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[初二]Life after Laden
作者:21ST    来源:21世纪学生英文报·初二版第342期    日期: 2011-05-31
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THE September 11 terrorist attack (恐怖袭击) in the US in 2001 killed more than 3,000 people and made the world afraid of terrorism. After the attack, the US tried hard to catch the mastermind (策划者): Osama bin Laden. Finally, on May 2, almost ten years later, the US government (政府) said that bin

Laden was killed in a small town in Pakistan.

Many Americans celebrated after the news came out. In a television speech, US President Barack Obama called it a “good day for America”.

But many new questions are appearing about what comes next for the US, for al-Qaida (基地组织), and for the fight against terrorism. Here are some answers.

Q: What does bin Laden’s death mean for the war against terrorism?

A: In recent years, bin Laden became a spiritual, rather than an active leader of al-Qaida. Because bin Laden had little practical power, Time magazine said his death may have little effect on terrorism.

Q: What does China think of bin Laden’s death?

A: China sees bin Laden’s death as a milestone (里程碑) and a good development for international anti-terrorism.

Foreign Ministry (外交部) spokeswoman Jiang Yu said China has always been against terrorism and called for countries to work together to fight against terrorism.

Q: Is the world safer now?

A: Although bin Laden is dead, the international fight against terrorism is far from over. Now it’s possible that al-Qaida will use bin Laden’s death as an excuse to start new attacks.



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