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ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-14)2012-02-28
After months of fierce fighting and bloodshed, the Ivory Coast's former president Laurent Gbagbo is this morning in custody. He was arrested by troops loyal to the elected president Alassane Ouattara.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-13)2012-02-28
Defence chiefs will meet in Canberra today to try to decide what action to take against the head the Defence Force Academy over the recent sex scandal. The Australian newspaper is reporting there’s a standoff between the minister and his top officials over what action to take.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-12)2012-02-28
A band of cloud crossing New South Wales, eastern Victoria and Tasmania ahead of a cold front is bringing rain, mostly to the ranges. And scattered cloud over western Victoria and South Australia in strong cold southerly winds is causing showers.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-11)2012-02-28
The ASX says it must consolidate with other stock exchanges after the Federal Government rejected its deal with Singapore.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-10)2012-02-27
Brazil is in shock after a gunman shot dead at least 10 children at a school in Rio de Janeiro before killing himself. About a dozen others, mostly children, were also injured. Police say the shooter said he was there to speak at a conference before walking into a classroom and then opening fire.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-9)2012-02-27
And the Ivory Coast's beleaguered president is not giving up easily. Rival forces have tried to storm Laurent Gbagbo's home where he has holed up with his family.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-8)2012-02-27
The talks are indeed underway to try to resolve the conflict in the Ivory Coast. The country’s President Laurent Gbagbo says his army is negotiating a ceasefire, but he’d told French TV he’s not ready to surrender.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-7)2012-02-27
US President Barack Obama isn't wasting any time in his bid for a second term. A full year and a half away from the next presidential election, Barack Obama has launched his campaign on YouTube.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-6)2012-02-27
This morning foreigners have begun fleeing the Ivory Coast as fighting there intensifies. French troops have taken over the main airport and more than 160 foreigners have fled on specially organised flights.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-5)2012-02-26
And there’s low in the northern tropics. The Bureau is warning it could still develop into a cyclone. And at the moment, it’s generating heavy squally rain across the Kimberley and Top End.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-4)2012-02-26
A leading credit rating agency has downgraded its assessment of Ireland's ability to repay its debts, making it more expensive for the country to borrow money in private markets.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-3)2012-02-26
Julia Gillard is warning that next month’s federal budget will be a painful one. The Prime Minister is preparing the ground for deep spending cuts, but she won’t say exactly where there’ll be.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-2)2012-02-26
And Libya's rebels have lost almost all of the gains that they made earlier in the week. Colonel Gaddafi's army has comprehensively outgunned the opposition.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-04-1)2012-02-26
A jury has found a man who threw his four-year-old daughter off Melbourne's Westgate Bridge guilty of murder. Arthur Freeman was found guilty after the jury deliberated for five days.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-31)2012-02-25
A jury has found a man who threw his four-year-old daughter off Melbourne's Westgate Bridge guilty of murder. Arthur Freeman was found guilty after the jury deliberated for five days.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-30)2012-02-25
NATO has now taken full control of military operations in Libya. The battle has moved decisively in the rebels’ favour. They’ve now recaptured another four coastal towns as Colonel Gaddafi’s troops flee from coalition air strikes. Rebel forces are moving towards the Libyan leader’s hometown of Sirte.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-29)2012-02-25
Cloud over north-eastern Queensland in a trough is triggering showers and storms. Thick cloud across the northern tropics is also causing a few storms.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-28)2012-02-25
And the Tasmanian timber company Gunns has released a report showing its Tamar Valley pulp mill will deliver $10 billion to the Tasmanian economy over the next 20 years.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-27)2012-02-24
Electronics manufacturer Bosch is to cut 380 jobs at its manufacturing plant at Clayton in Melbourne. The company says it'll relocate part of its car electronics business to Asia.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-26)2012-02-24
And officials have confirmed that NATO countries will take over command of military operations in Libya from early next week. A French fighter jet, meanwhile, has destroyed a Libyan plane which had breached the no-fly zone.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-25)2012-02-24
There a bomb has ripped through a crowded bus stop in Jerusalem, killing at least one person and injuring more than 30 others. Authorities said the bomb was hidden in a bag at the side of the road near the bus station. It's the first terror attack in Jerusalem in seven years, and police have blamed Palestinian militants for the blast.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-24)2012-02-24
Two US airmen have been rescued after their fighter jet crashed in Libya. A military spokesman says it appears to have suffered a technical fault while flying near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-23)2012-02-24
US President Barack Obama says Colonel Gaddafi has to go, but forces loyal to the dictator have pushed back against the newly confident rebels. His army has beaten back a rebel attempt to retake the town of Ajdabiya. Coalition forces are now planning to extend the no-fly zone even further.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-22)2012-02-23
A Libyan military spokesman has this morning announced a new ceasefire as another round of air strikes appeared imminent. French jets have begun patrolling Libyan air space this morning to enforce the no-fly zone.
ABC新闻在线听附文本(2011-03-20)2012-02-23
The Foreign Affairs Department has upgraded its travel advice for Japan. It’s now telling Australians to leave Tokyo and not to travel to the capital or northern Japan. The department cites the risk of radiation of the Japanese capital for the first time.

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