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小编摘要:海啸一年后,这是石卷市区,还承载着所有海啸一年前登陆的时候的伤痕。有这么多重建工作要做。

日本大地震一周年举行纪念活动
 


You might have lost an hour over the weekend. I know I lost an hour of sleep. Fortunately, though, we are all right on time for the start of a new week of CNN Student News. Hello, everyone, from the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia,I`m Carl Azuz.

First up, officials from NATO, the U.S. and Afghanistan are investigating a shooting that took place in Afghanistan over the weekend. An American soldier allegedly left his base and killed more than a dozen Afghan civilians, including women and children, in two villages. He then went back to the base and turned himself in.

Officials say the alleged shooter was acting on his own. They don`t have any possible motives for the attack. One NATO commander said that the, quote, "appalling incident in no way represents the values of coalition troops or the abiding respect we feel for the Afghan people."

The U.S. ambassador assured the people of Afghanistan that whoever is responsible will be brought to justice.

Tears, prayers and a moment of silence: those were some of the ways in which Japan marked the tragic anniversary of last year`s devastating earthquake and tsunami.

Extraordinary images like these show you how powerful and destructive these natural disasters were. More than 15,000 people were killed by the quake and tsunami.

And last year, right after it happened, we asked you to share your thoughts and words of encouragement for the victims of these disasters. We asked you to put those on our blog, and here`s what some of you had to say at that time.

From Libby, "The devastation is just so mind- blowing. My prayers go to those affected by this disaster."

Guffey said, "We should show our support for the people of Japan, perhaps by donating money or supplies."

Elizabeth said that, "despite all the chaos, there are people who struggle to live and have hope that things will work out. There is hope in every living witness of this disaster."

And Toyo said, "I`m reading these messages in Japan. Thank you everybody in the world."

Kyung Lah now has more on yesterday`s anniversary and the memorial ceremonies in one city.

A year after the tsunami, this is downtown Ishinomaki, still bearing all the scars of when the tsunami roared ashore a year ago. There is so much work and rebuilding to be done.

But for just this moment, this city paused to remember all the victims who had died in the tsunami, people stopping here to lay flowers, to remember the dead. Monks walk through Ishinomaki, chanting for the souls of the dead so that they may rest in peace. But many of the remembrances here in Ishinomaki were on a small scale.

Jie Kozutzumi (ph) laid flowers for two friends, who today are still missing.

"All I can do is keep going," she says, "and live in the best way I can," one foot in front of the other as a matter of fact Japan continues to recover -- Kyung Lah, CNN, Ishinomaki, Japan.

It`s time to take a look back with a special Women`s History Month edition of this day in history.

On March 12th, 1912, 18 girls attended the first- ever meeting of the Girl Scouts. Today the organization has more than 3 million members.

In 1993, Janet Reno was sworn in as the first female attorney general in the United States history. She served in that role for eight years.

And in 1994, after considering the issue for decades, the Church of England ordained female priests for the first time.

The latest report on the employment situation in America came out last Friday. There is a great breakdown of the numbers at our website. We want to walk you through part of them right now.

The big numbers are right at the top. During the month of February, 227,000 jobs were created, and the unemployment rate was 8.3 percent. That`s the same as it was the month before.

It doesn`t include people who are underemployed, but we have that number for you, too. It`s 2.6 million, and those are folks who have either stopped looking for a job or who are working but not as much as they`d want or in the jobs they`d want to work in. Lots of great information here. Check it out at cnnstudentnews.com.

The race for the Republican presidential nomination rolls on, some U.S. territories held events this weekend. Guam, the Virgin Islands and the Northern Mariana Islands. Governor Romney won those.

 你在这个周末可能失去了一个小时。我知道我失去了一个小时的睡眠。幸运的是,我们准时开始CNN学生新闻新的一周。嗨,大家好,这里是乔治亚州亚特兰大CNN新闻中心,我是卡尔•阿祖兹。
首先,北约,美国和阿富汗的的官员们正在调查周末发生在阿富汗的枪击案。一名美国士兵,据说离开他的基地后,在两个村庄里杀死了超过12名阿富汗平民,包括妇女和儿童。然后他自己回到基地。
官员称这位开枪者自己行事。他们没有任何可能的动机对这起袭击事件负责。一名北约指挥官称:“骇人听闻的事件以任何方式代表了联军的价值观或者不愿遵循我们对阿富汗人民的尊重。”
美国大使向阿富汗人民保证将凶手绳之以法。
眼泪、祷告和默哀充满街头:这些标志着日本去年的毁灭性的地震和海啸一周年纪念。
像这样的令人吃惊的图片告诉你自然灾害的强大和破坏性。超过15000人死于地震和海啸。
就在去年,事情发生后,我们邀请你给这些灾难的受害者分享你的想法和鼓励的话语。我们要求你把那些写在我们的博客上,这就是你说的:
来自利比:”灾害无情,令人吃惊。我为那些受灾者祈祷。”
古菲说道:“我们应该表示我们对日本人民的支持,也许是通过捐款或提供物资救援"。
伊丽莎白说道:“尽管面临所有的混乱,有些人仍然努力生活并希望一切总会顺利。每一个亲眼见证这场灾难的人都是如此想法。”
图由说道:“我阅读在日本的这些信息。谢谢世界上的每一个人。”。
昆•拉现在给我们带来昨天在一个城市的纪念日和纪念仪式的详细报道。
海啸一年后,这是石卷市区,还承载着所有海啸一年前登陆的时候的伤痕。有这么多重建工作要做。
但为了这一刻,这个城市停下来缅怀所有死于海啸的受害者,人们驻足在这里奉上鲜花,悼念死者。僧侣们步行通过石卷,为死者的灵魂念佛,这样他们就可以得到安息。像这样的纪念一般规模都很小。
杰把花献给了两个朋友,他们今天依然下落不明。
“我所能做的就是继续,”她说道,“勇往直前,”,日本一步一个脚印,在落实重建工作,CNN,昆•日本,石卷报道。
现在是时候回过头去看看特殊的妇女的历史月版的今日的历史。
1912年3月12日,18个女孩参加女童子军第一次会议。今天的组织拥有超过300万个会员。
在1993年,珍妮•特雷纳宣誓就任成为美国的历史上第一位女性首席检察官。她尽职尽责8年之久。
在1994年,在考虑这个问题数十年后,英格兰的教会第一次任命女祭司。
上周五最新的美国的就业形势报告公布。在我们的网站上数字有很大的下降。我们现在带领你领略其中的一部分。
大的数字是在顶端。在2月份,创造了227000个就业岗位,失业率是8.3%。和月前相同。
它不包括那些失业的人,但是我们有你要的数字了。260万,这些人要么已经停止了找工作或工作不如意,又或者是在工作中他们想要另一份工作。这里有许多很好的信息。浏览我们的网站cnnstudentnews.com你都可以看到。
共和党总统竞选提名继续进行,美国一些地区这个周末举行活动。关岛、维京群岛和北马里亚纳群岛,罗姆尼州长赢得了这些。

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