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Fewer Children Dying in Poor Countries世卫:全球儿童死亡率大幅下降  The World Health Organization says there has been a sharp drop in the number of deaths among children under age five. The just released report, World Health Statistics , shows 27 percent fewer children died in 2007, the last year for which statistics were compiled, than in 1990.世界卫生组织表示,五岁以下儿童的死亡率有大幅度下降。刚公布的年世界卫生统计报告显示,和1990年相比,2007年儿童死亡人数减少了27%。2007年也是汇编统计的最后一年。The World Health Statistics Report shows about nine million children died in 2007 compared to 12.5 million in 1990. It says some countries are making good progress toward meeting the U.N. Millennium Development Goal of cutting child deaths by two-thirds by 2015. But it says many other countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, will fail to reach that target. 世界卫生统计报告显示,2007年有大约900万儿童死亡,而1990年有1,250万。报告表示,一些国家取得优异的进展,朝着联合国的千年发展目标迈进,联合国的目标是在2015年前把儿童死亡率降低三分之二。但报告也表示,很多其他国家,特别是撒哈拉以南的非洲,将无法达到目标。This year's report focuses on how well countries are doing in reaching eight-stated Millennium Development Goals, including cutting poverty by half and reducing child and maternal mortality. The results are mixed.今年的报告集中在各国在达到八项千年发展目标方面的情况,发展目标包括减少一半贫穷和降低儿童及产妇死亡率。这些结果有好有坏。For example, the report says progress is being made in bringing down child deaths, but there has been little or no movement in maternal and newborn health. 举例来说,报告表示,在降低儿童死亡率方面作出了进展,然而,在产妇以及新生儿健康方面却极少或没有任何进步。It says an estimated 37 percent of deaths among children occur in the first month of life, and most in the first week of life. It says most infant deaths happen in regions where maternal mortality rates are the highest.报告表示,在儿童中,估计有37%的死亡发生在出生后第一个月,大多数在出生后第一星期。报告说,婴儿死亡最多的发生在产妇死亡率最高的区域。Coordinator in WHO's department of Health Statistics and Informatics, Carla Abou-Zahr, says there are a whole range of issues that hold countries back.世卫组织健康统计暨资讯部门协调员阿布-察尔表示,有很多问题使一些国家停滞不前。"You cannot say it is just lack of resources or it is just lack of commitment," said Abou-Zahr. "Usually there are very weak institutions in many of these countries. Many of them are emerging from conflicts. And, sub-Saharan Africa in particular, especially in Eastern and Southern Africa are facing major problems of HIV, which has had a huge impact on especially child mortality, life expectancy in general. So, that is being a factor that is constraining for the progress for those countries." “你不能说这只是缺少资源或缺少承诺。通常这些国家的机构体制非常脆弱。他们之中许多刚刚经历了冲突,尤其是撒哈拉以南的非洲,特别是东部及南部非洲正面临艾滋病的问题,对儿童死亡率及一般预期寿命有巨大的影响。所以,这成为限制这些国家进步的一项要素。”But Abou-Zahr hastens to add that countries in Africa do not present a uniformly bleak picture. For instance, she says signs of improvement can be seen in places such as Tanzania and Rwanda.但是,阿布-察尔很快的补充说,非洲国家并不是都情况暗淡。譬如,她说在一些地方,像坦桑尼亚和卢旺达,有进步的迹象。The report argues building a health system that is efficient and really works is not purely a financial matter. Many elements are involved. 这份报告也指出,建立一个有效率且真正运作的健康系统不只是纯粹的财务问题。许多要素都牵涉在内。But WHO Health Statistics and Informatics Department Director Ties Boerma says money talks when it comes to providing good health. 但是世卫组织健康统计暨资讯部门负责人布尔马表示,在提供良好的保健方面,钱是起关键作用的。"If we look at per-capita health expenditure, in the low income countries, it is per capita," said Boerma. "In the high-income countries, it is ,012. Another one. Doctors for 10,000 people. In Africa, there are two doctors for 10,000 people. In the European region, there are 32 doctors for 10,000 people." “如果我们看看人均健康出,低收入国家是人均22美元。在高收入国家,则是平均每人4,012美元。另外,在非洲,两名医生为一万人务。在欧洲,32名医生为一万人务。”In one of its many statistical graphs, the WHO study shows money can mean the difference between life and death. It notes three out of 1,000 children under age five die in Iceland, Sweden and Finland compared to 262 child deaths per 1,000 live births in Sierra Leone.报告的许多图表之一显示,世卫组织的研究表明金钱可能意味着生与死的不同。研究指出,就五岁以下的儿童来说,在冰岛、瑞典和芬兰,一千人中有三人死亡,而在塞拉利昂,在一千名新生婴儿中有262名死亡。