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Trump adviser Bannon indicted for refusing to testify in Capitol riot probe******

AFP。

In this file photo taken on January 22, 2017, US President Donald Trump (left) congratulates Senior Counselor to the President Stephen Bannon during the swearing-in of senior staff in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC.。

Former US president Donald Trump's longtime adviser Steve Bannon was indicted on Friday for refusing to testify to the congressional committee investigating the Capitol riot, the Justice Department announced.。

A federal grand jury returned the indictment in a significant victory for the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 Attack, which is battling efforts by Trump and top aides to use presidential privilege to block testimony and documents necessary for the probe.。

The indictment came hours after Trump's former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, declined to show up for an committee deposition after being subpoenaed, which could lead to similar charges of contempt.。

Investigators think Meadows and Bannon could have information on links between the White House and the Trump supporters who invaded the Capitol to prevent the certification of Joe Biden as winner of the November 2020 presidential election.。

Bannon, 67, was charged with two counts of contempt – for ignoring subpoenas to appear for a deposition and for failing to supply documents to the committee.。

Each count carries a penalty of one month to one year in jail.。

"Steve Bannon's indictment should send a clear message to anyone who thinks they can ignore the Select Committee or try to stonewall our investigation: No one is above the law," said committee Chair Bennie Thompson and Vice Chair Liz Cheney in a statement.。

According to CNN, Bannon plans to turn himself in to the Justice Department on Monday.。

Violent attack on the Capitol。

Bannon, 67 was among the first of dozens of people who have been called to testify on the violent attack to shut down Congress on Trump's baseless claims that Biden had won the election due to massive voter fraud.。

The attack, during which five people died, succeeded in delaying the joint House-Senate election certification session for several hours.。

The committee said Bannon has relevant information to understanding how the attack came about.。

It pointed to his presence on January 5 in activities focused on blocking the certification, when he said: "All hell is going to break loose tomorrow."

Bannon refused to testify based on Trump's own assertion of executive privilege to prevent a number of former aides from testifying and block the committee from obtaining documents from his administration related to the Capitol assault.。

On October 21, the House voted to refer contempt of Congress charges against Bannon to the Justice Department.。

Given the deep politics of the case, it was not clear the Justice Department would take action until Friday's grand jury indictment.。

"Since my first day in office, I have promised Justice Department employees that together we would show the American people by word and deed that the department adheres to the rule of law, follows the facts and the law and pursues equal justice under the law," Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement.。

"Today's charges reflect the department's steadfast commitment to these principles," he said.。

The committee says it has already interviewed 150 people as part of the investigation.。

Powell renominated as Fed chair, disappointing Democratic progressives******

AFP。

Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome Powell (right) speaks as President Joe Biden listens during an announcement at the South Court Auditorium of Eisenhower Executive Office Building on November 22, 2021, in Washington, DC.。

US FederalReserve Chair Jerome Powell underscored his commitment toputting climate change at the center of the central bank'spolicymaking decisions during his conversations with PresidentJoe Biden, the White House said on Monday.。

Biden on Monday renominated Powell, a Republican, to anotherfour-year stint at the helm of the Fed, disappointing Democraticprogressives who had pushed the White House to name a tough newregulatory chief to crack down on banks on issues such asclimate change and fair lending.。

Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, press secretaryJen Psaki said the Fed had taken important steps forward underPowell, including identifying climate change as a key risk thatneeds to be addressed, working with other central banks tomitigate climate change, and hiring a top climate economist.。

"He did reiterate his commitment to that during theirdiscussions," Psaki said.。

Psaki said Biden hopes to make decisions soon on how hewould like to fill the seats that remain open on the FederalReserve's Board of Governors.。

"He is hoping to make decisions soon," she said.。

Biden has three other Fed seats to fill, including the vicechair for supervision, and intends to pick those in earlyDecember, the White House said earlier on Monday.。

Critics fault Powell for not moving more decisively toaddress climate change in his first term.。

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who held the top Fed jobbefore Powell, told CNBC earlier the central bank was nowgearing up to include analysis of climate change as part of itsstress testing because it "poses a major risk to financialinstitutions."

