13201144 エントリを集積

本システムについて
本技術について



updatenews @ hr.sub.jp
TOP PAGE











newsplus summarization

Amazon レビュー summarization

価格.com summarization

アットコスメ summarization

食べログ summarization

楽天レビュー summarization

TSUTAYA レビュー 要約

じゃらん レビュー 要約



Splog Filter



最新 24時間         急減少ワード         cyclic        
  インターネット ( 651 )     ニュース ( 2876 )     アニメ ( 2209 )     コンビニ小売 ( 477 )     スポーツ ( 2818 )     映画 ( 1746 )     ゲーム ( 1649 )     芸能 エンタメ ( 1206 )     政治 国際 ( 2239 )     飲食 ( 1327 )     音楽 ( 3516 )     ドラマ ( 1679 )     ハードウェア ( 496 )     ソフトウェア ( 212 )     医療 健康 ( 707 )     時季 ( 1104 )     テクノロジー ( 460 )     自動車 ( 428 )     ビジネス 経済 ( 1300 )     ファッション ( 460 )     書籍 ( 938 )     漫画 ( 1267 )     番組 ( 737 )     料理 ( 847 )     家電 ( 154 )     レジャー ( 1161 )     学術 科学 ( 469 )     地域 ( 1443 )     フレーズ ( 277 )     コスメティック ( 212 )     自然 ( 1161 )     ファンシー ( 157 )     お笑い ( 463 )     趣味 ( 234 )     学校 ( 402 )     ギャンブル ( 1081 )     アート 芸術 ( 188 )     生活 ( 266 )  



    脆弱性

    テクノロジー 関連語 firefox マイクロソフト ツイート
    • Good list of races to watch | Michael Tomasky
      At OpenLeft.com, the progressive activist and consultant Mike Lux has produced an interesting list of 16 key House races liberals ought to pay attention to. It's definitely worth a read.Lux puts Tom Periello's reelection campaign at the top of his list because he is a freshman progressive Democrat who barely won in 2008 and has voted pretty much down the line for HCR and so on. If he can somehow get himself reelected, which at this point is a bit of a long shot but not impossible, that would be a hopeful sign.And how about this race:CA-45. Steve Pougnet. This is a district carried by Obama in 2008, and Steve (the Palm Springs Mayor) is running a solid race. He would be the first openly gay dad in Congress, as well as the first legally married gay man elected to Congress. Mary Bono Mack has always had some vulnerabilities, and it's time to take her out. The first married gay man! I am way for that guy, and I hope some of these loony-toons from down south get trapped in the elevator with him. Mary Bono Mack, by the way, is the post-Cher wife (and ergo widow) of Sonny Bono, who for those of you who don't know became an off-the-charts right-winger after the singing career went poof, although by today's standards he was probably a moderate.Palm Springs, Cali, in the desert, was from the 50s forward an arch Republican redoubt. It was just about rich people and golf and self-exiled Hollywood types of that political persuasion (sadly, to me, including Ginger Rogers, who became deeply right-wing as the years went on, obviously forgetting the moral of undeservedly little-remembered I'll Be Seeing You, in which she co-starred with the great Joseph Cotten). But over the course of the 90s and aughts it became tres gay. But I think that may be kind of a weekend-seasonal thing, so I'm OpenLeft.comでは、進歩的な活動とコンサルタントは、マイクラックスは16個のキーハウスレースのリベラル派の興味深いリストを制作しているはずに注意を払うこと

    • NZ rapist facing new charges in Cambodia
      A New Zealander jailed in 2004 for raping five teenage Cambodian girls between the ages of 14 and 19 is now facing new charges of defamation and disinformation filed by a charity group which looks after vulnerable women and children.Graham... ニュージーランドは14〜19歳までの五十代のカンボジアの女の子を強姦、現。脆弱性が、女性とchildren.Grahamの世話を慈善団体によって提出される名誉毀損と偽の新料金に直面している2004年に投獄され...

    • Space weather could wreak havoc in gadget-driven world
      A geomagnetic space storm sparked by a solar eruption like the one that flared toward Earth Tuesday is bound to strike again and could wreak havoc across the gadget-happy modern world, experts say.Contemporary society is increasingly vulnerable to space weather because of our dependence on satellite systems for synchronizing computers, navigational systems, telecommunications networks and other electronic devices. 地球の火曜日に向かってフレアする1つのような太陽の爆発がきっかけ地磁気宇宙嵐が再びストにガジェット-幸せな近代的な世界に大混乱をもたらす可能性がバインドされている、専門家say.Contemporary社会はますます宇宙天気への依存度のために脆弱性が存在します同期のコンピュータ、ナビゲーションシステム、通信ネットワークやその他の電子デバイスのための衛星システム

    • Vulnerable EU banks told to raise money
      European officials have said banks must try to raise money themselves before seeking state support if tests by regulators reveal "vulnerabilities". 欧州委員会は、銀行は規制当局による検査は、。。u0026quot;脆弱性。。u0026quot;を明らか場合は、国の支援を求める前にお金を自分自身を高めるために努めなければならないと述べている

    • A safe exit for sex workers | Brian Tobin
      In Bradford, as we saw in Ipswich, addiction and poverty have led women to pay with their livesThe murder of three women working as prostitutes in Bradford has reminded us of the terror that gripped the streets of Ipswich four years ago. During Steve Wright's killing spree in the winter of 2006, many of the women I work with became acutely aware of their vulnerability and wanted to get out, there and then.But sex workers tend to have multiple problems, including addictions, poverty, poor physical and mental health, and childcare responsibilities – and since they are often victims of domestic violence and rape, their feelings of shame and self-blame can often be a barrier to summoning up the necessary willpower to exit the trade. And even when they begin a more structured phase of drug treatment with groups such as our Iceni Project, they suffer anxiety and trauma when coming into contact with people who may recognise them from their time in the sex industry.Some people I've talked to believe that if these women wanted to get out of the industry they could just walk away. They simply don't appreciate how hard it is. These women live in a climate where extortion, blackmail and fear of physical abuse from former or current partners are an everyday reality; they are often socially isolated, and are terrified that family members will learn of their involvement in prostitution; on top of this, their mental health issues include depression, anxiety and self-harm.In Ipswich, assisting women out of street sex work was a steep learning curve for all of us. We learned that no single organisation could respond to meet such needs, and that collaborative working arrangements were crucial.Prior to the events of 2006, services in Ipswich were aimed at minimising the harm and risk assoc 我々はイプスウィッチでは、中毒見たように、貧困ブラッドフォードでは、女性が3人の女性の彼らのlivesThe殺人ブラッドフォードの売春婦として働いて支払うこと4年前のイプスウィッチの街をとりこにテロを想起させるがつながっている

