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传奇!蒂姆-卡希尔第100次为澳大利亚出场

卡希尔成为历史出场第二多的澳大利亚球员。... 虎扑6月26日讯 在今日联合会杯小组赛最后一轮对阵智利的比赛中,澳大利亚老将蒂姆-卡希尔(Tim Cahill)完成了自己国家队...

26 Jun 2017 | 11:01 pm(NZT)

澳大利亚3战不胜出局 延续43年不胜智利魔咒

腾讯体育6月26日讯 在跟智利队的第6次交锋中,尽管必须要赢球才能晋级联合会杯半决赛,但澳大利亚最终还是没能战胜对手,袋鼠军团也延续着对智利长达43年的不胜纪录...

26 Jun 2017 | 8:14 pm(NZT)

智利1-1澳大利亚小组第2晋级,罗德里格斯救主

北京时间6月25日晚23:00,2017俄罗斯联合会杯小组赛第3轮打响,暂列B组第1的美洲杯冠军智利在莫斯科对阵第3的亚洲杯冠军澳大利亚。 上半场,特洛伊西在比赛末段挑射...

26 Jun 2017 | 7:13 pm(NZT)

联合会杯-特洛伊西破门 智利半场暂0-1澳大利亚

北京时间6月25日23时00分,2017年俄罗斯联合会杯B组第三轮的比赛展开角逐,美洲杯冠军智利对阵亚洲杯冠军澳大利亚。第42分钟,特洛伊西禁区内推射破门首开纪

26 Jun 2017 | 3:51 pm(NZT)

半场-澳大利亚1-0领先智利 特洛伊西打破僵局

腾讯体育6月25日讯 北京时间6月25日晚23时(俄罗斯当地时间6月25日晚18时),2017联合会杯B组末轮,智利和澳大利亚在莫斯科斯巴达克体育场展开对决。半场结束时,澳大...

26 Jun 2017 | 3:51 pm(NZT)



里程碑!卡希尔迎来澳大利亚国家队百场战

北京时间今晚,联合会杯小组赛末轮,澳大利亚对阵智利。在赛前双方公布的首发名单中,蒂姆-卡希尔代表袋鼠...

26 Jun 2017 | 3:41 pm(NZT)

智利vs澳大利亚:布拉沃复出

直播吧6月25日讯 北京时间今晚23:00,联合会杯小组赛末轮,智利将对阵澳大利亚。赛前双方公布了首...

26 Jun 2017 | 2:11 pm(NZT)

埃尔多安主持祷告突然晕倒 事后称因血糖失衡


该国总统埃尔多安当天在清真寺主持祷告时突然晕倒。当天清晨,埃尔多安在伊斯坦布尔市阿塔谢希儿区米麻尔茜南清真寺主持开斋节前的祈祷活动。祷告结束后,埃尔多安接受采访时表示,我今天血糖有些失衡,很庆幸我马上恢复了正常,现在我的状态很好。距埃尔多安较近的一位民众在事后回忆说,我们每个人都起身想帮...

26 Jun 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)

特朗普质问奥巴马: 早知俄干预大选,为何啥也没做


美国总统特朗普24日针对美媒爆料奥巴马掌握俄罗斯干预美国大选一事,在推特上发难。情报称,普京直接参与一场旨在破坏美国总统大选的网络战,目的是诋毁和中伤民主党候选人希拉里,从而助其对手特朗普获胜。特朗普23日在接受福克斯新闻采访时说:我今天第一次听说奥巴马在大选前很长一段时间就了解俄罗斯干...

