[VOA标准英语]Italian PM Visits Libya to Mark Friendship Treaty2009-08-31
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will visit Libya for a few hours on Sunday to celebrate the anniversary of a friendship pact signed last year. He is not planning to stay to attend the events marking the 40th anniversary of the military coup that brought Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to power in 1969.
[VOA标准英语]Polls Open in Gabon2009-08-31
Former defense minister Ali Ben Bongo leads a crowded field of candidates in Sunday's vote. The late president's son has the best-financed campaign, the support of security services, and the electoral infrastructure of the ruling Gabonese Democratic Party.
[VOA标准英语]World Climate Conference to Focus on Adaptation to Climate Change2009-08-31
Scientists predict the world will get hotter over the coming decades. A major conference in Copenhagen at the end of the year will focus on ways to mitigate the worst affects of global warming. It will present measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to slow this process.
[VOA标准英语]Suicide Blast Kills 16 in Pakistan's Swat Valley2009-08-31
Officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb has killed at least 16 police recruits in the Swat region, where Taliban insurgents have had their stronghold until recently. This is the second major suicide bombing in the country's northwest within the past week, raising fears Taliban militants have regrouped and are hitting back.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英语 voa常速英语讲解:日本大选民主党大获全胜2009-08-31
Japanese voters have resoundingly rejected the party that has set the country's policy agendas for more than half a century. The rise of a center-left party promising to soothe the pain of globalization is being seen as a major break with business as usual.
voa常速英语:World Climate Conference to Focus on ...2009-08-31
More than 1,000 decision makers and scientists, including dozens of heads of state and ministers from more than 150 countries are expected to attend the Third World Climate Conference, which opens in Geneva on Monday.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英语 voa常速英语讲解:联合国代表抨击澳大利亚土著政策为种族歧视2009-08-30
A U.N. representative says Australia's intervention in dozens of troubled Aboriginal communities is discriminatory and breaches the country's international human-rights obligations.
[VOA标准英语]Fighting Displaces Civilians in Central African Republic2009-08-29
Ugandan troops are fighting alongside soldiers from the Central African Republic against the rebel Lord's Resistance Army, which has crossed into the Central African Republic from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Instability sparked by ethnic violence in northeast Central African Republic has been made worse by the presence of Lord's Resistance Army rebels in the southeast.
[VOA标准英语]World's Airlines Still Losing Money But At A Slower Pace2009-08-29
The global recession for the world's major airlines eased in July, but they are still suffering through one of their worst years ever.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英语 voa常速英语讲解:缅甸流亡政府敦促华盛顿坚持制裁2009-08-29
A spokesman for the Burmese government in exile has urged Washington not to hastily ease sanctions against Burma's military government. The exile government and rights groups support U.S. engagement with Burma, but they also want pressure for change.
voa常速英语:Afghanistan Election Results On Hold for at Least Two Days2009-08-29
Afghanistan's voters are going to have to wait a bit longer to receive further results of ballot counting from last week's presidential election.
[VOA标准英语]World Leaders Pay Tribute to Kennedy2009-08-27
World leaders are honoring veteran U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy who died at 77, after a long battle with a brain tumor. The senator was the brother of former President John F. Kennedy.
[VOA标准英语]West Africa Battles Flow of Illegal Weapons2009-08-27
Mohamed Lamine Coulibaly heads the ECOWAS Small Arms Control Program. He says it is a problem linked to both good governance and poverty that is too broad for any individual country to tackle alone.
[VOA标准英语]US Senator Edward Kennedy, Heir of Powerful Family, Dies2009-08-27
U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy, the elder statesman of America's most famous political family, is dead at the age of 77 (born 2/22/32) after a battle with brain cancer. He was the youngest brother of slain President John Kennedy. The life of the Massachusetts' Democrat was marked by both achievement and controversy.
[VOA标准英语]Japanese Campaign Focuses on Child Care2009-08-27
Child care has emerged as a major issue in Japan's election on Sunday. The country's largest parties are trying to woo voters with promises of cheaper day care and more child allowances.
voa常速英语:US Senator Edward Kennedy, Heir of Powerful Family, Dies2009-08-27
U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy, the elder statesman of America's most famous political family, is dead at the age of 77 (born 2/22/32) after a battle with brain cancer. He was the youngest brother of slain President John Kennedy. The life of the Massachusetts' Democrat was marked by both achievement and controversy.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英语 voa常速英语:澳大利亚政府通过大规模海岸天然气协议2009-08-27
Australia has approved a huge natural gas project to be built on a nature reserve off its west coast. The $42 billion development will supply gas to China and India but environmentalists condemn it as irresponsible.
[VOA标准英语]Brown: Britain Played No Part in Lockerbie Bomber Release2009-08-26
For the first time since the release last week of convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi from a Scottish prison and his return to Libya, Britain's prime minister has addressed the issue publicly.
[VOA标准英语]Researchers Grow Eye Cells From Skin Cells2009-08-26
Researchers have succeeded in growing light-sensing eye cells from human skin cells, opening the possibility of restoring sight to patients blinded by certain diseases.
[VOA标准英语]Powerful Bomb Kills 40 in Southern Afghanistan2009-08-26
Police in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar say 40 people are dead and 64 injured after an apparent truck bomb exploded. It is the deadliest blast in the country since an attack on the Indian Embassy more than a year ago.
[VOA标准英语]Second Term for US Fed Chairman2009-08-26
President Barack Obama says he is reappointing Ben Bernanke, who has led the U.S. economy through one of the worst financial crises the country has ever faced.
voa常速英语:South Korea Fails to Put Satellite In Orbit2009-08-26
South Korea has launched a rocket that was intended to place a satellite into space. However, the satellite has failed to go into orbit.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA常速英语 voa常速英语讲解:美国拒绝与朝鲜进行直接对话2009-08-26
The Obama administration reaffirmed Tuesday it is not interested in talks with North Korea outside the framework of Chinese-sponsored six-party negotiations on that country's nuclear program. South Korean news reports say Pyongyang has invited two U.S. senior diplomats to visit next month.
[VOA标准英语]UN Official Asks for Patience, Calm on Afghan Vote Outcome2009-08-25
A day ahead of the expected release of partial results from last Thursday's election in Afghanistan, the top United Nations official is asking for patience from the electorate, the candidates and the media. Our correspondent reports from Kabul.
[VOA标准英语]Shuttle Discovery Set to launch Tuesday2009-08-25
Space shuttle Discovery is preparing to launch on a mission to deliver new supplies and science equipment to the International Space Station.
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