    • Toyota’s Push for Fast Growth Put Quality in Question
      In its successful drive to become No. 1 in worldwide sales, the automaker may have left its reputation vulnerable. その成功のドライブでは世界的な販売の第1は、自動車メーカーの評。脆弱性が残っていることになる

    • Tomb raiders: why does no one care about Cairo's Egyptian Museum?
      Judging by reports from Cairo, the west does not understand that one of the greatest antiquity collections on Earth is in dangerIf petrol bombs were being thrown in St Marks Square in Venice, or outside the British Museum, what would reports say? We would never stop hearing about the threat to humanity's cultural heritage. Yet, as I scan the news sites for the latest reports from Cairo, it is strange how little stress has been placed on the unique importance and fragility of the contents of the Egyptian Museum, which stands at the very heart of the unfolding tragedy. That is why I must reiterate my previous attempt to draw attention to this silent witness and victim of events.No, works of art are not people. The violence to protesters who had been so peaceful is nightmarish. But a nightmare scenario is also unfolding for the antiquities of Egypt. As I already stressed earlier this week, the collection of the Egyptian Museum is one of the greatest on Earth. This is where the golden mask of Tutenkamun is kept; the mummies of the pharaohs, and so much more.The image that has haunted me all week is of a very ancient and very spooky tomb statue in the museum: it keeps coming to mind because I have seen nothing like it anywhere else – and because it is made of wood. Old, dry wood. All these treasures could vanish in smoke so easily.My initial assumption was that the western media were downplaying the museum because it seemed less important than the lives at stake and the future to be won. It was even being said that to draw attention to looting was to do the propaganda work of the regime. But now I am starting to wonder if people in the west even know or care what is in that building. It is a great museum. And it is in peril.MuseumsEgyptEgyptologyProtestHosni MubarakEgyptArtS カイロからの報告から判断すると、西は地球上で最大の古代のコレクションの一つには、ヴェネツィアのサンマルコ広場でスローされていたdangerIf火炎瓶になっているか、大英博物館、レポートは何を言うの外側を理解しないのですか?我々は、人類の文化遺産への脅威の話を聞くのを停止することはない

    • Hong Kong's economy in 2010, rebounds beyond expectations (3)
      LOOKING AHEAD Looking forward, Kwok from HSBC thought Hong Kong's economy will continue to roar, as the recent growth drivers are expected to hold firmly in place over the coming year, though the city remains vulnerable to a renewed U.S./EU-led global slowdown in demand or major global financial market disruptions. Thus, HSBC has raised its 2011 GDP growth forecast for Hong Kong to a consensus-busting 5.2 percent, higher than the 4.6 percent expected by the markets. According to BOCHK, ... ルッキングアヘッドは、先を見通せば、HSBCのからKwokさんは、最近の成長ドライバーは今後一年間でしっかり保持するために期待されているとして市が/ EU主導の世界的な景気後退への新たな米の脆弱性は残るが、香港の経済は、轟音を続けると考え需要や世界の主要な金融市場の混乱

    • A Murky Picture as Seafood Industry Eyes Oil Slick
      Murky outlook for Louisiana's seafood industry and restaurants as oil laps at vulnerable coast Louisiana - United States - Seafood - Business - Meat and Seafood アメリカ合衆国-マーキーの見通しのルイジアナ州のルイジアナ州沿岸石油レストランシーフード業界と周で脆弱性-シーフード-ビジネス-肉とシーフード

    • Kudrin Says $60 Oil Needed Next Year
      Russia needs oil prices above $60 per barrel in 2011 to ensure stable growth, although the country's economy is less vulnerable than those of developed markets, Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said late Saturday. 国の経済が発展途上の市場に比べて脆弱性が存在しますが、ロシアは、バレル60ドルあたり2011年には安定した成長を確保するために上記の原油価格を必要とするため、アレクセイクドリン財務相は、後期土曜日は言った

    • Saudis freer, rights not institutionalised
      Saudis have become freer in the five years of King Abdullah's reign but civil rights remain far from institutionalised and vulnerable to political change, Human Rights Watch said on Monday. サウジアラビアは、制度化と政治的変化に対する脆弱性から遠くのアブドラ国王の治世が市民権の5年間で自由なままになっている、とヒューマンライツウォッチは述べた

    • Bureau: China will balance books on high-speed rail
      The Beijing-Tianjin Intercity Railway will break even this year and based on comprehensive analysis, all future high-speed rail operations will break even without a doubt, said Deputy Director General of Transportation Bureau Su Shunhu on Aug. 11. Su said that the profitability of high-speed rail is not as vulnerable as many people believe. This year the Beijing-Tianjin inter-city railway will break even he said. The operating situation analysis also shows the profitability outlook of the Hef ... 北京-天津都市間鉄道は今年が壊れるも、分析的基づいて、将来のすべての高速鉄道の操作は疑いがなく破るも、当。副所長蘇一般の交通局

    • Letters: Frail economy needs another stimulus
      The Conservative party's calls for immediate cuts to the economy have been met by a growing chorus of criticism, warning that this risks sending the economy back into recession (Report, 8 March). The government was right to stimulate the economy with a variety of measures last year and so offset some of the worst effects of the recession. Yet, as some of the world's leading economists have pointed out, the fragile nature of the recovery means that fiscal stimulus is still required. However, according to the IMF, Britain is one of only two G20 countries not currently planning any such fiscal stimulus in 2010.A programme of government investment would not only stimulate the wider economy in the short term, but would increase long-term growth, thereby lowering the debt levels through a higher tax take. To this end, we encourage the chancellor to use the forthcoming budget to announce a second fiscal stimulus – especially in housing and transport, where investment has fallen most, and with a focus on developing a low-carbon economy – which would both help to secure economic recovery and create much needed jobs.Colin Burgon MPAlex Smith, Editor, LabourlistAustin Mitchell MPAnne Cryer MPAlexandra Kemp, Chief Executive, West Norfolk Women and Carers' Pensions Network (personal capacity)Bellavia Ribeiro-Addy, NUS National OfficerBilly Hayes, General Secretary, CWUByron Taylor, National Trade Union Liaison Officer, Trade Union & Labour Party Liaison Organisation (TULO)Cat Smith, Vice Chair, London Young LabourChris Edwards, Senior Research Fellow, UEA,Chris McCafferty MPChris McLaughlin, Editor, TribuneChristopher Cramer, Professor of Political Economy of Development, SOASClifford Singer, Director, The Other TaxPayers' AllianceColin Challen MPCompass Youth ExecutiveDave Anderson 経済への即時削減を保守党の呼び出しの批判が高まっコーラスでは、このリスクが再び不景気に(レポート3月8日)は、経済を送信する警告が満たされている