26 Jun 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)

特雷莎·梅给在英欧盟公民开出了“待遇”


新华社北京6月23日电英国“脱欧”后,住在英国境内的300万名欧盟公民何去何从?英国首相特雷莎·梅22日给这些欧盟公民开出待遇,承诺有条件地给予他们与本国公民相同的医疗、养老金、福利和教育方面的权利。

26 Jun 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)



叙利亚德拉市连遭火箭弹袭击20多人死伤

叙利亚南部德拉市连续两天遭极端组织武装分子发射的火箭弹袭击,造成6人死亡、18人受伤。报道说,武装分子当天向德拉市一居民区发射30多枚火箭弹,导致2人死亡和包括两名儿童在内的9人受伤,多处民居着火。前一天,德拉市一所医院和郊区遭数十枚火箭弹袭击,造成4人死亡、9人受伤。

26 Jun 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)

古特雷斯谴责巴基斯坦爆炸袭击事件


声明说,古特雷斯向受害者家人致以慰问,愿伤者早日康复。古特雷斯同时对巴基斯坦人民和政府打击恐怖主义和暴力极端主义的努力表示支持。当天上午,巴基斯坦西南部俾路支省首府奎达的一处警察检查点遭到自杀式爆炸袭击,造成包括5名警察在内的11人死亡,另有十几人受伤。

26 Jun 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)

白宫发言人斯派塞: 不排除美俄元首下月会面可能


斯派塞称,如果美俄愿意、可开展合作。斯派塞说,如果双方都有意愿的话,美俄双方可以一起解决一些问题,开展合作。斯派塞是在被记者问到,美俄元首是否会在德国二十国集团峰会期间会面时作出的这些回应。俄方临时取消美俄外交高官会面计划。美俄关系并没有如同人们预期的那样回暖。美国广播公司报道,香农当天...

26 Jun 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)

躺着也中枪! 蒙古国大选候选人炒作 中国威胁论

环球时报、蒙古国第七次总统大选将于6月26日举行全民投票,依照蒙古国相关法律,只有在国家大呼拉尔占有席位的政党,才有资格获得总统候选人提名。经过党内激烈角逐,蒙古人民党主席、国家大呼拉尔主席米耶贡布·恩赫包勒德获得人民党提名,前道路运输部长、前国家大呼拉尔委员哈勒特马·巴特托勒嘎获得民主...

26 Jun 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)

去年人均快递费支出287.4元 数量突破300亿件

  北京晨报讯(记者 刘映花)2016年,中国快递业务量首次突破300亿件大关。国家邮政局24日发布《2016年度快递市场监管报告》,报告显示,2016年,中国快递业务量达到312.8亿件,同比增长51.4%。快递业务增量达106.1亿件。   2016年,用户使用快递频率增加,快递日均服务....

26 Jun 2017 | 11:43 am(NZT)

Richard Hinds: AFL's close finishes create drama but disguise scrappy contests

The AFL may be celebrating its closes finishes this season but does parity mean mediocrity, asks Richard Hinds.

26 Jun 2017 | 11:29 am(NZT)

Man allegedly filmed by Christchurch homeowner denies being caught in act of burglary

A man allegedly filmed by a Christchurch homeowner leaving her property denies that he was caught in the act of a burglary. Brendon James Smith, 44, and a 36-year-old woman have been charged over the alleged burglary at a Worthy...

26 Jun 2017 | 11:22 am(NZT)

未来三天北京多分散性雷阵雨 最高温可达33℃

  中国天气网讯 预计今天(26日),北京天气炎热,最高温可达33℃,需补水防晒。未来一周大部分时间都会以晴到多云天气为主,但未来三天西部、北部多分散性雷阵雨天气。目前处于地质灾害气象风险蓝色预警中,请公众远离山区、河道等危险地段。   昨天,北京天晴气温升,南郊观....

26 Jun 2017 | 11:22 am(NZT)

Australia at risk from high household debt, warn central bankers

Australia and several other economies that escaped the worst of the global financial crisis may become victims of their run-up in household debt since then, warns the Bank for International Settlements.

26 Jun 2017 | 11:19 am(NZT)

Victorian Upper House MP to join Bernardi's Australian Conservatives

Rachel Carling-Jenkins, a Victorian Upper House MP representing the Democratic Labour Party, confirms she will join Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives.

26 Jun 2017 | 11:16 am(NZT)

审计署审计20家央企海外投资 华能现103亿亏损

  6月23日,审计署披露了对20家央企的审计情况,其中18家采取虚构业务、人为增加交易环节、调节报表等方式,近年累计虚增收入2001.6亿元、利润202.95亿元,分别占同期收入、利润的0.8%、1.7%。   为什么这些企业要弄虚作假?国资改革专家祝波善对每日经济新闻(微信号:nbdnew....

