Google search for Vatican directed to 'paedophile site' An Internet search for the Vatican through Google threw up a link to a website called www.pedofilo.com, the Italian word for paedophile, on Saturday.The link, among the first options offered by the search, apparently surfaced early Saturday, Italian news agency ANSA reported, adding that it connected to an apparently empty site.A spokesman for Google Italy, Simona Panseri, told ANSA it was not clear if this was a result of hacking. Googleでバチカン市国のためのインターネット検索では、最初のオプションを検索によって提供される間Saturday.Theリンク上の小児性愛者のためのイタリア語は、、明らかに浮上日未明、イタリア語のニュースをWebサイトと呼ばれるwww.pedofilo.comへのリンクを投げた代理店の復帰を承認、それがGoogleのイタリア、シモーナPanseri、どうやらこの空site.Aスポークスマンに接続して追加するこれはハッキングの結果だった場合は明確ではなかった復帰を承認したと報じた
How deep can you go? Crowdsourcing in Paris with Rue 89 At Hackthepress in Paris yesterday, local design and data group Rue89 came up with this nifty little crowdsource: ask people what's the deepest they've been - underground or underwater - and then show the answers. Here's the resultSimon Rogers
Hackthepressパリで昨日では、地元のデザインとデータグループRue89は、この気の利いた小さなクラウドソース思い付いた：彼らがしてきた深い何人に聞いて - 地下または水中 - そして、答えを示しています
Julia Gillard unveils new cabinet Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard says her new ministry delivers on a promise to establish a portfolio dedicated to regional Australia.It will be headed by Simon Crean, previously responsible for education and workplace... オーストラリアの首相ジュリアギラードは、彼女の新しい省が約束ポートフォリオを地域Australia.It専用の確立にサイモンクリーン率いるされ、以前は次の教育と職場の責。提供意見...
Aussies crush Kiwis for field hockey Champions Trophy Australia rescued national pride with a 9-1 Champions Trophy mauling of New Zealand, just hours after the All Blacks had crushed the Wallabies 49-28 in a rugby union Test match.Australia captain Jamie Dwyer scored an early goal and then the floodgates opened in the last nine minutes of the first half.Luke Doerner converted his first penalty corner followed by field goals for Jason Wilson, Simon Orchard and Glenn Turner, punctuated by New Zealand's only goal by Nicholas Wilson. オーストラリアは9-1チャンピオンズトロフィー、ニュージーランドの酷評、オールブラックス後わずか数時間でラグビーテストmatch.Australiaのワラビーを49から28粉砕した国家の威信を救助ジェイミーワイヤー初期のゴールを決めたし、水門が開か主将最初のhalf.Lukeの最後の9分はドーナー彼の最初のペナルティーコーナーをジェイソンウィルソン、サイモンオーチャードとグレンターナー、ニコラスウィルソンニュージーランド唯一のゴールで中断のフィールドゴールが続く変換されます
Olympic champion Morgenstern soars to win Austria's Thomas Morgenstern picked up the 15th World Cup win of his career at the large hill ski jump event here on Saturday.The triple Olympic champion, who won a team large hill gold last year at the world championships, secured victory with leaps of 138.5m and 137.5m for a total of 281.4 points.He beat Norway's Johan Remen Evensen (276.9 pts) and compatriot Tom Hilde (272.8 pts), while the favourite, Switzerland's Simon Ammann, had to settle for sixth place. オーストリアのトーマスモルゲンシュテルンは15日、ワールドカップ、世界選手権で、昨年チームが大規模な丘の金メダルを獲得したSaturday.Theトリプルオリンピックチャンピオン、138.5メートルの飛躍で保護された勝利は、大規模な丘のスキージャンプのイベントで彼のキャリアの勝利ピックアップと281.4 points.Heの合計137.5メートルは、ノルウェーのヨハンRemen Evensen（276.9ポイント）、お気に入りの中に、スイスのシモンアマン、6位に甘んじていた同胞のトムして、Hildeを（272.8ポイント）、ビート
UK girl killed: Kiwi arrested A New Zealand man has been arrested over the death of an 11-year-old girl in a boating accident in England.Mari-Simon Cronje, from south-west London, was killed when she was thrown from an inflatable banana tube being towed by... _NULL_
Crew and passengers fall ill on Jetstar flight BRISBANE - Flight attendants and half a dozen passengers became sick on a Jetstar flight in Queensland when a chemical smell wafted through the plane.Jetstar spokesman Simon Westaway said some cabin crew and six passengers reported... ブリスベン - 客室乗務員を半ダースもの乗客のクイーンズランド州でジェットスター航空のフライト時に化学物質のにおいplane.Jetstar広報担当者サイモンWestawayを漂ったで病気になったいくつかの客室乗務員と6人の乗客を報告した...
Austerity Budget tests strength of coalition BRITAIN: The unity of Britain's coalition Government was strained as the deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats threatened to try to rewrite parts of Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's austerity Budget.Simon Hughes spoke... _NULL_
Aliens off to a flier in bid for more Tens glory Bryce Heems and Simon Munro each scored six tries as defending champions Aliens began their campaign for a ninth Cup title at the GFI HKFC Tens by sw... ブライスHeemsとサイモンマンロー各エイリアンはGFI HKFC万で9分の1カップのタイトルをSWでのキャンペーンを始めた連覇は6回挑戦しました...
Interview with Catherine Koziatek Catherine Koziatek, a Methodist pastor originally from France, voted for Obama in 2008 but undecided so far about how she will vote in the midtermsSimon Jeffery
Roshonara Choudhry: Police interview extracts Conducted on 14 May 2010, about four hours after her arrest for stabbing Stephen Timms, in Forest Gate police stationThis interview was conducted four hours after Choudhry's arrest for stabbing Stephen Timms. Choudhry was interviewed by Simon Dobinson, a detective sergeant from Newham police, with detective constable Syed Hussain. Choudhry says she was studying English and Communications at King's College London, but dropped out on 27 April 2010, in her third year.Simon Dobinson So what made you drop out of that?Choudhry 'Cos ... because King's College is involved in things where they work against Muslims.Q OK. What sort of things?A Last year, or the year before, they gave an award to Shimon Peres [Israeli politician] and they also have a department for tackling radicalisation … So I just didn't wanna go there anymore ... 'cos it would be against my religion.Q OK, and when did you sort of make that decision?A About a month ago.Q OK. It seems quite a long time to be there and almost to the end of that course, you know, the end and just to let it go. Is there any ... did you have any problems understanding the course?A I was the top student.Q Was you? OK and what did they say when you pulled out?A They didn't want me to pull out.Choudhry says after leaving her course, she worked at a tuition centre called Knowledge Box teaching maths, English and science. She says she won't be working there any more.Q Why's that then?A Because of what I just did today.Q Well, tell me about that then. Tell me what happened today.A I stabbed Stephen Timms.Q You stabbed Stephen Timms.A Yep.Choudhry gives details of the attack, as heard in her trial. She says she made an appointment to see him at his constituency surgery.Q。 Why did you make that appointment?A So I can do what I did.Q So tell 2010年5月14日に実施、約4時間後にフォレストゲート警察stationThisのインタビューでして、Stephen Timmsさんを刺したのための彼女の逮捕は、スティーブンTimmsさんを刺したのChoudhryの逮捕後4時間を実施した
Bond market to open to foreign firms ‘in months’ Foreign companies may be allowed to sell bonds in China without using local units within months as the government expands capital markets, said UBS Securities Co., the No. 3 underwriter of domestic corporate debt this year.
“We have many clients around the world who are very interested in issuing bonds in China for their expansion on the ground,” said Simon Jin, managing director and head of fixed income for UBS Securities in Beijing.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission said in ... 外国企業は、今年の債務政府はヶ月以内に使用せずに、中国の単位を地方債をかもしれないこと販売許可に展開企業の資本市場を、と第3引受、UBS証券会社の国内。。u0026quot;我々は、世界中のクライアントを持つ多くの人々地面ているの拡張のために中国で発行債券を非常に興味がある、。。u0026quot;北京とサイモンジンは、マネージングディレクターの証券のUBSの所得と頭部固定の中国証券監督管理委員会で述べた...
Putin visit strengthens Russia-Venezuela ties (3) He also took the opportunity to thank Venezuela's support in Russia's fight against terrorism.
This is Putin's first visit to Venezuela. He arrived at the Simon Bolivar International Airport, some 50 km from Caracas, on Friday at 6:20 a.m. local time (1050 GMT).
His formal meeting with Chavez was held at Miraflores Palace, the Venezuelan presidential headquarters.
The two leaders also visited a Russian navy ship which arrived in La Guaria in Venezuela's Vargas state a few days ago.