    • Romanian Government Survives No-Confidence Vote
      The country is trying to rein in the spending that has made it among the most economically vulnerable in Eastern Europe. 国は経済的に最も東欧の脆弱性のうちにした支出の抑制を試みている

    • German Banks Stronger but Some Risks Remain, Report Says
      The country’s banks have benefited from a strong domestic economy, the Bundesbank said, but many are still vulnerable to a rise in interest rates. 国の銀行は、強力な国内経済の恩恵を受けている、ドイツ連銀によると、多くの人はまだ金利の上昇に脆弱性が存在します

    • Euro Plunges Against Dollar
      The euro plunged to its lowest level against the dollar in more than four years on concerns over Europe's debt problems and economic fragility. ユーロは対ドルで最も低いレベルにヨーロッパの債務問題と経済の脆弱性への懸念で、4年以上に急落した

    • Euro Could Benefit From China's Shift
      The euro remains fragile and is vulnerable to pressures from a number of sources. But China's pledge to allow the yuan more flexibility may offer support. ユーロは壊れやすいのままと圧力に脆弱性が複数のソースからです

    • The Lock That Says ‘Pick Me’
      The intrusion into Google’s computers and related attacks point to the rising sophistication of such assaults and the vulnerability of even the best defenses. このような攻撃の上。洗練されたGoogleのコンピュータと関連の攻撃ポイントに侵入しても最高の防御の脆弱性

    • Backgrounder: Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
      The two-day nuclear security summit is scheduled to open on Monday in Washington, gathering the international community to discuss securing vulnerable nuclear materials and preventing acts of nuclear terrorism. One of the world's efforts for nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament is the publication of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). The following is a brief introduction to the NPT. In the 1960s, the United States and the Soviet Union stepped up their nuclea ... 2日間の核の安全サミットはテロ。月曜日に予定されて開くには、の予防および行為の材料を核ワシントン、収集国。脆弱性の確保についてのコミュニティを一つの軍縮不拡散、原子力の世界の取り組みのための出版物である条。核兵器(NPTの不拡散)

    • Kurds should make the most of a divided Baghdad| Ranj Alaaldin
      While Arab Iraq remains riven with bomb attacks and political instability, the Kurds should take some bold decisionsArab Iraq is getting weaker. Baghdad has no government, no leadership, and continues to be plagued with devastating bomb attacks and daily killings. It is almost irreparably divided, the victim of ideological rifts and a regional proxy conflict. There is, however, one group who will be smiling despite all this: Iraq's Kurds.A weak Baghdad equates with certainty and unassailable fortune for the Kurdistan region. History teaches that a damaged Baghdad poses no armed threat to Kurdistan's borders, while a divided Baghdad means Kurdistan is left to its own devices as it maximises its economic and energy resource potential. It was a similar set of circumstances that gave the Kurds their best catch in history: the uncertainty and disorganisation in Baghdad in 2003 paved the way for the current Iraqi constitution, one that, thanks to an elite circle of internationally renowned advisers, gave the Kurds far-reaching federalism bordering on independence.Kurdistan's luck has returned. It has been nearly six months since the elections and Arab Iraq is still without a government. The Kurds' Arab counterparts are, therefore, vulnerable, open to compromise and indeed exploitable. To capitalise on this opportune moment the Kurds have submitted a list of 19 requests to potential coalition partners in Baghdad.Included in the demands are the implementation of Article 140 of the constitution (resolution of Kirkuk and other disputed territories), rights to sign oil deals with foreign companies and the financing of the Kurdish peshmerga forces.Kurdistan also wants to limit the powers of the prime minister (unlikely ever to be a Kurd), firstly by making the head of the Iraqi nat アラブイラクは爆弾テロと政治的不安定性に心を乱さている状態で、クルド人が弱くなっているいくつかの大胆なdecisionsArabイラクを取る必要があります

    • WikiLeaks cables: the Dalai Lama is right to put climate change first | Isabel Hilton
      For Tibet, climate change is a far more urgent issue than independence – its very survival is at stakeThe Dalai Lama, according to the latest release of WikiLeaks cables, told US diplomats that, for Tibet, climate change is a more urgent issue than a political settlement. This will certainly dismay some of the more radical elements of the region's independence movement. Many of the younger Tibetans in exile are already frustrated with their spiritual leader's moderate and non-violent approach. For them, independence will always trump the environment.But if the concern is the survival of the nomadic peoples of the Tibetan plateau, the Dalai Lama is right. Exile activists, with a familiar cast of celebrities and sympathisers, have done much to define western perceptions of Tibet as primarily a political issue. But the Dalai Lama's efforts to secure a meaningful autonomy for Tibetans have not flourished. Nor has any pressure applied by the US measurably improved Tibetans' freedom; and today, with an increasingly confident and nationalist China, the prospects for progress are in retreat.Meanwhile, beyond the Himalayas, the profound and irreversible impacts of dramatic environmental changes are overtaking politics as a threat to the Tibetan way of life. The signs are everywhere: in melting permafrost; changes in surface water on the grasslands; disrupted rainfall patterns; and the retreat of most of the Himalayan glaciers – the largest store of ice outside the north and south poles.Beijing has invoked climate change as the final argument for the forced settlement of about 100,000 Tibetan nomads, blaming them for damaging the vulnerable grasslands by overgrazing. The nomads' new homes are bleak and isolated housing settlements, where they cannot keep their animals and where t チベットについては、気候変動は独立よりもはるかに急務となっている - まさにその生存率は、stakeTheダライラマにあるWikileaksはケーブルの最新リリースによると、チベットのための、気候変動は政治よりももっと緊急の課題とされていることを、米国の外交官に語った決済

