BBC film 'disturbed polar bears'

Jason Roberts
Image caption Jason Roberts said he had "never bothered, disturbed or injured" the bears

Berita BBC untuk materi pelajaran bahasa Inggris adalah tentang denda kepada produser film lingkungan BBC dan pekerja tambang yang berhasil diselamatkan di Polandia.

BBC film 'disturbed polar bears'

A film-maker who shot a BBC documentary about polar bears could be fined up to £5,700 after Norwegian authorities said his methods disturbed the wild animals.

Jason Roberts was making The Polar Bear Family and Me, in which bears were filmed from a clear plastic hide. One attacked the box and the Svalbard islands' deputy governor said the crew broke regulations because they looked "like they are disturbing the animals".

Mr Roberts said he had "never bothered, disturbed or injured" the bears. A BBC spokesperson said: "We are aware of these concerns, but as they refer to on-going discussions between the parties in Norway it would not be appropriate to comment further at this stage."

Film BBC 'mengganggu beruang kutub'

Pembuat film dokumenter BBC tentang beruang kutub bisa didenda sebesar £5.700 setelah pihak berwenang Norwegia mengatakan metodenya menggangu satwa liar.

Jason Roberts sedang membuat Keluarga Beruang Kutub dan Saya, dengan beruang direkam dari tempat bersembunyi plastik yang terlihat. Salah satu menyerang kotak itu dan Wakil Gubernur Pulau Svalbard mengatakan awak melanggar peraturan karena tampak seperti 'mengganggu satwa'.

Roberts mengatakan dia tidak pernah mengusik, mengganggu, maupun melukai beruang.

Juru bicara BBC mengatakan, "Kami menyadari adanya keprihatinan ini, namun karena mereka merujuk pada diskusi yang sedang berlangsung antara pihak-pihak di Norwegia, tidak tepat untuk memberi komentar lebih lanjut pada tahap ini."

Polish miners have been rescued

Nineteen Polish copper miners have been rescued after being trapped a kilometre underground by a collapsed tunnel caused by an earthquake.

The miners were trapped for almost eight hours, but none were seriously injured.

A spokesman for the company that owns the mine, KGHM, said all were fit enough to go home. He said rescuers managed to get to the group through an adjoining mine, thus avoiding having to dig through the large quantities of rock that had fallen.

The incident took place at the Rudna mine in the west of Poland.

Pekerja tambang Polandia diselamatkan

Sembilan belas pekerja tambang Polandia sudah diselamatkan setelah terperangkap satu kilometer di bawah tanah karena ambruknya terowongan akibat gempa bumi.

Para pekerja tambang itu terperangkap selama hampir delapan jam, namun tidak ada yang menderita cedera berat.

Seorang juru bicara perusahaan yang memliliki tambang, KGHM, mengatakan mereka semua cukup bugar untuk pulang ke rumah. Dia mengatakan petugas penyelamat berhasil mencapai mereka melalui tambang yang bersambung sehingga tidak perlu menggali sejumlah besar batu yang jatuh.

Kecelakaan terjadi di tambang Rudna di Polandia barat.

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