T ... 彼はまた、テロだったとの戦いで、ロシアの支援に感謝するベネズエラの機会を、これはベネズエラへの初訪問プーチンです
Eagle-eyed Poulter savors HK success Ian Poutler survived final round challenge from fellow Briton Simon Dyson to win the Hong Kong Open on Sunday.
Poulter, who began the final day wit... イアンPoutlerはウィットを最終日始まった
Podcast: Latin America at the checkpoint In a week of escalating violence near Mexico's border with Texas, we call on two experts to explain what is going on and why. The journalist Ed Vulliamy travelled the length of the 2,000-mile border while researching his book Amexica. He reports on the violence he found there, and also the warmth and courage of ordinary people trapped in an increasingly bloody war.Colombian historian Oscar Guardiola-Rivera points out that Latinos will be the majority in the US by the middle of this century, and suggests some of the ways in which Latin America could offer a lead to the developed world as it struggles to come to terms with social, economic and environmental meltdown.Plus we go to New York to interview the fourth of the authors shortlisted for this year's Guardian first book award, Maile Chapman. We ask why, with so much going on in the here and now, she should have have chosen to set her debut novel in Finland in the 1920s.Prize drawWe also have two signed copies to give away of Patti Smith's memoir Just Kids, which this week won the US's prestigious National Book Award for non-fiction. Send your answers to email@example.com – but be warned, two of them come in two parts.1. Which Irish novelist nominated Patti Smith as his hero in the Guardian Review, and which poet did he cite in making his case? 2. Where did Simon Reynolds meet up with Smith for an Observer interview in 2005?3. Who reviewed Just Kids for the Guardian Review, and which of the reviewer's books did Smith tell her audience to go out and buy during a comeback concert in New York?4. What is the price of the hardback edition of Just Kids at the Guardian bookshop?: Terms and conditions for the Patti Smith prize drawReading listWhat If Latin America Ruled the World? Oscar Guardiola-Rivera (Bl テキサスとメキシコの国境に近い暴力をエスカレートさせるの週では、我々は何が起こっているか、その理由を説明する2つの専門家を呼ぶ
Six lessons for schoolkids | Michael Tomasky In today's Guardian, Simon Schama (government adviser? I did not know) lays out his idea about the six things from British history he thinks schoolkids should know: the Henry II-Thomas a Beckett nastiness, the black death, the execution of Charles I, the expansion into India, the Irish wars and the opium wars.Set me thinking about the American equivalent. My list: The conquering of the hemisphere, in both its glory and gory details; the War of Independence, as we cheekily insist on calling it to this day, and the formation of the republic (one might call these 2a and 2b); the Civil War and history of slavery; the Great Depression and the New Deal; The 60s; The Age of Reagan.I skip a lot, of course, but my concentration on the 20th century here is designed to give the little ones some grounding in the country in which they actually live and how it came to be what it is.Since as you know I haven't yet had a child enter the pedagogical ranks but will sometime soon, I have no idea what they're teaching these days. I'm sure they teach all these things. But how they teach them is the question.Take for example the Monroe Doctrine. Did I ever tell you my Monroe Doctrine story? I was in third grade, Miss Cook's class (yes, Miss! remember, it was 1967-68). Miss Cook was explaining to us that this was a truly important moment because it was the first time the US asserted itself as a world power, telling European nations that any meddling in the southern bits of the Western hemisphere would be regarded as acts of aggression against the US. And so, we said to Europe, that's our playpen, not yours.I have a very clear memory of thinking to myself, in the vocabulary of a seven-year-old: well, that's all well and good vis a vis us and Europe, but didn't that sit rather oddly with the fo 今日のガーディアンで、サイモンSchamaは（？政府顧問私は知りませんでした）彼はschoolkidsが知っておくべきと考えているイギリスの歴史から六のことについての彼のアイデアを産む：ヘンリーII -トーマスベケット意地の悪さ、黒死、チャールズの実行私、インドへの進出、アイルランドの戦争とアヘンは、私はアメリカと同じことを考えwars.Set
HSBC Mulls Robertson For Temporary Chairman Role - Report LONDON (Reuters) - Europe's biggest bank HSBC is considering appointing Sir Simon Robertson as its new chairman for two to three years, reports the Sunday Times without citing sources. ロンドンは、（ロイター） - ヨーロッパ最大の銀行HSBCは2〜3年用の新しい会長としてサーサイモンロバートソンを任命検討している、サンデータイムズ紙は、ソースを引用することなく報告する
Balciunaite wins European marathon title Lithuania's Zivile Balciunaite was crowned women's marathon champion at the European championships on Saturday. Balciunaite clocked a time of 2hr 31min 14sec for the 42.195km course after an acceleration at the 30km mark left her rivals trailing.Russian Nailya Yulamanova finished second at 1min 01sec, with Italian Anna Incerti third at 1:34.Romanian Lidia Simon (born Slavuteanu) led the field for the first half of the race and, with the best personal time of the 43-strong field, the 2001 world champion appeared one of the biggest threats. リトアニアのZivile Balciunaite土曜日に欧州選手権で女子マラソンのチャンピオンを戴冠した
Guardian Daily podcast: Harman and David Miliband help leftwinger as nominations close; plus new study into genetic causes of autism Michael White in Westminster hears from Harriet Harman on the five-way race for the Labour leadership as her nominee Diane Abbott has made it onto the ballot paper with only seconds to spare. Also key Abbott supporter David Lammy, and Ian Austin who's backing Ed Balls.Meanwhile the set-piece event in parliament was prime minister's questions, where the party leaders squared up over civil liberties and David Cameron announced that he would be flying the flag of St George over Downing Street for the World Cup. Simon Hoggart, the Guardian's parliamentary sketch-writer, gives his view of proceedings.A study has been published into the genetic causes of autism. At the Guardian's HQ, Alok Jha tells Jon Dennis about its implications for people with autism.Middle East editor Ian Black explains how the latest UN sanctions against Iran will affect efforts to prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons.And Maev Kennedy reports from Skin, a new exhibition at London's Wellcome Collection that focuses on the uses and abuses of the human body's largest organ.Jon DennisMichael WhiteTim MabyPhil Maynard
Australia not necessarily to adopt carbon tax Minister for Regional Australia Simon Crean denied Sunday the renewed discussion about carbon tax, which means Australia will certainly introduce a price in its response to climate change.
Earlier, the coalition has been accusing Prime Minister Julia Gillard of misleading Australians after she changed her mind on whether a carbon tax should be considered.
