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BBC新聞重點講解:借入與借出網站 (2009-9-30)2009-09-30
So the library is a place where these groups of friends literally list the things like CDs, or books or DVDs that they have lent to each other. And also you have a facility where people can actually put up a little list of recent things that they've bought that they might want to lend out to their circle of friends.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解附字幕:菲律賓暴雨導致死亡人數上升(2009-9-29)2009-09-29
The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has welcomed the decision by Iran to admit international inspectors to its newly revealed uranium enrichment plant. The Iranians insist the plant will be used only to generate electricity. From Washington, Imtiaz Tyab reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:G20將成為首要全球經濟論壇(2009-9-28)2009-09-28
Leaders of the United States, Britain and France have made a joint appearance to condemn Iran, and threatened further sanctions just hours after it finally admitted having a second nuclear facility. They were speaking at the G20 summit in the US city of Pittsburgh. Paul Adams reports.
BBC新聞重點講解:南極人員的身體健康問題(2009-9-27)2009-09-27
And I’m joined on the line from Plymouth in the southwest of England by Lan Grant who’s the chief medical officer for the British Antarctic Survey. He’s responsible for training the doctors who go out to the Antarctic each year. So Lan, what about when they come to other medical problems obviously people are completely isolated and over the winter presumably it’s hard to get home again. But what happens if someone’s ill?
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解附字幕:俄美一致同意對伊朗進行更多制裁(2009-9-26)2009-09-26
Ten million people in five African countries and Nepal will benefit from free health care under an aid deal worth more than five billion dollars, as announced at the United Nations. An estimated three billion dollars will come from voluntary contributions solicited by the online travel industry with the balance raised by the United Kingdom, Austria, Norway and the Netherlands.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:聯合國召開氣候變化峰會(2009-9-25)2009-09-25
President Obama has warned the United Nation’s climate summit in New York that the current generation would be judged by history if it failed to address climate change. The Chinese President Hu Jintao said China will try hard to prevent its carbon dioxide emissions growing as fast as its economy. Barbara Plett reports from the UN.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:洪都拉斯被逐總統2009-09-24
The ousted president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, has returned to his country nearly three months after he was expelled in a coup. He told the BBC that he had crossed mountains to get to the capital. Charles Scanlon has this report from Miami.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:伊朗表示從根本上反對核武器(2009-9-23)2009-09-23
A multinational commodity trading company, Trafigura, has agreed to pay compensation to tens of thousands of people who say they were made ill by chemicals dumped in Ivory Coast three years ago. Each one will receive some 1,500 dollars. The company said it did not accept liability, but regretted any distress caused to the local population by the waste dumping. Rebecca White reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:日本黑熊襲擊游客被擊斃(2009-9-22)2009-09-22
The head of South African athletics has admitted lying when he denied the knowledge of gender tests carried out on the runner Caster Semenya before her controversial medal winning performance at the World Athletics Championships last month. The admission by Leonard Chuene follows the publication of an email exchange between him and the South African team doctor concerning the tests. From Johannesburg, Jonah Fisher reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:奧巴馬政府放棄歐洲導彈防御計劃(2009-9-21)2009-09-21
President Barack Obama has announced that he's shelving the former President Bush’s plans for a missile defense system in Europe, a project that had become a major irritant in the relations between the United States and Russia. From Washington, here is Paul Adams.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:美國調查美國銀行收購美林事件(2009-9-20)2009-09-20
The campaign team of the Afghan President Hamid Karzai has called European Union election observers irresponsible for saying they had doubts about one quarter of the votes cast in the election. The EU said most of the suspicious votes were for Mr. Karzai. Martin Patience reports from Kabul.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:向布什扔鞋記者稱遭受虐待(2009-9-19)2009-09-19
A United Nations investigation says Israel committed war crimes and broke international humanitarian law during its offensive in the Gaza Strip at the beginning of the year.