"The Fed has made considerable strides on bringingevaluation of how climate risks affect the banks it supervises.It's doing very good work on that, and is gearing up ... to doscenario analysis of the risks facing the banks and to use it insupervision," Yellen said.。

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UN chief joins world leaders in calling for investment to end pandemic this year******United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres addresses the virtual launch of the Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator (ACT-Accelerator) advocacy campaign for 2022 in New York, on Feb. 9, 2022. Guterres on Wednesday joined world leaders in calling for urgent investment to end the COVID-19 pandemic this year. (Eskinder Debebe/UN Photo/Handout via Xinhua)  United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres addresses the virtual launch of the Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator (ACT-Accelerator) advocacy campaign for 2022 in New York, on Feb. 9, 2022. Guterres on Wednesday joined world leaders in calling for urgent investment to end the COVID-19 pandemic this year. (Eskinder Debebe/UN Photo/Handout via Xinhua)

UNITED NATIONS, Feb. 9 (Xinhua) -- United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday joined world leaders in calling for urgent investment to end the COVID-19 pandemic this year.

The pandemic could be defeated this year but "only if vaccines, tests and treatments are made available to all people," the UN chief said.

The top UN official was among some world leaders calling for 23 billion U.S. dollars to support the ACT-Accelerator, the landmark collaboration that makes these goods accessible to everyone globally.

"Vaccine inequity is the biggest moral failure of our times - and people are paying the price," said Guterres, underlining the urgency to act now.

"Until and unless we can ensure access to these tools, the pandemic will not go away, and the sense of insecurity of people will only deepen."

The ACT-Accelerator was established in April 2020, just weeks after the pandemic was declared, to speed up development and access to COVID-19 tests, treatments and vaccines. The global vaccine solidarity initiative COVAX is one of its four pillars.

The partnership brings together governments, scientists, philanthropists, businesses, civil society and global health organizations such as GAVI, the vaccine alliance; the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), and the UN's health agency, World Health Organization (WHO).

The campaign launched on Wednesday aims to meet a 16 billion dollar financing gap, and nearly 7 billion dollars for in-country delivery costs, in the bid to end the pandemic as a global emergency this year.

The co-chairs of the ACT-Accelerator Facilitation Council, which provides high-level political leadership to advocate for resource mobilization, recently wrote to more than 50 rich countries to encourage "fair share" contributions.

The financing framework is calculated on the size of their national economies and what they would gain from a faster global economic and trade recovery.

As Guterres put it: "If we want to ensure vaccinations for everyone to end this pandemic, we must first inject fairness into the system."

The funding will help to curb coronavirus transmission, break the cycle of variants, relieve overburdened health workers and systems, and save lives, world leaders said, warning that with every month of delay, the global economy stands to lose almost four times the investment the ACT-Accelerator needs.

Financing will be used to procure and provide lifesaving tools, and personal protective equipment (PPE) for health workers, to low and middle-income countries.

It will support measures that include driving vaccine rollouts, creating a Pandemic Vaccine Pool of 600 million doses, purchasing 700 million tests, procuring treatments for 120 million patients, and 100 percent of the oxygen needs of low-income countries.

"The longer inequitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments persists, the longer the pandemic will persist," said President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, who co-chairs the Facilitation Council together with Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store.

The UN and partners continue to warn against the dangers of inequity three years into the pandemic.

Although more than 4.7 billion COVID-19 tests have been administered globally so far, WHO report only around 22 million, a paltry 0.4 percent, were administered in low-income countries.

Furthermore, only 10 percent of people in these nations have received at least one vaccine dose.

Since its inception, the ACT-Accelerator has funded vital research and development of new therapeutics, vaccines, and diagnostics, and delivered over a billion vaccine doses through COVAX, among other achievements.

The mechanism has an overall budget of 23.4 billion dollars and donors are urged to contribute 16.8 billion dollars. They have already pledged 814 million dollars, leaving the 16 billion dollars funding gap. It is expected that the remaining 6.5 billion dollars will be self-financed by middle-income countries.