    • Int'l election monitors to observe Sri Lanka's polls
      The foreign election observers who are now in Sri Lanka said on Friday that they would monitor the presidential elections in all districts including the North and East where Tamil Tiger rebels were defeated recently. Forty election monitors of the Association of Asian Elections Authorities (AAEA) told reporters that they would try to observe the polling booths and counting centers which are vulnerable to violence and rigging of votes. The monitors, who have arrived in the country at the in ... 氏は現在、スリランカでいる外国の選挙監視要員が14日には、北と東を含むすべての地区では、大統領選挙でタミールタイガー反乱軍は最近、敗北を監視すると述べた

    • In this remote town in Mali, climate change takes on a sinister reality | Madeleine Bunting
      The debate around Africa and aid will shift from charity and post-imperial responsibility to seeking environmental justiceTen years ago, I ended up on the mud flats of the Nile delta with a water engineer. He explained how everything we could see around us would be under water if sea levels rose as they are predicted to do – the nearby city of Alexandria is one of the most vulnerable to climate change in the world. It was just before a major conference on climate change, and the aim had been to find stories – and images – of global warming that got beyond the cliche of a melting ice cap. But as a journalist it was hard to bring this future to life; this sleepy bit of coastline hardly evoked the sense of urgency required to mobilise the international attention needed.This is the central paradox of climate change politics, argued the sociologist, Anthony Giddens, that electorates can't grasp the significance of climate change because it is too abstract, and not dramatic enough (they need catastrophe footage), and won't – until it's too late. By the time we are experiencing massive floods, freak weather, sea-level rises and higher temperatures, we will be well past the point of doing anything about it. He christened it Giddens paradox.Ten years on, the impact of climate change is frighteningly more concrete. In the remote town of Anakila in Mali, west Africa, I find what we were looking for in the Nile delta 10 years ago. Campaigners know the power of images to drive the message home, and that's why the aid agency Tearfund took me on a 1,000km journey from the capital, Bamako.Three hours after we left the paved road, we arrived at low mud houses clustered under large mango trees. This is part of the Sahel, and the nine months of the dry season have always left a narrow eco アフリカ援助をめぐる論争は、慈善事業やポスト帝国の責任は、環境justiceTen年前、私は水のエンジニアとナイルデルタの干潟上で終わった求めてから移動します

    • For us in the Pacific, the Cancún climate summit is about survival | Marcus Stephen
      Marcus Stephen, president of the island of Nauru, says the predicament facing the Pacific's low-lying states is shared the world over• Don't consign us to history, plead island states at CancúnLast year, heads of state from the world's largest economies gathered at the UN climate conference in Copenhagen to show solidarity with their counterparts from smaller, more vulnerable countries in the face of the largest environmental crisis in history. The failure of the negotiations to produce a legally binding treaty, coupled with shifting domestic politics, have kept the same leaders away from this year's meeting in Cancún, lest they be associated with another breakdown in talks or accused of not putting their own country's problems first.But while climate change may have become politically inconvenient in the past year for some, the threat it poses to the world is no less real. And for few people is the danger so great as it is for the citizens of Pacific island nations.For this reason, several heads of state from our region will personally take part in the Mexico negotiations – to ensure that our interests are fairly represented and to remind the world that, for us, action on climate change is not simply a matter of politics, but of survival.The countries in our region are spread across thousands of square miles in the Pacific and include hundreds of small islands and coral atolls. The region is home to more than 8 million people, 600 distinct languages, and some of the most biologically diverse marine ecosystems in the world.As with other small island states, our low-lying terrain, remote geography, vulnerability to storms, and dependence on natural resources have made the impacts of climate change all the more severe.For example, the combination of rising seas and intens マーカススティーブンは、ナウル島の社長は、太平洋の低平地の状態に直面して苦境に•世界中には、歴史に私たちを委託しないでくださいCancúnLast年に島嶼国を認める共有されている収集世界最大の経済の首脳コペンハーゲンでの国連気候変動会議では史上最大規模の環境危機に直面して、より小さく脆弱な国々からのカウンターパートとの連帯を表示します

    • Typhoon takes aim at Taiwan
      A POWERFUL typhoon was poised for a direct hit on Taiwan today, sending residents scurrying for cover, farmers hurrying to harvest vulnerable crops, and rescue crews evacuating people in mountainous regions vulnerable to landslides. 強力な台風が台湾直撃、今日、住民をカバー慌て送信、農民は収穫し、救助隊山岳地域では土砂崩れに弱い立場の人を避。脆弱性作物を急いで構えていた

    • Taiwan typhoon triggers fears of landslides
      TAIPEI - Rescue crews rushed to evacuate people from mountainous regions vulnerable to landslides as a powerful typhoon hit Taiwan.Typhoon Fanapi, the first major storm to strike the island this year, made landfall in the eastern... 台北 - レスキュー隊は、強力な台風として山岳地帯地すべりの脆弱性から人々を避難させるに駆けつけTaiwan.Typhoon Fanapiは、最初の大きな嵐今年の島を取るには、東部に上陸したヒット...

    • In praise of... Sunderland Point
      Choosing what to protect of Britain's vulnerable coastline is a difficult balancing actChoosing what to protect and what to try to save from the stormy waters around the British coast is an invidious task. Sunderland Point (that's Sunderland, Lancashire, not Sunderland, Tyne and Wear) is typical of the conflict of interests. Mycoastline, the umbrella body for local authorities and others interested in flood defences, has decided that a bit of flooding can only be good for this botanically rich stretch of saltmarsh while admitting it will be less than perfect for the people who live in the small but historic settlement which is all that remains of what used to be Lancaster's port. This is the kind of balance that has to be struck all around Britain's vulnerable coastline as it is redrawn by the forces of the sea. What makes the decision on Sunderland Point contentious – apart from the fine 18th-century buildings that survive from its economic heyday – is a simple grave on unconsecrated ground that dates from the height of the slave trade. Under a later, 19th-century, brass plate lie the remains of a young boy, Sambo, from west Africa who died alone, distraught and uncomprehending, after his owner, the ship's captain, left him for a few days. His tragic story was the subject of a poem written by a local clergyman 60 years later, which in turn became an important influence on public opinion as the anti-slavery campaign gathered momentum. Now it has become an unofficial memorial, kept decorated with flowers and painted pebbles by frequent visitors, a small but unique apology for a great crime.SlaveryFloodingguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds 英国の脆弱性が海岸線の保護のために何を選択する保護するためのものとイギリスの海岸は不公平な作業です周り嵐の海から保存しようとするactChoosing難しいバランスです

