份的价格还要高。他说,需求量比供给量要高很多,以至于没有多少多余的产油能力。Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi says supply and demand are in balance. He told reporters in Riyahd that the country did boost output by 300,000 barrels a day last week but only to make up for declining production from Venezuela and Mexico. 沙特阿拉伯石油大臣阿里.阿尔耐米说,石油的供应量和需求量是平衡的。他在利雅得对记者说,沙特阿拉伯的确在上星期每天增加了30万桶石油产量,但仅仅是补上委内瑞拉和墨西哥减少的石油产量。Al-Naimi says Saudi Arabia is aly investing billion over the next four years to increase production and is doubling the capacity of a refinery in Texas. "So how much more does Saudi Arabia need to do to satisfy the people who are questioning our oil practices or our oil policy?" he asked. 阿尔耐米说,沙特阿拉伯正在为今后四年增加石油产量、并使在美国德克萨斯州的一家炼油厂的炼油能力增加一倍而投资900亿美元。阿尔纳米说:“沙特阿拉伯还要做多少才能满足那些怀疑我们的石油生产运作和我们的石油政策的人?”U.S. National Security Adviser Steve Hadley says Saudi officials told President Bush that they do not believe an overall increase in production would dramatically reduce prices at U.S. pumps. 美国国家安全顾问哈德利说,沙特阿拉伯官员对布什总统说,他们认为增加石油总产量不会显著降低美国的石油价格。Hadley says Saudi officials argue that higher prices are driven more by uncertainty in the global market and the lack of refining capacity for the quality of oil most ily available. Hadley says the Bush Administration will take that explanation to its own analysts to see if it conforms with what they think. 哈德利说,沙特阿拉伯官员认为,石油价格的上涨更多地是由于人们对全球市场走向不确定,以及缺少提炼最容易获得的那种质量的石油的能力。哈德利说,布什政府将把沙特阿拉伯官员的这种解释转达给美国分析人士,看看这种解释是否和他们的想法一致。 200805/39243Marseille, France Aiming to be Headquarters of Mediterranean Partnership马赛争取成为地中海合作联盟总部   Some 40 heads of state from the Middle East, North Africa and Europe gather in Paris next Sunday to launch a new agreement aimed at reinforcing cooperation between the European Union and non-European nations bordering the Mediterranean. Building up trade and investment ties is a key part of the proposal. 来自中东、北非和欧洲的大约40位国家首脑下星期天在巴黎开会,就加强欧盟跟地中海沿岸非欧盟国家的合作达成一项新的协议。增进相互贸易和投资关系是这项议案的重要内容。The southern seaside city of Marseille has long been known as the gateway to North Africa, which lies just across the sparkling Mediterranean. Now, the colorful, multi-ethnic hub is jostling for a new title as the showcase for a new partnership agreement between the European Union, North African and Middle Eastern countries. 法国南部海滨城市马赛一直是人们熟知的通向北非的大门,她跟引人注目的地中海刚好隔海相望。现在,这个多姿多、种族多元化的枢纽城市正在争夺新的头衔--成为让世人了解欧盟、北非和中东国家新的合作协议的窗口。The city is in the midst of a massive urban renewal project that includes building new housing and office space, revamping blighted neighborhoods and giving its oceanfront a facelift. The overhaul aims to draw new business from across the Mediterranean region - and, politicians like Guy Teissier, hope to make Marseille the obvious choice as headquarters for the new Mediterranean partnership. 马赛正在进行大规模都市改造工程,建新的住宅区,新的办公区,维修破旧不堪的街区,让城市的海滨旧貌换新颜。大规模的城市改造目的是吸引隔海相望的地中海沿海地区到马赛开办新企业,居伊.泰西耶等政界人士还希望让马赛成为地中海新合作夥伴关系的无可非议的总部。Teissier is a French deputy and local mayor, who is also president of Marseille's urban renewal project. 泰西耶是法国议员、市长,也是马赛都市改造工程的领导人。Teissier says Marseille has all it takes to be a leader in the Mediterranean region. It has universities and superb technology and research centers - and its population reflects the diversity of the Mediterranean region. 泰西耶说,马赛具备成为地中海地区领袖的一切条件。她有大学、有上乘的技术和研究中心,而且这座城市的人口也反映了地中海地区的族裔多元化。The new Euro-Mediterranean pact has been championed by President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, which took over the rotating European Union presidency this month. It follows another 1995 agreement called the Barcelona Process, which critics say has not produced much by way of concrete results. 