05/70852淮安市人流手术多少钱BANNED Pres. Bush InterviewThis is a I found of an Irish TV interview with President Bush. I later found out that this interview was not shown on American television because it was banned! Why you ask, take a look and see.Mr. President, I know your time is tight. Can I move you onto, em, to Europe? Are you satisfied that you are getting enough help in Iraq from European countries? You have come together, you are more friendly now. But they are not really stepping up to the plate with help, are they?Well I think, first of all, most of Europe supported the decision in Iraq. If, really, what you were talking about is France, isn't it? And ,and they didn’t agree with my decision; they did vote for the UN Security Council resolution that said disclose disarm or face serious consequences. We just had a difference of opinion about when you say something do you mean it? And, but, nevertheless, no doubt in my mind. President Chirac would like to see a free and democratic and whole Iraq emerge. And it’s the same in Afghanistan. They’ve been very helpful in Afghanistan. They are willing to forgive death in Iraq. But most European countries are very supportive, even very, you know, participating in the reconstruction of Iraq. And how do you see the handover going? The next few weeks are going to be crucial. Can democracy really flourish with the violence that’s going on? A hundred Iraqis dead today Mr. President. Yeah. I don’t like death either. I mean, you keep emphasizing the death and I don’t blame you. But all that goes to show as the nature of the enemy. These people are willing to kill innocent people. They are willing to slaughter innocent people to stop the advance of freedom and so the free world has to make a choice. Do we cower in the face of terror? Or do we lead in the face of terror? And I’m gonna lead in the face of terror. We will not let these terrorists dash the hopes and ambitions of the people of Iraq. There is some kind of attitude that says ‘oh gosh, the terrorists attack. Let’s let the Iraqis suffer more.’ We are not gonna let them suffer more. We are gonna work with them. And I’m most proud of this fellow, prime minister Alavi, he’s strong and he’s tough. He says to me, ‘Mr. President. Don’t leave our country. Help us secure our country so we can be free.’Indeed, Mr. President, just to get back to that. Can I just turn to the Middle East (Sure.) and you will, be discussing at the EU summit and the idea of bringing democracy to the broader Middle East. (Right.) Is that something that really should start though with the solving of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis?Well I think, first of all, you’ve got a democracy in Turkey. You’ve got a democracy emerging in Afghanistan. You’ve got a democracy in Pakistan. I ..But shouldn’t that be on the top of the list? ..Please, please, please remember, ok, it will be better if you let me finish my answers, and then, and then you can follow up if you don’t mind. And what I’m telling you is that democracy can emerge at the same time. That the democracy can emerge in the Palestinian states. I’m the first American president to have called for the establishment of a Palestinian state. The first one to do so. Because I believe that it’s in the Palestinian people’s interests. I believe it’s in the Israel’s interests. And yes, we are working but we can do more than,you know, one thing at a time. And we are working on the roadmap with the Quartet to advance the process down the road. Like Iraq, the Palestinian and the Israeli issue is gonna require good security measures. And if it more even handed this from America?And we are working on security measures, in America, I’m the first president to ever have called for a Palestinian state. That’s, to me, sounds like a reasonable balanced approach, and, but I will not allow terrorists to determine the fate, as best as I can, to determine the fate of people who wanna be free. Mr. President, thank you very much for talking to us.You are welcome.02/63082淮安清河区治疗早泄哪家医院最好的针对朝鲜宣布成功发射“光明星2号”试验通信卫星一事,美国军方5日说,朝鲜当天发射的是导弹,而且导弹已坠入海中。位于美国科罗拉多州的北美防空司令部与北方司令部就此进行简要通报时说,朝鲜发射的是一枚导弹,发射后其一级助推火箭坠落日本海,其余助推系统与有效载荷一同坠入太平洋。在这一过程中,没有任何物体或碎片坠落日本。朝鲜中央通讯社5日发表新闻公报说,朝鲜于5日当地时间11时20分(北京时间10时20分)在东海卫星发射场成功发射“光明星2号”试验通信卫星。