    • Angela Merkel's ban on naked short-selling is brave, not naive
      The German chancellor knows that the EU is locked in a power struggle with financial markets over the debt crisisThe condescension rained on Angela Merkel's unilateral clampdown on speculators is misplaced.The German chancellor is not naive about the workings of capitalism – she knows that democratically elected leaders are locked in a power struggle with financial markets over how the debt crisis is resolved, and on what timetable. Speculators are amoral and their tunnel vision goes no further than financial gain. They have no interest in the wider body politic, but the side effect of their actions can be to usurp the prerogative of governments, forcing them to take more draconian actions than they would wish.It is true that speculators exploit genuine flaws, but they can wreak their own havoc by magnifying and accelerating events, inflicting more pain on innocent citizens in the process: just ask any Greek facing austerity measures. They create emergencies, when measured progressive and united responses to complex problems would be far better.The credit default swaps holding eurozone governments hostage are opaque, unregulated and ripe for reform. A ban on naked short-selling is not the unprecedented, unworkable lunacy Merkel's detractors would have you believe. Hong Kong made it a criminal offence in the wake of the Asian crisis in the late 1990s, and officials there believe this has been helpful in the current crisis.Despite the discrediting of the financial sector, a belief persists that markets are all-powerful. But allowing a free rein to speculators subverts democracy.We may sometimes despair of our leaders but it cannot be right that they are trampled by unaccountable and unelected traders, acting purely for their own profit and with no thought for the wider so ドイツ首相は、EUは、債務crisisTheの恩着せがましいことで、金融市場との権力闘争での投機にメルケル首相の一方的な取り締まりに雨が降ったロックされて知ってmisplaced.Theドイツ首相は資本主義の仕組みについてはナイーブではない - 彼女は民主的指導者に選出さを知っている債務危機が解決される方法を金融市場との権力闘争では、ロックされて、何日程で

    • Crying out loud: Is it OK to sob at gigs?
      You're at a gig, surrounded by strangers and listening to the emotional music of your teenage years. Is it OK to blub, or too embarrassing for words?Weeping at gigs isn't something I generally walk around boasting about, largely because I'm a boy, boys don't cry and therefore I ... Do ... Not ... Cry ... NNNING! But I'll be damned if the urge to throw off my repressed shackles hasn't overtaken me today. You see, I saw Suede the other night, and they made me weep like Pavarotti after a serious bit of onion chopping. My eyeballs were, for want of a better word, leaking. Suede are, of course, famous for playing doom-laden and emotional glam rock, so it wasn't entirely surprising that I felt a twinge of introspection as they went about their business. But I suspect a few other elements were at work here: for example, Suede were a big part of my teenage years, soundtracking my trauma and romance with yet more trauma and romance, until my life was basically a Jean Genet novel, except with a few bongs and Mario Kart races thrown in. Then there's the crowd factor; music is usually a private experience, whether you're iPodding on the tube or lying on your bedroom floor. But surround yourself with complete strangers and for some reason your emotions go crazy, leaving you vulnerable to earnest-sounding ballads (which suddenly sound as all-powerful as the final scenes of ET). I'm not entirely sure why this happens, but here's a quick guess: by surrounding yourself with strangers you're also exposing yourself to public scrutiny – but if you can overcome that and sing along like a complete idiot anyway, then the whole thing becomes strangely liberating. Like dancing naked on a beach. Here I am! Naked! For everyone to see! And I'm going to weep! Sob sob. There are, of course, miti あなたのギグでは、見知らぬ人に囲まれ、あなたの十代の感情的な音楽を聴いている

    • 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 tech@guardian.co.uk• 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

    • Women in politics: Progress and the unreasonable man | Editorial
      There are just 4% more women in the 2010 UK parliament than in the one of 1997By tonight another frontier in the slow march of global democratic equity may have been reached. In Australia, Julia Gillard, Labor leader and prime minister since she ousted Kevin Rudd in June, is locked in a photo-finish with the Liberal Tony Abbott: if she wins, she will become the first woman to be elected Australian prime minister and she will have overcome every cliched attempt to exploit her sex and to define and limit her ambition. But before every Australian who cares for fairness celebrates, it might be salutary to look at other democracies where seemingly irreversible progress has been made. At around the time when the Australian results will become clear, in Edinburgh the Hansard Society will be considering the fragility of the advances made by women in the parliaments of the UK since the election of our own first woman prime minister.After a campaign remarkable only for being entirely unremarkable in its gender balance, the results of the UK general election offered a little reassurance. There are more women MPs than ever before: just under 22%. That is 142, of whom an unprecedented 48 are Conservative. Another first: Labour lost seats, but its proportion of women MPs rose. Only the Lib Dems, resistant still to imposing quotas or all-women shortlists, selected fewer women candidates and elected fewer women MPs. So change is happening, and it brings other change in its wake. An early indication of the outlook of the new generation of Tory women was the revolt that halted plans to end anonymity for defendants on rape charges. David Cameron's A-list approach to candidates not normally drawn to political activism has attracted women who reflect 21st-century attitudes, including an int がわずか4%が1つの1997By今夜グローバル民主主義の資本の遅い3月に別のフロンティアのに比べて2010年の英国議会で多くの女性が達している場合があります

    • PIF secretary general calls for unity among member nations
      The 41st Pacific Islands Forum ( PIF) leaders meeting opened in the Vanuatu capital of Port Vila on Wednesday. A theme of economic development and addressing the needs of the Pacific islands' most vulnerable has been set by the host nation. Trade, aid, climate change, fisheries management, security, Fiji situation were high on the agenda of the Forum meeting. Speaking at the official opening of the 41st Pacific Islands Forum, Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum Se ... 第41回太平洋諸島フォーラム(PIF)を指導日のバヌアツの首都満たすオープンヴィラポートの経済開発のテーマと脆弱性の最も島アドレッシングは、ニーズに太平洋の気候、援助あり、されて設定されたホスト国