新的欧盟-地中海合作协议一直得到法国总统萨尔科齐的大力持,法国是这个月欧盟轮值主席国。新协议遵循了1995年签署的一项协议,即“巴塞罗那进程”的宗旨,不过批评人士指出,“巴塞罗那进程”并没有产生具体的结果。The new Mediterranean union is also generating criticism. Some consider it vague and aly watered down by Germany's opposition to some of Mr. Sarkozy's objectives. 新的地中海联盟也招致一些批评。有些人认为协议内容含糊不清,并且德国不同意萨尔科齐提出的某些目标,这已经削弱了这份新协议的力度。Countries like Algeria and Libya have expressed reservations about the partnership, and Israel's membership makes the pact politically volatile. Overall, says analyst Clara O'Donnell, of the Center for European Reform in London, the expectations of many Middle Eastern and North African countries have been dashed. 阿尔及利亚、利比亚之类的国家表示对这项合作协议保留意见,而且因为有以色列参加,使得这项协议从政治角度看来很不稳定。总之,伦敦欧盟改革中心的分析人士克拉拉.奥唐纳认为,许多中东和北非国家对这项合作协议所抱的期望遭受了冲击。"They're upset because the way it was sold to them was as a very ambitious proposal," she said. "And they saw it being undermined from within the EU, so they didn't even have a say. 奥唐纳说:“这些国家之所以感到失望是因为当初这项协议是作为一项雄心勃勃的提议来推荐给他们的,他们眼见欧盟内部破坏了这一协议,而他们却根本没有发言权。”Nor does O'Donnell believe the partnership will generate much by way of new trade and investment within the Mediterranean region. 奥唐纳也不相信新的合作协议会在地中海地区创造新的贸易和投资机会。"The one positive thing about it is that it has put the Mediterranean back at the top of the agenda," she added. "It's true that Barcelona [process] was lingering, there was lack of impetus. Now, the Mediterranean is number one again. There is a return of political will." 奥唐纳说:“唯一的积极因素是协议重新把地中海置于议程中的首要地位。巴塞罗那进程的确迟迟没有进展,缺乏动力。现在,地中海国家又重新得到重视,重新恢复了政治意志。”But during a recent visit to Marseille, EU external affairs commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner argued the partnership offered new chances for cooperating in areas like environmental protection, renewable energy and infrastructure programs. 不过欧盟对外关系委员贝妮塔.费雷罗.瓦尔德纳最近访问马赛时认为,新的合作协议为相关国家在环境保护、再生能源以及基础设施项目等领域的合作提供了新的机会。"We have been working on a process call Barcelona," she said. "And now we reinvent, we re-dynamize, we put a new political pulse into this Barcelona process by having the summit every two years. And in between by having meetings by ministers of foreign affairs. And having a co-president - that means a shared responsibility - which wasn't there [before]. And particularly, by regional projects." 瓦尔德纳说:“我们一直在贯彻巴塞罗那进程。现在,我们对这个进程进行更新,重新加强,我们每两年召开一次首脑会议。在每次首脑会议之间,我们将举行外长会议,给巴塞罗那进程加强了政治动力。我们还要设立共同主席,共同承担责任,而以前的巴塞罗那进程没有这个内容。特别在一些地区性项目里没有。”A number of business leaders are also excited about investment and trade potential in the Mediterranean, although they worry about legal and other barriers to investing in southern Mediterranean countries. At a conference in Marseille, they called on members of the new partnership to increase exchanges between European and Mediterranean countries by 10 percent a year and to triple foreign investment by 2020. 尽管一些工商界领袖对在南部地中海国家投资可能会遇到法律等方面的障碍表示担忧,但他们也为地中海地区潜在的投资和贸易机会激动不已。工商界领袖在马赛出席一次大会时呼吁新合作联盟的成员国在2020年之前把欧盟和地中海国家的贸易量每年提高10%,把相互之间的投资提高两倍。For Liat Shaham of Invest in Israel, an Israeli government agency, it means creating business ties in countries where diplomatic relations are rocky. 对于在以色列一个政府投资机构工作的利亚特.沙汉姆来说,这意味着在外交关系冷淡的国家里发展贸易关系。"Right now [there] is not so much investment from Arab countries," Shaham said. "This is part of the project. This project is supposed to bring us together - via the economy, I guess. To build bridges in countries via economic relations." 