該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:古巴前總統將發行回憶錄(2010-07-31)2010-07-31
The United Nations chief weapons inspector just before the Iraq conflict, Hans Blix, has said Britain was dragged along in a war that was not legally defensible.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:阿富汗戰爭機密文件泄漏(2010-07-30)2010-07-30
The Pentagon has said the damage caused by the leaking of more than 90,000 classified military documents on the war in Afghanistan may take weeks to assess. The classified documents posted on the Internet by the whistle-blowing organisation Wikileaks contain many accusations. Kevin Connolly reports from Washington.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:查韋斯威脅停止向美國出口石油(2010-07-29)2010-07-29
The BBC has learned that BP’s chief executive Tony Hayward, who’s been widely criticised in the United States over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, is to stand down. A senior source at the oil company told the BBC that Mr Hayward is currently negotiating the terms of his departure, and that an announcement was likely by Monday. From Washington, Madeleine Morris reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:德國露天音樂會發生踩踏事件(2010-07-28)2010-07-28
At least 15 people have been crushed to death in Germany at a techno music festival known as the Love Parade. One hundred others were injured, 45 of them seriously.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:歐洲銀行壓力測試結束(2010-07-27)2010-07-27
European Union officials say just seven of 91 European banks have failed test of their financial strength. The checks were designed to see if individual banks needed to raise capital against future losses in case of a new recession. Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:委內瑞拉驅逐哥倫比亞外交官(2010-07-26)2010-07-26
Venezuela has ordered Colombian diplomats to leave the country within 72 hours. The Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez had earlier announced he was breaking off relations over accusations that his government was harboring left-wing Colombian rebels.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-07-25)2010-07-25
The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has travelled to Chad to attend a summit of regional leaders, defying two warrants for his arrest issued by the International Criminal Court. A court spokesman told the BBC that Chad had a legal obligation to arrest Mr Bashir. But as James Copnall reports from Khartoum, that's unlikely to happen.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:中國超美國成為最大能源消耗國(2010-07-24)2010-07-24
The leaders of Britain and the United States have spent nearly three hours in talks in Washington. President Obama said they saw virtually eye to eye on every major challenge before them.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:調查稱美國反恐機構臃腫(2010-07-23)2010-07-23
Researchers say a medicinal gel being tested in South Africa has almost halved the risk of women being infected with HIV when routinely use before sex. The World Health Organization and the UN AIDS agency called the results groundbreaking. Here's Bethany Bell.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:阿富汗巴基斯坦簽署貿易協定(2010-07-22)2010-07-22
The oil company BP says it's increasingly hopeful that the new cap on its stricken well in the Gulf of Mexico can be used to block the flow of oil completely until the leak is permanently sealed. The company's chief operating officer, Doug Suttles, said no one wanted to see more oil leaking into the Gulf, and BP hoped to keep the cap closed if it could. From Louisiana, Laura Trevelyan.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:波羅的海發現世界最古老香檳(2010-07-21)2010-07-21
The oil company BP says it'll continue to monitor the cap it's put on the stricken oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. Earlier, BP's senior vice president Kent Wells gave a cautiously optimistic assessment of the operation to cap the ruptured well. Laura Trevelyan reports from Louisiana.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:美國研制出抗瘧疾蚊子(2010-07-20)2010-07-20
President Barack Obama has welcomed BP's success in stopping the flow of oil from its leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico. He emphasized that whatever the next move was, it would be governed by science and that an enormous clear-up operation was still needed.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:美參議院通過金融體系調控法案(2010-07-19)2010-07-19
The oil company BP says it has for the first time stopped the torrent of oil that's been leaking into the Gulf of Mexico for the past three months. A BP Vice President Kent Wells said a new 75-ton cap had cut off the oil flow during the early stages of a pressure test. Madeleine Morris reports from Washington.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-07-18)2010-07-18
Renewed safety fears have forced the oil company BP to delay its latest efforts to stop the oil leak that's been polluting the Gulf of Mexico since April. BP is having to postpone the testing of a newly-installed cap which is supposed to block the leaking well. Our correspondent in Washington is Paul Adams.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:法國議會就禁戴面紗草案進行投票(2010-07-17)2010-07-17
The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said the Iranian nuclear scientist Shahram Amari, who turned up at the Iranian Interests Section of the Pakistani embassy in Washington, is and always has been free to go home.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:法總統涉嫌接受女首富非法捐款(2010-07-16)2010-07-16
An Israeli military report on the commando raid on a flotilla of aidships heading for the Gaza Strip in May has heavily criticized the tactics and method used. Nine Turkish activists were killed when Israeli commandos stormed one ship in the flotilla as it tried to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza. Adam Mynott reports from Tel Aviv.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:日本首相稱不會辭職(2010-07-15)2010-07-15
Spain has just scored against the Netherlands in the final match of the first football World Cup in South Africa with just over two minutes left of extra-time. Neither has won the title before. There have been several yellow cards in a game characterized by some ferocious Dutch tackling and Holland went down to 10 men at the start of the second-half of extra-time. Andres Iniesta made the breakthrough.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:奧巴馬承諾為PTSD退伍軍人提供幫助(2010-07-14)2010-07-14
The oil company BP has begun its latest attempt to halt the catastrophic oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. It's used underwater robots to remove a cap that was placed over the fractured wellhead last month. A new cap will be fitted later. However, a permanent solution to stopping the oil - two relief wells - is still weeks away. Madeleine Morris reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:世界杯可能存在操縱比賽現象(2010-07-13)2010-07-13
The US has announced that an elaborate spy swap with Russia has taken place successfully. Ten Russian agents arrested in the US last month were flown to Vienna and exchanged for four people who had been jailed in Russia. David Willis reports from Washington.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:國際足協試行增加裁判助手(2010-07-12)2010-07-12
Ten suspected Russian spies currently appearing in a New York court have entered guilty pleas. The ten men and women were arrested in the United States last week on suspicion of running a long-term spy ring. From outside the court in New York, Madeleine Morris has just sent this report.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-07-11)2010-07-11
Officials in Iraq say a series of attacks targeting Shia pilgrims have killed 33 people and wounded more than 100. The pilgrims were on their way to the shrine of Imam Moussa al-Kadhim in Baghdad for a religious festival. These attacks come at a time when the United States is speeding up its withdrawal of combat troops. Gabriel Gatehouse reports from Baghdad.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:美國控訴亞利桑那州移民法(2010-07-10)2010-07-11
President Obama has said he believes Israel is serious about peace in the Middle East, following a meeting at the White House with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In marked contrast to their frosty encounter in March, Mr Obama praised Mr Netanyahu for easing the blockade on Gaza. From Washington, here is Kim Ghattas.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:歐洲國家拒為伊朗航班提供燃料(2010-07-09)2010-07-09
The Middle East envoy Tony Blair has told the BBC that he believes the International outcry which followed Israel's raid on aid flotilla at the end of May persuaded it to accelerate the substantial easing of the blockade of the Gaza Strip. Israel has dropped restrictions on all consumer goods. Mr Blair said it was a big shift in policy and should improve the life of Gazans.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:科莫羅夫斯基當選波蘭新總統(2010-07-08)2010-07-08
The candidate of Poland’s governing party, Bronislaw Komorowski, has won the country’s presidential election. Exit polls immediately after the voting gave him a small but clear lead over the opposition leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, who congratulated his opponent and called him the winner. Mr Kaczynski is the twin brother of the previous president who was killed in the Smolensk plane crash three months ago. Bronislaw Komorowski said his election was a victory for democracy in Poland.