    • Letters: Messiah no more
      No one can be surprised that the Obama bubble has burst given the furore that accompanied his election (US midterm results herald new political era, 3 November). Political expectation outstrips delivery in all countries. But do Americans of whatever party have a particular problem, or is it messiah complex? They seem to be ever looking for someone to come and save them, and have a personal quest to recreate the world in their own image.They might spare themselves a lot of heartache by coming to terms with reality. And they might spare the rest of us a good deal of strife at the same time by keeping more to their own backyard. Get real, guys, the cavalry aren't coming over the hill, no one can fix everything, and not everyone sees things your way. It's life as we know it, rich and diverse; fragile and vulnerable. Perfection, alas, isn't on offer.David EatonBetchworth, SurreyBarack ObamaUS midterm elections 2010US politicsUnited StatesUS economyguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds 誰もがオバマバブルが(米国の中間テストの結果では、新しい政治の時代の到来を告げる年11月3日)彼の選挙に伴う騒ぎを与えバーストていることに驚いたことができます

    • Bus cuts drive Americans back to cars | Sasha Abramsky
      The BP oil spill may make people reconsider their dependency on cars – but budget cuts are limiting public transport optionsJust at the moment when the Deepwater Horizon BP oil spill has generated two months of non-stop headlines about the dangers of oil dependency and the federal government in America finally has something of a platform to call for Americans to wean themselves off oil dependency, cities, counties and states across the US are decimating their public transit systems and forcing people, willy-nilly, to return to their cars.In most countries, one might expect fiscal collapse to lead to more people taking public transport. After all, while buses, trams, light rail, and underground systems are less convenient than private vehicle usage, and while using such systems oftentimes involves sharing one's environs with too many people and too many competing body odours, at least it's cheaper than filling up one's car with gas and driving miles each day. Utilising public transport is a sensible, relatively painless way to penny pinch.But, in America, at least in part because public transport has not, in recent years, won the hearts and minds of the politically influential classes in many regions of the country, these systems are peculiarly vulnerable to cuts during the down-times. In fact, a poll released in early April by the Economist indicated that, faced with declining government revenues, more than twice as many Americans would want federal public transit subsidies cut versus reductions to highways expenditures. At a local level, too, many Americans' relationship to public transit systems is tendentious at best. And hence the tragic irony: as local governments continue to haemorrhage revenues, and thus have to look for evermore ways to tighten their belts, so p BPの石油流出事故は、人々は、車への依存度を再考することができる - しかし、予算削減は瞬間ディープウォーターホライゾンBPの石油流出事故は、石油依存性と連邦政府の危険性について、ノンストップの見出し2ヶ月が生成され公共交通機関のoptionsJustを制限しているアメリカでは最終的に公共交通システムを強制的に人々が行き当たりばったりデシメーションされ、そのcars.Inにほとんどの国を返すためのプラットフォームのようなものをアメリカ人のため全米石油への依存、都市、郡、州自体をオフに離脱するために呼び出す必要があります、1つのより多くの人の公共交通機関を取るにつながる財政崩壊を期待することがあります

    • Dominican Rep. leader calls for UN countries at risk from natural disasters
      With countries' vulnerability to natural disasters rising as their development levels fall, Dominican Republic President Leonel Fernandez on Thursday called for the creation of a new global coalition under United Nations auspices of nations at risk of catastrophe to share experiences and knowledge. This year alone, he told General Assembly on the first day of its annual high-level segment, there have been 47 floods and landslides; 12 hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons; eight serious droughts f ... 秋、開発レベルの災。立ち上がり、自然にして国の脆弱性は、大統領Leonel Fernandezさんは木曜日共和国、ドミニカ共和国、今年だけでも株の経験と知識へのリスクの大災害で国の援助国日本の下での作成の世界的な連合という新たな12ハリケーン、サイクロンや台風;彼は毎年恒例のハイレベルセグメントの最初の日に総会を語った、47洪水や地滑りがあった。深刻な干ばつfは...

    • Personal privacy: This government is too keen to catch us on camera | Editorial
      The citizen has the right to be able to walk the street without constantly being photographedThe authors of section 44 of the 2000 Prevention of Terrorism Act did not intend to mandate the systematic harassment of photographers. The law gives police the power to stop and search people, without suspicion of criminal intention, in any area considered a possible target for terrorist attack.Since al-Qaida targets civilians, an area vulnerable to attack can plausibly be defined as a place where people gather. Predictably, that interpretation is the one police seem to prefer when using their power. They are also zealous in following guidance that identifies photography of public buildings as one possible stage in the chain of planning a terrorist act. So anyone taking a picture anywhere can be stopped by the police as a potential terrorist.The New Review today reports how a rising tide of suspicion is threatening the art of street photography. Anti-terror law is only part of the picture. Concern about paedophiles has lead in many public places to a ban on photography where children might be caught in the frame. Many streets and shopping centres that appear to be public spaces are run by private companies with their own rules on photography enforced by security guards in pseudo-police garb.Meanwhile, CCTV cameras belonging to private and state bodies are constantly capturing images of the public, with no obligation to respect privacy or seek consent.The ubiquity of the camera, whether mounted on government buildings or in a mobile phone, is a defining feature of our lives, but we have yet to settle the laws and protocols that should govern their use: what is public, what is private, what is fair game for a snapper. It is clear, however, that the balance is currently skewed the 市民権を常に2000テロの未然防止法のセクション44のphotographedThe著者されることなく写真家の体系的嫌がらせを強制するつもりはなかったの通りを歩くことができる必要があります

    • Facebook fears after sex offender logged on to kill
      Questions have been raised about the monitoring of the online activity of sex offenders after it emerged that a convicted rapist in Britain was able to use the social networking site Facebook to befriend a vulnerable teenager he then... 後には、英国での有罪判決を受けた強姦ソーシャルネットワーキングサイトを利用することができた脆弱性の10代の友人になることは、Facebook浮上質問性犯罪者のオンライン活動の監視について提起されていたし...

    • World leaders call on states to secure vulnerable nuclear material in four years
      &$ &$Chinese President Hu Jintao(4th R,front)poses for a group photo with other world leaders during the Nuclear Security Summit at the Washington Convention Center in Washington,April 13,2010 0.(Xinhua/Li Xueren)&$&$ World leaders gathering in U.S. capital Washington on Tuesday called on states to secure vulnerable nuclear material in their respective countries in four years, in a bid to prevent terrorist and cri ... &$は&$中国の胡錦濤国家主席(第4のR、フロント)は、ワシントンの世。写真と他のグループのポーズのセキュリティのリーダー時に核のサミットで、ワシントンセンターコンベンション年4月13,2010 0(新華ファイナンス/李Xueren)&$ &$世界の指導者を防ぐ首都収集、米国ワシントン4と呼ばれる火曜日の国では、それぞれの素材を確保する脆弱性が核に状態年で、入札テロとCRIの...

