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BBC News with David Legge

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's ready to compromise to achieve peace with the Palestinians, but he told a joint session of the US Congress in Washington that a future Palestinian state would not see a return to the borders that existed before the 1967 Middle East war. Our Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen reports.
以色列总理内塔尼亚胡称其已经准备好作出妥协,以实现与巴勒斯坦人的和平。但是他在华盛顿的美国国会联合会议上称,未来的巴勒斯坦国不可能回到1967年中东战争时的边境。我们的中东记者Jeremy Bowen报道。

Mr Netanyahu declared he would make painful compromises for a peace with the Palestinians, but his speech shows that the gulf between his view of an acceptable peace deal and that of the Palestinians is as wide as ever. Mr Netanyahu declared that Israel would never allow Jerusalem to be divided. The Palestinians want a capital in the city's eastern half. He demanded a continuing Israeli military presence along what would become an independent Palestine's border with Jordan. The Palestinians want to control their own borders. And to more applause, he said that while Israel was prepared to make territorial compromises, it still had historical rights to the territory the Palestinians want for their state in the West Bank, which Israelis often call Judea and Samaria.
内塔尼亚胡宣布,为了与巴勒斯坦人达成共同和平,他愿意做出痛苦的妥协,但是他的讲话表明,他关于可接受的和平协议的观点仍然与巴勒斯坦人的想法相去甚远。内塔尼亚胡宣布,以色列永远不会允许耶路撒冷分裂。巴勒斯坦人希望在东耶路撒冷建立首都。他要求以色列在巴勒斯坦与约旦边境处驻军。而巴勒斯坦人希望控制自己的边境。更让人赞许的是,他表示,尽管以色列准备在领土方面做出让步,他们仍然对巴勒斯坦人觊觎的西岸领土拥有历史性的权利。以色列人通常称这里为犹地亚和撒玛利亚。

"I recognise that in a genuine peace we'll be required to give up parts of the ancestral Jewish homeland. And you have to understand this, in Judea and Samaria, the Jewish people are not foreign occupiers."
“我承认,为了获得真正的和平,要求我们放弃部分祖传的犹太故土。而你们必须明白,在犹地亚和撒玛利亚,犹太人并不是外国的占领者。”

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, says it's very likely that a remote site in Syria that was bombed by Israel four years ago housed a nuclear reactor. It's the first time the agency has made such an assessment since it began investigating. Syria has denied Israeli and US allegations that it was building a covert nuclear reactor.
联合国核监督机构,国际原子能机构称,四年前被以色列轰炸的叙利亚一个偏远地点极有可能是一座核反应堆所在地。自开始调查以来,这是该机构首次发出类似的评估。叙利亚否认了以色列和美国声称的他们在秘密建造核反应堆的说法。

Officials in Egypt say the former President Hosni Mubarak and his sons will face trial for the murder of protesters during the uprising which ousted him from power in February. They are also to be tried for corruption. Human rights groups say hundreds of people were killed during the protests. From Cairo, here's Jon Leyne.
埃及官员称,前总统穆巴拉克和他的儿子将因为在起义中谋杀抗议者接受审判。穆巴拉克于2月份的起义中被推翻。他们还将因腐败指控接受审判。人权组织称,数百人在抗议活动中被杀害。来自开罗,Jon Leyne报道。

Once again, Egypt's military rulers have responded to growing pressure from the opposition by announcing new and tougher measures against the former president and his family. This appears to be a clear attempt to defuse a major opposition protest planned for Friday. The former president is accused of corruptly acquiring a palace and four villas in the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. Hosni Mubarak and a businessman who's since fled the country are also accused of corruptly selling cut-price gas to Israel, losing Egypt millions of dollars in potential revenue.
埃及军事统治者再次对来自反对派不断增长的压力做出回应,宣布对前总统和他的家人实施新的更加严厉的措施。此举很明显是为了平息计划于周五举行的大规模反对派抗议活动。前总统被指控腐败地占据了沙姆沙伊赫度假村的一栋官邸和四座别墅。穆巴拉克和已经逃离埃及的一名商人还被指控以低于市场的价格向以色列出售天然气,导致埃及损失了数百万美元的潜在收入。

