该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:迈克尔杰克逊家人要求再次尸检(2009-6-30)2009-06-30
The family of the singer Michael Jackson is reported to have asked for a second autopsy as it seeks answers about his death two days ago in Los Angeles. The city's coroner said on Friday that his examination of Michael Jackson's body revealed no evidence of foul play.
President Obama has joined those around the world who’ve paid tribute to the singer Michal Jackson, who died on Thursday, age 50. A White House spokesman said Mr. Obama considered Jackson as a spectacular performer. Although said aspects of the star’s life were tragic. David Willis reports from Los Angeles.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2009-6-28)2009-06-28
Reports from Los Angeles say that the pop star Michael Jackson has been rushed to hospital. The star who’s 50 years old is due to start a series of comeback concerts in London in July. Details of his condition are not known. Rogers Mirchandani is in Los Angeles.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:美国足球战胜西班牙队(2009-6-27)2009-06-27
A bomb blasted at a market in the Iraqi capital Baghdad has killed at least 60 people and injured more than a hundred. It comes shortly before American troops are due to withdraw from Iraqi towns and cities. Jim Muir reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:印度下令逮捕22名孟买恐怖袭击案疑犯(2009-6-26)2009-06-26
In his strongest comments so far on the situation in Iran, President Obama has said the world is mourning for the loss of innocent lives and is aport by the threats, beatings and imprisonments it’s seen.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:华盛顿两辆地铁相撞(2009-6-25)2009-06-25
There have been more clashes in the Iranian capital Tehran between police and demonstrators protesting against the disputed presidential elections. Eyewitnesses described the center of the city as very tense.
The New Plan of English Premier League HOST: Now last week the football world was taken by surprise when the English Premier League announced a plan to play ten fixtures on foreign soil from 2011.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:奥巴马要求伊朗政府停止暴力行为(2009-6-23)2009-06-23
President Barak Obama has called on the government of Iran to halt what he described as the violent and unjust action against those opposing the results of the recent elections.
Police in Britain have launched a criminal investigation into the alleged misuse of expenses by a number of members of Parliament. The ongoing issue has tainted the reputation of Parliament and led to a series of resignations. Nick Childs reports.
Opposition supporters in the Iranian capital Tehran are holding another massive rally against the reelection of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Government supporters have also held a rally in the city. From Tehran, Jon Leyne reports.
Workers who were at the construction companies, those were the first people who stopped sending money to their homes.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:伊朗再次发生大规模示威活动(2009-6-19)2009-06-20
Another huge opposition rally is taking place in the Iranian capital Tehran to protest against the results of Friday’s presidential election. State television in Iran is reporting the demonstration, but new restrictions mean foreign reporters are not allowed to cover unauthorized gatherings in the streets.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:伊朗抗议活动发生暴力事件(2009-6-18)2009-06-18
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该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:阿富汗形势访谈(2009-6-17)2009-06-17
You can see the very clear cycle here because of the weather and the winner and you can see that past week was the highest level of security incidents in Afghanistan’s history, and that enlisted that post-liberation history.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:计算机的云计算(2009-6-16)2009-06-16
Scott is clearly not the only proponent of all this and we are increasingly hearing, for instance, bail about Google and Amazon getting into cloud computing. Does SUN still have a role to play in the cloud?
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:科学家发现超重元素112(2009-6-15)2009-06-15
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BBC地道英语: Whistle-blower 告密者(2009-6-14)2009-06-14
Well, listen carefully. A whistle-blower is someone who tells the government or the public that the company he works for is doing something wrong or illegal. It’s common in newspaper reporting.
The global pandemic that is Influenza H1N1, more commonly known as swine flu, continues its rapid and virulent spread. The World Health Organisation reported the number of infected people to have reached 9,830 across 40 countries.
A detainee at Guantanamo Bay has been moved to New York where he will become the first Guantanamo prisoner to face justice in a civil court in the United States. The suspect, Ahmed Ghailani, is accused of being involved in bomb attacks on American embassies in East Africa in 1998 which killed more than 200 people.
Brazilian navy divers have found the tail fin of the Air France plane that disappeared over the Atlantic a week ago. Search teams have so far recovered 16 bodies as well as other debris.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:欧洲议会选举计票工作正在进行(2009-6-10)2009-06-10
Votes are being counted in all 27 member states of the European Union at the end of four days of elections to the European Parliament. Earlier results and exit polls suggested that in most countries, center-right parties have done much better than left-leaning parties.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:巴西军队发现法航乘客尸体在线听附文本(2009-6-9)2009-06-09
The Brazilian military has found 2 bodies from the Air France flight that went missing over the Atlantic last weekend. 228 people were on board when the plane disappeared on its way from Rio de Janeiro to Paris. Gary Duffy reports from Sao Paulo.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻重点讲解:布朗拒绝辞职(2009-6-8)2009-06-08
Walter Kendall Myers and his wife Gwendolyn were arrested in Washington on Thursday. They are alleged to have been recruited by the Cuban intelligence services in 1979 and to have passed information to them over a period of decades.
The news broke as soon as polls closed for the local and European elections. James Purnell made his announcement in a letter to the Times newspaper. He calls on Gordon Brown to stand aside, so that the Labour Party has a credible chance of winning at the next election.