Metaglossia: The Translation World
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News about translation, interpreting, intercultural communication, terminology and lexicography - as it happens
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Further study to become an interpreter? (Interpreting)

Discussion among translators, entitled: Further study to become an interpreter? .
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Afghan interpreter rejected by Canada says he’s been hunted by Taliban

An Afghan interpreter turned away from Canada disputes the accounts of Canadian officials who have played down the threat he faces for aiding allied forces in Kandahar.
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Seminars - School of Modern Languages - Newcastle University

What happens when language and culture interact via Interpreting? This is an open workshop for students studying interpreting (advanced Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students) which offers the chance to discuss with two experienced freelance interpreters the ins and outs of a dynamic profession.

Continue the discussion after the workshop over free refreshments!

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Tim Harper: Afghan interpreter’s plight pits ministries against each other

The case of Sayed Shah Sharifi has led to increasingly public sniping between the defence and immigration departments.
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New Portal for Interpreter Training Records Will Help Providers Meet New Standards on ADVANCE for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Language Line Services, based in Monterey, Calif., has launched a secure, on-demand, Web-based interpreter training records portal for its health care customers to help them meet new and revised regulatory requirements of the Joint Commission standards for language interpreter proof of competency. The new standards for language access move out of the pilot phase and begin impacting accreditation decisions on Jan. 1.

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Interpreter/detective provides startling evidence

The wonder is that Moosa Hadi managed to get to and from the witness stand without injury from the weight of the axe he has to grind.
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Brother told interpreter he tried to save sisters, court told | Canada | News | London Free Press

Hamed Shafia says he got 'scared' the night his three sisters and their aunt drove into the Rideau Canal in the early hours of June 30, 2009.
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Canadian medic defends Afghan interpreter denied visa

‘Effectively, Sayed’s death warrant has been signed,’ says medic who worked with interpreter in war zone.
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