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该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:英国伊顿中学因猪流感停课(2009-5-31)2009-05-31
BBC News with Fiona McDonald.President Barack Obama said he is confident that progress can be made in the stalled Middle East peace process. The President was speaking in Washington after talks with
BBC News在线听力附文本(2009-5-30)2009-05-31
BBC news with Fiona McDonaldThe government in Pakistan has accused Taliban militants of being behind a huge explosion outside the police building in the city of Lahore. At least 24 people were kill
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC News在线听力附文本(2009-5-28)2009-05-29
The United Nations Security Council has condemned North Korea's latest nuclear weapon test, describing it as a clear violation of its resolutions.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC News在线听力附文本(2009-5-29)2009-05-29
California’s Supreme Court has upheld a ban on marriages between couples of the same sex. However, it’s also ruled for the ban shouldn't apply retrospectively to the 18,000 couples who were married after June, 2008 when gay marriage was legal. Peter Bowes reports from Los Angeles.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC News在线听力附文本 (2009-5-27)2009-05-27
The defeated Tamil Tiger rebels in Sri Lanka have admitted for the first time the death of their leader Velupillai Prabhakaran in the last days of the war against the military. Charles Haviland reports from the Sri Lankan capital Colombo.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:巴基斯坦斯瓦特河谷发生巷战 (2009-5-26)2009-05-26
Intense street fighting is reported in the main town of Pakistan's Swat Valley, Mingora, as the Pakistani military embarks on the critical phase in its efforts to retake control of the northwest of the country from spreading Taliban insurgency.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC News在线听力附文本 (2009-5-25)2009-05-25
The BBC has been granted access to parts of the Swat Valley in northern Pakistan, where the Pakistani army is waging an offensive against Taliban militants.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2009-5-24)2009-05-24
In a major speech on national security, President Barack Obama has vigorously defended his plan to close the Guantanamo Bay military prison, saying the facility together with brutal interrogation methods had alienated others from America and served as a recruitment tool for terrorists.
BBC新闻:患有唐氏综合症人群少患癌症(2009-5-23)2009-05-23
An inquiry commission by the Irish government into the abuse of children at institutions run by the Roman Catholic Church in the Irish Republic has uncovered a catalogue of sexual, physical and emotional abuse stretching back decades.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:奥巴马宣布汽车排放新标准(2009-5-22)2009-05-22
BBC News with Neil NunesPresident Obama has announced tough new measures on vehicle pollution and fuel efficiency to cut greenhouse gas emissions and reduce American dependence on oil. Mr. Obama said
BBC新闻重点讲解:美财长对经济发表乐观评价(2009-5-21)2009-05-21
BBC News with Mary Small.The army in Sri Lanka has announced that the supreme commander of the Tamil Tiger rebels, Velupillai Prabhakaran has been killed, ending 26 years of conflict. State televis
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:马德里网球公开赛纳达尔负于费德勒(2009-5-20)2009-05-20
BBC News with Michael PolesThe Tamil Tiger rebels in Sri Lanka said they decided to silence their guns after more than two decades of conflict with government forces. The Tigers said they were ready
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻讲解:斯里兰卡总统称其完全击败塔米尔猛虎组织(2009-5-18)2009-05-19
BBC News with Nick KellyThe Sri Lankan President says the Tamil Tigers have been defeated militarily after army unites captured the last section of coastline held by the rebels. Speaking on a visit t
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:通用汽车将减少40%经销商(2009-5-17)2009-05-18
BBC News with Jonathan IzzardPresident Obama has announced that he will restart the military trials at Guantanamo Bay for some terrorism suspects, a judicial system he had previously denounced. He sa
BBC新闻附文本翻译:转基因食品(2009-5-17)2009-05-17
在欧洲以外,转基因农作物的培养比以往任何时候都昌盛,美国、印度、中国和巴西都在生产转基因食品。Genetically Modified Food REPORTER: When it comes to genetically modified crops, Europe is looking increasi
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:奥巴马拒绝发布被拘留者被虐照片(2009-5-16)2009-05-16
BBC news with Sue MontgomeryPresident Obama says he's ordered lawyers to try to block the release of more than 40 photographs showing the abuse by American troops of detainees in Iraq and Afghanista
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:法拉利威胁退出F1(2009-5-14)2009-05-15
BBC News with Sue Montgomery.The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir who's been indicted by the International Criminal Court for alleged war crimes in Darfur says the number of people killed there has
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:拯救新西兰的濒危物种(2009-5-14)2009-05-14
新西兰的枭鹦是一种不能飞的巨大鹦鹉,它求偶时会发出很奇特很大声的交配鸣叫,现在全世界只有86只存活的枭鹦。Save New Zealand's Endangered Species LYNEE MALCOLM: The strange and powerful mating calls of the
BBC新闻重点讲解:美国表示不会停止在阿富汗空袭(2009-5-13)2009-05-13
BBC News with David Legg.The Afghan President Hamid Karzai says American air strikes which kill civilians, are damaging the fight against terrorism. He told an American television, the issue was hi
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:斯里兰卡警方逮捕英国记者(2009-5-12)2009-05-12
BBC News with John JasonThe Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says his country needs to wage an anti-corruption campaign to match the scale of its military campaign against insurgence. Soon after
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:白宫办公室主任引咎辞职(2009-5-11)2009-05-11
BBC News with Cathy ClarksonThe White House official who authorized a controversial photo opportunity which involved flying the Presidential jet Air Force One over New York has resigned. President Ob
BBC新闻重点讲解:网络科技Network technology(2009-5-10)2009-05-10
我是主持人加内特·米歇尔,今天我们谈论的内容是电脑的诞生。几乎是马上数字一出现在屏幕上正确的位置。他们可以看到它向他们发出明亮的光。这是数字一,它是个质数......Network technology GARRET MICHEL: Welcome
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:美国的气候变化问题(2009-5-9)2009-05-09
乔治·布什:把CO2封在瓶子里这种想法,对美国和我个人并没有任何经济意义。我会和我的朋友商量,我们会一起努力,但是我们国家的利益是放在第一位的,这点是不会改变的。
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:美国海军取消人权主义任务(2009-5-8)2009-05-09
BBC news with Victoria Meakin Washington’s special representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan Richard Holbrooke says the United States should put the heaviest possible pressure on Pakistan to join
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:奥巴马提出税制改革细节(2009-5-7)2009-05-07
BBC News with Nick Kelly.President Barack Obama has presented details of a major tax reform, which he says could increase US government revenue by more than 200 billion dollars over the next decade.

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