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I'm Stewart Macintosh with the BBC news. Hello.

大家好,我是斯图尔特·麦金托什,为您播报BBC新闻。

The remaining four candidates for the Republican nomination for the US presidency have faced each other in a televised debate in Florida. The frontrunner Donald Trump came under fire for saying that Muslims hate America. He was asked if he thought that was true of all world's 1.6 billion Muslims. I mean a lot of them. I mean a lot of them. Do you want to clarify the comment at all? Well you know I've been watching the debate today and they're talking about radical Islamic terrorism or radical Islam but I will tell you that something going on that maybe you don't know about and maybe a lot of other people don't know about. But there is tremendous hatred and I'll stick with exactly what I said.

最后四名共和党总统候选人在佛罗里达州举行电视辩论。领先者唐纳德·特朗普因发表言论穆斯林憎恨美国而受到严厉指责。他被指责,这一言论是否适用于世界上16亿伊斯兰信徒。“我的意思是很多伊斯兰信徒。”“你想澄清这一言论吗?”“我一直在观看今天的辩论,他们一直在谈论伊斯兰恐怖主义或者激进的伊斯兰教,但是我想要告诉大家你们可能不知道的事情。那就是伊斯兰信徒对美国存在深切的仇恨,我会坚持自己所说的话。”

The debate took place just days before key primaries in Florida and Ohio which both award delegates on a Winner-takes-all bases. It was mostly free of the personal attacks that had characterized previous debates. Laura Bicker has been watching. It looked like a Republican debate but it certainly didn't sound like one, not what we are used to anyway, no insults, no jokes, this platform saw a more sedate Donald Trump but he knows he is ahead. For the others, the next week is do or die for their campaign. Ted Cruz who's won seven states is eager for voters to see him as the only credible alternative to Trump. After weeks of chaos, this debate was relatively calm. All will be much clearer after the contest next Tuesday.

此次辩论发生数天后,佛罗里达和俄亥俄州的初选将会采取“赢者全拿”制度。这次辩论沿袭了之前辩论的特点,基本上就是随意的个人攻击。劳拉·比克尔为您报道。“这次辩论看似是一场共和党内部争辩,但是听起来却大相径庭。这次辩论与我们之前听到的辩论不同,没有侮辱性的言论、没有笑话,这次特朗普表现的更加的稳重沉着,因为他知道自己已经摇摇领先。而对其他竞选人而言,下周是他们竞选生死存亡的时刻。泰德·克鲁斯已赢得七个州的选票,他期待得到选民的支持,成为取代特朗普的唯一值得信赖的人选。经过数周混乱的局面,本周辩论局势相对平稳。下周二,结果将会明了。

People across Japan have bowed their heads in memory of the 18,000 victims of the massive earthquake and tsunami which devastated the country's northeast coast five years ago. Emperor Akihito and prime minister Shinzo Abe are lead a ceremony in Tokyo to mark the moment when the earthquake struck. Bells rang and the Tokyo metro came to a halt as a mark of respect. The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes is in the costal town of Rikuzentakata which was nearly destroyed by the tsunami in 2011. A prayer for the dead next to a lone pine tree, the only one survived the 2011 tsunami. The town Rikuzentakata of was once famous for its beautiful beach side pine forest. Five years ago it was wiped out along with 80 percent of this town. More then 18,000 people were killed here. Almost every family lost someone. Now a huge new tsunami wall is being built, more than twice as high as the old one.

2011年,日本东北海域发生特大地震并引发海啸,造成18,000人遇难。今日,日本全国民众低头默哀。日本明仁天皇和首相安倍晋三于东京举行仪式纪念地震。钟声响起,东京地铁全面停驶以示尊敬。英国广播公司Rupert Wingfield-Hayes 位于日本陆前高田市,2011年的海啸几乎将这座城镇摧毁。在松树旁边为死者祈祷的这位日本人是2011年海啸中唯一的一位幸存者。陆前高田曾因其美丽的海滩松林而著名。五年前这座城市80%遭到摧毁,18000人丧生。几乎每个家庭有遇难者。现在这里正在建造一个新的巨大的海啸防护墙,其高度是之前的两倍多。

Amnesty International has accused soldiers in South Sudan of deliberately suffocating over 60 men and boys by sailing them in a shipping container in baking hot temperatures last October. The government has denied the attacks took place. World news from the BBC.

国际特赦组织指控南苏丹士兵蓄意闷死60多名男性成人和孩子。去年10月,这些士兵将成人和孩子放置于高温的集装箱航运。但南苏丹政府对此事件持否认态度。BBC世界新闻。

Russia, Egypt and Senegal have strongly objected to a proposal to send home entire contingence of United Nations peacekeepers if they face repeated allegations of sexual exploitation by some of their members. The three countries said this would amount to collective punishment.

俄罗斯、埃及以及塞内加尔强烈反对,因部分成员持续遭到性剥削指控,而将全部应急联合国维和部队派遣回家。这三个国家表示这将成为集体性的惩罚。

The US authorities say that a top Russian official who was found dead in a Washington hotel last year died of blunt force injuries to the head. When Mikhail Lesin's bodies was found in November, his family said he died of a heart attack. Mr Lesin had been close to president Putin.

美国当局称一位俄罗斯高级官员在华盛顿的一处宾馆内死亡,死因是头部受到钝伤。哈伊尔.列辛的尸体在十一月被发现的时候,他的家人称列新是死于心脏病。列辛生前与普京关系密切。

The North Korea leader Kim Jong-un has ordered more nuclear tests using the militarized warheads he says the country's scientists have developed. The media reported that Mr Kim issued the instruction while overseeing a ballistic missile launch on Thursday.