Separate to the budget, another 6.8 billion dollars is required for in-country delivery of vaccines and diagnostics.

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated that the rapid spread of the Omicron variant has underlined the urgent need to ensure tests, treatments and vaccines are distributed equitably globally.

"If higher-income countries pay their fair share of the ACT-Accelerator costs, the partnership can support low and middle-income countries to overcome low COVID-19 vaccination levels, weak testing, and medicine shortages," he said.

"Science gave us the tools to fight COVID-19; if they are shared globally in solidarity, we can end COVID-19 as a global health emergency this year."

这就是体育!金博洋战胜了金博洋 羽生结弦也没输给羽生结弦******



10日的北京冬奥会花样滑冰赛场备受瞩目,最终,美国选手陈巍夺得冠军,日本选手键山优真获得亚军,日本选手宇野昌磨获得季军。日本名将羽生结弦在自由滑中挑战阿克塞尔四周跳时落地摔倒,以男子单人滑第四名的成绩结束自己的第三届冬奥会。中国名将金博洋的自由滑成绩创个人赛季最佳,最终获得第九名。金牌固然备受关注,但在昨日的赛场上,金博洋浴火重生,战胜了曾经的自己,将迎接更好的自己;而羽生结弦挑战极限和挑战自我的精神也令人尊敬。拼搏了,就是英雄;没有奖牌,也值得掌声。这,就是体育的魅力。

>>网友声音

我明白了奥运口号为何不是“金牌、银牌、铜牌”

而是“更高、更快、更强、更团结”

对于金博洋和羽生结弦的表现,网友们纷纷点赞:

■太不容易了,战胜自己是最难的,加油金博洋。

■浴火重生,金博洋太棒了。

■我算不上是羽生的粉丝,但的确是让我明白了奥运口号为什么不是“金牌、银牌、铜牌”,而是“更高、更快、更强”,还有现在的“更团结”。竞技体育之所以能成为庸常生活中激动人心的所在,也不是因为要争夺奖牌和冠军,而是一群在某项身体能力上拥有绝对天赋的人,代表着我们人类,向那些看似亘古的、不可冒犯的法则,发起一次次挑战,所有努力或许终将失败,但这却展示了人之所以为人的动力与恒心。

■人生最本质的东西不是凯旋,而是奋力拼搏,为金博洋和羽生结弦鼓掌。

金博洋

战胜了金博洋

他再现天才的模样

运动员有很多种:有人生来天赋异禀,金牌信手拈来;也有人资质平平,在浩瀚的体坛如同流星匆匆流逝。但最难的或许是这一种:年少成名,成长于聚光灯下,却又不幸跌落谷底,他们经历至暗时刻,仍不忘闪闪发光。金博洋,就是这种。

曾经,金博洋是中国男子花滑的“天才少年”:14岁时他就完成了自己的第一个四周跳,18岁,金博洋完成了“勾手四周接后外点冰三周”,成为世界上第一个在国际赛场上完成该动作的运动员。然而,在2018年平昌冬奥会拿到第四名之后,金博洋却走到了转折的路口,去年世锦赛第22名更是陷入低谷。这次北京冬奥会,24岁的金博洋是中国花样滑冰队唯一参加男单项目的选手。2月8日,花样滑冰男单短节目比赛中,金博洋拿下90.98分,以第11名的成绩晋级10日的自由滑比赛。

10日,金博洋第14个登场,人们又见到了那个天才少年的模样——全部七个跳跃动作中,前六个完成得干净漂亮,只有最后的后内点冰三周跳出现双足落冰。最终,金博洋在自由滑中得到179.45分,创造了个人本赛季最高分,总分270.43分,列第9位。

金博洋在比赛结束后先是振臂高呼,随后在冰面上掩面哭泣。他表示,今天对自己的表现非常满意,感觉有点不可思议。“滑到最后一刻,我感觉这四年的努力都值得。”在被问到是否会继续活跃在花滑赛场时,金博洋坚定地说:“我肯定要滑下去,我要坚持下去,带动更多国人参与冰雪运动,希望更多小朋友滑冰成为中国花样滑冰的未来力量。”

