该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:国际最贵火腿开端在英国出售(2010-01-31)2010-01-31
We all like to eat well, and sometimes it's worth spending that little bit extra in order to get the best food available, but how many of us would consider spending nearly £2,000 (22,000 yuan) for a pig's leg?
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:"化学阿里"被处决(2010-01-30)2010-01-30
Saddam Hussein's right hand man, Ali Hassan al-Majeed, better known as Chemical Ali, has been executed in Iraq. Last week, he received his fourth death sentence for his most notorious acts, ordering a poison gas attack in the Kurdish village of Halabja.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:通用向小型跑车制造商出售萨博(2010-01-29)2010-01-29
The two senior lawyers working for the British Foreign Office in the run-up to the Iraq war have told an official inquiry that they advised the government on a number of occasions that the invasion was illegal. The legal advisers, Sir Michael Wood and Elizabeth Wilmshurst, were speaking at an official inquiry into the conflict chaired by Sir John Chilcot. Peter Hunt reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:乘客妄图开机门美国航班紧迫迫降(2010-01-28)2010-01-28
The government of Haiti says more than 150,000 bodies have been recovered in the capital Port-au-Prince alone since the earthquake that struck 12 days ago. Many of them have been buried in mass graves. Greg Morsbach reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:海地宣告中止地震搜救作业(2010-01-27)2010-01-27
More than 100 bodies have been found in one village alone in central Nigeria, following clashes between Christians and Muslims. And aid workers recovered the corpses in a village 30 kilometers from the city of Jos. From there, our correspondent Caroline Duffield reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:海地政府从头安顿地震哀鸿(2010-01-26)2010-01-26
President Obama has put forward sweeping new rules to curb the size and risk-taking of big banks. He said banks that taxpayers safeguarded against failure should not take unnecessary risks, and he would tighten any loopholes that allowed those banks to undertake risky transactions for their own profit.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:墨西哥监狱产生打斗事情(2010-01-24)2010-01-24
President Obama has said his proposed health care legislation won't be debated in the Senate until the newly elected Republican senator from Massachusetts has taken his seat. In an interview with the American television channel ABC, Mr. Obama said the people of Massachusetts had spoken and the Republican candidate Scott Brown had to be part of any discussion on health care.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:气候-英国人沉迷的论题(2010-01-23)2010-01-23
British people are famous for always talking about the weather, but the weather also affects the way we speak and the phrases we use.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:委内瑞拉EXITO超市集团被收归国有(2010-01-22)2010-01-22
The US military is increasing its operations in Haiti to help improve security and speed up the distribution of aid to survivors of last week's earthquake. Twenty helicopters carrying soldiers touched down near the shattered presidential palace in the capital Port-au-Prince.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:乌克兰大选美人总理进二轮比赛(2010-01-21)2010-01-22
Emergency aid is finally reaching some parts of Haiti's devastated capital Port-au-Prince with relief workers and the US military distributing water and food to victims of Tuesday's earthquake. But demand is still far outstripping supply. Michelle Chouinard the head of Médecins Sans Frontières in Haiti, says that their problem is trying to get aid materials into the airport. She was asked what the charity was managing to achieve.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:数百名观察员前往乌克兰监督推举(2010-01-20)2010-01-20
The United Nations in Geneva says the earthquake in Haiti is the worst disaster ever confronted by the organization in terms of logistics, because of the complete collapse of local government and infrastructure. It said Haiti's airport was clogged, its roads blocked, and hospitals had few if any doctors.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:JP摩根银行赢利大幅上涨(2010-01-19)2010-01-19
The United States says it's committing every available resource to help hundreds of thousands of earthquake survivors in Haiti. Helicopters from the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson have begun delivering supplies to the capital Port-au-Prince. 10,000 more US troops are expected in Haiti by Monday to help distribute aid and maintain security.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:联合国36名职工在海地罹难(2010-01-18)2010-01-18
President Obama has said the United States is mounting one of its biggest ever rescue efforts to help the people of Haiti after Tuesday's massive earthquake. He said thousands of troops were being sent to the country to join the growing international rescue and relief effort.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:海地地震首都几成废墟(2010-01-17)2010-01-17
The President of Haiti Rene Preval says tens of thousands of people are feared dead following Tuesday's earthquake which destroyed much of the capital Port-au-Prince. Schools and hospitals were among the buildings that collapsed. Survivors have been roaming the rubble-strewn streets of the capital, injured and unable to comprehend the devastation. Paul Adams has more.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:美联储2009年赢利达450亿美元(2010-01-16)2010-01-16
Parliament in Nigeria has voted to send a delegation to Saudi Arabia to check on the health of President Umaru Yar'Adua. He's been in hospital there since November, being treated for heart trouble. As Will Ross reports from Abuja, there is growing concern that the president's long absence is creating a power vacuum.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:考古学家发现埃及金字塔制作者不是奴隶(2010-01-14)2010-01-15
The first match in the Africa Cup of Nations is under way after footballers and spectators held a period of silence as a mark of respect for the three Togo team members killed in an attack on their bus. The hosts Angola have been playing Mali in the opening game. As they were doing so, the Togolese national squad left Angola by plane. Our southern Africa correspondent, Karen Allen, reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:北爱尔兰榜首部长暂时退位(2010-01-15)2010-01-15
Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson is stepping aside temporarily. He's faced criticism over his conduct and that of his wife, who secured funds for her teenage lover to set up in business. Mr Robinson said he needed time to deal with what he called family matters. The Enterprise Minister will take over his duties. Rob Broomby reports.
The government of Togo says it has recalled its football team from the African cup of nations in Angola following a gun attack on the squad’s buses on Friday. However the head of the football’s world governing body Sepp Blatter of FIFA,has said the tournament itself must still go ahead. From Angola Alax reports.
Thousands of would be migrants are taking advantage of summer weather and calm seas to try to cross from Africa to Europe. One of the most frequently used routes is from the North West Africa to the Spanish Canary Islands. Many hundred of migrants have made it the Canary in the past few weeks and camps built to house them there are now severely over crowded.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:法航客机乘客失窃(2010-01-11)2010-01-11
Less than six months before a general election in Britain, the governing Labour Party is embroiled again in internal strife. Two former cabinet ministers have called for secret ballot of members to decide whether the Prime Minister Gordon Brown should continue as party leader. Mr Brown has called a general election by June this year. Our political correspondent Rob Watson reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:欧盟伽利略卫星导航系统2014年运营(2010-01-10)2010-01-10
President Obama’s National Security Adviser General James Jones says Americans will be shocked by the findings of a White House inquiry into the intelligence failures leading up to the attempted Christmas Day airliner bombing. From Washington, here is Mark Mardell.
The White House says the Nigerian man accused of attempting to blow up an American airliner last month has given useful intelligence to investigators. A spokesman said FBI interrogators spent a number of hours with the man after he was removed from a plane at Detroit Airport on Christmas Day.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:南非总统迎娶第五任妻子(2010-01-8)2010-01-08
A number of foreign embassies in Yemen remain closed or have restricted public access as the caution against possible attacks by Al-Qaeda linked militants. The closures were initially announced for a day or so, but the American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton now says the US embassy will remain closed until security conditions permit. From Yemen, here is Johnathan Head.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:英国机场将装置全身扫描仪(2010-01-7)2010-01-07
The United States and Britain have closed their embassies in Yemen because of what officials say are continuing threats from al-Qaeda. The US embassy has told its citizens in Yemen to be vigilant. President Obama has accused a Yemen-based group linked to al-Qaeda of being behind a failed attempt to blow up an American airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day. Jonathan Head reports from Yemen.