沙汉姆说:“眼下阿拉伯国家到以色列投资并不多。而这是协议内容的一部分。我猜想这项协议的本意是通过经济活动让我们走到一起,通过建立经济联系弥合国家之间的分歧。”Hanan Jaabiri, 29, of Marseille, who also attended the conference, has big expectations for her new company, Jaabiri Exports. 马赛市29岁的居民哈南.贾布里也出席了这次工商界领袖大会,她对自己新成立的贾布里出口公司寄予厚望。"I met several people from Europe, from the U.S. and from the Gulf who are interested in exporting their goods throughout the region. The main problem is the language. For instance, Spanish exporters are not so able to develop in the Maghreb countries so I help them find customers and partners there and help them increase their presence on the market and get marketers." 贾布里说:“我遇到几位来自欧洲、美国和海湾国家的商人,他们都希望把他们的商品出口到这个地区。主要的难题是语言。比如,西班牙出口商在北非地区的业务发展就比较困难,我就帮助他们在那个地区找到客户和合作者,帮助他们扩大在那里的市场份额,争取客户。”Jaabiri, whose father is Tunisian and whose mother is Spanish - speaks five languages and is a mirror of multi-ethnic Marseille. 贾布里的父亲是突尼斯人,母亲是西班牙人,她可以讲五国语言,是马赛种族多元化的真实写照。Marseille's bid to host the new Mediterranean pact headquarters faces competition. Several countries, including Morocco, Tunisia and Malta, have reportedly expressed interest. Whether Marseille will be the new face of the Mediterranean union - and whether that union will live up to the very high expectations of its supporters - is anybody's guess. 马赛争取成为新地中海合作协议总部的努力遇到挑战。洛哥、突尼斯和马耳他等国家据说也表示有兴趣成为新合作联盟的总部。马赛是否会成为地中海合作联盟的新总部,新联盟是否会实现持者的高期望,谁都说不准。 200807/43499厦门薇格整形医院在哪个区

厦门薇格医疗整形美容医院激光点痣多少钱Katie Couric: In 1927, Time magazine put Charles Lindbergh on the cover of its final edition of the year, called him their "Man of the Year", and a tradition was born. Since then the honor has been bestowed on leaders, presidents and peacemakers. Jim Kelly is Time's Managing Editor and he's here to reveal this year's finalists for "Person of the Year". Matt Lauer: You get nervous since you are gonna say, reveal the actual winner.Jim Kelly: Exactly, when I went here, I didn't sign up for this. Katie Couric: Nice to see you. Listen. I know you've got six finalists and they represent sort of a wide variety of potential people. Let's start with the world of politics. You have two. You have President Bush and Valerie Plame.Jim Kelly: Right, we put President Bush who hasn't had a very good year. But this would not be the first time we put the president on with a bad year. Lyndon Johnson was on in '67 with the war in Vietnam and slab of bad opinion polls. Valerie Plame really interests me because without Valerie Plame there is no Patrick Fitzgerald, there is no Karl Rove in trouble. And I met Valerie Plame for the first time a few months ago. She is an absolutely charming, really interesting person. And that would be an interesting way to tell the story of this year.Matt Lauer: But, but wouldn't it be kind of different? I mean, she didn't do anything on purpose to be put in that position. And shouldn't someone have to initiate some kind of behavior or some kind of action? Jim Kelly: Well, that's fair enough. You could do Patrick Fitzgerald, I suppose. I was just struck by just how unlikely a...a person like Valerie Plame is to be in the part of this whole investigation. Katie Couric: Because she really opened up the floodgates.