On the eve of the Aug. 21 federal election, Gillard ruled out introducing a carbon tax. However, it has since been put back on the agend ... 価格はオーストラリアがします確かに紹介彼女は誤解を招くようなオーストラリアの後の首相ジュリアギラードをその内閣総理応答非難するようにされて多国籍軍がいる以前、気候変動でアクセスが拒否されました日曜日に新たな心を彼女の変。税、意味の炭素ディスカッションを約クリーン大臣は、サイモン地域オーストラリア考えられるかどうかを炭素すべき税は
North Korea v South Korea: mapping every incident from 1958 to 2010 North and South Korea are in a state of heightened tensions following attacks on Yeonpyeong island. How many of these incidents have there been - and where were they?• Get the dataTwo South Korean marines have died after North Korea fired shells at the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong. South Korea's Joint Chief of Staff said 16 others were injured during the bombardment of the island, which is located near the countries' disputed western border.This is obviously not the first time this has happened - there have been over 150 incidents since the Korean War in 1950, that we know about. The reason we do know about these is because of an exhaustive report by the Congressional Research Service, published in 2007. It covers every incident, from diplomatic hostilities, through to the more serious events where people have died.Some of these events have occured around the world.We wanted to map those events, using Google Fusion tables - and that's what you can see above. There are some hefty caveats here. Where we didn't know the precise location, we have made an educated guess, based on reports and the location details we do have. The other thing worth noting is that this was compiled in the US - a report compiled in Pyongyang would look very very different.This is just a starting point. What can you add to the data?Download the data• DATA: download the full spreadsheetWorld government data• Search the world's government with our gatewayDevelopment and aid data• Search the world's global development data with our gatewayCan you do something with this data?• Flickr Please post your visualisations and mash-ups on our Flickr group• Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org• Get the A-Z of data• More at the Datastore directory• Follow us on TwitterNorth KoreaSouth KoreaSimon Rogersguardia 北朝鮮と韓国は島を延坪への攻撃、次の高まる緊張の状態になっています
Nadal moves on at US tennis Open, Murray goes home Rafael Nadal swept into the last 16 at the US Open on Sunday, but Andy Murray's campaign came to a shuddering halt.Top seed Nadal swept past Gilles Simon of France 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 as Spanish players dominated the top half of the draw, filling five out of eight places through into the fourth round.The number one seed will play Spanish compatriot Feliciano Lopez for a place in the quarter-finals. Lopez won through when opponent Sergiy Stakhovsky of Ukraine abandoned when losing 6-3, 4-0. ラファエルナダルは昨年16にUSオープンで日曜日が、掃引アンディマレーのキャンペーンが震えhalt.Topシードナダルになった過去のジルシモンフランス6-4、6-4、6-2の掃除スペイン選手がトップを支配として引き分けの半分、1つの種は準々決勝の場所をスペイン同胞フェリシアーノロペスが再生されます4 round.The番号に介して場所を5つのうちの8つの充填
Letters: Labour lines up for leadership and London mayor Regardless of party politics, we welcome Diane Abbott's decision to enter the Labour leadership contest (Editorial, 24 May). This is important for the Labour party, but also for an inclusive modern democratic process. That's why we think it important that she gains the required nominations from her fellow MPs. Diane brings much more than race and gender to the leadership debate. She also brings vast political experience and political views that will not be there if she is not nominated. Debate on issues such as the economy, Iraq, Afghanistan, civil liberties, union rights, immigration, social justice, gender and broader equality issues will all benefit from her intervention. Now more than ever this new political landscape needs bold and courageous women to be at the heart of political debate. We strongly urge Labour MPs to use their crucial role to ensure that Diane secures sufficient nominations to remain in the contest. Simon Woolley (Operation Black Vote)Ann Pettifor Ahmad Shahzad (Chair BAME Labour)Bell Ribeiro Addy (NUS Black Students Officer)Peter Willsman (Labour Party NEC)Oona King (former MP)Kwame Kwei-Armah (actor/playwright)Lorene FabianAnni MarjoramDavid LinseyRussell Cartwright• The election of a London mayor in 2012 will test the strength of Conservative support nearly two years into David Cameron's administration. London needs to return to a policy of investing in our public services, leading the capital and speaking for London as a whole, not the cuts and incoherence of the present administration under Boris Johnson. Labour will shortly choose a candidate for mayor. We need a candidate who can give leadership in a time of crisis, has demonstrated their commitment to innovation and cutting-edge policies, who understands London's political landscape and wh 関係なく、政党政治の、我々はダイアンアボットの決定を労働リーダーシップコンテスト（編集、入力を歓迎5月24日）
General Growth Favors Brookfield Shopping-mall owner General Growth Properties Inc. decided its preferred option for exiting bankruptcy is a revised proposal led by Brookfield Asset Management rather than a competing offer from rival mall giant Simon Property. ショッピングモールのオーナー一般成長プロパティ社が破産を終了するため、その優先オプションを決定した修正案ブルックフィールドアセットマネジメントでライバルモールの巨大なサイモンプロパティから競合する提案ではなく、導かれる
Largest US mall owner may bid for UK counterpart Simon Property Group, the largest US shopping mall owner, may try to expand in Europe by attempting a takeover of its British counterpart, Capital Shopping Centres Group.
Simon told to put up or shut up over Capital Shopping Centres Simon Property Group, the world's largest owner of shopping centres, has until 12 January to make a firm offer for the UK's Capital Shopping Centres following its indicative £2.9bn bid on Wednesday. 1月12日は、水曜日に29億bidその示すポンド以下の英国の首都ショッピングセンターのためのしっかりした提案をするまでサイモンプロパティグループには、ショッピングセンターの世界最大の所有者が持っています
Interview with Summer Sellers Summer Sellers is currently unemployed, losing her job in advertising when local clients cut back on their spendingSimon Jeffery
Soccer: Officials sworn in The Brazilian match officials taking charge of the England-United States match are being given a crash course in the obscenities that English-speaking players may use on the pitch. Carlos Simon will referee tomorrow's match in... ブラジル戦の関係者イングランド-米国はひわいな言葉でクラッシュコースは、英語圏の選手たちがピッチ上で使用することが与えられている一致を担当
Kiwi speedboat pilot bailed The Kiwi speedboat pilot arrested for manslaughter over the death of an 11-year-old girl in London has been bailed until late November. Tauranga man Matt Gibson, 22, was towing a banana boat from which Mari-Simon Cronje fell in... ロンドンで11歳の少女の死を殺人で逮捕されるキウイボートのパイロットは11月下旬まで救済されています
New Zealand head for World Cup despite terror threat The New Zealand men's field hockey team left for the World Cup in New Delhi today without striker Simon Child, pictured left, who admitted concern ove... ニュージーランドの男子ホッケーチームは、ワールドカップのニューデリーでは、本日、ストライカーなく、人の懸念オベを認めた左の写真...サイモン子供、左
Wikileaks Iraq war logs: every death mapped The Wikileaks Iraq war logs provide us with a unique picture of every death in Iraq. These are those events mapped using Google Fusion tablesSimon Rogers
Wikileaks' Afghanistan war logs: how our datajournalism operation worked The Wikileaks disclosure of thousands of Afghanistan war records was datajournalism in action. This is how we did it• Get the overview data• Guardian selection of key events from the Wikileaks Afghanistan files: the data• Wikileaks Afghanistan IED attacks dataWell, we always wanted stories from data: now we've got it. In spades. With bells on. The Wikileaks' Afghanistan war logs are a fantastic victory for investigative data-based journalism, not only here at the Guardian but at the New York Times and Der Spiegel too.It's also datajournalism in action. What we wanted to do was enable our team of specialist reporters to get great human stories from the information – and we wanted to analyse it to get the big picture, to show how the war really is going. It's been a busy month for those of us who work with data at the Guardian; this is how we got here.It was central to what we would do quite early on that we would not publish the full database. Wikileaks was already going to do that and we wanted to make sure that we didn't reveal the names of informants or unnecessarily endanger Nato troops. At the same time, we needed to make the data easier to use for our team of investigative reporters: David Leigh, Declan Walsh, Simon Tisdall, Richard Norton-Taylor. We also wanted to make it simpler to access key information for you, out there in the real world – as clear and open as we could make it.The data came to us as a huge Excel file – over 92,201 rows of data, some with nothing in at all or were the result of poor formatting. Anything over 60,000 rows or so brings Excel down in dramatic fashion – saving takes a painfully long period of time (tip number one – turn automatic saving off in preferences…). It doesn't help reporters trying to trawl through the data for stories and アフガニスタン戦争のレコード数千人のWikileaksは開示は、アクションのdatajournalismされました
Sounds Jewish: October 2010 This month, Jason is joined by Birds of a Feather writers Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran – and by one of the stars of Mike Leigh's Two Thousand Years, Alexis Zegerman.Is Howard Jacobson's triumph – winning the Man Booker prize with an avowedly, intensely Jewish novel – part of a trend? Has Jewish life suddenly gone mainstream in the British arts?Marks and Gran discuss the real life Nazi origins of their acclaimed new play, Von Ribbentrop's Watch – and explain why Jews have always been the outsiders in their TV shows.And with a new BBC show depicting a Jewish family – Simon Amstell's Grandma's House, we'll ask whether it's ever possible to avoid turning Jewish characters into stereotypes. And why do Jewish mothers always sound so shrill and overbearing on screen?What about the new generation of British Jewish writers and actors: is Jewishness central to their work? Or are they just Jew-ish?Plus, don't miss Marks and Gran 's perfect Jewish joke....Jason Solomons
今月は、ジェイソンは、フェザーの作家ローレンスマークスアンドモーリスグランの鳥で参加している - とMike Leighさんの二千年の星のいずれかによって、アレクシスZegerman.IsハワードJacobsonさんの勝利 - とブッカー賞を受賞公然と、強烈にユダヤ人小説 - トレンドの一部？ ？ユダヤ人の生活が突然、英国美術の主流を行ってマークスアンドグランが絶賛された新しい遊び、フォンリッベントロップ腕時計のナチス起源を現実の生活を議論あり - と説明、ユダヤ人は常に新しいBBCの番組でshows.And彼らのテレビで部外者になっている理由我々はそれが固定観念にユダヤ人の文字を回すようにこれが可能かどうか尋ねる、サイモンAmstellのおばあちゃんの家よ - ユダヤ人の家族を描いた
Australian police probed over email Up to 100 police officers in the Australian state of Victoria are under investigation over a racist email message that has been circulated in the internal police email system.Chief Commissioner Simon Overland told The Age newspaper... 100警察官にビクトリア州のオーストラリアの状態にするには、内部警察のメールsystem.Chief弁務官サイモンランド内に流通されている人種差別的な電子メールメッセージを調査している時代の新聞に語った...