I'm Asieh Namdar at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS. Despite international pressure, North Korea launched a rocket late last night. It says carried a satellite. But the North American Aerospace Defense Command says the payload crashed in the Pacific Ocean instead of going into orbit. US and other countries fear the launch could have been a missile carrying a warhead. UN Security Council meets today to discuss the launch. China and Russia have called for restraint and calm. Ahead of the Security Council meeting, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton is busy working to build an international consensus on condemning the North Korean rocket launch. Clinton spoke on the phone today with the foreign ministers of China, Japan and Russia this morning. All three countries in talks aimed at getting that North Korea to abandon nuclear weapons. President Obama is traveling through Europe on an 8-day-trip. He and first lady are now headed to Turkey. In Prague, Mr. Obama called North Korea's launch a provocative act and called for the elimination of nuclear weapons. The US military says an American soldier has been charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of a contractor in Iraq. Pfc. Carl Stovall was arrested last month the day of the contractor’s death. The military has not released any other details about the incident. It didn't say the contractor was neither Iraqi nor American. Police in Washington State say a father apparently shot and killed his five children and then took his own life. The children's bodies were found in the family’s mobile home near Takoma. The youngest, 7 years old. Police say after the father killed them, he drove to a nearby casino and shot himself. It’s not clear where the mother was at the time of the shootings. And millions of Christians around the world have begun their Holy Week with Palm Sunday celebrations. Pope Benedict XVI held an open air mass at the Vatican. He called for an end to human trafficking which he says could increase during the global economic slowdown. And those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, or when you're on the go.PFC: Private First Class04/66564对于国际汽联为2010赛季设立的预算上限,法拉利车队表达了极大的不满,并直言如果国际汽联选择执行这一预算,那么法拉利将在下赛季退出F1。“如果国际汽联不改变决定,那么我们就将退出F1。”在会上,法拉利的观点非常明确,“我们反对国际汽联关于在新赛季设立预算上限的决定,当然也不会在下赛季注册参赛。”如果说法拉利的退赛让人感到遗憾的话,那么更加糟糕的是,持这种观点的并非法拉利一家,本赛季表现抢眼的丰田和红牛车队也暗示无法接受国际汽联预算上限的设置,正在考虑下赛季是否退出F1。 Cars win races, not drivers. That’s what they believe for Ferrari. And for the last 60 years here in Maranello. They built the technology that has dominated motor racing. Formula One without Ferrari, it’s unthinkable. Think again, says the son of the man who started it all.“There is other option. This is not, we are not in jail. Formula One is not a jail. We can step out when we like.”But are you serious about pulling out of Formula One if this, if the cap goes ahead?Yes, for sure. Formula One’s governing body the FIA is worried about the future of this sport. Critics say Ferrari’s dominance has made Formula one predictable meanwhile the economic downturn has forced manufacturers like Honda to give up. The concern is that other teams will follow. 05/70315淮安区肛肠医院

淮安中山医院收费标准告示金湖县人民医院治疗妇科多少钱The hotel is run by owner Mrs. Fleischer. "It's so nervous." For years, her friends have been trying to convince her to undertake a tandem parachute jump. And now, at the ripe old age of 65, she has finally agreed to take the plunge. Skydiving isn't for the faint-hearted, But it can be for the young-at-heart. She has a good jump and lands conveniently, directly in front of her own hotel. "I want to do it again." "It was good. You did a great job,ma'am." "Grandmother has survived." Her first jump is a big event in Voss and a reason for all her friends to 1 with champagne. Meanwhile, our German couple, C. and L. decide to take on one of the most spectacular boat trips in Norway. They are on their way to see the Geirangerfjord. (Hello.) First stop on the boat is the captin's deck and a special look at what goes on behind the scenes. It's very interesting to see all these stuff inside. I think we have … Autopilot they get, huh? The monitor and … The landscape is worth taking a closer look. They can see the first outlined parts of the fjord. This is the fjord of all fjords. The Geiranger is the embodiment of the Norwegian idyllic countryside. A 2 relic of the Ice Age, it has 1000-meter-high sheer rockfaces and branches penetrating up to 100 kilometers in land.注释:① take the plunge 冒险尝试;采取决定性步骤例句:1.The climber never seems to take the plunge until he gets to know the mountain. 登山者在对大山了如指掌之前是不会轻易冒险攀登的。② tandem n. 串联;串座双人自行车 adj. 串联的例句:1. How many people are going to do a tandem jump?一共有多少人参加跳伞活动?2. I've never ridden a tandem bicycle before.我从来没骑过双人自行车。③ embodiment n. 体现;化身;具体化例句:1. She's the embodiment of kindness. 