    • Bank stress tests are nothing more than tick-the-box reviews of yesterday's mistakes
      Let's get the Eurocrat jargon straightened up here. "Vulnerabilities" means yesterday's mistakes and "tests" means something called stress tests, which are tick-the-box reviews for discovering yesterday's mistakes. のは、欧州官僚用語を取得しようここまでまっすぐに

    • BP draws takeover speculation as stock plunges to 13-year low
      Beleaguered oil giant BP has now lost more than 50 per cent of its market value since the fatal Gulf of Mexico oil spill, prompting fresh speculation that it is starting to look vulnerable to predators, including PetroChina. 悩める石油大手BPが今致命的なメキシコ湾の石油流出事故以来、新鮮な憶測、それが捕食者に脆弱性、ペトロチャイナなどを見始めているプロンプト50以上、その市場価値のパーセント失ってしまった

    • Letters: Acpo and obsolete gay sex offences
      The Association of Chief Police Officers policy is not at the centre of the issue of conviction data of past offences for consensual gay sex (Tories would delete obsolete convictions for gay sex, 13 April).The facts are that the Association of Chief Police Officers wrote to the government outlining the case for removal of conviction data relating to these sections of the Sexual Offences Act in January 2009, long before the judicial review in the case of John Crawford was brought.A number of individuals convicted solely for offences under this legislation have already had their data removed by the relevant data controller, who is the chief constable of the area in which the offence took place. The Association of Chief Police Officers' advice to Hampshire Constabulary in John Crawford's case was that they should follow that precedent and remove the conviction data.The issue is in fact the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act exemptions order, which states if a person is seeking an occupation, normally one that involves unsupervised access to children or vulnerable persons, and they are asked if they have any previous convictions, the law requires that they disclose them. This has nothing to do with the police national computer, but is a requirement of an act which parliament has put in place.As suggested in the article, the Ministry of Justice is addressing this matter, and the Conservatives have indicated they would amend the law to deal with it.Ian ReadheadDirector of information,Association of Chief Police OfficersPoliceGay rightsguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds 協会は、警察本部長の役員政策の合意の上でゲイのセックス(保守党の過去の犯罪の有罪判決データの問題の中心にゲイのセックスのため廃止された信念を削除するとされていません4月13日)

    • Nuclear security summit ends with pledge, plan to thwart nuclear terrorism
      Leaders and representatives from 47 states ended a nuclear security summit here Tuesday, pledging to prevent terrorists from obtaining nuclear weapons by securing vulnerable nuclear materials around the world in four years. &$ &$Chinese President Hu Jintao(4th R,front)poses for a group photo with other world leaders during the Nuclear Security Summit at the Washington Convention Center in Washington,April 13,2010 0.(Xinhua ... リーダーは、代表者の状態から47年、世界で4期の。周辺の物質を。脆弱性確保し、核兵器を取得するのを回避するテロリストを約束2009年ここではセキュリティサミット

    • Is the global nuclear summit all talk and no walk?
      Experts differ on whether this week's Nuclear Security Summit represented a step forward or whether it amounted to all talk and no action. The summit was held here on Monday and Tuesday in a bid to figure out how to start securing vulnerable nuclear material worldwide, prevent nuclear smuggling, foil attempts at nuclear terrorism and demonstrate commitment to the issue. The meeting's participants agreed on several broad points, the first being that the threat of nuclear terrorism was indee ... と行動がない話の専門家が異なるかどうか、今週のすべての額にの核安全保障サミットは、ステップを表す転送するかどうか

    • US summit expected to back Barack Obama's plan to prevent nuclear theft
      Leaders gather in Washington for summit to pledge action on protecting vulnerable stocks of weapons-grade nuclear materialLeaders from more than 40 countries will tomorrow back Barack Obama's plans to prevent the theft of nuclear material from vulnerable stockpiles around the world.At a nuclear security summit in Washington they will be expected to pledge concrete action to help protect an estimated 1,600 tonnes of weapons-grade uranium (highly enriched uranium – HEU) and 500 tonnes of plutonium stored in over 1,000 sites in 40 countries under widely varying degrees of security.Just 25kg (55lb) of HEU or nearly 8kg of plutonium is required to make a bomb. There have been 15 confirmed cases of weapons-grade material being smuggled in the last 17 years.In the name of preventing nuclear terrorism, the US and Russia will today sign a long-delayed agreement to dispose of 34 tonnes of plutonium from decommissioned weapons, by using it in power stations. Officials say they expect Canada and Ukraine to announce plans to convert HEU reactors to low enriched uranium, which would be much harder for terrorists to turn into a bomb if stolen. Last month, Chile shipped all the spent HEU fuel from its research reactors to the US.The summit was called by Obama a year ago to pursue the abolition of nuclear weapons and set a target of four years to secure vulnerable stockpiles of fissile material. States are being called upon to take unilateral action to improve security on their own stockpiles and to ratify UN conventions on nuclear security standards to make them legally binding.Nuclear weaponsUS national securityBarack ObamaRussiaUS foreign policyUS militaryJulian Borgerguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions リーダーは、ワシントンで誓うアクションに首脳会談のために明日へバラクオバマの計画world.At核の安全サミットで回。脆弱性備蓄から核物質の盗難を防ぐために40カ国以上から兵器級の核materialLeadersの脆弱性が株式を保護することに収集ワシントンは彼らが公約に具体的な行動を兵器級ウランの推定1,600トン(高ウラン - 高濃縮ウラン濃縮)とプルトニウム40カ国で1,000以上のサイトで広く25キロsecurity.Justさまざまな程度の下に格納されて500トンを保護するために期待される(55ポンド)高濃縮ウランのまたはほぼプルトニウム8キロ爆弾を作るために必要です

