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CARL AZUZ, CNN STUDENT NEWS ANCHOR: This is CNN STUDENT NEWS. Ten minutes of current events from around the world. I`m Carl Azuz.

卡尔·阿祖兹,CNN 学生新闻主播:欢迎大家收看CNN 学生新闻。十分钟无广告世界新闻播报。我是卡尔·阿祖兹。

First up, lawmakers in Iran have given the green light to a controversial nuclear deal involving their country. One hundred sixty-one members of the Iranian parliament voted for the deal, 56 voted against it. Please visit www.chinavoa.com to get more information.

首先,伊朗的国会议员通过了关于该国一项备有争议的核协议。其中有161名国会议员同意该协议,而56名议员投了反对票。

It lifts international sanctions, these penalties on Iran, allowing billions of dollars to resume flowing into its economy. In exchange, Iran`s agreed to put its nuclear program on hold.

这项决策让伊朗免受国际的制裁和惩罚。同时会有数十亿美元用于恢复该国的经济。作为交换,伊朗同意暂停其核项目。

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The U.S. led a group of five other countries in negotiating the deal. About half of Americans and most U.S. lawmakers opposed it. But the deal had enough support in the Senate to keep it in place.

以美国为首的6个国家参与了这项协议的谈判。其中有半数美国人以及多数的美国议员反对此项决策。但是这笔交易在参议院获得了足够的支持。

There are still issues between the U.S. and Iran. The Middle Eastern country`s supreme leader says the deal won`t change his government`s stance toward the U.S. And the U.S. government says that Iran probably broke the law when it test-fired a new missile over the weekend.

关于美国和伊朗之间还存在着其他的问题。中东国家最高领袖称,在周末试射新型导弹时,伊朗违反了协议。

Then, there`s the issue of hostages.

接下来是,关于人质的问题。

JIM SCIUTTO, CNN CHIEF NATIONAL SECURITY CORRESPONDENT : He spent 391 days in Iran`s most notorious prison without being charged for months, tried behind closed doors.

吉姆,CNN 国家安全记者:数月来没有得到任何的指控,该名人质在伊朗臭名昭著的监狱里呆了391天,深锁于紧闭的监狱大门之后。

American Jason Rezaian, "The Washington Post" Tehran bureau chief, appeared on CNN`s "ANTHONY BOURDAIN: PARTS UNKNOWN", just before he was detained last July.

Jason Rezaian,“华盛顿邮报”德黑兰局局长,出现在了CNN安东尼·波登记者的镜头:在去年7月份,Jason被捕之前,还有很多事件尚不明确。

Eventually, he was accused of spying and collaborating with a hostile government, charges his family, his employer and the U.S. government call baseless.

最终,他被指控参与间谍行动,并和敌对政府合作,同时毫无根据的起诉了Jason的家庭、职工以及美国政府。

MARY REZAIAN, JASON REZAIAN`S MOTHER: We want Jason to have a fair trial, and the only fair verdict is to acquit him.

MARY REZAIAN, JASON的母亲:我们希望Jason得到公正的审判,唯一公正的判决就是无罪释放。

SCIUTTO: Along with Amir Hekmati, Saeed Abedini, and Robert Levinson, Rezaian is one of four Americans held or missing in Iran. President Obama has vowed to win their release.

SCIUTTO,同Amir Hekmati, Saeed Abedini, and Robert Levinson,Jason Rezaiansi

成为在伊朗被捕或失踪的第四名美国人。美国总统奥巴马发誓要将要恢复他们的自由。

BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: We will not rest until we bring him home to his family safe and sound.

美国总统奥巴马:我们不停止拯救他们的行动,直到他们平安无事的回到美国,回到家人的身边。

SCIUTTO: But the president came under sharp fire for not securing their freedom as part of a landmark nuclear deal with Iran, bristling when challenged by a reporter.