26 Jun 2017 | 11:10 am(NZT)

Protesters clash with police over 25-year-old who died days after he was stopped by police 



26 Jun 2017 | 11:09 am(NZT)

揭秘: “不懂球的胖子”刘国梁到底有多牛?

  原标题:那个不懂球的胖子到底有多牛?   里约奥运时,你可能已经看过这样一幕,刘国梁摇着张继科的肩膀大呼:“醒醒!别懵了  这是奥运会!”   但你也许不知道这样一个段子。有位台湾网友在看完张继科的比赛后, ptt论坛问:“中国队后面那个胖子是官员....

26 Jun 2017 | 11:04 am(NZT)

At least three dead and 30 missing as boat in Colombia carrying 150 tourists sinks in reservoir



26 Jun 2017 | 11:00 am(NZT)

暴雨黄色预警:广西湖南江西福建等局地有大暴雨

  原标题:暴雨黄色预警:广西湖南江西福建等局地有大暴雨   中央气象台6月26日06时继续发布暴雨黄色预警:   预计,6月26日08时至27日08时,广西北部和西部、湖南南部、江西中南部、福建中北部、浙江南部、云南中部等地有大到暴雨,其中,广西东北部、湖南南部、江西南部、....

26 Jun 2017 | 10:46 am(NZT)

审计署五年连审保障房 去年超40万套闲置

  原标题:审计署五年连审保障房 去年超40万套闲置   12.87万套基本建成的住房因配套基础设施建设滞后,搁置1年以上无法交付使用;27.24万套住房因位置偏远、户型设计不合理等,已办理竣工验收备案但空置超过1年。   这也意味着2016年一年有超过40万套保障房无法正常交付给....

26 Jun 2017 | 10:37 am(NZT)

通地铁城市5年增10个 地铁运营向二线城市推开

  原标题:通地铁城市5年新增10个,地铁运营向二线城市推开   随着城镇化步伐的不断加快和人口向中心城市集聚,中心城市的规模越来越大,在中心城市交通日益拥堵的情况下,城市轨道交通蕴含着巨大的发展空间。   6月上旬,杭州市委城市工作会议暨地铁建设五年攻坚行动动员大....

26 Jun 2017 | 10:26 am(NZT)

Disney's te reo Moana star announced

A young singer from Tokoroa has been cast as the voice behind Disney's Moana in a new version of the film entirely in te reo Maori.Jaedyn Randell, 16, has been picked to play the starring role of teenager Moana Waialiki in the...

26 Jun 2017 | 10:22 am(NZT)

Jane Goodall's message - it's not too late

When it comes to the natural world and today's advocates for it, Jane Goodall is one of the first names that comes to mind.The primatologist and renowned environmental activist is most famous for her work with chimpanzees, living...

26 Jun 2017 | 10:03 am(NZT)

Waiheke man celebrates TradeMe decision to keep selling mini-crossbows

A Waiheke Island man selling "toothpick crossbows" is celebrating a reversal of a short-lived ban on the products by TradeMe.Thomas Ladbrook, 30, a landscape gardener who has been on accident compensation since injuring his shoulder...

26 Jun 2017 | 9:40 am(NZT)

Hammer-wielding robber still on run from police

Confidence is high that a hammer-wielding man who robbed a Central Hawke's Bay scrap yard and injured its manager will be caught. Police traffic and dog squads were sent to the Waipukurau branch of Scrapit HB on Cook St after it...

26 Jun 2017 | 9:30 am(NZT)

Three women and baby taken to hospital after car-chase crash

Three women and a baby were taken to hospital after their vehicle was hit during a police pursuit in Hastings yesterday afternoon.The collision happened at the roundabout on the intersection of Napier-Hastings expressway and Omahu...