( Exactly, right.) Speaking of that, Katrina,(Katrina. Yes.) and opening up the floodgates, I mean, I know that obviously, was the domestic story of the year, if not, the decade. (Exactly.) Um, and...and you have put in animated objects on the cover before,(Yes, we have, the computer.) I guess twice, right? The computer. Jim Kelly: Yeah, the computer, I mean we put the planet of earth once on the cover of "Time of the year". Matt Lauer: And when we talk about Katrina, we're talking about the Mother Nature. Jim Kelly: Yes, exactly, exactly, or, also, if you do Mother Nature that you'll also get the tsunami which was of technically late last year but obviously its effects are so felt, to get the terrible earthquake in Pakistan. And on an online poll, most people have voted for Mother Nature. The problem which we're, you know, have struggled with is how do you illustrate Mother Nature for the cover.Katie Couric: You do. You also talk about possibly the...the refugees that resulted from, (Yes.) but, they weren't called refugees (Kind of victims. (Right..) except for that, at the very beginning. But really I guess the homeless and displaced individuals from Katrina. Jim Kelly: Exactly, exactly. And now they sp still all across the country, and there is, as you know, there is hundreds of thousands of them, and it's likely they won't return to New Orleans for months and months. Matt Lauer: And yet we'd like to prognosticate it, (OK) and without Mother Nature you don't have their story, (yes, exactly) so again, I am, well, I'm leaning toward Mother Nature here.Jim Kelly: I see where you are going. (Yeah, right.)Katie Couric: And, and then there are two other personalities. I guessed Oprah is a possibility.Jim Kelly: Well, Oprah is supposed a possibility mostly frankly because the way she responded to Katrina which obviously was very effective. And some leaders have reckoned in and nominated Bono for his work on debt relief. Matt Lauer: Who's gonna be? (....)Katie Couric: Matt Lauer, I nominate Matt Lauer. Matt Lauer: Matt Lauer as Mother Nature. How about that? I tell you can illustrate that on the cover. Jim Kelly: We're gonna use (inaudible), but you would do if you like. (Hey. Jim) (Matt)Matt Lauer: It's not nice to fool with Mother Nature(inaudible).Katie Couric: Anyway, thanks, Jim, we are gonna see you on Monday. ( you bet ) and you actually will reveal your Person of the Year, right here on today. (Yes. I'll be here with Mother Nature.) 200808/46322厦门薇格医院激光祛痣多少钱 (Thanks) very much. The long awaited inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Al-Fayed has begun at the high court in London. The jury will determine how the couple died more than 10 years ago in a car crash in Paris. Two separate investigations by French and British police concluded that the chauffeur Henri Paul had been drinking and was driving too fast. Kief Breeve's report contains flash photography.Amid a crush of media attention, Mohamed al-Fayed arrived at the High Court this morning. He's waited more than a decade for an inquest although he reached his own verdict long ago.I'm hoping for the justice. I'm a father who lost his son and fighting for 10 years. At last we are gonna have a jury from ordinary people and I hope to reach the sol(ution) the decision which I believe that my son and Princess Diana (were) being murdered by the royal family.Ok? Today's inquest follows 2 previous investigations, the French inquiry and then Lord Stevens report, both concluded Diana's death was an accident. This is the man who will chair the inquest. Coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker will sit with a jury of 11 men and women to examine many of the issues surrounding the fatal crash in Paris. The inquest, expected to last