她是慈祥的化身。2. The new factory is the embodiment of the very latest ideas. 这座新工厂是那些最新设想的体现。课后题目: 学习完后,你能告诉我文章中空缺的单词吗?201110/156396CNN's Eunice Yoon reports on the developing world's position in the debate over who is to blame for rising food prices.In India, Food Courts, packed with middle class families, these days eating bigger meals more frequently with greater choice. To Anshul Singhal, it's a sign of the good economic times. “So it's people who are poor, and the poor are getting rich and they can afford food for two times a day.” But some point to this prosperity, as one key cause of record high food prices. New economic power houses, like China and India are often blamed, at least in part for the current food crisis. US president George. W. Bush had pointed to growing consumer demand in India as one reason prices are going up. But many in this part of the world say the real gluttons are: Certainly the rich countries, they not only consume much more, the amount of food that you waste is just huge. He might have a point. According to a report by the Food and Agriculture Organization, the average American eats 3,770 calories of food a day, compared to 2,940 calories in China or 2,440 calories in India. Americans are also some of the biggest consumers of beef, a food that takes a lot of energy to produce. Chinese agriculturalist Zhouli goes as far as to call the ed States a e "food imperialist ". Li says American food aid and farm subsidies discourage farmers in poorer countries from raising their own crops. Some also blame high food prices on the international push to use grain as fuel for cars instead of food for people. American Agro-economist Lester Brown agrees and says he's not surprised / the debate over food is turning ugly. "What we are now seeing is the emergence of a politics of food scarcity, unlike anything we've seen before." And many food experts say that the blame game is set to get even uglier as nations battle it out in this global food fight/. Eunice Yoon,CNN, Beijing.200812/59268淮安子宫肌瘤的医院Being online boosts chances of being in lovePeople who have Internet access at home are more likely to be in a relationship, with the Web gaining in importance as a meeting place for those seeking love, according to US research.Researchers from Stanford University said the Internet is especially important for bringing together same-sex couples.The Internet may also soon replace friends as the main way in which Americans meet their partners."Although prior research on the social impacts of Internet use has been rather ambiguous about the social cost of time spent online, our research suggests that Internet access has an important role to play in helping Americans find mates," said Michael Rosenfeld, an associate professor of sociology.The study, which was presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Atlanta on Monday, showed that 82 percent of people in the study who had Internet access at home also had a spouse or romantic partner, compared to 62 percent for those who did not have Internet access.The study used data from a winter survey of 4,002 adults across the ed States. Slightly more than 3,000 had a spouse or romantic partner.Rosenfeld and Reuben Thomas, of the City University of New York, found the Internet is the one social arena that is unambiguously gaining importance as a place where couples meet."It is possible that in the next several years the Internet could eclipse friends as the most influential way Americans meet their romantic partners, displacing friends out of the top position for the first time since the early 1940s," Rosenfeld said in a statement.The researchers said they found that the Internet was especially important for finding potential partners in groups where the supply is small or difficult to identify such as in the gay, lesbian, and middle-aged heterosexual communities.Rosenfeld said that among the couples who met within two years of the survey, 61 percent of same-sex couples and 21 percent of heterosexual couples met online.Vocabulary:arena: an area of activity that concerns the public(活动场所)eclipse: to make somebody/something seem dull or unimportant by comparison(使失色;使相形见绌;使丧失重要性)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/111761淮安第四人民医院治疗痔疮便血多少钱

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