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和訳をお願いします 長くなってすみません(>_<) Weapons of war are cruel. Yet, some weapons cause more destruction than others. These weapons are seen by the international community as being so "inhumane" that they should be banned. The cluster bomb is one of these weapons. A cluster bomb is a bomb that contains many smaller bombs known as "bomblets. " Some cluster bombs carry more than two hundred of them. When these bombs are dropped from planes on cities with large populations, damage during attacks and afterwards can be frightening. Some of the bomblets are set not to explode as soon as they hit the ground. The bomblets set the cities afire and those left unexploded can cause damage long after a conflict has ended. What makes cluster bombs especially cruel is that a lot of civilians, including children, are the victims of unexploded bomblets. A child runs into one of them by accident, mistakes it for a toy or food and touches it. Then, "Boom!" it goes off. In rural areas, the bomblets sleeping in farmland make it impossible for farmers to grow their crops, and this can lead to hunger and even starvation. Something has to be done as soon as possible, or people will continues to suffer. From the 1970s to the 1990s, cluster bombs were produced by 34 countries and used in 23 places of conflict. There is, however, a brighter side to the story. In 2009, a total of 98 nations signed an international treaty to ban cluster bombs. This may be a stepping-stone to a total ban not only on cluster bombs but also on all kinds of weapons of war. Let' s get rid of these weapons, and the world will be a more peaceful place to live. [語注] inhumane 非人道的な cluster bomb クラスター爆弾 set~afire ~に火をつける conflict 紛争 civilian 民間人 rural 農村の treaty 条約 stepping-stone 足がかり


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かなりいい加減な訳で申し訳ありません。 戦争の兵器は残酷である。 しかし、いくつかの兵器が他のものより多くの破壊を引き起こす。 これらの武器は非常に「非人道的なこと」として国際社会に見られる。それらが禁止されているべきである。 クラスター爆弾はこれらの兵器の1つである。 クラスター爆弾は、「小型爆弾」として知られている多くの、より小さい爆弾を含む爆弾である。 いくつかのクラスター爆弾は、それらの200以上を運ぶ。 これらの爆弾が多くの住民数を備えた都市上で飛行機から投下される場合、攻撃の間の、および後でダメージは恐ろしくなりえる。 地面に行くとすぐに、いくつかの小型爆弾が爆発しないように設定される。 小型爆弾は競合が終わったずっと後に、炎と左の不発であるものが破損をもたらすことができる都市を設定した。 クラスター爆弾を特に残酷にすることは、子供を含む多くの民間人が、不発小型爆弾の犠牲者であるということである。 子供は、偶然にそれらの1つへ走って、おもちゃまたは食物にそれを間違えて、それに触れる。 そして、爆弾!それが爆発する。 農村地域では、農地で眠る小型爆弾で農業者が彼らの作物を作るのが不可能になる、そして、これが飢餓と餓死にさえ導くことができる。 できるだけ早く何かをしなければならない、さもなければ、受ける人々意志が、続けている。 クラスター爆弾は、1970年代から1990年代まで、34の国によって生産されて、競合の23の場所に使用された。 しかしながら、話への、より明るい側がある。 2009年に、合計98の国が、クラスター爆弾を禁止するように国際協定にサインした。 これはクラスター爆弾だけではなく、すべての種類の武具にも総禁止令への飛び石であるかもしれない。 これらの兵器を取り除こう。 世界は生きるために、より平和な場所になる。 ご参考まで。





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