2011年 8月 31日, 星期三 - 格林尼治标准时间14:58

Destination Afghanistan 目的地阿富汗

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The turquoise waters of Afghanistan's very first national park.

The authorities here are trying to attract tourists to Bamian, the same place where the Taliban blew up a giant Buddha ten years ago.

It's hoped once security concerns are addressed tourism can form the backbone of the Afghan economy.

Last year even saw ski slopes open for business and the country's first international skiing competition.

中文文字稿

阿富汗第一个国家公园里碧绿的湖水。

阿富汗当局希望吸引游客前来巴米扬参观,十年前塔利班曾在这里炸毁了一尊大佛雕。

他们希望把好安全关,让旅游业成为阿富汗的主要经济支柱。

去年该国开启了滑雪胜地并举办了该国首届滑雪比赛。

词汇

the authorities: 当局

blew up: 炸毁

security concerns: 安全顾虑

the backbone of: 支柱

ski slopes: 滑雪坡

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1.
And, in another mysterious and high-profile case in 2003, US pizza delivery man Brian Wells was killed when a collar bomb he was wearing __________ after he robbed a bank in Pennsylvania.

2.
Saif al-Islam, one of the Libyan leader's sons, sought to rally regime forces earlier on Tuesday by making a defiant appearance and claiming the regime had broken ___________ the rebel advance.

3.
His beating-up by security forces shows that he has hit home and that __________ tolerance for dissent is touching zero.

4.
Glasgow Caledonian University's Moffat Centre, which monitors visitor attractions, said Scotland's __________ benefited most from heavy snowfalls.

5.
Brazil had been scheduled to play African champions Egypt on Tuesday 6 September, but the game was cancelled due to __________ in Cairo.

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1.
And, in another mysterious and high-profile case in 2003, US pizza delivery man Brian Wells was killed when a collar bomb he was wearing blew up after he robbed a bank in Pennsylvania.

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2.
Saif al-Islam, one of the Libyan leader's sons, sought to rally regime forces earlier on Tuesday by making a defiant appearance and claiming the regime had broken the backbone of the rebel advance.

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3.
His beating-up by security forces shows that he has hit home and that the authorities' tolerance for dissent is touching zero.

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4.
Glasgow Caledonian University's Moffat Centre, which monitors visitor attractions, said Scotland's ski slopes benefited most from heavy snowfalls.

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5.
Brazil had been scheduled to play African champions Egypt on Tuesday 6 September, but the game was cancelled due to security concerns in Cairo.

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