Election's a mystery to One News Welcome to One News - if you'd like to know how Australia's elections work, we're completely incapable of telling you.That seemed to be the problem for presenter Simon Dallow when he fronted a segment on our closest neighbour's... ようこそOneニュースに - あなたはどのようにオーストラリアの選挙は、仕事を知ってご希望の場合、我々は完全にyou.Thatを伝えるのができないしている司会者の問題サイモンダロー彼はセグメントをガラス張りように見えた私たちの最も近い隣人の...
Albums of 2010, No 1: Janelle Monáe - The ArchAndroid (Suites II and III) Was it cerebral hip-hop? Freaked-out funk? Or an updated Innervisions? There is no point trying to pigeonhole the Guardian's favourite album of 2010 – just sit back and enjoySome years the most celebrated albums are perfect jewels whose brilliance derives from focus and consistency. Guardian critics' two favourite albums of 2010, however, are more like treasure chests, where the whole point is abundance and some stones may be more precious than others. Yet they point in opposite directions: Kanye West's towards the celebrity self and Janelle Monáe's towards the wider world — Me v Us, as Neil Tennant recently put it when talking about modern pop. At just 25, Monáe is absurdly, vertiginously talented. Although 2007's Metropolis: The Chase Suite had a cult following, a lot of people's first exposure to her was a YouTubed appearance on Letterman in May, performing Tightrope. Tiny in her tuxedo, she had that rare and compelling combination of razzle-dazzle exhibitionism with a sense of something mysterious and withheld. It was, in the words of the James Brown routine she unapologetically homaged, Star Time. Nina Simone used to complain that though she moved between styles people always labeled her jazz because she was black. The same goes for Monáe and R&B. It's part of the mix on The ArchAndroid but it's uselessly reductive as a general description. You could extrapolate whole albums from single tracks here: a tough, cerebral hip-hop record from Dance Or Die, an updated Innervisions from Locked Inside, a freaked-out funk opus from Mushrooms & Roses, and so on. She belongs to the tradition of OutKast, Prince, David Bowie and Funkadelic – artists who command so many genres that they become one themselves. The ArchAndroid is proudly OTT, as any record that purports to tell the それを脳ヒップホップか？びびるアウトファンク？または更新するInnervisions？ただで最も有名なアルバムが輝き焦点との整合性から派生して完璧な宝石ですenjoySome年と座って - 2010年のガーディアンのお気に入りのアルバムを整理したしようとしても意味がないです
Calls for law reform after abortion case Pro-choice advocates have welcomed the acquittal of a Cairns couple charged over a home abortion and have called on the Queensland Government to reform the law.A Cairns jury today took less than an hour to find Tegan Simone Leach,... プロの選。擁護派は、家庭の中絶の上ご利用ケアンズカップルの無罪判決を歓迎している今日law.Aケアンズ陪審員を改革するクイーンズランド州政府に求めているTeganして、Simoneリーチを見つけるために時間未満を取り、...
Tech Weekly podcast: Email overload On this week's programme we discuss the waning influence of email, as users turn to different tools to communicate more effectively with one another. Are priority inboxes the answer? Or is a whole new method of communication in order? We speak with Jeff Bonfiorte from Xobni (it's inbox, spelt backwards) who explains why email isn't dead, just misunderstood. He offers his insight on how to reach the fabled Inbox Zero.Charles follows the collapse of Haystack, the US State Department's-sponsored anti-censorship software, celebrated for its role in opening up the Iranian web during the violence in the aftermath of Iran's 2009 elections. It has been found to make its users vulnerable to the authoritarian government, rather than anonymous; the team dissects the hype.We look at the latest hacker actions taken against the RIAA and the MPAA, causing their services to go down. Charles argues that there's nothing to be done to stop attacks like this in the future; it's simply part of the weather of the Internet, and we should just bring our umbrellas.And Jemima weighs in on the open-source social network Diaspora, which has released it's first code. The project promotes personal data ownership, a criticism levied against Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook.Plus - we want your questions for the next in our installment of the Startup Surgery. Next week corporate finance specialist Simon Carmichael of Torch Partners will be answering your questions on refining your proposition to take your business to the next level. Questions to him on the PDA blog.Don't forget to ...• Comment below• Mail us at email@example.com• Get our Twitter feed for programme updates or follow our Twitter list• Join our Facebook group• See our pics on Flickr/Post your tech picsAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurJemima KissS ユーザーが別のツールをより効果的に相互に通信に向けると、今週のプログラムで私たちは、電子メールの衰退の影響を議論する
Leeds fight on as Wigan survive County scare Leeds United's thrilling FA Cup adventure goes on after a penalty equaliser in the sixth minute of injury time ensured Simon Grayson's side took Tottenham to a fourth round replay.Jermaine Beckford, Leeds' match-winner in their third round victory over Manchester United, was the hero again, coolly converting the spot-kick to earn the League One (third division) side a 2-2 draw and a second chance of reaching the last 16. リーズユナイテッドのスリル満点のFAカップでの冒険にけがの時間を6分にPKをゴール後に、第4ラウンドreplay.Jermaineベックフォード、リーズ。。u0026#39;にマッチ、マンチェスターユナイテッドでは第3ラウンドの勝利で優勝にトッテナムしたサイモングレイソンの側に確保されてから英雄もう一度冷静にその場変換する）側に2-2で引き分け、最後の16に到達度目のチャンスは、リーグ1（第3部門を獲得するキック
Move over Simón Bolívar: a new youth orchestra is on its way | Tom Service The famous Venezuelan musicians are growing long in the tooth – and there's a new generation waiting in the wingsThe Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra is youthful no longer – as I was saying last week in my review of their concert with Gustavo Dudamel at the Lucerne Easter festival. Their blurb says the musicians are between 17 and 25 years old, but I would guess the average age of these brilliant Venezuelans is somewhere in the late 20s. Mere pedantry? Not really. The Bolívars are at a crossroads: many of the players, who have grown up with their conductor Dudamel, are now making their living as teachers in El Sistema. But the question for the future is this: how would the orchestra fare as a grownup professional orchestra, measured not just against young musicians, but the best in the world? The Bolívars now have an identifiable style of playing – incredibly intense, disciplined, brutally loud – that suits a narrow band of late-Romantic and early-20th-century repertory. But how would they fare with the wide range of music expected of an international orchestra, from classics such as Mozart and Haydn to contemporary music such as Karlheinz Stockhausen and György Kurtág, of which they don't seem to have much experience? Whatever happens to the orchestra in the future, British and European audiences will have the chance to hear another Venezuelan troupe this autumn: the Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra. Aimed at El Sistema players aged between 14 and 19, this ensemble fills the gaps left behind by the ageing Bolívars. That makes the Carreño orchestra a direct competitor for the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain. The Carreños will be conducted at London's Southbank Centre in October by Christian 。ásquez, 25, one of several young conductors produced by El Sistema and suc 有名なベネズエラのミュージシャンの長い歯に成長している - とは、新世代のwingsTheシモンボリバルユースオーケストラで待っているのはもはや若々しいです - 私が先週、グスターボドゥダメルとのコンサートの私の評価ではルツェルンイースター祭で言っていた
Australia fights back in second Ashes Test Shane Watson and Mike Hussey were stabilising Australia's first innings after losing three wickets in 10 balls in a sensational start to the second Ashes Test against England at the Adelaide Oval on Friday.Watson, who was to blame for opening batsman Simon Katich's run out off the fourth ball of the innings, was leading the recovery after Australia were reeling at two for three in the third over.At lunch, Australia were 94 for three after winning the toss with Watson on 50 and first Test centurion Hussey not out 36. シェーンワトソンとMike Husseyさんが開くのせいだFriday.Watsonアデレードオーバルでのイングランド戦第二灰テストにセンセーショナルなスタートで10球で三ウィケットを失った後、オーストラリアの最初のイニングを安定化された打者サイモンカティックのオフを使い果たすオーストラリアは第三over.Atランチの三の2つで動揺された後にイニングの第四のボールは、オーストラリアが50と最初のテストの隊長ハシーていないうち36のワトソンと投げ勝った後三は94であったが、回復をリードしていた
Domracheva wins the women's World Cup ski pursuit Darya Domracheva won the women's World Cup pursuit on Sunday to follow up her victory in the 7.5km sprint here 24 hours earlier.The Belarus, due to her sprint success, started first and maintained that position despite picking up one penalty and a strong challenge from Germany's Magdelena Neuner.Domracheva, who won 15km bronze at the Vancouver Olympics, covered the 10km circuit in 31min 32.6sec, 12s clear of Neuner, who had three penalties, and 18s up on Simone Hauswald. ダリヤDomracheva日曜日に7.5キロスプリントここでベラルーシの24時間earlier.The彼女の勝利をフォローアップして、彼女のスプリントの成功のために、女子のワールドカップを追求した、最初に起動し、維持しそこから一つのPKと強力な挑戦を拾うにもかかわらず、位置ドイツのMagdelena Neuner.Domracheva氏は、バンクーバー五輪で15キロ銅メダルを獲得し、31分32.6sec、12秒でNeuner、人の3つの罰則は、18歳までシモーネHauswaldでいたのをオフに10キロ回路をカバーした