BBC新聞重點講解:第三代太空背心(2009-9-18)2009-09-18
I'm Gareth Mitchell and still to come the radio amateur gauging how Hi-Fi the Wi-Fi is on the One Laptop Per Child. Now then, Doctor, doctor help, my games consult might have vibrating control, it is amazing graphics but the experience still isn't quite realistic enough.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:三名炸機恐怖分子被判終身監禁(2009-9-17)2009-09-17
President Obama has warned Wall Street bankers against returning to the sort of reckless behavior that brought the US financial system to the brink of collapse a year ago. In a speech in New York, Mr. Obama said some of them were ignoring the lessons of the crisis.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:中國啟動對美國汽車雞肉制品反傾銷調查(2009-9-16)2009-09-16
The Prime Minister of Zimbabwe Morgan Tsvangirai has said he’s not prepared to stand by while, in his words, President Robert Mugabe’s party, ZANU-PF violates the law and spreads the language of hate. At a rally to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his own party, the Movement for Democratic Change, Mr. Tsvangirai said Mr. Mugabe had breached Zimbabwe’s power-sharing deal. Richard Hamilton reports.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:華盛頓游行反對奧巴馬醫改(2009-9-15)2009-09-15
European Union delegates and the Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe have concluded their first high-level talks in seven years with both sides expressing satisfaction. Andrew Harding reports from the Zimbabwean capital Harare.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:兩艘德國商船試行北極東北航道(2009-9-14)2009-09-14
Troops have been deployed in the Ugandan capital Kampala following the deaths of three people in a second day of clashes. The violence involved police and supporters of the Kapaka of Buganda, the traditional king of the country's largest ethnic group.
BBC新聞重點講解:通用出售歐寶(2009-9-13)2009-09-13
The Election Complaints Commission in Afghanistan has begun invalidating some of the votes cast in last month’s Presidential Election. The commission said it was excluding votes cast at more than 70 polling stations in the south and east of the country where it had found clear and convincing evidence of fraud.
BBC新聞重點講解:颶風與全球變暖有關?(2009-9-12)2009-09-12
The hurricane season this year in the Atlantic Ocean has been the most destructive on record. There was Hurricane Katrina which devastated New Orleans in August, then Hurricane Stan sweeping through Central America and Hurricane Wilma which hit Florida last week and was at one point the strongest storm ever to have been recorded in the Atlantic.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:印度飛行員集體告病罷工(2009-9-11)2009-09-11
The Election Commission in Afghanistan says President Karzai now has 54% of the votes in the presidential poll. His nearest rival Abdullah Abdullah has 28%. But the results have been dogged by allegations of cheating. As the United Nations publicly expressed its concerns for the first time, Afghan election officials said they had clear and convincing evidence of fraud. The BBC’s Chris Morris is in Kabul.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞重點講解:英國3名男子曾密謀連環炸機(2009-9-10)2009-09-10
A court here in London has found three British Muslim men guilty of conspiracy to murder by plotting to blow up planes bound for North America in 2006. Four more defendants were cleared of involvement in the plot. Another was found guilty of general conspiracy to murder. With more details, here is Rob Watson.
BBC新聞重點講解:菲律賓船只傾覆,搜救工作正在進行(2009-9-9)2009-09-09
Latest results in Afghanistan’s presidential election showed the incumbent Hamid Karzai has established a clear lead. For around 2/3 of the votes now counted, President Karzai has just under 49% his nearest rival the former Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah has around 32%.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:G20同意繼續使用政府支出刺激經濟增長(2009-9-8)2009-09-08
The British Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling has said G20 finance ministers have agreed to continue to use government spending to boost their economies. Mr. Darling said the ministers from the world’s 20 leading economies meeting in London decided to maintain stimulus measures until economic recovery was better established. He said the job of safeguarding the world economy was not yet done.
該音頻有LRC字幕 BBC新聞:北約空襲造成阿富汗平民傷亡(2009-9-7)2009-09-07
The White House said it’s gravely concerned about reports that civilians were among 90 people killed in an attack by NATO-led aircraft in Afghanistan. Local officials said up to 30 civilians had been killed. The Afghan President Hamid Karzai said targeting civilians in any form was unacceptable. And the NATO-led forces have expressed their regret. Chris Morris reports from Kabul.

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