朝鲜领导人金正恩命令利用军事化的弹头进行更多的核试验,他表示本国的科学家已经掌握技术。媒体报道称金正恩在周四发布了弹道导弹发射指令。

The war of words between the US government and Apple has intensified over the computer giant's refusal to create software to unlock an iPhone used by one of the attackers in a mass shooting in December. In court papers, the Justice Department said Apple's stance was corrosive of institutions that safeguard rights. Peter Buzzi reports from LA. The Justice Department says Apple has deliberately raise technological barriers to halt the execution of warrant. The FBI wants to gain access to the phone used by one of the two attackers responsible for the shootings in San Bernardino. Prosecutors says there is probable cause to believe that there is evidence of a terrorist attack on the phone. Responding, a lawyer for Apple said the court filing was a cheap shot and had a desperate tone. A hearing into the case is scheduled for later this month.

美国政府与苹果公司之间的对抗加剧,电脑巨头拒绝创建相关软件用来解锁在12月份大规模枪杀案中袭击者使用的手机。在法庭的文件中,司法部表示,苹果公司这样做剥夺了相关保护权利机构的职权。以下是彼得.布滋在洛杉矶发回的详细报道。司法部表示苹果公司在故意提高技术壁垒阻碍司法机构执行正当权利,联邦调查局希望可以解锁在圣伯纳迪诺枪击案中两名袭击者使用的手机。检察官表示已有足够的理由相信手机上存在恐怖袭击的证据。苹果公司的律师回应,法院的申请只是一种手段,并有一种绝望的语气。在本月下旬将有一次听证会。

The Brazilian Anti-doping Agency says the nation's top female sprinter Ana Cláudia Lemos has tested positive for anabolic steroids. Lemos is South America's record-holder in the 100 and 200 meters and one of Brazil's best hopes for an Olympics athletics medal. BBC news.

巴西反兴奋剂机构表示全国顶尖女子短跑运动员安娜(Ana Cláudia Lemos)在测试类固醇兴奋剂时呈阳性。Lemos是南美地区100米和200米纪录保持者同时也是巴西获得奥运会田径奖牌的希望。

I'm Stewart Macintosh with the BBC news. Hello.

The remaining four candidates for the Republican nomination for the US presidency have faced each other in a televised debate in Florida. The frontrunner Donald Trump came under fire for saying that Muslims hate America. He was asked if he thought that was true of all world's 1.6 billion Muslims. I mean a lot of them. I mean a lot of them. Do you want to clarify the comment at all? Well you know I've been watching the debate today and they're talking about radical Islamic terrorism or radical Islam but I will tell you that something going on that maybe you don't know about and maybe a lot of other people don't know about. But there is tremendous hatred and I'll stick with exactly what I said. The debate took place just days before key primaries in Florida and Ohio which both award delegates on a Winner-takes-all bases. It was mostly free of the personal attacks that had characterized previous debates. Laura Bicker has been watching. It looked like a Republican debate but it certainly didn't sound like one, not what we are used to anyway, no insults, no jokes, this platform saw a more sedate Donald Trump but he knows he is ahead. For the others, the next week is do or die for their campaign. Ted Cruz who's won seven states is eager for voters to see him as the only credible alternative to Trump. After weeks of chaos, this debate was relatively calm. All will be much clearer after the contest next Tuesday.

People across Japan have bowed their heads in memory of the 18,000 victims of the massive earthquake and tsunami which devastated the country's northeast coast five years ago. Emperor Akihito and prime minister Shinzo Abe are lead a ceremony in Tokyo to mark the moment when the earthquake struck. Bells rang and the Tokyo metro came to a halt as a mark of respect. The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes is in the costal town of Rikuzentakata which was nearly destroyed by the tsunami in 2011. A prayer for the dead next to a lone pine tree, the only one survived the 2011 tsunami. The town Rikuzentakata of was once famous for its beautiful beach side pine forest. Five years ago it was wiped out along with 80 percent of this town. More then 18,000 people were killed here. Almost every family lost someone. Now a huge new tsunami wall is being built, more than twice as high as the old one.

Amnesty International has accused soldiers in South Sudan of deliberately suffocating over 60 men and boys by sailing them in a shipping container in baking hot temperatures last October. The government has denied the attacks took place. World news from the BBC.

Russia, Egypt and Senegal have strongly objected to a proposal to send home entire contingence of United Nations peacekeepers if they face repeated allegations of sexual exploitation by some of their members. The three countries said this would amount to collective punishment.

The US authorities say that a top Russian official who was found dead in a Washington hotel last year died of blunt force injuries to the head. When Mikhail Lesin's bodies was found in November, his family said he died of a heart attack. Mr Lesin had been close to president Putin.

The North Korea leader Kim Jong-un has ordered more nuclear tests using the militarized warheads he says the country's scientists have developed. The media reported that Mr Kim issued the instruction while overseeing a ballistic missile launch on Thursday.

The war of words between the US government and Apple has intensified over the computer giant's refusal to create software to unlock an iPhone used by one of the attackers in a mass shooting in December. In court papers, the Justice Department said Apple's stance was corrosive of institutions that safeguard rights. Peter Buzzi reports from LA. The Justice Department says Apple has deliberately raise technological barriers to halt the execution of warrant. The FBI wants to gain access to the phone used by one of the two attackers responsible for the shootings in San Bernardino. Prosecutors says there is probable cause to believe that there is evidence of a terrorist attack on the phone. Responding, a lawyer for Apple said the court filing was a cheap shot and had a desperate tone. A hearing into the case is scheduled for later this month.

The Brazilian Anti-doping Agency says the nation's top female sprinter Ana Cláudia Lemos has tested positive for anabolic steroids. Lemos is South America's record-holder in the 100 and 200 meters and one of Brazil's best hopes for an Olympics athletics medal. BBC news.


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