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不要战争美70多城举行反战示威活动吁美撤出中东示威伊拉克
2020-01-07 23:44  www.radiopsaumes.com

  中新网1月5日电据美国中文网报道,当地时间4日下午,美国70多个城市举行了抗议活动,抗议特朗普政府实施空袭杀死伊朗特种部队总指挥苏莱曼尼,以及向中东增兵3000人,使美伊紧张关系升级。

On the afternoon of January 5, more than 70 U.S. cities staged protests against the Trump administration's airstrikes that killed Iran's special forces commander-in-chief, Suleimani, and 3,000 additional troops to the Middle East, escalating U.S.-Iranian tensions.

当地时间1月3日凌晨,据伊拉克安全部门发布的声明,巴格达国际机场附近遭到3枚导弹袭击,两部车辆被炸毁,致数人死亡。

In the early hours of January 3, two vehicles were blown up and several people were killed near Baghdad International Airport, according to a statement issued by Iraqi security forces.

  据报道,在纽约时代广场,聚集了大批举行示威活动的抗议者,他们举着“不要战争”、“美国撤出伊拉克”等反战标语,呼吁美国从伊拉克撤军,并结束对伊朗的战争。

In New York's Times Square, a large number of protesters reportedly gathered to hold anti-war slogans such as \"No War\" and \"United States withdrawal from Iraq\" to call for the United States to withdraw from Iraq and end the war against Iran.

  在华盛顿特区,抗议者们挤满了白宫对面的拉斐特公园(LafayettePark),他们也举着“美国撤出中东”、“不要开战或制裁伊朗”、“停止轰炸伊拉克”标语的牌子,高呼“没有正义,就没有和平。”

In Washington, D.C., protesters packed Lafayette Park across from the White House, also carrying signs of "American withdrawal from the Middle East ","No war or sanctions against Iran "and "stop bombing Iraq "and chanting "No peace without justice.”

  当天,芝加哥、费城、旧金山、洛杉矶、西雅图等70多个城市都举行了抗议活动。这些示威游行由美国反战组织ANSWER联盟赞助,ANSWER联盟是在911袭击发生后成立的。

On the same day, more than 70 cities, including Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Seattle, staged protests. The demonstrations were sponsored by the U.S. anti-war group ANSWER Alliance, which was formed after the 911 attack.

  1月3日凌晨,美军无人战机对伊拉克巴格达国际机场发动空袭,导致包括伊朗特种部队总指挥卡西姆?苏莱曼尼在内的多人死亡。美国国防部说,美国总统特朗普下令实施此次针对苏莱曼尼的袭击任务。

In the early hours of the morning of January 3, U.S. drone strikes at Iraq's Baghdad International Airport led to an attack that included Iranian special forces commander-in-chief, Qasim al-Kaim. Several people, including Suleimani, died. U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered the attack on Suleimani, the U.S. Department of Defense said.