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    • Plane carrying Tunisian ex-president refuels in Italy
      The plane carrying former Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali lands at Cagliari airport in Sardinia, Italy, to refuel, Qatar-based Arabic broadcaster reported. &$&$Source:Xinhua&$&$ ... サルデーニャ、イタリア、カリアリ空港で元チュニジア大統領ジンエルアビディンベンアリの土地を運ぶ飛行機は、燃料を補給するためカタールのアラビア語放送局が伝えた

    • Kuwait shuts down al-Jazeera for covering opposition protest meeting
      The Arabic TV station is barred from Kuwait after broadcasting footage of a meeting protesting about a government crackdownKuwait has shut the offices of al-Jazeera in the country and withdrawn its accreditation after it broadcast news of an opposition National Assembly member in defiance of government warnings. The network, whose headquarters is in Qatar, says Kuwait accused it of meddling in the country's internal affairs. Its reporters are also barred from working in the country. Kuwait said the move was its response to al-Jazeera's defiance of warnings not to cover recent political developments in the country. Last week it broadcast footage of police beating opposition assembly members and their supporters at a meeting to discuss a government crackdown on freedoms. The station says it will continue to cover news in Kuwait.KuwaitMiddle EastAl-JazeeraTV newsTelevision industryguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds アラビア語放送局は、政府のcrackdownKuwaitについて抗議して会議の映像を放送後にクウェートから禁じられている国ではアルジャジーラのオフィスをシャットダウンしている、それが政府の警告を無視し、野党国会議員のニュースを放送した後、その認定を取り下げた

    • Letters: A Monopoly of chance encounters
      Your article on the 75th anniversary of Monopoly (G2, 28 December) took me right back to 1938, when as a girl of 13, I played it morning, noon and night with my brother and his friend. This was in Vienna, in March, just after the Anschluss when Hitler invaded, and, being of Jewish family background, we could not go to school. I had just been given this new game by my grandfather on his recent return from one of his business trips to England. It was a godsend as we could not go anywhere else and there was nothing else to do. To this day, I remember all the streets and still have the original set – and it is complete, and well used. Soon afterwards I came to this country with Kindertransport, and now, as an octogenarian, a British subject, and with four years' service in the WAAF during the war, I have been playing this very game with my grandchildren and telling them the history of it all.Alice AnsonWatford • Michael Hann may like to know we are keeping his article. We currently have 32 Monopoly sets, the oldest of which is pre-second world war and belonged to my husband as a child. Wherever we go on holiday, we try to acquire a local Monopoly as a souvenir and, if necessary, buy a dictionary for translating the Chance and Community Chest cards (eg the Czech, Polish and Icelandic versions). We have local versions from Thunder Bay, on the Canadian shore of Lake Superior; a Cypriot version called Totopoly; a rug version from the Netherlands; and a Birmingham edition. There are travel sets, a card game version and an Arabic version, bought for us by my son when he was working in Kuwait, which we are still trying to screw up the courage to attempt. Playing Monopoly in different languages does wonders for one's language skills, not least learning to count and to interpret sig モノポリー75周年記念(G2は12月28日)にあなたの記事は、13の女の子として、私はそれを朝、昼と夜の弟と彼の友人と遊んだ1938年にすぐに戻って連れて行ってくれました

    • Palestine papers: a glossary
      Explanation of abbreviations and terms used in the leaked Palestinian records of Middle East peace negotiations1967: Shorthand for the borders until the Middle East war of June that yearAbu Ala: Ahmed Qureia's familiar Arabic nameAG: Amos Gilad, senior Israeli defence ministry officialAM: Abu Mazen, familiar Arabic name for the Palestinian president, Mahmoud AbbasAnnapolis: A peace conference held in November 2007 in Annapolis, Maryland, which relaunched the Israeli-Palestinian talks with the goal of reaching agreement within a year. Hence many of the talks take place over the succeeding yearAPI: Arab Peace Initiative. Plan adopted by Arab League (2000, 2007) offering recognition of Israel in exchange for a return to the 1967 borders and just solution of the Palestinian issue, including refugeesBibi: Nickname for Binyamin Netanyahu, Israeli prime minister since March 2009Clinton parameters: Outlines of agreement reached under US president Bill Clinton in summer 2000, but never implementedCR: Condoleezza Rice, US secretary of state, 2005-09Goldstone: A report by the South African judge Richard Goldstone on the Gaza war of December 2008 - January 2009, which found evidence that Israel and Hamas had committed war crimesGM: George Mitchell, US special envoy for the Middle EastHar Homa (Jebel Abu Ghneim in Arabic): An Israeli settlement between Jerusalem and Bethlehem in occupied territoryHC: Hilary Clinton, US secretary of state since January 2009Molcho: Yitzhak Molcho, Israeli lawyer and negotiatorNML: No man's landPS: Permanent status; definitive issues to be settled in the negotiationsQuartet: Grouping of the UN, US, EU and Russia involved in mediating the peace processGilad Shalit: Israeli soldier captured and held by Hamas since a cross-border raid in June 2006ToR: Te 略語と中東和平negotiations1967の流出パレスチナレコードで使用される用語の説明:6月の中東戦争までの罫線の速記yearAbuアラこと:AhmedさんQureia馴染みのアラビア語nameAG:アモスして、Gilad、シニアイスラエルの防衛省officialAM:アブマゼン、年以内に合意に達することを目的とイスラエルパレスチナ交渉を再開アナポリス、メリーランド州、2007年11月に開催された平和会議:パレスチナ大統領、マフムードAbbasAnnapolisに精通し、アラビア語の名前を指定します

    • French workers kidnapped in Niger
      Al Qaeda has claimed responsibility for kidnapping five French nationals near a uranium mine deep in the desert of the African nation of Niger, according to an audio message broadcast.The group said in a message broadcast on Arabic... アルカイダは、ウラン鉱山ニジェールのアフリカの国の砂漠の深い五フランス国籍の近くに誘拐の責任を主張しているアラビア語のメッセージ放送によるとオーディオメッセージbroadcast.Theグループによると...