SCIUTTO:但是美国总统奥巴马遭到了严厉的批判,因为其并没有通过与伊朗具有里程碑的核协议来确保这些美国公民的自由。在遭到记者质问的时候,奥巴马总统勃然大怒。

OBAMA: The notion that I`m content as I celebrate with American citizens languishing in Iranian jails? Major, that -- that`s nonsense.

奥巴马:我庆祝美国的公民在伊朗的监狱了受到折磨,这种说法——简直是无稽之谈。

SCIUTTO: His family feels that Jason has become a political pawn in the challenging U.S.-Iran relationship.

SCIUTTO:他的家人觉得Jason成为了美国和伊朗关系的政治旗子。

REZAIAN: He is paying the price of the suspicion, the animosity and the -- and the paranoia between the two countries for more than 37 years.

REZAIAN:在两国长达37年的怀疑、仇恨以及偏执中,他付出了代价。

SCIUTTO: Iran has a history of holding Americans on trumped-up charges, from journalist Roxana Saberi to the American hikers captured in Iran, later releasing them after public trials and before serving out the sentences.

SCIUTTO:伊朗有过以“莫须有”的罪名扣押美国公民的例子,例如美国记者Roxana Saberi 以及在伊朗被捕的美国徒步人员。之后,在执行之前,公审之后,这些人员得到了释放。

In Washington, there is concern with why Iran is detaining him and what they hope to get out of all of this.

在华盛顿,为什么伊朗要就留Jason,以及他们做这一系列的举动想要得到什么,心存担忧。

CARL AZUZ, CNN STUDENT NEWS ANCHOR: This is CNN STUDENT NEWS. Ten minutes of current events from around the world. I`m Carl Azuz.

First up, lawmakers in Iran have given the green light to a controversial nuclear deal involving their country. One hundred sixty-one members of the Iranian parliament voted for the deal, 56 voted against it.

It lifts international sanctions, these penalties on Iran, allowing billions of dollars to resume flowing into its economy. In exchange, Iran`s agreed to put its nuclear program on hold.

The U.S. led a group of five other countries in negotiating the deal. About half of Americans and most U.S. lawmakers opposed it. But the deal had enough support in the Senate to keep it in place.

There are still issues between the U.S. and Iran. The Middle Eastern country`s supreme leader says the deal won`t change his government`s stance toward the U.S. And the U.S. government says that Iran probably broke the law when it test-fired a new missile over the weekend.

Then, there`s the issue of hostages.

JIM SCIUTTO, CNN CHIEF NATIONAL SECURITY CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): He spent 391 days in Iran`s most notorious prison without being charged for months, tried behind closed doors.

American Jason Rezaian, "The Washington Post" Tehran bureau chief, appeared on CNN`s "ANTHONY BOURDAIN: PARTS UNKNOWN", just before he was detained last July.

Eventually, he was accused of spying and collaborating with a hostile government, charges his family, his employer and the U.S. government call baseless.

MARY REZAIAN, JASON REZAIAN`S MOTHER: We want Jason to have a fair trial, and the only fair verdict is to acquit him.

SCIUTTO: Along with Amir Hekmati, Saeed Abedini, and Robert Levinson, Rezaian is one of four Americans held or missing in Iran. President Obama has vowed to win their release.

BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: We will not rest until we bring him home to his family safe and sound.

SCIUTTO: But the president came under sharp fire for not securing their freedom as part of a landmark nuclear deal with Iran, bristling when challenged by a reporter.

OBAMA: The notion that I`m content as I celebrate with American citizens languishing in Iranian jails? Major, that -- that`s nonsense.

SCIUTTO: His family feels that Jason has become a political pawn in the challenging U.S.-Iran relationship.

REZAIAN: He is paying the price of the suspicion, the animosity and the -- and the paranoia between the two countries for more than 37 years.

SCIUTTO: Iran has a history of holding Americans on trumped-up charges, from journalist Roxana Saberi to the American hikers captured in Iran, later releasing them after public trials and before serving out the sentences.

In Washington, there is concern with why Iran is detaining him and what they hope to get out of all of this.

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