Hauswald wins as Neuner closes on biathlon title Germany's Simone Hauswald followed up her sprint victory earlier in the week by winning the pursuit event in the women's biathlon World Cup here on Saturday.Hauswald, who will retire at the end of the month, secured her sixth season victory in the 10km race with a time of 32min 5.5sec and three shooting penalties.The 30-year-old finished 5.4sec ahead of Belarus's Darya Domracheva, with Swede Anna Carin Olofsson-Zidek third, 39.8sec back. ドイツのシモーネHauswald彼女のスプリント勝利は先週初めに、女性のバイアスロンのワールドカップはここをSaturday.Hauswald上では、今月末で退職さを追求するイベントには、10キロのレースでの彼女のシーズン6勝目を獲得しフォロー32分5.5secの時間と3つの撮影penalties.The 30歳5.4sec先のベラルーシのダリヤDomrachevaは、スウェーデン人アンナカリンOlofssonを終えたジーデク、39.8secに戻る3
The best of the Hay festival 2010 In Hay-on-Wye this year Ian McEwan got friendly with a pig, Christopher Hitchens reviewed his brother's book and Pervez Musharraf hinted at a bid for power. We round up the best of the Hay festival 2010At the Hay festival 2010 the sun shone and the rain fell as a veritable galaxy of stellar names from literature, art and politics descended on the village of Hay-on-Wye: from Ian McEwan to James Lovelock, and from Roy Hattersley to Fatima Bhutto.On our daily Haycast, we heard David Mitchell explain why formal experimentation is a young man's game, Nadine Gordimer claim her intimate life for herself and the people with whom it was lived, and Christopher Hitchens give his verdict on his brother Peter's latest book. While on stage, the environmental writer Fred Pearce said fears of overpopulation were nonsense, Helen Dunmore warned of the dangers of fictionalising history, the education secretary Michael Gove offered the historian Niall Ferguson a job, and Pervez Musharraf hinted at a possible bid for power.We asked festivalgoers to send us their pictures of the Hay festival, and about the books they were actually reading. We also went in search of the festival beyond the canvas, setting authors Francesca Simonand Grayson Perry the challenge of finding a secondhand gem for less than a tenner.But with the festival coming to a close, we returned to fundamentals, following the visitors to Hay-on-Wye in the quest which underlies the entire event – the search for used books, new books, half-forgotten books ... the search for that perfect book: the one you will be reading next.Guardian Hay festivalIan McEwanJames LovelockRoy HattersleyFatima BhuttoDavid MitchellNadine GordimerChristopher HitchensPeter HitchensHelen DunmoreMichael GoveFrancesca SimonGrayson PerryFestivalsguardian.c ヘイはワイに今年はイアンマキューアンは友好的豚となったでは、クリストファーヒッチェンズ氏は兄の本とムシャラフ大統領の見直し電力の入札を示唆した
Tech Weekly podcast: The Social Network - our verdict on the Facebook film Join Aleks Krotoski, Jemima Kiss, Gia Milinovich and Charles Arthur for the latest technology news. This week, they dissect The Social Network, often referred to as The Facebook Movie, because it documents the rise and rise and rise of the most popular social networking site in the world. 500 million users can't be wrong, right? Charles, Jemima and Gia report back from this week's special preview screening.Also this week, the virtual and the real worlds are under threat from hackers. An Iranian nuclear power plant has been infiltrated by a computer worm that attacks the integral systems of the plant's workings. Charles suggests it's a government job, and Gia gets excited about nuclear espionage.Alexander Hanff from Privacy International gives us the implications of the 750 MB file accidentally revealed on the ACS:Law website after it was taken down by members of the 4Chan social network - and what legal recourse the 10,000 email and ISP address owners have against the firm, who have the details as part of investigations into illegal peer-to-peer filesharing.Next week, as previously billed for this programme, the team are joined by Simon Carmichael from Torch Partners who will be answering your pressing start-up questions in the latest in our Start-Up Surgery series.Don't forget to ...• Comment below• Mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org• Get our Twitter feed for programme updates or follow our Twitter list• Join our Facebook group• See our pics on Flickr/Post your tech picsAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurJemima KissScott Cawley
Letters: UN stoning call We are writing to ask that the UN general assembly condemn stoning as a crime against humanity and issue an emergency resolution calling for an end to the medieval and barbaric punishment as well as the immediate release of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani and others sentenced to death by stoning.We also ask that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad not be allowed to address the general assembly and that his government be boycotted.A government that still stones people to death in the 21st century must have no place in the United Nations or any other international institution or body.Mina Ahadi, Spokesperson, International Committee against Stoning and International Committee against Execution, GermanyMaryam Namazie, Spokesperson, Iran Solidarity, Equal Rights Now and One Law for All, UKShahla Abghari, Women's Rights Activist, USABoaz Adhengo, Project Nabuur Capital, KenyaOphelia Benson, Editor, Butterflies and Wheels, USAHelle Merete Brix, Writer and Journalist, DenmarkRoy W Brown, International Humanist and Ethical Union, UN Geneva Main Representative, SwitzerlandEwa Dabrowska-Szulc, President, Pro Femina Association, PolandRichard Dawkins, Scientist and Author, UKSanal Edamaruku, President, Rationalist International, IndiaSonja Eggerickx, President, International Humanist Ethical Union, BelgiumCaroline Fourest, Writer and Columnist, FranceA C Grayling, Writer and Philosopher, UKMaria Hagberg, Chairperson, Network Against Honour Related Violence, SwedenLeo Igwe, Executive Director, Nigerian Humanist Movement, NigeriaHope Knutsson, President, Sidmennt the Icelandic Ethical Humanist Association Reykjavik, IcelandJulia Kristeva, Président, Jury du Prix Simone de Beauvoir pour la Liberté des Femmes, FranceGhulam Mustafa Lakho, Advocate High Court of Sindh, PakistanAnne-marie Lizin, Senate Honor 我々は、国連総会は、人道に対する犯罪として投。非難し、問題の緊急解決を中世と野蛮な罰としてだけでなく、SakinehモハンマディAshtianiの即時釈放などの死に石打ちによる死刑に終止符を求める質問に書いている
Philip Pullman's Jesus, Dan Rhodes, and the latest from the Bologna book fair In this week's podcast we look at Philip Pullman's latest book, The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ, a rewriting of the christian story provocatively published in the week of Easter. We have an exclusive extract from the audiobook, read by Pullman himself, and our panellists answer some of the questions every Pullman fan wants to ask: why did he decide to write the book? Just how blasphemous is it? How serious are the threats made by outraged believers? We also find out what the archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, made of it in the pages of this week's Saturday Review.Also on this week's show, Lindesay Irvine talks to Dan Rhodes about his award-winning novel Little Hands Clapping, while Julia Eccleshare reports on the hottest titles at the Bologna children's book fair, and tips the books for parents to read with their children over the Easter break.Reading listThe Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ by Philip Pullman (Canongate)Little Hands Clapping by Dan Rhodes (Canongate)Children's booksThe Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon by David Almond, (Walker, 7+)How To Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell (Hodder, 7+)The Man from Pomegranate Street Caroline Lawrence (Orion, 8+)The Great Hamster Massacre by Katie Davies, illustrated by Hannah Shaw (Simon and Schuster, 8+)Sparks by Ally Kennen (Scholastic, 9+)VampiresTwilight by Stephanie Meyer (Atom)The Vampire Diaries by LJ Smith (Hodder)Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead (Simon and Schuster)Claire ArmitsteadRiazat ButtLindesay IrvineJulia EccleshareScott Cawley
Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles: a casualty of Afghan policy war | Simon Tisdall The British special envoy's scepticism about the US-led surge meant he had to go. Being proved right will be cold comfortThe sudden departure of Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, Britain's special envoy to Afghanistan, represents another body blow for a US-led policy that is already shredding at the edges.Cowper-Coles brought a wealth of experience and hardheaded pragmatism to a problem – the Afghan intervention begun in 2001 – bedevilled by fond hopes, misperceptions and sheer ignorance. The former UK ambassador was also unafraid to speak his mind, even when that meant potentially upsetting the grand panjandrums of the Pentagon and their equally self-regarding political masters at the White House.Cowper-Coles made no secret of his doubts about US strategy in private discussions during a recent meeting in London. The Afghan war lacked a military solution, he said, and the sooner this fact was faced, and new emphasis placed on a diplomatic approach, the better for all concerned.This strongly-held opinion, of which the Americans could not fail to be aware, was exactly what Barack Obama and General Stanley McChrystal, Nato's commander, did not want to hear. After a lengthy policy review last year, in which Britain was barely consulted, Obama decided to send a surge of 30,000 extra troops to Afghanistan and escalate the war, principally in the southern Taliban strongholds. McChrystal was given the job of reducing the Taliban militarily to the point at which they would effectively sue for peace at almost any price.Any encouragement offered to the Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, who increasingly favours a broad dialogue with the Taliban, was therefore viewed by the US as premature, if not extremely unhelpful. The recent Obama-Karzai meeting in Washington brought only a very limited e 米国主導の急増については、英国の特使の懐疑は、彼が行かなければならなかったことを意味