26 Jun 2017 | 9:00 am(NZT)

Anyone for equality? Unseen archive featuring Sue Barker shows how tennis served women’s cause



26 Jun 2017 | 9:00 am(NZT)

Radical plans to ease NHS 999 targets amid mounting pressures 



26 Jun 2017 | 9:00 am(NZT)

Dunedin dairy robber pulled gun on pursuer

A fleeing gunman pulled a pistol on a member of the public after bolting from the scene of a robbery in Kenmure, police have revealed.Detectives are continuing to hunt for the armed assailants who robbed two Dunedin businesses on...

26 Jun 2017 | 8:30 am(NZT)

Is King Harold buried under a Hertfordshire church? Amateur historians try to solve the mystery



26 Jun 2017 | 8:17 am(NZT)

Actors can't play Hamlet as simply mad in world of mental health awareness, actor says



26 Jun 2017 | 8:00 am(NZT)

Tower block residents refuse to leave their homes after Grenfell disaster 



26 Jun 2017 | 7:59 am(NZT)

President Xi in town

PRESIDENT Xi Jinping will be in Hong Kong from June 29 to July 1 to attend a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to the motherland, according to an official statement. Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, will also be present at the inauguration of the fifth administration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the statement said.

26 Jun 2017 | 4:01 am(NZT)

Scientists probe lake that keeps growing

WHERE Rigzin Chophel played with his childhood friends is now at the bottom of a lake, and he is worried more land will be submerged. The 45-year-old herdsman lives in Tseten, a village on the southern bank of Serling Tso Lake which has grown over 40 percent between 1976 and 2009. The village has around 42,000 hectares of land for herdsmen to raise their cattle. Rigzin has been the director of the village Party committee for the past 15 years. “Over a dozen families have complained to me that their land has been inundated by the lake. Five of them have suffered great losses,” he said. Herdsman Nordey pointed toward a lakeside area, and said that was where he used to live. “About six years ago, the lake was expanding very fast. There were fences between my house and the lake, and every year I had to move the fences closer to the house,” he said. He has now built a new home a few kilometers from the lake. Ten years ago, the lake was expanding at an even faster pace than it is now, said Rigzin. “We marked the area of the lake. It expanded by 20 to 30 steps a year, especially noticeable in low-lying areas,” he said. In 2014, Serling Tso measured 2,391 square kilometers. It has replaced the Buddhist holy lake Namtso as Tibet’s largest lake at over 45 kilometers wide and almost 78 kilometers in length. Since 1990, the plateau’s 1,000 lakes have seen an increase of 100 billion cubic meters of water, with Serling Tso probably the fastest-growing lake, according to scientists from the Institute of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Research of Chinese Academy of Sciences. A group of them recently began a expedition on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau to study changes in climate, biodiversity, and environment. Zhu Liping, a researcher leading the lake observation team, said it will study the whole water system from Serling Tso to the origin of the Yangtze River.