The World Bank has announced an extra $6bn of aid to Egypt and Tunisia to help modernise their economies after the uprisings which toppled the veteran leaders Hosni Mubarak and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. The World Bank said the money would sustain the momentum of change but only if coupled with real reform. The announcement comes ahead of this week's G8 summit.
再抗议活动中推翻长期以来统治他们的领袖穆巴拉克之后,世界银行宣布再向埃及和突尼斯提供60亿美元的额外援助,帮助他们的经济实现现代化。世界银行称,这笔资金将维持变革的势头,但是只有在与真正的变革相结合的情况下。世界银行在本周八国峰会之前宣布了该决定。

World News from the BBC

President Obama and his wife Michelle are attending a banquet given by Queen Elizabeth on the latest stage of his state visit to Britain. One hundred and seventy guests have been invited to the dinner at Buckingham Palace. Our correspondent Peter Hunt has followed the rest of the American president's engagements which included several of London's famous sites.
奥巴马总统和他的夫人对英国进行最新的国事访问,他们参加了伊丽莎白女王设立的晚宴。共有170名宾客受邀参加在白金汉宫举行的晚宴。我们的记者Peter Hunt追踪报道了奥巴马总统其他的行程,包括伦敦几个著名的地点。

After lunch, Barack and Michelle Obama went to Westminster Abbey. The president laid a wreath on the Grave of the Unknown Warrior. He also visited a secondary school with the Prime Minister David Cameron. They played table tennis with some teenagers; the two leaders lost. And tomorrow, the focus will shift to Downing Street and talks on a range of issues, including Afghanistan and Libya. By then, the pomp will have been replaced by politics.
午餐后,奥巴马与夫人一同前往威斯敏斯特教堂。奥巴马还在无名烈士公墓前献上花圈。他还与卡梅伦首相一起访问了一所中学。他们还和一些学生一起打乒乓球,两位国家领导人认输。明天的焦点将转移到唐宁街,届时将讨论一系列问题,包括阿富汗和利比亚。到时盛大的景象将被严肃的政治取代。

Airlines have cancelled 500 flights in Scotland and northern England as a plume of volcanic ash spreads from Iceland. The International Air Transport Association criticised the British authorities for lacking test aircraft to monitor the cloud. The Irish airline Ryanair said there was no high-density ash over Scotland and accused Britain's Civil Aviation Authority of incompetence. Jonathan Astill from the air traffic control company Nats says conditions should improve in the next 12 hours.
由于来自冰岛火山喷发出的火山灰,苏格兰和英格兰北部航空公司取消了500个航班。国际航空运输联合会谴责英国当局未进行试飞来检测火山灰的情况。爱尔兰瑞安航空公司表示,苏格兰上空并没有密度很高的火山灰,指控英国民航当局能力不足。空中交通控制公司Nats的Jonathan Astill表示,未来12小时之内情况会有所改善。

"The higher-density volcanic ash clouds will continue to sit over the north of England, and then as we go through into the early hours of the morning, that ash cloud will start to disperse into the North Sea. And so tomorrow, provided the forecast holds true and the volcano doesn't get even more active, we're looking like a slightly better situation."
“高密度火山灰云将继续笼罩在英格兰北部地区,在进入早晨之后,火山灰将分散进入北海。所以,明天,如果天气预报准确,火山活动不再加剧,情况会稍微有所改善。”

Police in Somalia say they've arrested six foreigners who were carrying more than $3.5m in cash. A police officer told the BBC that the foreigners arrived at an airport in the capital Mogadishu on board two private planes from Kenya. The officer said the group included British citizens, Kenyans and an American.
索马里警方称,他们已经逮捕了携带超过350万美元现金的六名外国人。一名警官告诉BBC,这几名外国人抵达首都摩加迪沙的机场,登上来自肯尼亚的两架私人飞机。这位警官称,被捕者包括英国公民,肯尼亚人和一名美国人。

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