Guardian Daily podcast: Alleged Russian spies and should Prince Charles influence architecture The spectre of the Cold War returns amid new spying allegations in the USA. Chris McGreal reports the FBI charges. Former KGB spy Oleg Gordievsky, who defected to Britain during the Cold War, tells us his only surprise is that the Americans didn't act sooner. And the Guardian's security editor Richard Norton-Taylor reckons the Russian operation was amateurish.Peter Sale compiles a report on the legacy of the World Cup 2010. '1 Goal' is a Non Governmental Organisation teaching football to young South Africans, hoping it will lead to improved education and more good players.Prince Charles launches a robust defence of his involvement in the 3 billion pound redevelopment of London's Chelsea Barracks as Robert Booth explains. Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins defends the prince's right to say what he wants.Mike DuranTim Maby
Volcano travel chaos fails to dampen spirits at Coachella Gorillaz and Thom Yorke closed California's Coachella festival though some stranded British acts were unable to appearGorillaz and Thom Yorke brought California's Coachella festival to a close last night, despite travel chaos caused by the cloud of volcanic ash.The festival, which takes place in Indio, saw British bands including The Cribs, Frightened Rabbit and Bad Lieutenant forced to pull their sets after they were grounded in the UK. However, the majority of the British contingent on the bill were already in the US when the crisis hit on Thursday.Damon Albarn's Gorillaz closed the three-day festival with the premier of the live show for new album Plastic Beach, with a house band featuring former Clash members Mick Jones and Paul Simonon.The other big highlight for the festival's final day came with the comeback show from cult 1990s rockers Pavement.On the Saturday night, Muse kept the British flag flying as they enjoyed their biggest Stateside hit to date with fifth album The Resistance. Wearing giant blue sunglasses, Matt Bellamy led his band through a typically dramatic set that incorporated elements of The Star-Spangled Banner and Nirvana's School. Meanwhile, Faith No More's show saw a red-suited Mike Patton attempt to crowd-surf as his band covered the Michael Jackson classic Ben.Coachella also proved a weekend rich with returns. Jack White brought out Dead Weather to launch new album Sea Of Cowards and Friday saw James Murphy's LCD Soundsystem play their first major show out of New York on the back of third and final album This Is Happening.And New York proved to be a theme with two contrasting tributes to the city becoming theme songs of Friday night – LCD's New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down and headliner Jay-。's Empire State of Mind. It was, of いくつかの本イギリスの行為はappearGorillazとトムヨークに近い最後の夜に、カリフォルニア州のコーチェラフェスティバルをもたらしたことができませんでしたがゴリラズとトムヨーク、旅行混乱インディオで行われる火山ash.The祭の雲によって引き起こさにもかかわらず、カリフォルニア州のコーチェラフェスティバルを閉じるベビーベッド、怖がってウサギと悪い中尉を含む英国のバンドが彼らは英国で接地された後、そのセットを引っ張って強制的に見た
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pos. num. rider nation team bike km/h
1 27 casey stoner aus ducati marlboro team ducati 322.0
2 46 valentino rossi ita fiat yamaha team yamaha 316.7
3 99 jorge lorenzo spa fiat yamaha team yamaha 316.1
4 69 nicky hayden usa ducati marlboro team ducati 317.9
5 11 ben spies usa monster yamaha tech 3 yamaha 314.3
6 14 randy de puniet fra lcr honda motogp honda 320.2
7 4 andrea dovizioso ita repsol honda team honda 319.1
8 26 dani pedrosa spa repsol honda team honda 319.8
9 5 colin edwards usa monster yamaha tech 3 yamaha 316.0
10 65 loris capirossi ita rizla suzuki motogp suzuki 313.1
11 40 hector barbera spa paginas amarillas aspar ducati 319.2
12 41 aleix espargaro spa pramac racing team ducati 315.7
13 33 marco melandri ita san carlo honda gresini honda 314.3
14 7 hiroshi aoyama jpn interwetten honda motogp honda 318.1
15 58 marco simoncelli ita san carlo honda gresini honda 315.2
16 19 alvaro bautista spa rizla suzuki motogp suzuki 318.1
17 36 mika kallio fin pramac racing team ducati 318.5
European debt crisis: the possible domino effect As Spain's credit rating is downgraded a day after Standard & Poor's cut its ratings on Greek and Portuguese debt, how far could the eurozone's debt contagion spread?Paul ScrutonPaddy AllenSimon RogersSimon Bowers
スペインの信用格付けは1日、スタンダード＆プアーズの後にダウングレードされますように、ギリシャ語、ポルトガル。債務の格付けを引き下げ、どの程度まで可能性がユーロ圏の債務感染の広がり？ポールScrutonPaddy AllenSimon RogersSimonバウワーズ
Meares reclaims women's 500m time trial crown Anna Meares of Australia reclaimed her 500 metre time trial crown at the world track cycling championships on Wednesday.Meares, who won Australia's only track medal -- a silver in the sprint -- at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, set a personal best of 33.381sec to claim her third world title in the discipline.Defending champion and reigning world record holder Simona Krupeckaite of Lithuania finished second to take the silver in a time of 33.462, with Olga Panarina of Belarus winning the bronze in 33.779. アンナミアーズオーストラリアのWednesday.Mearesはオーストラリアで唯一のトラック金メダル - スプリントで銀メダル - 北京オリンピック、2008年にウォンの世界トラック自転車競技選手権大会で、彼女の500メートルのタイムトライアルで王冠埋め立てセット33.381の個人最高discipline.Defendingチャンピオンの彼女の3番目の世界タイトルを獲得し、世界記録保持者のシモーナKrupeckaiteリトアニアの天。秒2番目の33.462のタイムで銀メダルを取るには、オルガPanarinaベラルーシとの33.779で銅メダルを獲得を終えた
Dutch grind out opening win over Danes The Netherlands began their World Cup campaign with a 2-0 victory over Denmark on Monday in their Group E match at Sports City.Both goals came in the second-half with an own goal by Simon Poulsen and a late one from Liverpool's Dirk Kuyt giving the Dutch a perfect start to their campaign as they seek to put an end to having never won the trophy.They will also be delighted to have taken the three points without injured winger Arjen Robben, who sat out the match but is expected to be available for the remaining two matches. オランダはスポーツCity.Both目。滞在グループEの試合は21日、デンマークを2-0で勝利とのW杯キャンペーンを始めた後半のシモンポウルセンとリバプールのディルクカイトから深夜1与えることによって、自分の目標に付属trophy.Theyも喜んでされるウォン、決して自分のキャンペーンにオランダ完璧なスタートでは、彼らが終止符を打つしようとして有する負傷ウィンガーアリエンロッベンが、試合を座って利用できるように期待されてなく3点を取っている残りの2つに一致します
Letters: African democracy and human rights The snubbing of the inauguration of Omar al-Bashir by Britain and the US, (World leaders stay away as Bashir sworn in for new term in Sudan, 28 May) demonstrates the hypocritical stance world leaders continue to take to the Sudanese president. In April, the international community accepted the results of Sudan's deeply flawed elections, despite evidence of ballot-box stuffing, political intimidation and violence at polling stations, in the hope of keeping cordial relations with Bashir. His indictment by the international criminal court for war crimes and crimes against humanity has been almost completely sidelined and it is believed that the US is preparing to lift trade sanctions on Sudan. Better relations with Bashir, it is thought, will bring peace to Sudan – yet talks on Darfur are at a standstill and the government continues to bomb Darfur's Jebel Marra with impunity.For over five years the world has pandered to Sudan behind closed doors, publicly issuing empty threats, which have resulted in conditions for the people of Sudan only becoming more desperate. It is time that Cameron and Obama took seriously the threat of a man who has killed over 2 million of his own civilians.Louise Roland-GosselinDirector, Waging Peace• Simon Tisdall sees the Ethiopian EPRDF's landslide victory in Ethiopia as a one-party march to the future (World briefing, 27 May). On the contrary. The EPRDF is a coalition of political parties – including the Tigray People's Liberation Front, Amhara National Democratic Movement, and the Oromo People's Democratic Organisation – representing the nine Regions of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. On the other hand, over 60 political parties participated during the Ethiopian election – but they lost. The EPRDF was voted in by the Ethiopian pe 英国、米国、（世界の指導者の距離バシールスーダンで、新学期の就任式としては28月）世界の指導者は、スーダン大統領に飲み続ける偽善な姿勢を示して滞在しオマルアルバシールの就任のスナバ
Husband of late actress Brittany Murphy found dead The husband of late actress Brittany Murphy has been found dead, authorities confirmed Monday, five months after his wife's accidental death.British screenwriter Simon Monjack, 39 was discovered unconscious at the couple's home in the Hollywood Hills late Sunday before being pronounced dead, the Los Angeles County Coroner's office confirmed Monday.Preliminary investigations indicated his death was natural causes, a Los Angeles Police Department spokesman said. 後半女優ブリタニーマーフィの夫が死体で発見されており、当局は2009年、妻の偶然death.British脚本サイモンMonjack 5か月後の確認、39は、ハリウッドヒルズのカップルの帰宅が遅く日曜日で無意識の発音死亡される前に発見された、ロサンゼルスロサンゼルス郡検死官事務所は、彼の死をした自然な原因、ロサンゼルス市警のスポークスマンいると指摘したMonday.Preliminary調査を確認した
