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·蒙哥馬利為你播報BBC新聞。

東京被批准舉辦2020奧運會,同時申請舉辦的伊斯坦布爾和馬德里獲選。國際奧會成員秘密投票後在阿根廷宣佈該結果,奧會主席雅克·羅格宣佈該消息。

國際奧會榮幸宣佈,2020年第32屆奧運會舉辦國是東京。

最終投票結果是東京與伊斯坦布爾6036BBC記者Alex Capstick在阿根廷聆聽這一結果。

東京獲得2020年奧運會的舉辦權,在投票的宣傳階段東京就被視為最佳候選地,在今天的陳述中也表現很棒。他們消除了人們對福島的疑慮,首相安倍晉三當然起到幫助,憲仁親王可能也發揮了自己的作用。東京代表團成員跳起來,互相擁抱,有的人淚流滿面。對他們來說,今天這一切是非常熱情的一幕。

澳大利亞國家黨聯盟在大選中贏得壓倒性勝利,在獲勝演講中,領袖托尼·阿博特告訴支持者,他將建設強有力的新政府。

建設一個言行一致、不出意外、不找藉口的政府,一個不僅理解其權力的潛能也理解其局限的政府,一個以其作為而不是言論被評判的政府。

工党領袖凱文·拉德承認失敗,並宣佈將辭去黨派領袖一職。

美國國務卿約翰·克裡和法國外長洛朗·法比尤斯堅決表示,將就上月敘利亞化武使用做出反應。克裡說,美國和法國不是在談論戰爭,而是談論進行有限制的軍事行動,目的是降低敘利亞當局使用化武的能力。他說全世界一定不能再犯二戰之前的錯誤了。

這是我們當代的慕尼克,是時候讓作惡者負責了,而不是對其讓步。我們不能在大屠殺面前無動於衷。

成千上萬人聚集在梵蒂岡為敘利亞祈禱和平,法蘭西斯教皇呼籲敘利亞和解和和平,他說戰爭無論如何都是人類的失敗。

這裡是BBC新聞報導。

義大利海岸警衛稱在過去兩天從搭載移民和難民的船隻上營救了700多人。艾倫·約翰斯頓報導。

目前正是義大利人一年中能看到移民在南部海岸登陸的時候,夏季海面比較平靜,更多人試圖冒險乘破船從北非出發,希望在歐洲尋找更好的生活。幾乎每年都有船隻停靠在義大利,但過去48小時登陸的人數尤其多,許多都來自尼日利亞、加納和厄立特里亞國。

在巴西里約熱內盧,抗議活動使得獨立日慶祝活動中斷。抗議者要求更好的公共服務。

印度反對黨印度人民黨要求南部城市本地治裡政府給女學生提供大衣,以防止性騷擾。這是人們對如何打擊針對印度婦女的性暴力想出的最新主意。Joanna Jolly報導。

在聲明中,印度人民黨駐當地黨委書記說,性騷擾是公立學校一個突出的問題,所有少女都應該得到大衣作為保護。他還說,如果感到威脅,學生應該有機會匿名投訴。去年印度德里發生殘忍的學生強姦謀殺案,且據報導性犯罪的數量也有所上升,所有這些促使新法的出臺。但有的領導人批評抗議者強調婦女的行為,而不是改變男人的態度。

肯雅總統烏胡魯·肯雅塔開始向那些在國內流離失所住營地的人提供賠償,自2007年選舉結束後,成千上萬肯雅人因暴力被迫無家可歸。

BBC新聞報導。

BBC News with Sue Montgomery

Tokyo has been chosen to host the 2020 Olympic Games, beating bids from Istanbul and Madrid. The decision was announced in Argentina after secret ballot of members of the International Olympic Committee. The head of the committee, Jacques Rogge, made the announcement.

“The International Olympic Committee has the honour of announcing that the games of the 32nd Olympiad in 2020 are awarded to the city of Tokyo.”

The final vote was 60 to Tokyo and 36 to Istanbul. The BBC’s Alex Capstick was in Argentina to hear the result.

Tokyo have won the right to stage the games in 2020. They were considered the favourites in the build-up to this vote and they put in a very strong performance their presentation today. They dispelled those doubts about Fukushima-- the Prime Minister Shinzo Abe certainly helped with that. The Princess Takamado must have also been a factor in that victory. But the Tokyo delegation leaping to their feet, giving each other hugs. It was-- they are in tears, some of them. It was a passionate, passionate performance from them today.

The Australian Liberal National Coalition has swept victory in the country’s general election. In his victory speech, its leader Tony Abbott told supporters he would deliver a competent new government.

“A government that says what it means, and means what it says; a government of no surprises and no excuses; a government that understands the limits of power as well as its potential; and a government that accepts, that will be judged more by its deeds than by its mere words.”

Conceding defeat, the Labor leader Kevin Rudd announced he would be resigning as party leader.

The US Secretary of State John Kerry and the French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius have spoken of their determination to respond to the use of chemical weapons in Syria last month. Mr Kerry said the United States and France were not talking about going to war, but discussing limited military action aimed at degrading the Syrian authorities’ ability to use chemical weapons. He said the world mustn’t make the mistakes it did in the run-up to the Second World War.

“This really is the Munich of our generation. It is time to hold people accountable, not to appease them. We cannot stay indifferent in the face of this massacre.”

Tens of thousands of people have gathered in the Vatican to pray for peace in Syria. Pope Francis called for reconciliation and peace in Syria, saying that war was always a defeat for humanity.

World News from the BBC

The Italian coastguard says it’s rescued more than 700 people in the last two days from boats carrying migrants and refugees. Here’s Alan Johnston.

This is the time of year when Italians expect to see migrants landing on their southern shores. In the summer months, the seas are calmer and more people attempted to take their chance in rickety boats setting out from North Africa in search of better lives in Europe. Vessels land in Italy almost every day, but the numbers coming over the past 48 hours have been particularly high. Many of these people were from Nigeria, Ghana and Eritrea.

Protests in Brazil have disrupted Independence Day celebrations in the city of Rio de Janeiro. The protesters were demanding better public services.

The Indian opposition party, the BJP, has asked the government in the southern city of Pondicherry to provide schoolgirls with overcoats to prevent them from being sexually harassed. It’s the latest suggestion about how to combat sexual violence against women in India. As Joanna Jolly reports:

In a statement, a local party secretary of the BJP said sexual harassment was a particular problem in government schools and that all teenage girls should be given overcoats for protection. He also suggested that students should be given the chance to make anonymous complaints if they felt threatened. The brutal rape and murder of a Delhi student last year and a rise in the number of reported sex crimes in India has (have) led to the introduction of new laws. But some leaders have been criticised for focusing on women’s behaviour rather than changing the attitudes of men.

The Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has begun handing out compensation to those living in camps for the internally displaced. Hundreds of thousands of Kenyans were displaced by violence that followed elections in 2007.

BBC News

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