BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-10-31)2010-10-31
President Nicolas Sarkozy has secured final approval by parliament for his controversial pension reforms. The National Assembly has followed the Senate in voting to change the retirement age from 60 to 62 after the law was fast-tracked through parliament to try to end a wave of strikes and demonstrations. France's labour minister is Eric Woerth.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:印尼遭遇一系列自然災害襲擊(2010-10-30)2010-10-30
A series of natural disasters has struck Indonesia. More than 100 people were reported to have been killed by an earthquake and tsunami in a remote group of islands west of Sumatra.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:關塔那摩最年輕囚犯認罪(2010-10-29)2010-10-29
Workers at two French oil refineries have voted to end their strike against government plans to raise the state pension age. Employees are also returning to work at a third refinery shut down in a separate dispute. However, nine other refineries are still on strike. Here’s Hugh Schofield.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:尼泊爾登山名將遭遇雪崩失蹤(2010-10-28)2010-10-28
The number of people who've died in a cholera epidemic in Haiti has risen to more than 250. Health experts believe that 3,000 people have been infected. Laura Trevelyan reports from the town of Saint-Marc, the centre of the cholera outbreak.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:英國一艘核潛艇擱淺(2010-10-27)2010-10-27
Cholera has been confirmed as the deadly disease spreading across central parts of Haiti. It's the first outbreak there for more than a century. One hundred and forty people have died so far. James Read reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:肯尼亞球賽發生踩踏事件(2010-10-26)2010-10-26
Gunmen have shot dead at least 13 young people at a party in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent city. At least 15 others were wounded, among them a nine-year-old child. It's the latest massacre in what is Mexico's most violent city. Here is James Read.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:海地北部爆發霍亂疫情(2010-10-25)2010-10-25
The African Union has called on the United Nations Security Council to give backing to an air and naval blockade of Somalia.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-10-24)2010-10-24
The British government has announced what it says is the biggest cut in state spending since the Second World War.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:英國多數老年人仍想繼續工作(2010-10-23)2010-10-23
Wake up late, have a big breakfast and then wander down to the beach for the first swim of the day. A round of golf, a few cocktails and then dinner on one's yacht at sunset.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:英國國防開支面臨大幅削減(2010-10-22)2010-10-22
The British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced the biggest cuts in British defence spending since the end of the Cold War. He said manpower cuts of 17,000 would be made across the army, navy and air force over the next five years. Mr Cameron said operations in Afghanistan would not be affected. Rob Watson reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:法國總統堅持推行養老體系改革(2010-10-21)2010-10-21
The French President Nicolas Sarkozy says he'll press ahead with pension reforms despite widespread protests. Mr Sarkozy said the plans which include raising the state retirement age from 60 to 62 were essential.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:智利部分礦工抱怨無工資(2010-10-20)2010-10-20
Some of the 33 miners rescued in Chile last week have attended a private Mass at the San Jose mine to give thanks for their safe return.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:默克爾稱建立多元文化失敗(2010-10-19)2010-10-19
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her country's attempts to build a multicultural society have, in her words, "utterly failed". Addressing a meeting of her conservative CDU party, Mrs Merkel said the practice of people from different cultural backgrounds living peacefully side by side was not working in Germany. More from Steve Evans in Berlin.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:阿爾卑斯山開通世界上最長隧道(2010-10-18)2010-10-18
The chairman of the American Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, has given the strongest indication yet that he may need to take more action to make the fragile recovery of the US economy on track. He said high unemployment and low inflation continue to pose a risk. Mark Mardell is in Washington.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-10-17)2010-10-17
President Sebastian Pinera of Chile has promised new legislation to try to prevent any repeat of the accident which left 33 miners trapped underground for more than two months.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:蓋茨反對取消同性戀服役禁令(2010-10-16)2010-10-16
The Chilean Mining Minister Laurence Golborne has said the mission to rescue 33 miners trapped underground for 70 days at the San Jose mine is going faster than expected.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:美國取消深水開采禁令(2010-10-15)2010-10-15
The operation to rescue the 33 miners trapped deep underground in Chile is expected to start within hours. The men have survived about 700 metres below ground for more than two months. Gideon Long reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:美國開始胚胎干細胞臨床試驗(2010-10-14)2010-10-14
The commander of United States and Nato forces in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, has ordered an investigation into the death of a kidnapped British aid worker killed during a rescue attempt on Friday.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:以色列要求非猶太裔宣誓效忠(2010-10-13)2010-10-13
The Israeli cabinet has approved a proposal to make non-Jews who want to become citizens swear an oath of loyalty to Israel as a Jewish and democratic state.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:金正恩首次公開露面(2010-10-12)2010-10-12
Celebrations erupted in Chile after a drill broke through to the underground chamber where 33 miners have been trapped for more than two months. Rescue workers, government representatives and family members hugged each other as the news of the breakthrough was announced. Andrew Harding reports in the mine in San Jose.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:美國國家安全顧問即將辭職(2010-10-11)2010-10-11
President Barack Obama has called on the Chinese authorities to release the Nobel Peace Prize winner, Liu Xiaobo, who's currently serving an 11-year jail sentence for subversion. Mr Obama said the way Beijing had treated the dissident was a reminder of the country's continuing need for political reform. Iain MacKenzie reports.
BBC News在線聽力附文本(2010-10-10)2010-10-10
The head of the International Monetary Fund Dominique Strauss-Kahn has warned about the danger of what he called a currency war breaking out between China and Western nations. Mr Strauss-Kahn said he took the threat very seriously, and the IMF would put forward proposals to avoid such a conflict.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:匈牙利有毒廢水泄漏(2010-10-9)2010-10-09
The Hungarian government says it will take more than a year and cost tens of millions of dollars to clear up the damage caused by toxic sludge, which burst from a reservoir.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞講解附字幕:美國為巴基斯坦襲擊道歉(2010-10-8)2010-10-08
The United States has apologised for the Nato helicopter attack inside Pakistan last week that killed at least two Pakistani soldiers and provoked the fury of the government in Islamabad. From Washington, Adam Brooks reports.