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枪杀平民美军士兵被送出阿富汗(有声)

2012-3-18 10:29| 发布者: admin| 查看: 845| 评论: 0

摘要: 枪杀16名阿富汗平民的美国士兵当地时间14日晚间被偷偷送离了阿富汗。据美联社报道,该名士兵此前一直被扣留在坎大哈,不过目前已经搭乘军机前往科威特。 ...

枪杀16名阿富汗平民的美国士兵当地时间14日晚间被偷偷送离了阿富汗。据美联社报道,该名士兵此前一直被扣留在坎大哈,不过目前已经搭乘军机前往科威特。美军表示,这名士兵被送出阿富汗是出于“法律方面的考虑”,因为阿富汗没有“合适的扣押设施”。

 BBC News with Gaenor Howells

枪杀平民美军士兵被送出阿富汗

An American soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians earlier this week has been flown out of Afghanistan. The victims, nine of them children were shot in their homes early on Sunday. Paul Adams reports

The remove of the soldier responsible for the shooting is likely to cause anger in Afghanistan where members of parliament have demanded that he’d be put on trial there. But this was never going to happen. The United States has always insisted that charges of wrongdoing by its soldiers be dealt with within the American ministry legal system. Nothing was ever going to change that. The soldier has yet to be charged and thus remain anonymous. US officials say he headed himself in if seems possible he required psychological evaluation it could be sometime before he’s identified let alone charged. The US defense secretary Leo Panetta has said if he found guilty the soldier could face the death penalty.

国际刑事法庭首次判决刚果军阀有罪

The United States has welcomed the conviction for war crimes of the Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga describing it as a historic and important step in providing justice to the Congolese people. The international criminal court in The Hague which is not officially recognized by the Americans found Thomas Lubanga guilty of recruiting and using child soldiers. Peter Bias reports

Thomas Lubanga’s crimes date back nearly a decade when an ethnic conflict erupted in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. He was handed over to The Hague six years ago and his trial began in 2009. Today the verdict to the judges was unanimous. They found Lubanga guilty of conscripting and eliciting children under the age of 15 and using them in battle as soldiers and bodyguard. The guilty verdict has been widely welcomed. Prosecutors hope it will send a message to many other perpetrators of war crimes.

高盛高管辞职 高调痛批公司欺诈客户

The giant American investment bank Goldman Sachs has defended itself under its service to its clients after stinging public criticism from one of its own executives. Greg Smith, the director wrote in the New York Times that he is quitting Goldman Sachs because he’s sick of hearing colleagues talk about ripping off clients. Mark Gregory has more

Explaining his decision to leave after 25-years service, Mr. Smith described the present coinsure of Goldman Sachs is toxicant and destructive. He blamed top management for a decline in moral fiber saying interest of client is a sideline in the way the bank operates and makes money. The comments from an insider about one of the most prestigious names in finance comes as bankers face criticism for their allegedly excessive pay and their part responsibility for the global financial crisis.

沙特关闭驻叙利亚使馆并撤出所有工作人员

Saudi Arabia has closed its embassy in Syria and withdrew all its staff because the violence there. The Saudis along with Gulf States had already withdrawn their ambassadors and expelled Syria’s envoy.

World News from the BBC

瑞士隧道车祸带来比利时"国家悲剧"

The relatives of dozens of children caught in a deadly coach crash have flown from Belgium to Switzerland where the accident happened on Tuesday night. Twenty-two children died along with six adults. The bus slammed into the wall of a tunnel but the investigators say they don’t know why.

奥巴马将与卡梅伦举行会谈 聚焦阿富汗撤军计划

President Obama and the British Prime Minister David Cameron who is visiting Washington have both declared that the international mission in Afghanistan is making real progress. Mr. Obama said the United States and Britain remained committee to their plan to transfer full responsibility for security to Afghan forces in two years time. Mr. Cameron said the mission was necessary but costly.

“Recent days have remained us just how difficult our mission is and how high the cost of this war has been for Britain, for America and for Afghans themselves. Britain has forward alongside America everyday since the start. We have 9500 men and women still serving there. More than 400 have given their lives and today again we commemorate each every one of them, but we will not give up on this mission because Afghanistan must never again be a safe heaven for al-Qaeda to launch attacks against us.”

缅甸国家电视台首播昂山素季演讲

In a significant new departure for Burma the state controlled media have broadcast an election message by the pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. she called for media freedom, an end to repressive measures and an independent judiciary. A section of her script was censored by the authorities.

罗马教皇访问古巴前送鳄鱼示好

The Vatican has given its approval to a return of a young crocodile to Cuba ahead of the Pope’s visit to the Caribbean island later this month. The endangered reptile which is been sent to a zoo in Havana has become mu as the Pope’s crocodile since she was presented there in January. The Catholic Church has had difficult relations with the Cuban government and analysts say the gesture ahead of the Pope’s trip to Cuba will not go unnoticed.

BBC News 

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