up to 6 months, will look at events leading up to the crash. It will investigate the aftermath, Diana's journey to hospital and treatment, whether the driver Henri Paul was over the blood alcohol limit. And it's excepted to examine claims the couple bought an engagement ring on the day of the crash. How they died is not simply a medical issue, it's an issue that involves looking at where they were going? What they'd been doing? How they were travelling? All those sorts of things, and there will be a degree of controversy at the inquest as to how extensive and how much detail the Coroner goes into and is trying to probe into that issue. Just before Easter next year, the jury will be expected to reach a verdict. They can decide that the deaths were accidental. That the couple were unlawfully killed, or if it's still unclear they can record an open verdict. Well, our reporter Jane Dodge is at the High Court, where the inquest is taking place, and what's happened so far? Well, that jury that Mr. al-Fayed has campaigned so hard to get respond in this morning, 6 women, 5 men. And the Coroner Lord Justice Scott Baker's very much directing his opening comments towards them. He ran through those events of that tragic night 31st of August 1997, and he told the jurors "most of you will remember where you were when you heard about the death of Diana princess of Wales. None of you would for a moment have thought that more than 10 years later you would be on a jury investigating what happened." He said there were four main questions they needed to find answers to. Who the deceased were? How they? (what) When they died? Where they died? But most importantly how they died? He said to the jury that they would be the most in the public highlight no other inquest jury had been before, and that evidence by the widesp worldwide interest here from the media in fact so much so a special annex has been built behind it, the wall of courts of justice to accommodate those dozens of journalists, and with that in mind the Coroner said to the jurors television programs have abounded, newspapers have frequently carried reports and articles, some he said near to the point of obsession. And he told the jurors "you must put anything that you have or picked up out of your mind and concentrate on the evidence given here." He is due to continue that opening statement today. This inquest could last up to 6 months. Next week, those juries will be taken to Paris to see the crash site for themselves.Jane, of course it's not just journalists who are obsessed with this whole saga, uh, I mean, it's attracting all sorts of people at courtroom. A handful of members of the public managed to get places. One was indeed queuing from 5 o'clock yesterday morning. He sat there, rather tearful with ''Diana at last'' painted on his face, who one of us likes to say, a handful of members of the public there for the duration. Jane Dodge at the High Court. 200805/39909厦门微格去除狐臭多少钱