A year in open data: how the Open Platform has changed what we do We're out of Beta. Today the Open Platform is finally released to the world. Now we've realised how far we still have to go.As we pushed the Open Platform out of beta this week we started looking back at what has happened over the year. In March 2009 we launched a beta service for re-using Guardian content that took the form of an open database and a new way to publish the raw data that informs our journalism. We named the initiative the Open Platform.A year later it's easy to see that we did a lot of things right but that we actually have a lot further to go.When Simon Rogers first shared what data he could offer at our first internal Hack Day, we knew this was something that had to be opened up right away. We recognised early on that the Open Platform needed to move to a more data-focused view of journalism over time, and Simon was well on his way to defining what that world looked like. So, we created the Data Store, an umbrella brand for the data products we offer which included Simon's now world famous Datablog.There has been some truly innovative datajournalism: • The BNP vote across the UK from our spreadsheets• Aid to Haiti compared by country• Full swine flu data• UK election results as a spreadsheet - the only place you can get this• The best election datasetsThe innovation of publishing raw data using Google Docs was exactly what we needed and it came with some nice surprises, such as the ability to see when other people are also looking at a spreadsheet using Google's sharing features. This live shared reading experience is amazing to witness.Then we setup a group on Flickr where people share their data visualisations, and we add some of the things people make with Guardian data in our own Applications Gallery. We have a thriving Twitter feed too.There 私たちはベータ版のだ
Thailand's unrest may unsettle region | Simon Tisdall Without international help to reconcile the warring redshirts and Bangkok establishment, there is a wider security riskIf the clashes in Bangkok were transposed to central Paris, international commentators would be talking excitedly about revolution, class warfare, the future of the social contract, looming economic catastrophe and the end of democracy. Outside pressure to calm the situation would be immense.Thailand's latest tumults, which began in March, have failed to attract that level of interest, nor have they been afforded much importance in the wider world. But that may be changing as the country visibly struggles to avoid a descent into uncontrolled violence, even civil war.Despite a long history of military interference – the army has mounted 18 actual or attempted coups since 1933 – Thailand remains a democratic country with a parliamentary system and a constitutional monarch. It was the 2006 army coup ousting the elected prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, that initially triggered the present crisis.Thailand's continuing democratic example matters to Malaysia, to the south, where tensions over ethnic, civil and human rights sometimes produce autocratic responses, and even more so in Burma, to the north, where pro-democracy forces oppose a brutal military dictatorship. But sustaining Thai democracy also matters to Britain and other western countries, which look at a region increasingly influenced by the Chinese communist hegemony and wonder how long key states such as Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, will uphold western democratic values and standards if neighbours discard them.The political, as well as physical, collision between the redshirts – a pro-Thaksin movement ostensibly representing the urban and rural poor – and establishment fo 、国際的なコメンテーターは興。革命については、階級闘争の話になる国際的な助けがなければ交戦赤シャツ隊、バンコクの確立を調整する、バンコクでの衝突はパリ中心部にトランスポーズされた広いセキュリティriskIfは、社会契約の将来の経済の大惨事を迫り来ると民主主義の終わり
Who is winning the gay vote? | Simon Jeffery A survey by the social networking site Gaydar puts the Tories ahead of LabourIf there's one demographic that Labour should hope to count on even when others are deserting in droves, it's the gay vote. From the equalisation of the age of consent, to workplace equality legislation and the rules preventing discrimination by adoption agencies, Labour's record on gay issues is impeccable. But an interesting survey out today suggests that David Cameron's attempts to shake off the demons of Section 28 appear to have paid off.It's particularly interesting as the end of the survey period, 18-24 March, coincided with the screening of Cameron's awkward Gay Times interview, where he was asked why his MEPs refused to support a motion condemning a homophobic law in Lithuania. The survey was carried out among 1,500 users of the gay social networking site Gaydar, which means it's self-selecting and we must inject lots of caveats. But helpfully it asked how Gaydar users had voted in 2005, and how they planned to vote in 2010, which gives us a useful comparison.This is how members of the Gaydar survey panel said they had voted in 2005:Labour: 39.9%Conservative: 22.1%Liberal Democrat: 19.8%Did not vote: 6%Other: 4.1%Green: 3.7%Scottish National party: 3.5%Plaid Cymru: 0.9%Unsurprisingly, a big lead for Labour. Compare that with the voting intentions for 2010:Conservative: 28.9%Labour: 27.5%Liberal Democrat: 27%Green: 4.5%Other: 4.3%Don't know: 3.7%Scottish National party: 3.4%Plaid Cymru: 0.7%Is that good for the Tories? Well, this swing is pretty much in line with opinion polls generally. But given that the Tories' gay rights conversion is unproven, and Labour's record is solid, at first glance this appears to be quite an achievement for Cameron.While all polls should be taken with a pi ソーシャルネットワーキングサイトGaydarの調査によって、今後LabourIfの1つは、労働。場合でも、他の群れを成して離脱しているに頼ることを期待する層は、それは、同性愛者投票の保守党を置きます
Simon Singh's libel victory: how many libel cases are there? As science writer Simon Singh wins his libel case, we look at how the numbers of proceedings have changed• Get the dataSimon Singh has won his libel case - over a piece he wrote in the Guardian. The British Chiropractic Association dropped its libel action against the science writer today, filing a notice of discontinuation in the high court.The case had become a cause celebre, with scientists, celebrities and freedom of speech campaigners lining up to condemn the British libel laws and argue that Singh had a right to express his opinion in print.The sudden end to the case (read the full judgment here) will strengthen the campaign for reform of the libel laws, which Jack Straw, the justice secretary, is considering. It is also a specific pledge in the Liberal Democrats' manifesto.According to statistics from the Ministry of Justice, libel cases have seen a huge jump recently - and big cases are now the largest percentage of the total they have ever been. The Libel Reform Campaign now has 50,000 signatures in its' petition to reform the laws - in addition to commitments from Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats.And defending yourself in a libel case is an expensive buisness: Singh tells the Datablog he lost 46 solid weeks of work in defending his article and it cost him £200,000.We've pulled together the data from several years below. What can you do with it?Download the data• DATA: download the full datasheetWorld government data• Search the world's government data with our gatewayCan you do something with this data?Flickr Please post your visualisations and mash-ups on our Flickr group or mail us at email@example.com• Get the A-Z of data• More at the Datastore directory• Follow us on TwitterData summary LawLabourConservativesMedia lawJack StrawPress f 科学ライターのサイモンシンは彼の名誉毀損の勝訴として、我々は手続の番号が変更されてどのように•dataSimonシンは彼の名誉棄損訴訟を獲得して入手してください - 彼はガーディアンに書いた作品で見てください
Guardian Daily podcast: First woman director wins and Oscar; plus appeal judges consider rendition secrecy case Kathryn Bigelow becomes the first woman to win the director's prize at the Oscars and her film The Hurt Locker took six prizes. Geoffrey Fletcher is the first African American screen writer ever to win, for Precious. Jason Solomons leads our film team through the show. The government has refused to comment on reports that Jon Venables, one of the killers of the toddler James Bulger, was returned to prison for alleged child pornography offences. Reporter Peter Walker explains why.An estimated 70% of voters turned out in Iraq's parliamentary election yesterday despite bombs and rockets that killed 25 in Baghdad. Martin Chulov reports from the Iraqi capital.The Roman Catholic church has joined the pre-election fray, publishing a document which it says identifies our society's values. The Archbishop of Cardiff, Peter Smith, tells the Guardian's religious affairs correspondent Riazat Butt what the Church is saying to Catholics during the election campaign.The government says it's still committed to getting Iceland to repay £2.3bn despute a referendum in Iceland showing overwhelming opposition against repayment. Financial reporter Simon Bowers has just returned from Reykjavik.The government is attempting today to have a case about torture held entirely behind closed doors, which some lawyers say would override ancient principles of English law. Afua Hirsch, our legal affairs correspondent, examines the arguments.Jon DennisPhil MaynardTim MabyJason Phipps
Australia, China launch new round free-trade talks Australia and China, which may trade goods worth A$100 billion (US$89 billion) in 2010, will open new free trade negotiations in Canberra this week, the Bloomberg reported.
