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该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:一名朝鲜高级情报官员叛逃至韩国2016-04-13
With the week rolling forward, we're glad you're taking ten minutes for our Tuesday's show, I'm Carl Azuz. First up, a high level defection from a communist nation. This is when someone deserts his or her own country -- in this case North Korea -- to live somewhere else -- in this case, South Korea.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:奥巴马考虑向叙利亚增派特种部队2016-04-12
Welcome back to ten minutes of international current events. From the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia, I'm Carl Azuz. We're starting today's coverage in the capital of Belgium, where some major arrests were made late last week. Shortly after terrorists targeted an effort and a subway in Brussels, killing 31 people last month, Belgian authorities went on the hunt for the so-called man in the hat.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:CNN独家采访美国反恐筛查中心2016-04-09
Fridays are awesome! I'm Carl Azuz. It's great to have you watching this April 8th. First up, we have an in-depth report for you. CNN recently got an exclusive interview with the head of the U.S. Terrorist Screening Center. It was created in 2003. It's an organization of several agencies run by the FBI.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:克鲁兹欲在威斯康辛州狙击特朗普2016-04-08
In the Republican race, will Donald Trump face a new loss to Ted Cruz or will the GOP frontrunner bounce back from a series of controversies? In the Democratic race, Hillary Clinton is facing a tough fight against Bernie Sanders tonight? Will he add to his recent winning streak as the primary race heads into the home stretch?
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:巴拿马文件泄露引发政坛地震2016-04-07
Welcome to our midweek show. I'm Carl Azuz. First up, the prime minister of Iceland resigned yesterday. David Gunnlaugsson had been under pressure to give up his job after he was connected to what's being called the Panama Papers. These are more than 11 million documents.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:欧盟资助土耳其阻止难民流向欧洲2016-04-06
With millions of migrants and refugees flowing into Europe, there's a new deal in place that aims to ease the strain on European nations. But is it working? I'm Carl Azuz. That's where we're starting today. First, the deal. It's between the nation of Turkey and the 28 countries of the European Union.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:布鲁塞尔机场恐袭后重新开放2016-04-05
We hope you had a great weekend and we're grateful you're starting a new week with our show. I'm Carl Azuz. This is CNN STUDENT NEWS. First up, to the European country of Belgium. After a moment of silence at the Brussels airport yesterday, a jet took off and headed for Portugal.
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该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:60国家领导齐聚华盛顿参加核安全峰会2016-04-02
Today is blue plate special includes Friday and awesome. And we're happy to serve it up. I'm Carl Azuz. Leaders from almost 60 countries are gathered today in Washington, D.C., for an event called the Nuclear Security Summit.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:太平岛主权问题再起争议2016-04-01
Will a tiny island in the South China Sea make a big difference in the territorial dispute over the region? I'm Carl Azuz and that's what we're exploring first up today. It's good to see you. We'll start by moving over to Taiwan.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:美国政府打击处方药物滥用2016-03-31
The U.S. government's ongoing fight against prescription drug abuse in America leads off our show today. Thank you for taking 10 minutes to watch. I'm Carl Azuz from the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Prescription drug and heroin abuse is exploding.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:巴基斯坦复活节当天遭恐袭 至少72人死亡2016-03-30
We're back today with international current events coverage after Monday's series finale on the U.S. food industry. I'm Carl Azuz. We're starting in Southern Asia. On Easter Sunday, a bomb exploded at a part in one of Pakistan's largest cities.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:美国蔬菜消耗量乃20年前的五倍2016-03-29
Welcome to a special edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS. I'm Carl Azuz. Today, we're wrapping up our series on the U.S. food supplies, zeroing on produce. This is our last installment of CNN special Raw Ingredients.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:叙利亚政府军重夺巴尔米拉城2016-03-26
Breaking news: Fridays are awesome! Happy to have you watching this last Friday in March. I'm Carl Azuz. First up, a battle for the city of Palmyra. We reported on it before. It's an ancient landmark in central Syria. The ISIS terrorist group took over Palmyra last year and it destroyed a pair of 2,000-year-old temples there because ISIS believed they conflicted with the group's severe interpretation of Islam.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:美国加强安保力量 收紧阿片类药物管控2016-03-25
Great to see you this Thursday and thank you for logging or tuning for 10 minutes of current events. I'm Carl Azuz. First up, an international increase in security. There are more visible police in airports across the U.S., train stations and tunnels, places where masses of people gather and travel.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:ISIS在比利时发动恐怖袭击 多人死亡2016-03-24
The European country of Belgium is observing three days of national mourning after a series of terrorist attacks there yesterday. It's where we start this edition of our show. The ISIS terrorist group says it's responsible for attacks in an airport and a subway station in Belgium's capital.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:奥巴马出访古巴 谈及人权和政治犯2016-03-23
Welcome to 10 minutes of international current events. From the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia, I'm Carl Azuz. We're starting in the Caribbean nation of Cuba. Yesterday was the third time the Cuban President Raul Castro and U.S. President Barack Obama met face to face since the two sides agreed to normalize relations.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:巴黎恐袭案嫌疑人在比利时落网2016-03-22
The most wanted terrorism suspect in Europe is now in police custody but the investigation that eventually caught him is far from over. That's what's first up this Monday. I'm Carl Azuz. Salah Abdeslam is the only person suspected of participating in the Paris terrorist attacks who's still alive.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:美国众议院认定ISIS犯下种族灭绝罪行2016-03-19
Ticking off 10 minutes of global events for a global audience. I'm Carl Azuz from the CNN Center. For the first time since 2004, the U.S. government is recognizing a genocide. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the ISIS terrorist group is committing genocide, the mass murder of Christians, Shiite Muslims and Yazidis in the nations of Iraq and Syria.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:奥巴马公布最高法院大法官提名2016-03-18
We are happy to see you this St. Patrick's Day. In a few minutes, we're exploring the science of happiness. I'm Carl Azuz. Let's get started. First up, U.S. President Barack Obama has named his choice to fill a vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:NASA测试火星载人火箭 奥巴马或禁止大西洋沿岸石油开采2016-03-17
This is a serious engine. In terms of horse power, you're looking at about 12 million and four of these things put together would generate about 2 million pounds of thrust. It's not new. NASA's RS-25 rocket engine has been around since the 1970s. It's powered dozens of space shuttle missions.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:普京宣布俄罗斯军队将从叙利亚撤军2016-03-16
Hi. I'm Carl Azuz. Happy to see this Tuesday for 10 minutes of world events. We've got some news out of the war-torn nation of Syria, leading off our show. Russia has been involved in the conflict. Since last September, it's been launching airstrikes that military analysts say have helped the Syrian government forces of President Bashar al-Assad.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:311五周年 福岛海域仍存大量放射性物质2016-03-15
Welcome back to the show. I'm Carl Azuz. For many of you, the weekend was an hour shorter and we'll be explaining why later today. First up, the new normal Japan. Japanese lawmakers and citizens observed a moment of silence at 2:46 p.m. on Friday.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:日本311大地震五周年祭 阵痛仍在2016-03-12
Paging, Dr. Friday. We have a case of awesome. I'm Carl Azuz. Thanks for spending 10 minutes of your Friday with us. First up, a meeting between two leaders who have more in common than a national border. Canada and the U.S. historically have been allies.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:科学家欲对蚊子实施基因生物战2016-03-11
Could mutant mosquitoes stop the dangerous Zika virus? Hi. I'm Carl Azuz, and that's what's first up on our show today. Zika, as we've told you, can dramatically harm the unborn babies of pregnant women. But mosquitoes also carry malaria, yellow fewer, West Nile virus.

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