26 Jun 2017 | 4:01 am(NZT)

Full speed ahead for China’s trains



26 Jun 2017 | 4:01 am(NZT)

Dog found among the rubble looking for its owner

RESCUERS were digging through earth and rocks yesterday in a search for more than 90 people still missing a day after their village in southwest China vanished under a huge landslide. At least 10 people have been confirmed dead after the avalanche of rocks buried 62 homes in Xinmo, a once-picturesque mountain village nestled by a river in Sichuan Province, the local government said. The Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Aba revised the number of confirmed dead down from 15 to 10. The number of people who remained unaccounted for was also lowered from 118 to 93 after the prefecture said some of those earlier reported missing had been traced. Names and identification numbers were published on the prefecture’s website yesterday, and the public have been asked to provide clues which may lead to their whereabouts. The area borders the Minjiang River, a major tributary of the Yangtze in its upper stream. Only three survivors — a couple and their 1-month-old baby — have been found since heavy rain brought down a side of the mountain early on Saturday. They were rescued five hours after the landslide struck. Qiao Dashuai, 26, told China Central Television that he and his wife awoke to cries from their son around 5:30am. “Just after we changed the baby’s diaper, we heard a big bang outside and the lights went out,” Qiao said. “We felt that something bad was happening and immediately rushed to the door, but the door was blocked by mud and rocks.” Qiao said his family was swept away by water as part of a mountain collapsed. He said they struggled against the water until they came across medical workers who took them to a hospital. Their 2-year-old daughter and three other relatives are among the missing, Sichuan’s official news outlet said. Qiao and his wife were said to be in a stable condition yesterday and their baby was in an intensive care unit with pneumonia induced by mud inhalation. Xinhua news agency cited geological experts at the site as saying the chance of finding any survivors “was really slim.” Relatives of the missing were also losing hope. Huo Chunlai, wearing a lace-brimmed sunhat, returned from the affected site on foot. Her cousin and two aunts lived in Xinmo. She said locals had asked rescuers to stop the search. “There’s no hope they’re alive,” Huo said. “The house is in one place here but the people who were inside were dragged way out over there. They’re not in the same place any more. The landslide washed away the people all over the place. You simply can’t find them any more.” You Sunfang and her husband rode five hours on a motorbike from another village to get news about her uncle. “If he had lived on the edges maybe there would have been hope. But he lived right in the middle of the slope where the landslide came down,” she said, wiping away tears. At least half a dozen excavators were removing debris yesterday as rescuers in orange jumpsuits searched between rocks. Some 3,000 workers with life-detection equipment and sniffer dogs were taking part, Xinhua said. In Diexi, a hamlet overlooking Xinmo, farmer Yang Cangxin said she knew everyone in the neighboring village. “It’s so hard to imagine something like that happening when you’re sleeping quietly and peacefully in your own bed. It’s just awful. They had no idea what was coming.” “WE were all crying, heartbroken,” she said. Xinmo residents were farmers who grew corn, peppercorn and potatoes, she said, though some had opened guest houses for tourists. Xu Zhiwen, the prefecture’s deputy governor, said 142 tourists had been visiting the village on Friday but they weren’t among the people buried. Some 30 people from another village brought wheelbarrows packed with bottled water, tubs of food and bags of meat down the hill for survivors. A white dog apparently looking for its owner was found in the rubble. A rescuer was seen on English-language channel CGTN trying to coax the canine from the mound of rocks and earth in Xinmo, but it refused to leave. “Anyone here? Little doggie, where is your owner?” a rescuer could be heard saying off camera. “Dog waiting for its owner refuses to leave rubble, capturing the hearts of a nation after #Sichuan #landslide,” CGTN said on its Twitter account. Hundreds of people on Weibo expressed concern for the dog, with at least one person offering to adopt it. The dog’s appearance was a bright spot in the increasingly bleak search for the missing. Landslides are a frequent danger in rural and mountainous parts of China, particularly in heavy rain. At least 12 people were killed in January when a landslide crushed a hotel in the central province of Hubei. In 1933, a 7.5-magnitude earthquake left many villages near Diexi submerged. In 1976, two strong earthquakes struck about 100 kilometers from the town which is about 150 kilometers from the epicenter of an 8.0-magnitude earthquake in 2008, which left over 80,000 people dead or missing.

26 Jun 2017 | 4:01 am(NZT)

Hong Kong a city that foreigners call home

ON the wall of Stacy Belcher Lee’s office hang two pieces of delicate embroidery featuring Suzhou Gardens and the West Lake in Hangzhou. The director of University Archives at the University of Hong Kong also has sets of traditional Chinese garments hanging on a clothes rack. Lee, a blonde, blue-eyed American, prefers not to be called a “foreigner.” For her, Hong Kong is home. “I’ve been living in Hong Kong for almost 11 years, and my husband is also a Hong Kong native. I usually speak Cantonese,” she said. Lee arrived in Hong Kong in 2006 after resigning from a university in the United States, knowing nothing about the local language and no one in the city. But she quickly got used to life in the city. She found Hong Kong people to be friendly, courteous, and family-oriented, just like those in her hometown of Virginia. After traveling back and forth between Hong Kong and her hometown for a few years, Lee realized it was time to settle down. When she got married in 2014, she chose a traditional Chinese dress, decorated with dragons and phoenixes. Hong Kong, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of its return to the motherland this year, has become even more diversified and international over the past 11 years, Lee said. Like Lee, Swathi Kr Iyengar, from India, regards himself a Hong Kong local. For Swathi, it is where dreams come true. Swathi arrived in Hong Kong about 25 years ago with US$800 in his pocket. He used to have three part-time jobs and shared a tiny apartment with people from different countries. As Swathi puts it, life in the past 25 years was arduous but full of hope. Now his family is living in an upscale community, and his two sons attend a renowned school. The children have won prizes in local Chinese language contests. “Chinese is an important language in the world today,” said Swathi. Swathi regards Hong Kong as one of the safest places in the world with an excellent business atmosphere, efficient social system, well-equipped infrastructure and convenient working conditions. For Jose, a Mexican, three years was long enough for him to fall in love with the city. Jose was assigned to work in Hong Kong in 2014. “I got lost in the surrounding skyscrapers,” he recalled of his first day. Now, he enjoys getting up early for a morning run, exploring nice restaurants with friends, watching horse races, hiking and cycling in the suburbs. Jose regards Hong Kong a desirable place for foreigners. “No matter which lifestyles you prefer, Chinese or Western, you can find whatever you want” in Hong Kong, he said.