More than 30 officials from China are attending the talks, which will continue until February 26, according to a spokesman for Trade Minister Simon Crean.
A free trade agreement between the two countries would boost the Australian economy by more than A$146 billion over 20 years, according to a study by the Center for ... オーストラリアと中国は、1000億ドル（米国89000000000ドル）2010年の価値は、この1週間、キャンベラにある新たな自由貿易交渉を開始する財貿易が、ブルームバーグと報じた
Guardian Daily podcast special: Diplomatic tensions between Britain and Argentina over oil exploration off the Falklands A special edition of our Guardian Daily podcast today focuses on the search for oil off the Falkland Islands.On Monday, a small British company called Desire Petroleum started drilling. Geologists say there could be up to 60 billion barrels there.But the exploration has had a disastrous effect on relations between Britain and Argentina, which claims sovereignty over the Falklands. Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins, co-author with Max Hastings of The Battle For The Falklands, says that while Britain's case might be legitimate, it should attempt to resolve the dispute over sovereignty. Grace Livingstone, author of America's Backyard: The United States and Latin America from the Monroe Doctrine to the War on Terror, says history suggests Britain hasn't always been so confident of its claim over the islands.Rory Carroll, the Guardian's Latin American correspondent, looks at the diplomatic options for Argentina as it continues to exert international pressure on Britain.Phyl Rendell, director of mineral resources for the Falkland government, tells us how hopeful she is that commercially viable oil might be discovered, and what that might mean for islanders.Jon DennisAndy DuckworthSimon JenkinsRory Carroll
Sounds Jewish: Jewish Book Week special In this special edition of Sounds Jewish direct from Jewish Book Week in the heart of London, join Jason Solomons as he speaks to acclaimed writers from Britain, America and beyond.The literary festival launched with a big fanfare this year to celebrate the slightly bizarre festival of Purim, a kind of Jewish Mardi-Gras. We hear from Purim performers Simon Schama, Anita Diamant and Kathy Lette as they explain why cross-dressing and getting drunk are obligatory.Writer and critic Hephzibah Anderson speaks to Jonathan Safran-Foer, about his new book, Eating Animals, in which he discusses vegetarianism, his grandmother and rejecting Friday night chicken soup.Jason speaks to writer Will Self who talks about half-Jews and Jews on the margins – and explains why he believes his American mother was a self-hating Jew.Cultural critic David Lehman explains why White Christmas and Easter Parade are actually Jewish songs in his new book A Fine Romance.Sounds Jewish is produced with the Jewish Community Centre for LondonPost your comments on the blog below or find us on Facebook and TwitterJason Solomons
Guardian Daily podcast: Obama toughens line with Tehran; plus Ashcroft under pressure over tax status The Obama administration is speeding up the deployment of special warships off the Iranian coast. Our Washington correspondent Chris McGreal explains why, while foreign affairs specialist Simon Tisdall looks at the likely reaction from Iran.Amazon.com has stopped selling books published by Macmillan - physical books and digital Kindle editons - in an argument over pricing. Katie Allen, our media business correspondent, says Macmillan is one of several publishers in America who say Amazon is setting the price of bestsellers too low.Lord Ashcroft - the Conservative party's biggest donor - is under fresh pressure to explain his tax status. Polly Curtis, our Whitehall correspondent, says the Cabinet Office has been told by the Information Commissioner to reveal what the peer promised when he was made a peer in 2000.British lecturers teaching at Italian universities say they're the victims of discrimination, reports Tom Kington from Rome.Jon DennisIain ChambersTim Maby
Schlierenzauer heads to Vancouver with a ski jump win Austria's Gregor Schlierenzauer leaves for next week's Winter Olympics on a winning note after finishing in first place in the World Cup ski jump event here on Saturday.With rival, Swiss Simon Amman, not taking part, the 20-year-old recorded jumps of 142 and 137 metres to pick a total of 273 points, beating Norway's Anders Jacobsen (269 pts) and Germany's Michael Neumayer (264 pts).Victory for Schlierenzauer was the 32nd World Cup win of his career and puts him on 1192 points in the overall World Cup rankings. オーストリアのグレシュリーレンツァウアー来週の冬季五輪を成功裏にSaturday.Withのライバルは、スイスのサイモンアンマン、142、20歳の記録ジャンプ参加していない上でのW杯スキージャンプのイベントはここで第1位でフィニッシュした後の葉と137メートル（269ポイント）、ノルウェーのアンダースヤコブセン暴行やドイツのマイケルノイマイヤー（264ポイント）シュリーレンツァウアーてください
Guardian Daily podcast: Public sector strikes threatened during election; plus the Oscars' short list The public sector workers' union, the PCS, is balloting its members for strike action over the government's plan to cut redundancy pay. By cutting lump sums paid to staff made redundant to a maximum of two years' pay, it's hoped to save £500 million. But our Whitehall correspondent Polly Curtis says that the union plans a series of strikes to have the maximum impact during the election campaign.The former cabinet minister Clare Short gave evidence to the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war yesterday. Sketch writer Simon Hoggart says that she was the most entertaining yet and startled the panel with her frankness about what she considered Tony Blair's dysfunctional government.The Oscars shortlist was published yesterday. Film critic Xan Brooks believes that though there are ten names, the contest is between two very different films: the Hollywood 3D blockbuster Avatar and the low-budget documentary story The Hurt Locker about a bomb disposal team in Baghdad.With only months to go before the general election Gordon Brown announced a referendum on changing the voting system. Julian Glover says it is unlikely to be passed through parliament as the Labour party might lose the election and the Conservatives are against changing to an alternative vote method of picking MPs.Psychologists at Birmingham University have found an answer to an age-old question for viewers of cowboy films: why does the good guy always win in a gun fight. Science correspondent Ian Sample reports that they have proved humans are quicker when they react to something, than if they draw their pistols first.Jon DennisTim MabyPhil Maynard
Australian consumers to benefit from Asian trade deal Australian Trade Minister Simon Crean said on Monday shoppers would have access to cheaper clothes and shoes under a new free trade deal with Southeast Asia Tariffs between Australia New Zealand and the 10 countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN will be wound back over the next decade under the deal which started on January 1 The ASEAN free trade deal would provide opportunities for Australian companies that produce cheese or lamb or work in smart ma オーストラリア貿易大臣サイモンクリーン月曜日の買い物客で東南アジアの関税オーストラリア、ニュージーランド、東南アジア諸国連合ASEAN諸国の10カ国との間で新たな自由貿易協定の下で背中に傷をされる安い服や靴にアクセスする必要があるという次の1月1日ASEAN自由貿易協定は、オーストラリア企業は、チーズや羊の生産やスマートミリアンペアで働くための機会を提供することを開始した契約の下、10年
Where the CIA went wrong in Afghanistan Simon Tisdall and Richard Norton-Taylor on western intelligence failures in AfghanistanSimon TisdallRichard Norton-Taylor
Guardian Daily podcast: Severe weather warnings across much of UK; plus intelligence crisis in Afghanistan As Britain experienes its longest spell of cold weather for almost 30 years, Martin Wainwright reports from Leeds, where he's exeriencing his own snow-related problems. Mervyn Cole from Age Concern/Help the Aged explains how the cold snap is affecting older people.Hilary Benn, seccretary of state for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, has unveiled the government's food strategy for the next 20 years. The Guardian's Felicity Lawrence, author of two books about the food business - Not on the Label and Eat Your Heart Out - gives her reaction.Adam Gabbatt joins keepers at London Zoo, where staff are busy with the annual task of counting all the animals there.The most senior US military intelligence officer in Afghanistan has criticised the work of his agents in the country. Major General Michael Flynn says he wants intelligence work to focus less on the Taliban and more on the Afghan people. Foreign affairs specialist Simon Tisdall and security editor Richard Norton-Taylor say the report paints a devastating picture of American intelligence.Jon DennisFrancesca Panetta