厦门薇格整形美容医院鹰钩鼻矫正怎么样 US Envoy Denies Secret Agenda in Iraq Negotiations美大使否认与伊拉克谈判秘密议程  U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker said Thursday the Bush administration has no secret agenda in negotiations with Iraq on the future status of U.S. forces there. He said the ed States does not seek permanent bases or long-term control of Iraqi airspace. 美国驻伊拉克大使克罗克星期四说,布什政府就美军在伊拉克的未来地位问题与伊拉克进行的谈判没有秘密议程。他说,美国并不寻求在伊拉克设立永久性的基地,也不想长期控制伊拉克领空。Crocker, in Washington for consultations, says the Bush administration would like to conclude the wide-ranging accord on future U.S. relations with Iraq by July. 在华盛顿进行磋商的克罗克说,布什政府希望在7月就未来美军与伊拉克的关系问题达成范围广泛的协议。But he rejects suggestions the proposed deal would tie the hands of a future U.S. administration, or that the ed States has a secret agenda for permanent Iraqi bases. 但是,他否认拟议中的协议会束缚新一届美国政府的手脚,他也否认美国有在伊拉克设立永久性基地的秘密打算。The veteran diplomat briefed State Department reporters, who asked about a report in the British newspaper The Independent, that said Washington is seeking a "secret deal" with Iraqi authorities that would extend U.S. military occupation indefinitely, regardless of the outcome of the November U.S. election. 这位资深外交家向报导国务院的记者介绍了情况。英国的独立报报导说,华盛顿正寻求与伊拉克当局达成秘密协议,不论11月美国大选结果如何,美国都要无限期延长美军在伊拉克的军事部署。记者们对这一报导提出了问题。Crocker dismissed the notion of a secret component to the accord under negotiation, saying the process will be transparent and the deal subject to full debate by Iraqi legislators.  克罗克否定了正在谈判协议内秘密条款的说法,他说,谈判进程将是透明的,而且会经过伊拉克立法人员的充分辩论。"It's a negotiation in progress, so I can't tell you what it is going to like at the end," he said. "But I can tell you that we are not seeking permanent military bases in Iraq. That is just flatly untrue. Nor are we seeking to control Iraqi airspace. That is another kind of enduring myth. Iraq is working hard at developing its air traffic control capacities, and, as it does, we're handing over increasing responsibility to them." 克罗克说:“谈判正在进行,所以我目前无法告知协议会有什么样的最终文本。但是我可以告诉你们:我们不寻求在伊拉克设立永久性基地。有关永久性基地的说法完全不符事实。我们也不寻求控制伊拉克的领空。控制领空的说法也是流传已久的天方夜谭。伊拉克正努力发展航空交通控制能力,与此同时,我们在不断地向他们移交更多的责任。”Crocker said the impetus to complete the deal this year, before the current U.N. mandate for foreign forces in Iraq expires, comes from the Iraqi side.  克罗克说,伊拉克方面努力促进在今年联合国关于驻伊拉克外国部队的授权令到期前达成有关协议。He said an American military presence in Iraq will clearly be needed beyond this year, but that the status-of-forces agreement will have review provisions so that it could be altered by either side in the future. 他说,显然过了今年仍然需有美军驻守伊拉克,但是,军队地位协议将包括复审条款,所以任何一方都可以在未来作出改变。The ambassador said improved security conditions in Iraq in recent months stem from what he termed a "virtuous circle" of growing competence by Iraqi security forces and public revulsion against al-Qaida in Iraq and other foreign-backed militants. 这位驻伊拉克大使说,近几个月来伊拉克安全状况改善的根源是伊拉克安全部队能力日益加强的“良性循环”、以及公众对在伊拉克的基地组织以及其他外国持的民兵武装产生反感。He spoke of a substantial backlash also against Iran's support of radical Shiite militias, and said Tehran would be well-advised to reconsider its behavior toward its neighbor: 他谈到伊朗由于持激进的什叶派民兵武装而遭到的有力反击。他说,德黑兰最好重新考虑自己在邻国的作为。克罗克说:"One would hope that that will lead to a rethinking in Iran as to what its long-term policy toward Iraq should be - to support a democratically-elected central government, or to support militias that are aligned against that government," he said. "I don't think Iran can really have it both ways. It's not a U.S. position, it's what Iraqis themselves are saying." “希望那会引导伊朗当局就对伊拉克应采取的长期方针问题三思而行,究竟该持民选的伊拉克中央政府,还是要持狼狈为奸反对伊拉克政府的民兵武装。我认为伊朗不可能做到两面兼顾。这并非美国的立场态度,而是伊拉克人自己的表态。”Crocker said the Thursday announcement by the ed Arab Emirates that it intends to name an ambassador and open an embassy in Baghdad reflects an appreciation by Arab states that "things are different in Iraq," in both political and security terms. 克罗克说,阿联酋星期四宣布打算任命驻巴格达大使并在当地开设使馆,这反映阿拉伯国家赞许伊拉克政治和安全局势的改善。200806/41267厦门薇格整形祛疤手术多少钱厦门薇格整形医院做丰胸手术多少钱

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