26 Jun 2017 | 4:01 am(NZT)

Orange alert as heavy rain set to continue

CHINA’S national observatory maintained an orange rainstorm alert yesterday, the second most serious level, as heavy rain that left dozens of people dead or missing is expected to continue in southern regions. Heavy rain in parts of Fujian, Hunan, Jiangxi, Yunnan and Zhejiang provinces and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region will continues today, with rainfall in some places expected to reach up to 220 millimeters in 24 hours, coupled with gales or thunderstorms. The observatory warned local authorities to take precautions against geological disasters such as flooding or landslides. Downpours and disasters have left at least 17 dead and 10 missing in Guizhou, Hunan and Jiangxi provinces, local authorities said.

26 Jun 2017 | 4:01 am(NZT)

Jobs target raises incomes for poor

WHEN Tajinisa’s daughter, Goharnisa, was recruited by a food processing company in 2012, it marked a milestone in the family’s struggle to get out of poverty. “Thanks to her job, we now have a well-decorated house and fresh lamb in our fridge ready to eat,” said Tajinisa. The family live in a remote village in Hotan County, a poor area of northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Goharnisa works as a team leader, managing workers who sort dates and nuts. “Our Xinjiang specialty products are sold across the country, including Beijing and Shanghai, which makes me feel connected to those big cities,” she said. Her monthly salary is 4,300 yuan (US$630), 1,300 yuan more than the annual income of the entire family of five before 2012. China has been intensifying efforts to assist poor rural residents, including those of the country’s ethnic minority groups. According to the State Council Information Office, by the end of last year, less than 10 percent of Xinjiang’s population were living in poverty, with the number of people registered as below the poverty line dropping from 2.61 million in 2013 to 1.22 million. There’s a national effort to lift all Chinese out of poverty by 2020 and southern Xinjiang has been the focus of poverty-relief programs, with more funding and social resources directed to the area. Ten special projects involving employment-based poverty reduction have been implemented. In the most impoverished prefectures of Kashgar and Hotan, a target has been set to find jobs for 100,000 people in the next three years, meaning more families like Goharnisa’s will have a chance to raise their incomes. Xinjiang’s state-owned companies are required to offer 10,000 jobs, with priority given to the families of farmers and herders, according to regional authorities. The Guozhichu food company, where Goharnisa works, is in a remote rural area some 200 kilometers from the county seat of Yutian. The company and three other companies under a state-owned group recruited a total of 215 local residents in May. Muharem Abla, one of the new employees, is being trained to sort dates, making 2,000 yuan a month during her probation period. “My neighbors are jealous and often ask me when the company will offer more jobs,” she said. “I’m so proud that I can earn a considerable salary without being away from home,” she said. Turuwenjan, a sociologist with the Xinjiang Academy of Social Sciences, said state-owned companies should hire more local residents and train unskilled ethnic minority groups, rather than bring in workers from other regions. Private companies should also be encouraged to do the same with tax reductions and exemptions, he said. “Employment is vital to people’s livelihood, as well as regional stability.”

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