該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:奧巴馬解雇石油勘探監管負責人(2010-05-31)2010-05-31
President Obama has announced a shake-up of the offshore oil industry after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. He's halted exploratory deep water drilling for another six months, and suspended test drilling on 33 rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. He’s also dismissed the head of the government agency monitoring offshore drilling, as Mark Mardell reports from Washington.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-05-30)2010-05-30
North Korea has announced it's cutting off all relations with South Korea. The decision comes after sharply increased tension between the two countries following the sinking of a South Korean navy ship in March. Jonathan Marcus reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:倫敦新巴士驚艷亮相(2010-05-29)2010-05-29
What is red but green, open but closed and old but new? Answer: London's stunning new double-decker buses.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:牙買加圍剿毒梟引發騷亂(2010-05-28)2010-05-28
Police in Jamaica have begun an operation to take control of the headquarters of the alleged drug dealer Christopher Dudus Coke, at the centre of the recent unrest in the capital Kingston. As the violence continues, the US State Department has said its embassy in Kingston is suspending none-essential services. Nick Davis sent this report from Kingston.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:伊朗建議美國交換囚犯2010-05-27)2010-05-27
The US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has sharply criticised the oil company BP for its handling of the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Speaking after a visit to BP's American headquarters in Houston, Mr Salazar said he was angry and frustrated that BP has missed deadline after deadline to stem the flow of oil. He said the disaster represented a crucial challenge for the company.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:世界最昂貴郵票成功拍賣(2010-05-26)2010-05-26
British cabinet ministers who are visiting Kabul have played down differences that had appeared to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Defense Secretary Liam Fox over the future British's role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:希拉里抵華參加戰略經濟對話(2010-05-25)2010-05-25
European Union finance ministers have accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the euro, the ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels, here is Ben Shore.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:美國科學家創造出首例人造生命(2010-05-24)2010-05-24
Scientists in the United States say they've developed the world's first synthetic organism. Supporters say this marks the beginning of a new industrial revolution. Critics say scientists are playing God. Pallab Ghosh explains.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-05-23)2010-05-23
The oil company BP says it has finally been successful in siphoning oil from a burst pipe on the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico. A BP spokesman said that so far the system was working very well but added that this wasn't the ultimate solution. Large quantities of oil have been spewing into the Gulf for nearly a month. Madeleine Morris reports from Washington.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-05-22)2010-05-22
A curfew is in place across nearly a third of Thailand's provinces after an army push that cleared thousands of anti-government protesters from central Bangkok prompted unrest elsewhere.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:中美俄同意對伊朗實施制裁(2010-05-21)2010-05-21
The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the United States, Russia and China have agreed a draft UN resolution for further sanctions against Iran. She said the draft resolution could be quick-circulated among members of the UN Security Council later today.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:希臘旅游副部長因丈夫逃稅辭職(2010-05-20)2010-05-20
There's been a cautious international response to the announcement by Iran that it percents some of its low enriched uranium abroad in return for higher-grade nuclear fuel for a research reactor. Tehran hopes the deal will avert new sanctions against Iran. Barbara Plett reports from the United Nations.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:墨西哥前總統候選人被綁架(2010-05-19)2010-05-19
The Prime Minister of Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva has said military action will continue against escalating anti-government protests, because it's the only way to restore peace. At least 22 people have been killed and many more injured since the operation began on Thursday. Thai soldiers are setting up cordons street by street around the protesters' huge fortified camp in central Bangkok. Our correspondent there is Chris Hogg.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:英國前財政大臣遇刺(2010-05-18)2010-05-18
President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duck the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil slick and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:雅典附近監獄發生爆炸(2010-05-17)2010-05-17
The oil company BP has revealed that the cost of tackling the oil spill from a broken well in the Gulf of Mexico has risen dramatically. It now stands at $450m, but it is still rising fast. Jannat Jalil reports.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-05-16)2010-05-16
Britain’s new Prime Minister David Cameron and his deputy Nick Clegg are insisting that their recently formed coalition, Britain’s first in decades,is strong and will last. At a good humored news conference, punctuated by jokes, the former rivals said their parties were united and would serve a full five-yearterm. Mr. Cameron said the new government had the potential to change Britishpolitics.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:英國新首相上臺(2010-05-15)2010-05-15
After days of political horse-trading the UK finally has a new government and a new Prime Minister, following the resignation of Labour's Gordon Brown on Tuesday evening.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:卡梅倫出任英國首相(2010-05-14)2010-05-14
The leader of the British Conservative Party, David Cameron has been appointed Prime Minister by Queen Elizabeth five days after the inconclusive election. The election resulted in the Conservatives winning the largest number of seats, but failing to secure an overall majority, leaving Britain’s third party, the Liberal Democrats holding the balance of power.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:布朗宣布辭去工黨領袖職務(2010-05-13)2010-05-13
The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has announced that he intends to stand down as leader of the Labour Party within months. Mr Brown said he had no desire to stay in his post longer than was needed to form a stable government following last week's inconclusive general election.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:北威州失利默克爾政府面臨難題(2010-05-12)2010-05-12
The United States Attorney General Eric Holder has said the Pakistani Taliban were behind the attempted car bombing in Times Square in New York last week. He said the US had evidence that the militant group had recruited a Pakistani-born American citizen Faisal Shahzad. Aleem Maqbool has more.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:冰島火山灰再次影響歐洲航班(2010-05-11)2010-05-11
President Sarkozy of France and the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi have canceled visits to Moscow on Sunday to work instead on plans to stop the Greek debt crisis spreading to other countries using the European single currency. Mr Sarkozy said the single currency was an essential element of Europe and financial speculators must not be allowed to undo it.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:英國大選或將選出聯合政府(2010-05-10)2010-05-10
The leaders of two of Britain’s main parties, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats, are discussing whether they can form a coalition government, following Thursday's inconclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of the majority has approached the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. Here is Ross Hawkins.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-05-9)2010-05-09
Voting has just finished in the British general election and an exit poll released in the last few moments indicates that the Conservatives will win but will not have an overall majority in parliament. Reporting live from Westminster is our political correspondent Rob Watson.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:惠特尼·休斯頓個唱不盡如人意(2010-05-8)2010-05-08
Fans have waited 11 years and put up with three postponements of the concert, but the American singer Whitney Houston finally returned to the UK stage last night.