該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:伊朗釋放被關押抗議者(2009-07-31)2009-07-31
Troops in Nigeria have been shelling the headquarters of a radical Islamist group, which is accused of being behind three days of violence across five northern states, which has left at least 100 people dead.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:尼日利亞北部發生暴力沖突(2009-07-30)2009-07-30
More than 100 people have been killed in two days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police in four mainly Muslim states.
The American Middle-East envoy George Mitchell has reassured Israel of what he called Washington's unshakable commitment to its security during talks in Tel Aviv with the Defense Minister Ehud Barak.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:伊拉克北部庫爾德總統選舉(2009-07-28)2009-07-28
Preliminary counting has begun following presidential and parliamentary elections in the autonomous Kurdistan region of northern Iraq. Opposition parties have alleged voting irregularities, but the Iraqi Electoral Commission said the poll has been transparent.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解:被罷免洪都拉斯總統短暫穿越邊境(2009-07-27)2009-07-27
The deposed President of Honduras Manuel Zelaya has made a brief crossing back into the country from neighboring Nicaragua for the first time since his removal from office in June. Mr. Zelaya crossed a few meters into Honduran territory. Steven Gibbs reports from the border crossing.
The people that we have arrested today include mayors, deputy mayors, New Jersey State assemblymen, city councilmen, city council candidates, and a variety of other public officials ranging from commissioners to regulatory inspectors and of course a number of rabbis from the Jewish community.
The protests over service delivery are a reminder of the impatience felt in the most deprived areas of the country. Paradoxically, the gap between rich and poor is wider now than it was 15 years ago in spite of the progress that's been made since the demise of apartheid.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2009-07-24)2009-07-24
There have been renewed clashes between police and opposition demonstrators in the Iranian capital Tehran. Eyewitnesses reported that dozens of protesters were arrested in one of the city’s main squares after chanting slogans against President Ahmadinejad, the declared winner of last month’s disputed election.
President Barack Obama has marked the 40th anniversary of the first lunar landing by praising the astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission for inspiring a generation of scientists and engineers.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:美國駐阿富汗士兵被綁架(2009-07-22)2009-07-22
The family of an American soldier kidnapped in Afghanistan has asked people across the United States to pray for him. The man is Private Bowe Bergdahl from Idaho. He is 23 and believed to be the first American soldier to be seized by the Taliban.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:米蘭實行未成年人飲酒禁令(2009-07-21)2009-07-21
The Italian city of Milan has banned the consumption of alcohol by young teenagers. The move is part of attempts to curb increasing social problems. David Willie reports.
Thousands of opposition supporters in the Iranian capital Teheran have staged fresh protests against last month’s controversial presidential election. Police fired tear gas to disperse the crowds who chanted the name of Mir Hossein Mousavi, the candidate officials say came second;
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2009-07-19)2009-07-19
There was confusion at United States military court in Guantanamo Bay at a hearing in which five men accused of plotting the September 11th attacks were due to appear. All five including the alleged mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed initially refused to attend the hearing. As Jonathan Beale reports.
A prominent Russian human rights campaigner who documented abuses in Chechnya has been murdered. The body of the activist Natalya Estemirova was found in the neighboring region of Ingushetia with gunshot wounds to her head and chest.
Profits by the leading American investment bank Goldman Sachs have gone up by a third for the three months to June, far exceeding expectations. Details of the bank's performance were keenly awaited as a sign of whether massive bailouts for the financial sector have put it on course for recovering.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:國際油價下跌到60美元以下(2009-07-16)2009-07-16
World oil prices have fallen below 60 dollars a barrel is seen as an indication that investors are worried that the recovery of the global economy may not be as strong as hoped and it comes as the recession in the US hit a new low with this year's budget deficit now more than $1 trillion. Robin Smith reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:美民主黨認為切尼可能違法(2009-07-15)2009-07-15
Senior Democrats in the Untied States say the former Vice President Dick Cheney may have broken the law if he ordered the CIA to conceal a counter-terrorism program from Congress. The new chief of the CIA Leon Panetta is reported to have told the Senate Intelligence Committee last month that Mr. Cheney had made that direct order.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:奧巴馬呼吁非洲停止暴政(2009-07-14)2009-07-14
On his first official visit to sub-Saharan Africa, President Obama has called on Africans to stand up for their democratic rights. After spending the day in Ghana, the American president praised the country for its free elections and free press which sent a positive message across the continent.
In Afghanistan, six more British soldiers have been killed in the latest fighting in Helmand Province. Friday's deaths bring the total number of British service personnel killed fighting the Taliban to 184, surpassing the number who've died in Iraq. The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has warned that British forces in Afghanistan face a very hard summer. Rob Watson reports.
Leaders of the G8 leading industrialized countries meeting in Italy have agreed to try to limit global warming to no more than 2 degrees Celsius by the year 2050. The summit also pledged to aim for much larger cuts in carbon emissions.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC News在線聽力附文本(2009-7-10)2009-07-10
A star-studded musical tribute to Michael Jackson has been staged in Los Angeles before 17,000 ticket-holders and watched live by millions more as TV stations around the world cleared their schedules.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC News重點講解:美俄簽署削減武器框架協議(2009-7-9)2009-07-09
In a major sign of improving relations, President Obama and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev have reached an outline agreement on reducing nuclear weapons at talks in Moscow. Each side will cut its arsenal to below 1,700. Richard Galpin reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC News重點講解:洪都拉斯被逐總統回國(2009-7-8)2009-07-08
A plane carrying the deposed Honduran President Manuel Zelaya has left Washington, apparently en route to his home country, despite warnings from the interim authorities that they won’t allow the plane to land.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC News:天主教領袖呼吁塞拉亞不要回國(2009-7-7)2009-07-07
The leader of the Roman Catholic Church in Honduras has called on the ousted President Manuel Zelaya not to return from exile to avoid provoking what he called a bloodbath.