“浴火重生年少成名的他,曾经两次登上过世界锦标赛的领奖台……他的职业生涯仿佛一夜间坠入了谷底,但即使在无边的暗夜里,只要坚信‘我生来就是高山,而非溪流,我欲于群峰之巅,俯瞰低矮的沟壑,我生来就是人杰,而非草芥,我站在伟人之间,藐视平庸的懦夫,’这种信念足以支撑选手度过人生中一个个至暗时刻,金博洋,战胜了金博洋!”

——央视解说员评金博洋

羽生结弦

只为留下永载花滑史的一跳

作为两届冬奥会花滑男单的冠军得主,羽生结弦是本届冬奥会花滑赛场上最受关注的明星之一,虽然在短节目比赛中出现失误,羽生结弦已经很难在本届冬奥会上实现花滑男单三连冠,但这位世界级巨星依然希望在北京留下永载花滑历史的一跳,这是一次早已超越输赢的表演,他想在这里成为了“理想的羽生结弦”。

由于短节目排名第八,羽生结弦当日比赛中第17个登场,随着《天与地》音乐响起,他的第一个跳跃动作就是挑战前无古人的阿克塞尔四周跳。腾空、旋转,可惜由于周数不足,落冰摔倒。此后,他的后内结环四周跳也出现失误。但羽生结弦之后的表演没有受太大影响,他的剩余五个跳跃动作都完成得轻盈飘逸。

音乐停止,羽生结弦伸开双臂,向后仰头,保持了很久。随后他向裁判和观众们深深鞠躬,脸上绽放出笑容。在退场时,羽生结弦又以一段姿态优雅的滑行来到下场处,随后面向冰面再次鞠躬,躬身抚摸冰面后,又摸了摸自己的眼睛。

赛后,羽生结弦对记者说:“不可否认我心里是有遗憾的。在今天的赛场上,虽然还差一点,但我拼尽了全力去实现阿克塞尔四周跳,也许还可以做到更好、也许所有的努力没有回报,但对我而言,这是一届充满尊严的冬奥会,我为之骄傲。”他说,“我当然知道零失误是很重要的,可某种意义上,正因为有前半段的失误让我把《天与地》的故事表现得更完整。我认为自己在这次冬奥会上的表现优于上届,不知道是否符合大家的期待,但我只想对一路走来始终支持我的人由衷说声谢谢。”

当有记者问他今后是否考虑继续挑战阿克塞尔四周跳,羽生结弦回答说:“目前还不太清楚,请再多给我一些时间。”当有记者问为什么最后会抚摸冰面,他说:“当我低下头看到冰时,感谢等万千思绪涌上心头,就不由自主地想去抚摸它。”

“守一座守不住的城,打一场打不赢的仗,把所有的辉煌放到历史的车轮下,旗帜凛然。短节目失利落后第一名18分,他笑着接受采访时说,自己是不是被冰讨厌了?这种淡然何尝不是另一种的王者风范,天意终究难参,与君共添青史几转,成败也当笑看。”

——央视解说员评羽生结弦

>>焦点名词

4A很难

也被认为不值得去做

4A是什么?简而言之,这被认为是人类身体能力的极限,一个前无古人的动作——从未有任何一位花样滑冰运动员在比赛中成功做出过4A。

4A的全称是阿克塞尔四周跳,在花样滑冰的六种跳跃动作中,阿克塞尔跳是唯一一个向前起跳的动作,也是所有跳跃动作中,难度系数最高的动作。在无数花滑运动员过往挑战极限的历程中,四周跳已被认为是极限——通常,花滑运动员从起跳到落冰,大概需要0.7秒左右,而四周跳需要他们在这0.7秒中,完成四周共1440度的转体,落地时要承受相当于自身重量7倍的冲击力。

