#全球头条#20130723

1、拯救雪豹行动:野生动物保护协会雇用阿富汗狩猎者追踪雪豹(华盛顿邮报)

In Afghanistan, a quest to save the snow leopard

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/in-afghanistan-a-quest-to-save-the-snow-leopard/2013/07/21/098bd5c4-ed7c-11e2-bb32-725c8351a69e_story.html

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The biologists received funding from the U.S. government to set up small camps in the remote corridor and to hire wildlife rangers who would help monitor and protect the species of the Wakhan. That’s how Karmal ended up hunting snow leopards with a GPS collar instead of a gun.

If the Wildlife Conservation Society, the only source of Western funds in much of the Wakhan, loses financial support as the war winds down, dozens of wildlife rangers will lose their jobs. If hunters again prevail over conservationists, the trickle of foreign tourists could abruptly dry up.

2、苹果暂时关闭开发者社区,原是因为受到黑客攻击(时代)

Apple’s Developer Site Was Hacked

http://techland.time.com/2013/07/21/apple-developer-site-hacked/

Last Thursday, Apple’s developer site — the place it uses to provide information and downloads to folks who write software for OS X and iOS — went down. As I write, it’s still offline — an uncommonly long time for an unplanned outage, especially given that developers are working with beta versions of the company’s operating systems, both of which are due to ship this fall.

But now Apple has finally offered a (brief) explanation of what’s up. (See message above.) The company says that an intruder tried to break into the site. It’s not sure whether the person in question got at any names, e-mail address or mailing addresses, but it says that unspecified “sensitive personal information” was encrypted. Here’s a little more detail from The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple, including the point that the information of normal, non-developer customers — that is, all of us with iTunes accounts — wasn’t at risk.

3、英国皇室小子出世,三代男丁将终结女王时代(CNN)

It's a boy! Catherine gives birth to royal baby

http://edition.cnn.com/2013/07/22/world/europe/uk-royal-baby/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

With fanfare fit for a prince, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and husband Prince William welcomed their first child Monday.The baby boy was born at 4:24 p.m., weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces. A name has not yet been announced for the child, who is third in line to the throne.

"Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well," read an official bulletin placed outside Buckingham Palace, where crowds erupted in cheers.

People from all over the world had gathered outside Buckingham Palace to await news of the birth. At least one group of well-wishers brought flowers, champagne and a card for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

 

 


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