英国广播公司(British Broadcasting Corporation),简称BBC,BBC world news是英国的一家政府资助但却独立运作的媒体,长久以来一直被认为是全球最受尊敬的媒体之一。

在相当长的一段时间内BBC一直垄断着英国的电视、电台。在1955年独立电视台和1973年独立电台成立之前,BBC一直是全英国唯一的电视、电台广播公司。

今天BBC除了是一家在全球拥有高知名度的媒体,还提供其他各种服务,包括书籍出版、报刊、英语教学、交响乐团和互联网新闻服务。

BBC News:Ecuador election: Who will succeed Rafael Correa?2017-02-24
Ecuadoreans will go to the polls on Sunday to elect a successor to President Rafael Correa after three terms of what he and his administration have dubbed 21st-Century socialism.
BBC News:The Gambia: Crowds swell for President Barrow inauguration2017-02-24
Thousands of people are gathering in The Gambia for the inauguration of the country's new president, Adama Barrow, after a lengthy power struggle forced him into exile.
BBC News:Trump goes to war with 'un-American' leakers2017-02-24
Washington is rife with political warfare, as 2016's presidential electoral combat spills over into Donald Trump's presidency and shows no signs of abating.
BBC News:Baghdad car bomb kills at least 482017-02-24
At least 48 people have been killed in Baghdad in the third blast in the Iraqi capital in three days, security and medical sources say.
BBC News:Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg lays out his vision2017-02-24
When I first read Mark Zuckerberg's 5,500-word letter to the Facebook community, I was struck by two things.
BBC News:Google confirms end of internet drone project2017-02-24
Google has confirmed it has closed its internet drone project Titan, three years after it bought the business.
BBC News:Google creates new self-driving car company2017-02-24
Google is putting its self-driving car technology into a new company which it will call Waymo, the firm has announced.
BBC News:Toshiba: Why troubled Japanese firms survive2017-02-24
What else are you hiding? screamed journalists at Toshiba executives, according to this reporter's tweet from Tokyo.
BBC News:Italy's Tiziana: Tragedy of a woman destroyed by viral sex videos2017-02-24
It probably took no more than a few seconds for Tiziana Cantone to begin the sequence of events that led to her suicide.
BBC News:The man with millions of jobs that need doing2017-02-24
It was doing a favour for his mother that gave entrepreneur Matt Barrie the idea for setting up a business that is now worth more than A$400m ($300m; £243m).
BBC News:Kim Jong-nam: Many questions after airport murder2017-02-24
On Monday, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was killed in Malaysia. The BBC's Karishma Vaswani in Kuala Lumpur dissects a week of mystery and intrigue.
BBC News:Tennis star Bouchard's Super Bowl fan gets a second date2017-02-24
When Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard agreed to a date with a student after losing a Twitter wager, it had the hallmarks of a one-off event.
BBC News:Colombia families flee illegal gangs as Farc leaves2017-02-24
Families on Colombia's border with Venezuela have been displaced by illegal groups trying to fill the vacuum left by the departure of Farc rebels, the UN says.
BBC News:China's ZTE faces restrictions over alleged Iran violations2017-02-24
Chinese firm ZTE has said its US suppliers must now apply for a licence to provide the firm with any materials.
BBC News:Hello, I am BBCTechbot. How can I help?2017-02-24
Chatbots are on the rise, but what are they and why is everyone talking about (and to) them?
BBC News:Leeds insurance firm investigates homeless soaking2017-02-24
An insurance firm is investigating allegations that homeless people were deliberately soaked with water outside one of their buildings.
BBC News:How can the UK reduce air pollution?2017-02-24
The European Commission says the UK has two months to address persistent breaches of air pollutants - specifically nitrogen dioxide - after it issued a final warning.
BBC News:'We don't have a future':Hanjin crews return to uncertain fate2017-02-24
Hanjin is like a family, says the first officer, slowly choosing his words. But now, he hesitates, it looks like we've lost our family.
BBC News:The strange story of a seized Hanjin ship and its lonely crew2017-02-24
Sprinkled across the oceans around the globe, some 60 of Hanjin Shipping's cargo vessels are stranded at sea after the company filed for bankruptcy two weeks ago.
BBC News:Blackberry sues Nokia in patent clash2017-02-24
Blackberry is suing Nokia over claims that the Finnish company has made use of nearly a dozen of its inventions without permission.
BBC News:Kim Jong-nam: Will killing derail North Korea-China ties?2017-02-23
Beijing needs to do more to rein in North Korea: that's the view of US President Donald Trump and his new team. But how much leverage does China really have there and what are the chances of it being used, asks the BBC's Stephen McDonell in Beijing.
BBC News:Death in a dynasty: What led to the demise of Kim Jong-nam?2017-02-23
Kim Jong-nam was the eldest son of late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and the elder half-brother of current leader Kim Jong-un.
BBC News:Hanjin: Final curtain falls on shipping saga2017-02-23
Hanjin Shipping used to be one of the world's top 10 shipping companies. But now it faces the final curtain.
BBC News:Brexit: Sites for possible Irish border checkpoints examined2017-02-23
Work has begun to identify places where customs checkpoints could be set up once again on the Irish border, in preparation for the UK leaving the EU.
BBC News:Google CEO Sundar Pichai writes back to girl, 7, who wants a job2017-02-23
An entrepreneurial seven year old wrote to Google for a job and its CEO replied.
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