此外,A跳是一个向前跳跃的动作,在转体之前,运动员的重心不可避免地处于冰刀的外侧,如果稍不注意,冰刀极有可能发生横向打滑,危险性很大。

比起其他四周跳,4A的难度在于,在实际跳跃中,它需要多跳半周,即选手需要在同样的时间内,完成四周半共1620度的转体。而这半周使得4A的最高点提高了整整17厘米,落冰点也要增加1米多的距离,为了准备好这些必要条件,运动员在腾空前必须要将速度提高10%。

用最难的跳跃去完成最多的旋转,俄罗斯花滑教父阿列克谢·米申曾表示,自己的有生之年,无人可以完成4A,因为它超出了人类身体能力的极限。俄罗斯花滑教母,培养过无数世界冠军的塔拉索娃,也持有同样的观点。

除了超越身体极限,在实际比赛中,4A也不是一个“划算”的选择——

在国际滑联(ISU)制定的赋分规则中,4A仅比排名第二的勾手四周跳(4Lz)多1分——4Lz的基础分为11.5分,4A为12.5分。但两个动作的难度却是完全不同的级别,之所以分差如此之小,有一种解释是:国际滑联根本没有想过现阶段有运动员能够在正式比赛中完成4A。

如今的男子单人滑领域已经展开了一场严重的四周跳内卷——越来越多的选手开始追求在一套自由滑动作中完成更多的四周跳,这可以用更可靠的方式为他们得到更多的技术分,从而赢得比赛。对所有运动员而言,这显然是一个更“合理”的选择,除了羽生结弦。

>>内幕揭秘

日媒称,羽生结弦如果选择稳妥的话

北京冬奥会上实现三连冠大有希望

为何一定要跳4A

他曾说:赌上人生的最后梦想

日本媒体称,羽生结弦如果选择稳妥的话,北京冬奥会上实现三连冠大有希望,但他对阿克塞尔四周跳有执念,一直想要在赛场上挑战并完成这个动作。为什么羽生结弦要如此执拗地将自己的人生与阿克塞尔四周跳(4A)锁定在一起?在日本媒体的多次采访中,他都谈起,拿到奥运金牌是曾经的梦想,获得后却有了一种“燃尽”的感觉,有了4A,人生便有了新的含义:“无法达成的目标才是我的目标……有了4A,我才能如此生气勃勃地活着,(4A)是我作为竞技花滑选手赌上人生的最后梦想。”他还说:“想跳4A是因为我想让自己满意,那样我可以挺起胸膛说,这是最棒的羽生结弦,这是理想的羽生结弦。”本版稿件综合新华社、央视、《人物》等

>>多知道点

为啥运动员转不晕

你转两圈就晕?

看花滑比赛的你有没有想过,为什么花滑运动员动辄十几圈的旋转,然后好不头晕的进行接下来的表演,而你,也许转两圈都晕呢?更有细心的网友发现,不少花滑运动员做旋转动作时,几乎都是闭着眼睛的,他们真的是高手?

人体内耳深处有主管头部平衡运动的一组装置,名为前庭系统,由椭圆囊、球囊和三个半规管组成。半规管是掌管平衡感的器官,半规管内存在着淋巴液以及传感器,传感器就像是半规管里的小块海藻,漂浮在液体中,感知发生的一切。当我们进行点头摇头灯轻微动作时,半规管内的传感器可以正常工作,但当进行幅度较大的旋转时,传感器的工作就会发生紊乱,逐步失去对方向的感知。这就是头晕的起源。

大多数人的身体天生就不适合连续旋转,因为这个动作会在很大程度上干扰内耳和惯性。运动员为何转不晕?他们的秘诀是训练,不停的训练,从小就开始的训练战胜了人体的自然反应,身体演变的适应旋转,原本受旋转刺激产生的反应不断减轻,甚至消失。

至于睁眼跳远闭眼旋转?网友们只看到了表象,睁眼有助于选手高质量完成比赛,“闭眼”的情况也存在,但与完成技术动作无关,有的闭眼是艺术表达的需要。综合



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