2014.09.15【英译中】N Korea jails American for six years

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N Korea jails American for six years
朝鲜监禁美国公民长达6年


North Korean court sentences Matthew Miller to six years' hard labour
朝鲜法院判处马修米勒6年强迫劳役





North Korea has sentenced an American citizen to six years of hard labour for entering the country illegally and committing "hostile acts" against the secretive state.
朝鲜已判处一美国公民6年强迫劳役,因其非法入境并对这个深藏不露的国家实施“敌对行为”。


State media said Matthew Miller had been convicted after a brief court hearing on Sunday morning. The court refused him permission to appeal.

国家媒体称马修米勒在周六上午的简短法庭听证中被证实有罪。法院拒绝了他的上诉申请。


Miller, 24, from Bakersfield, California, reportedly ripped up his tourist visa on arrival at Pyongyang airport on 10 April, claiming he wanted to seek asylum.
米勒,24岁,来自加利福尼亚州的贝克斯菲尔德,报道中称其在4月10日抵达平壤机场时将其旅游签证撕毁,并称他需要寻求庇护。


Prosecutors said Miller had falsely claimed to have secret information about the US military in South Korea on his iPad and iPod.
检方称,米勒曾错误声称他的iPad和iPod中藏有美国军队在南韩的秘密消息。


A photo released by the official Korean Central News Agency showed a pale-looking Miller, dressed in black, standing in the dock flanked by guards.

由朝鲜中央新闻社官方发布的一张照片中可见,面色苍白的米勒身穿黑色囚服站在被告席,他的两侧均有守卫。


Miller, who waived the right to a lawyer, was handcuffed and led from the courtroom after his sentencing.
审判结束后,放弃律师权利的米勒双手戴着手铐被带离审判室。


The US government had called on North Korea to release Miller and two other American detainees as a humanitarian gesture.
美国政府已呼吁朝鲜出于人道主义姿态释放米勒及其他两名被拘留的美国公民。


This month Miller told US journalists who were in Pyongyang to cover an international wrestling event that he had written to Barack Obama requesting help but had not received a reply.
本月,米勒向在平壤的美国记着披露,他曾写信给美国总统奥巴马关于国际争端问题并寻求帮助,但至今仍未收到回复。


"My situation is very urgent," he told CNN. "I think this interview is my final chance to push the American government into helping me."
“我的情况很紧急。”他告诉CNN,“我觉得这个采访是我最后的机会敦促美国政府来帮助我。”


Some analysts interpreted the North's unusual decision to permit the interviews as a sign that it may be prepared to negotiate the men's release.
一些分析评论家认为,朝鲜准许此次采访这一不寻常的举动可能意味着他们已做好协商释放犯人的准备。
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