    • The EU must help Pakistan | Wajid Shamsul Hasan
      Pakistan is making great sacrifices to fight terrorism, but our largest trading partner doesn't allow us fair access to its marketsAfter almost a decade of military rule, my country, Pakistan, returned to democracy two years ago. These two years have been momentous. Pakistan now stands on high moral ground, with a democratic government, an independent judiciary and a free media. Yet it finds itself still in a state of war.We have entered our 31st year of war: first against Soviet expansionism and then the ugly legacy of terrorism after 9/11. Due to its strategic location, Pakistan was drawn into a second conflict, more horrendous than the first. By choice or necessity, the battle is now very much our own.Though riding the momentum of successful elections, the government is stretching itself thin to eradicate extremism and terrorism in the region. As a result, we are faced with severe challenges, given the heavy losses of life, destruction of infrastructure, and adverse international perception of Pakistan as a place to do business.Fighting this war may have been necessary, but it has also proved very expensive: the west has much more to do to support Pakistan's nascent democracy in delivering its election promises of employment, health and education.During the current fiscal year, our development budget has been slashed by a third, as we have had to divert funds to shore up our security-related expenditure on the western and eastern frontiers. Pakistan's plummeting economy, the fragility of its democratic institutions, and the difficulties of the civilian administration in re-establishing normal government functions in cleared-up areas like Swat, need the attention of its western allies. While we are still living with the consequences of the Soviet-Afghan war of 30 year パキスタンテロと戦うためには多大な犠牲ことが当社の最大の貿易パートナーはmarketsAfterに私たちの公平なアクセス軍事政権の支配のほぼ10年間を許可しない場合は、私の国、パキスタン、民主主義への2年前に戻った

    • Greece faces devaluation, default, or deflation. Next stop the IMF | Larry Elliott
      Greece left isolated and vulnerable to markets by German refusal to pay for Athenian errorsWe feel your pain. But not enough to put our hands in our pockets to help you. Behind the sham show of solidarity, the simple message for the troubled government of George Papandreou was that Greece is not Alabama and Brussels is not Washington.In the United States, the federal budget is worth around 25% of national output each year. States where the economy is booming pay more in tax receipts to the Treasury than they take out in spending. Poor states receive more from Washington than they raise in taxes. The sun belt subsidises the rust belt.Europe has no such mechanism. Brussels does have a budget, but it is tiny in comparison with Washington's at little more than 1% of Europe's GDP. Money is redistributed from the rich core to the poorer periphery, but on a much smaller scale than on the other side of the Atlantic.The fact that there is monetary union but no fiscal union helps explain why Greece is no nearer a solution to its problems today than it was yesterday. Lacking a centralised budgetary mechanism, the only way out for Papandreou would be if the Germans were prepared to play the role of Good Samaritan or if Brussels could come up with an innovative way of raising funds.Neither option looked likely yesterday. The Germans insisted on the no bailout clause as the price of signing up for monetary union in the first place, and are telling the Greeks to take their medicine. Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, would find it hard to explain to the citizens of Berlin or Cologne, who have to work until they are 67, why they should put their hands in their pockets to prevent the Greek retirement age going up from 61 to 63.The idea of floating European investment bonds has been ギリシャ分離左と市場への脆弱性がドイツ語を拒否アテナイerrorsWeためのあなたの痛みを感じる支払うことによる

    • Iraq voting shattered by deadly blasts
      BAGHDAD - A string of deadly blasts shattered an early round of voting in Iraq today, killing 17 people and highlighting the fragile nature of the country's security gains ahead of crucial parliamentary elections this Sunday.Iraq... バグダッド - 致命的な爆発の文字列を、今日、17人が死亡、イラクでの議決権の早期ラウンド粉砕と、今後の重要な議会選挙は、このSunday.Iraq国の安全保。利益の脆弱性を強調...

    • Tsunami hits Japan, 70,000 evacuated
      More than 70,000 people fled vulnerable coastal areas of Japan Sunday as a tsunami churned up by the huge earthquake in Chile slammed into the country's long Pacific coastline. 70,000以上の人々が津波として日本日曜日の脆弱性の沿岸地。逃れ、チリの巨大地震による乱れは国の長期太平洋の海岸線に突っ込んだ

    • Hong Kong shares lose 1.31pc at break
      Hong Kong shares fell 1.31 percent by the break amid renewed weakness in banking stocks due to continued uncertainties over Beijing's monetary poli... 香港株式1.31%銀行。北京の金融ポリフォニー以上の継続的な不確実性に起因する新たな脆弱性の中で休憩し...落ちた

    • How journalists embedded in Afghanistan are too close for comfort
      Improvised explosive devices have killed and injured several journalists in the past year, with several more people being victims of kidnappingJournalists attracted to the warzones of Afghanistan usually jump at the opportunity to get close to the action or, better still, be able to file purple prose about coming under fire.Increasingly the favoured gun battles, which can be watched from a relatively safe distance by embedded journalists, are being overshadowed by the need to drive around unpaved roads of southern Afghanistan which have proved vulnerable to roadside bombs.Such devices are now the main cause of death and injury to Nato soldiers. And media workers are not immune. Rupert Hamer is the second journalist in two weeks to lose his life from an improvised explosive device. On December 30, Canadian journalist Michelle Lang was killed when travelling with Canadian soldiers in the southern province of Kandahar.In August a US journalist working for broadcaster CBS, Cami McCormick, was injured when the armoured vehicle she was travelling in hit an explosive. Earlier that same month Andi Jatmiko, a journalist working for the Associated Press news agency, lost his foot after the military vehicle he was travelling in hit a roadside bomb. His colleague, photographer Emilio Morenatti, was also seriously injured.In the last year there have also been a number of kidnappings involving foreign journalists travelling independently, outside the protection of international forces. One of the most recent involved Guardian correspondent Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, who was held for under a week before Christmas.Even with the protection afforded by Nato's military might, embeds have always been dangerous, with journalists willingly turning themselves into targets when they join up with forei 即席爆発装置が死亡し、過去1年間で数人のジャーナリストが負傷、kidnappingJournalistsアフガニスタンのwarzonesは、通常、機会での行動に近いか、よりも、紫色の散文のファイルにできるようになるにジャンプする魅力のいくつかのより多くの人されて被害者とfire.Increasingly支。銃撃戦では、埋め込まれたジャーナリストが、比較的安全な距離から、必要性を回避アフガニスタン南部のどの道端bombs.Suchデバイスへの脆弱性が証明している未舗装の道路をドライブするの陰に隠れている視聴することができます今後については今さ死と北大西洋条約機構軍への損傷の主な原因となります


最近みた言葉
関連語





    楽譜 共有     研究開発