    • AuFeminin Looks to Expand Its Reach
      Having conquered the French market, a Web site that offers advice for women from women, wants to open sites in Brazil, China, India, Russia and the Arabic world. フランス市場は、女性から女性のためのアドバイスを提供するWebサイト、征服持つブラジル、中国、インド、ロシア、アラビア語の世界でサイトを開くしようとしています

    • Science Weekly podcast: The Beagle Project; Hubble at 20; and Arabic science
      Nell Boase is Lady Science this week ...All the way from Maine, Dr Karen James joins us in the studio to tell us about The Beagle Project, which aims to recreate the ship in which Charles Darwin sailed on his world-changing voyage of discovery. Karen is also a huge space fan and will watch the penultimate shuttle launch as part of Nasa's tweetup. She also tells us about getting a call on her mobile phone from the space station. Best ever revellation on the podcast: Karen tells us the dialling code for space. Guardian science correspondent Ian Sample is in the studio to ask Karen about her thoughts on the future of Nasa. As the Hubble space telescope reaches the age of 20, we take a closer look at what it has achieved. Giles Sparrow runs us through some of its greatest hits in his book Hubble: Window on the Universe. We have prepared a beautiful audio slideshow to go with this interview. Despite Arabic science helping shape the scientific method, theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili discusses what's holding it back today. His new book is called Pathfinders: The Golden Age of Arabic Science. Prof Al-Khalili is also chairing a special lecture at London's Royal Albert Hall this week with Stephen Hawking. Subscribe for free via iTunes to ensure every episode gets delivered. (Here is the non-iTunes URL feed).Meet our crack team of science bloggers:The Lay Scientist by Martin RobbinsLife and Physics by Jon ButterworthPunctuated Equilibrium by GrrlScientistPolitical Science by Evan Harris Follow the podcast on our Science Weekly Twitter feed and receive updates on all breaking science news stories from Guardian Science. Email scienceweeklypodcast@gmail.com. Guardian Science is now on Facebook. You can also join our Science Weekly Facebook group. Listen back through our archive ネルボースは今週...すべての方法がメインからの女性科学は、博士がして、Karen Jamesさんは、チャールズダーウィンは、彼の世界を変える旅に出航した船を再現することを目的とビーグルプロジェクトについて教えて、スタジオで私たちを結合する発見

    • We are not a world service | Peter Preston
      The BBC and the Foreign Office are locked in talks over the future of the World Service. Some savings should be simpleLong ago and far away, I found myself cast as Lord Haw-Haw. Ian Smith had staged his UDI in Rhodesia. The government of the day had given the BBC World Service a dollop of cash to start emergency broadcasting in the country. And there I was, week after week, paid a pittance to jeer at the Smith regime's imbecilities. Ho-ho-ho-haw-haw! Which was (and still is) one of the things about Bush House that doesn't quite make sense.On the one hand, it's an independent and enviably serious voice of Britain in 32 different languages, costing £272m a year – money straight from the Foreign Office as a grant in aid. On the other hand, it can only provide what HMG will pay for. Sly stuff to give Smith's opponents added hope? Certainly, Mr Wilson. A television channel in Arabic to put the Middle East to rights? Certainly, Mr Blair. And now, as the crunch comes, the old game's afoot again.Of course the FCO wants to carve back its grant (by somewhere between 25% and 40% on the Osborne scale). In Whitehall terms, the Foreign Office has tiny resources. There isn't, frankly, too much to cut: so the World Service and British Council have to take their lumps. That's the price of depending on taxpayers for your daily bread. What the minister gives, the minister can take away.How do you fight the axe? We've been here before. Some blameless little service – say Burma's hour of sustenance a day – is said to be in danger after 70 glorious years of truth-telling. Instant reaction: totally predictable. Could there be a crasser candidate for cutting? Its audience (at 8.4 million) is rising, not falling, its role in bringing light to dark places manifest. Is this what coalition carnage BBCや外務省は、ワールドサービスの将来をめぐる協議でロックされています

    • Webclip shows Israeli soldier dancing aound prisoner
      A grainy video of a male Israeli soldier bellydancing around a bound and blindfolded female prisoner which went viral overnight, on Tuesday provoked a furious response from the Palestinians.The clip, which came to light after it was screened on Israel's private Channel 10 television late on Monday, shows a soldier gyrating to rhythmic drumbeat of an Arabic track as the woman, who is wearing a headscarf, huddles against a wall, her hands bound in front of her and her eyes bound with a white cloth. 火曜日に一晩ウイルス行ったバインドされ、目隠しの女性囚人の周りの男性、イスラエル兵士bellydancingの粗いビデオは、それが終盤にイスラエルのプライベートチャンネル10のテレビで上映された後に明るみに出たPalestinians.Theクリップからの猛烈な反応を引き起こした月曜日は、スカーフを身に着けている女性は、アラビア語トラックのリズミカルなドラムと旋回兵士が、壁にhuddles示し、彼女の手は白い布にバインドされた彼女と彼女の目の前にバインドされている


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