该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:G8严厉批评伊朗和朝鲜(2010-06-30)2010-06-30
The leaders of the world's eight most powerful nations have sharply criticized North Korea and Iran. They condemned North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship in March and called on the Iranian leadership to respect human rights and the rule of law. Andrew Walker reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:美国正告朝鲜中止导弹实验(2010-06-29)2010-06-29
President Obama has said a sweeping overhaul of the rules governing the United States banking industry will make Wall Street more accountable to the American people.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-06-27)2010-06-28
The American commander of the multinational forces in Afghanistan, General Stanley McChrystal, has been sacked. President Obama accepted what he termed his resignation with regret, but said derogatory remarks about the administration by the general's team in an article in Rolling Stone magazine fell short of required standards. General McChrystal is being replaced by General David Petraeus. From Washington, here is Paul Adams.
President Obama and the Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev have held wide-ranging talks in Washington during Mr Medvedev’s first visit to the United States. Mr Obama described the Russian president as "a solid and reliable partner" and said their discussions had been excellent. From Washington, Kim Ghattas.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:美调换阿富汗最高指挥官(2010-06-26)2010-06-27
The White House has refused to say that America's top military commander in Afghanistan is safe in his job after he and his aides made derogatory remarks about President Obama's administration.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:澳洲矿业大亨飞机失事(2010-06-25)2010-06-25
The man appointed to run a 20-billion-dollar fund in the United States to compensate those affected by huge amounts of oil leaking into the Gulf of Mexico has said he's determined to speed up the payment of claims. The fund is paid for by the oil company BP. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
President Obama has welcomed the announcement by the Chinese central bank that it's to gradually allow the exchange rate of its currency, the yuan, to become more flexible. Mr Obama called it a constructive step. But the Chinese central bank has ruled out any single large-scale revaluation of the yuan, and one leading Democrat described the move as vague and limited. More now from our correspondent David Willis in Washington.
Israel has released details of how it proposes to ease its blockade of the Gaza Strip, saying all civilian goods will now be allowed in. The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the current system of listing goods permitted to enter Gaza would be replaced by a smaller list of the items that are banned.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:英国政府出台减少赤字方案(2010-06-21)2010-06-21
The chief executive of the oil company BP Tony Hayward has come under ferocious criticism before a US congressional hearing held to examine the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Mr Hayward called the situation a tragedy, but he defended his approach to safety. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-06-20)2010-06-20
President Obama says the British oil giant BP has agreed to create a 20-billion-dollar fund to compensate all those affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Speaking after a meeting with top BP officials, Mr Obama said the final sum could be even bigger.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:苹果公司的兴起(2010-06-19)2010-06-19
In years to come our current era may be remembered as The Epoch of Apple. The sleek, minimal design on their gadgets has proved a huge hit with young professionals everywhere in Britain.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:朝鲜正告称联合国斥责或许引起军事回应(2010-06-18)2010-06-18
An inquiry into the events, known as Bloody Sunday when 13 civilians were shot dead by British soldiers in Londonderry in Northern Ireland in 1972, has found that what happened was unjustified and unjustifiable. Addressing parliament, the British Prime Minister David Cameron apologized on behalf of the government and the country. He said he hoped the inquiry's findings would help the process of reconciliation.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:吉尔吉斯斯坦很多乌兹别克族员成难民(2010-06-17)2010-06-17
The International Red Cross says there are about 15,000 ethnic Uzbeks fleeing violence in Kyrgyzstan massed at the Uzbek border. Some 80,000 have already fled to Uzbekistan since last week when ethnic clashes erupted in southern Kyrgyzstan. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes sent this report from the city of Osh.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-06-16)2010-06-16
Russian officials say Moscow has sent extra troops to Kyrgyzstan as ethnic violence in the south of the country worsens. They said the troops would guard a military base in the north. The Kyrgyz government has appealed for Russian intervention, but Moscow has said that it will not act alone. From Moscow, here is Richard Galpin.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-06-15)2010-06-15
The interim government of Kyrgyzstan has granted shoot-to-kill powers to its security forces in an effort to stop ethnic fighting in which nearly 80 people have died with almost 1,000 wounded.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-06-14)2010-06-14
The 2010 Football World Cup has begun in South Africa, with the host nation playing an exciting and entertaining opening game against Mexico which ended in a 1-1 draw. South Africa scored the tournament's first goal. Within the past hour/, the second game, France versus Uruguay has ended in a goalless draw. As Matin Fuchs reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:美方称BP漏油不会上升为交际问题(2010-06-13)2010-06-13
Drug enforcement officers in the United States say they have arrested more than 2,000 people in a lengthy investigation targeting Mexican trafficking rings.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:一封前史情书(2010-06-12)2010-06-12
The 16th century English King Henry VIII is best known for his prodigious appetite and habit of executing wives he was unhappy with, but a love letter written by Henry shows a softer side to his character.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:通用轿车宣告召回百万辆轿车(2010-06-11)2010-06-11
The authorities in the West African state of Gambia have seized cocaine which could have been sold for more than a billion dollars in Europe. Up to two and a half tons of cocaine were discovered in a warehouse near the capital Banjul. The arrests come as Latin American drug cartels continue to use West Africa as a transit route for trafficking cocaine into Europe. More from Mark Doyle.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:德国宣告大规模减少开销(2010-06-10)2010-06-10
Germany is making the biggest cuts in government spending for more than half a century to reduce the country's debts. The Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany needed to set a good example to other European countries as sound finances were the best way to avert another crisis. Steve Rosenberg reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:尼日利亚朝鲜热身赛发作践踏(2010-06-9)2010-06-09
Israel has rejected a proposal by the United Nations to set up an international investigation into Israeli commando raid on aid ships bound for Gaza last week. Nine pro-Palestinian activists were killed in the operation. Israel ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, said his country should be allowed to investigate itself.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:埃及法院裁决掠夺娶以色列妻子者国籍(2010-06-8)2010-06-08
An Irish-owned ship that was trying to break through the Israeli blockade of Gaza has been diverted to the Port of Ashdod. Israeli forces who boarded it about 30 kilometres off the coast said they faced no resistance. The ship, the Rachel Corrie, was supposed to have been the 7th in the flotilla which was stormed by Israeli forces on Monday when at least nine activists were killed. It’s now being searched by the Israeli police. There's been no communication with any of the pro-Palestinian campaigners on board. Andrew North reports from Ashdod.
BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-06-6)2010-06-07
There is growing diplomatic pressure on Israel after its commandos storm ships trying to break its blockade of Gaza. NATO condemned the loss of lives in the assault in which at least nine pro-Palestinian activists were killed and demanded the immediate release of ships and civilians. And these four of the dead were from Turkey which called the assault of bloody massacre. And in Washington, the U.S Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has given her response. As David Willis reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻:英国石油公司成功堵截漏油管道(2010-06-7)2010-06-07
The oil company BP says it has succeeded in cutting through a ruptured underwater pipe in its latest attempt to stem the huge oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Engineers will now lower a containment cap to the seabed and attempt to fit it over what's left of the riser pipe. BP's Chief Executive Tony Hayward said they'd know soon whether the capping would work. Richard Lister reports.