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CNN News:奥巴马在联合国大会上呼吁全世界参与到对抗IS恐怖主义行动中

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It`s great to have you watching CNN STUDENT NEWS. My name is Carl Azuz, a commercial-free coverage this Thursday starts in New York. Where you find the headquarters of the United Nations. All 193 member countries are invited to the U.N. General Assembly. It`s going on this week. Its goals include fostering cooperation between nations, making decisions on issues concerning peace and security.

欢迎收看CNN学生新闻,我是Carl Azuz,在纽约为您播报周四不含商业广告的新闻。也是联合国总部地址,在这里有193个国家被邀请过来参加联合国大会,会议在本周举行,目标包括促进各国间的合作,对和平安全问题作出解决方案。

President Obama addressed the assembly yesterday. He focused on several issues. The biggest was terrorism, and the U.S.-led fight against the ISIS militant group.

奥巴马总统在昨天的会议上作了讲话,他强调了几个主要问题,其中最重要的就是恐怖主义,美国正在领导着对抗ISIS武装分子的作战计划。

Already over 40 nations have offered to join this coalition. Today, I asked the world to join in this effort. Those who have joined ISIL should leave the battlefield while they can. Those who continue to fight for a hateful cause will find they are increasingly alone. For we will not succumb to threats and we will demonstrate that the future belongs to those who build, not those who destroy.

已经有超过40个国家为此次作战提供了帮助,今天我号召整个世界都加入到行动中来,迫使那些加入ISIL组织的团体离开该组织,从而那些团体组织会越发觉得孤立无援,我们不会屈服于威胁,我们要向世界证明,未来是属于文明的建造者不是破坏者。

The president also repeated that the U.S. would not put boots on the ground, meaning U.S. troops would not be involved in direct fighting. That`s something that several officials say may be needed to defeat ISIS terrorists.

总统还重申美国不会派遣地面部队加入到作战计划中。还有一些官员称,打败ISIS恐怖组织可能会需要美国地面部队的加入。

President Obama also asked for international help in fighting the Ebola virus. An outbreak of the fever has ravaged West Africa this year. It has a very high death rate, and it`s killed thousands so far.

奥巴马总统还向国际方面寻求对抗埃博拉病毒帮助。今年于西非爆发的发热病已经在该地区肆虐,该病毒具有极高的死亡率,目前已经造成数千人死亡。

The U.S. is sending 3,000 troops plus medical and health workers to Liberia. That`s the hardest hit country. And the United Nations has passed a resolution that asks every member country to speed up its response to Ebola.

美国已经向受灾最严重的利比亚派送了3000多部队和医护人员,联合国已经通过了一项决议号召每个国家迅速采取对抗埃博拉疫情的措施。

Yes, it`s scary. Yes, it`s terrifying. Of course, it`s terrifying. But what are you going to do?

是的,埃博拉病毒非常恐怖,非常危险,这是当然的,但是你能做什么呢?

Women, men, children are dying, families are being devastated. And in any other conflict situation, people take that risk and they go in.

妇女,男人,孩子都在逐渐死去,家庭支离破碎,在其他冲突情况下,人们也在冒着风险迎头而上。

It`s great to have you watching CNN STUDENT NEWS. My name is Carl Azuz, a commercial-free coverage this Thursday starts in New York. Where you find the headquarters of the United Nations. All 193 member countries are invited to the U.N. General Assembly. It`s going on this week. Its goals include fostering cooperation between nations, making decisions on issues concerning peace and security.

President Obama addressed the assembly yesterday. He focused on several issues. The biggest was terrorism, and the U.S.-led fight against the ISIS militant group.

Already over 40 nations have offered to join this coalition. Today, I asked the world to join in this effort. Those who have joined ISIL should leave the battlefield while they can. Those who continue to fight for a hateful cause will find they are increasingly alone. For we will not succumb to threats and we will demonstrate that the future belongs to those who build, not those who destroy.

The president also repeated that the U.S. would not put boots on the ground, meaning U.S. troops would not be involved in direct fighting. That`s something that several officials say may be needed to defeat ISIS terrorists.

President Obama also asked for international help in fighting the Ebola virus. An outbreak of the fever has ravaged West Africa this year. It has a very high death rate, and it`s killed thousands so far.

The U.S. is sending 3,000 troops plus medical and health workers to Liberia. That`s the hardest hit country. And the United Nations has passed a resolution that asks every member country to speed up its response to Ebola.

Yes, it`s scary. Yes, it`s terrifying. Of course, it`s terrifying. But what are you going to do?

Women, men, children are dying, families are being devastated. And in any other conflict situation, people take that risk and they go in.

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