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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:The island people with a climate change escape plan2017-09-25
The low-lying Caribbean islands inhabited Panama's indigenous Guna people are threatened by rising sea levels and increasingly unpredictable weather. But unlike many island communities facing such problems, the Guna have an escape plan.
BBC News:US reveals details of recent 'sonic attack' on Cuba diplomats2017-09-25
A suspected acoustic attack on US embassy staff in Cuba was reported as recently as last month, US officials have revealed.
BBC News:Grammar school faces legal challenge on A-level places2017-09-25
A high-achieving grammar school is facing a legal challenge over whether pupils can be stopped from progressing into the final A-level year.
BBC News:US Navy ship collides with oil tanker off Singapore2017-09-25
Ten sailors are missing and five have been injured after a US destroyer collided with an oil tanker off the coast of Singapore, the US Navy says.
BBC News:The tragic case of Charlie Gard2017-09-25
The protracted and bitter dispute over Charlie Gard began with the breakdown in the relationship of trust between doctors and parents.
BBC News:Cardinal Pell returns to Australia to fight charges2017-09-25
The Vatican treasurer, Cardinal George Pell, has returned to Australia as he prepares to defend himself against sexual assault charges.
BBC News:Kenya's president warns judiciary not to help opposition2017-09-25
Kenya's president has warned the country's judiciary not to help the opposition throw the next election into disarray.
BBC News:Dirty laundry: Are your clothes polluting the ocean?2017-09-25
In an indoor Manchester-drizzle-simulating rain room at the University of Leeds, and in a laundry lab in Plymouth, research is revealing the unexpected environmental cost of the very clothes on our backs.
BBC News:Eurovision: Ukraine facing fine over Russia row2017-09-25
Eurovision Song Contest bosses are fining Ukraine over its organisation of this year's competition in Kiev.
BBC News:Why are India's top judges doubting each others' sanity?2017-09-25
The Indian judiciary is in the midst of an unprecedented crisis.
BBC News:Catalonia referendum: Spanish state poised to seize Catalan finances2017-09-25
The Spanish government has given the regional government in Catalonia 48 hours to abandon illegal referendum plans or lose budgetary powers.
BBC News:Hurricane Irma: Two-thirds of Florida without power2017-09-25
About 6.5 million homes in Florida, two-thirds of the total, are without power after Hurricane Irma cut a deadly path through the state, officials say.
BBC News:Is it legal to force women to wear high heels at work?2017-09-25
A 27-year-old woman working for a City firm in London says she was sent home for refusing to wear high heels. But is this legal, fair or healthy?
BBC News:Pensioners told to head to West Sussex for happiness2017-09-25
Its pleasures range from a visit to the stately Arundel Castle to flight delays at Gatwick airport.
BBC News:Deadly attack targets UN mission in Timbuktu, Mali2017-09-25
Gunmen have attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in the city of Timbuktu in northern Mali, killing seven people.
BBC News:Trumplomacy: Is Tillerson getting ready for a Rexit?2017-09-25
As the Trump administration careened past its first six months in office the swirl of speculation about an imminent Rexit prompted the Secretary of State to publicly deny that he was about to quit.
BBC News:Trump to decide Attorney General Jeff Sessions's fate 'soon'2017-09-25
The White House says it will decide soon on the fate of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, after barrage of criticism from President Donald Trump.
BBC News:Glittering prize: The booming demand for opals2017-09-25
As the 40ft (12m) drill rattles down through the red dirt, miner Craig Stutley makes a statement that sounds a lot like what he said 30 minutes ago.
BBC News:Building society's account deadline axed2017-09-25
A deadline for the closure of current accounts with the Norwich and Peterborough (N&P) has been cancelled, with 30% of customers still to receive letters explaining the move.
BBC News:Nicky Morgan: Tories should consider replacing Theresa May2017-09-25
Former education secretary Nicky Morgan says Theresa May should consider standing down by autumn 2018 to allow a successor to sell the Brexit deal.
BBC News:Uber sorry for 'Wife Appreciation Day' promotion2017-09-24
Uber has apologised after being accused on social media of sexism in a promotional message sent to customers in Bangalore.
BBC News:'Divorce bill' row frustrates Brexit talks2017-09-24
Both the UK and EU have expressed frustration at the pace of Brexit talks amid disagreement over the size of the UK's divorce bill.
BBC News:Actor Ed Skrein quits Hellboy after whitewashing criticism2017-09-24
British actor Ed Skrein has pulled out of a role in the upcoming Hellboy reboot after a backlash because he was cast as a character of Asian heritage.
BBC News:Trumps to skip Kennedy honours to avoid 'distraction'2017-09-24
US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are to skip an arts awards ceremony to allow those taking part to celebrate without political distraction, the White House says.
BBC News:Syria war: US says coalition partners must only fight IS2017-09-24
The US has warned its coalition partners in Syria to focus exclusively on the fight against so-called Islamic State (IS) and not regime forces.
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