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该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:伊朗无视美国制裁试射导弹2016-03-10
Hi. I'm Carl Azuz, delivering 10 minutes of international current events. At the midpoint of the week, we're starting with news about Iran. The Middle Eastern country tested out a number of ballistic missiles yesterday that has the international community, including the U.S., concern because it might break a United Nations resolution.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:朝鲜扬言欲先发制人实施核打击2016-03-09
Hello to everyone watching worldwide - - on every continent but Antarctica, as far as we know. I'm Carl Azuz at the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia. South Korea and the United States have been allies since the Korean War in the early 1950s. The North Korea has remained their rival.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:成千上万难民滞留马其顿 朝鲜威胁使用核武器2016-03-08
Ten minutes of international headlines starts right now. I'm Carl Azuz. Thank you for watching. First up, we're taking you to Macedonia. It's a landlocked country in Southeastern Europe that shares a border with Greece.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:朝鲜试射六枚短程导弹回应联合国的制裁2016-03-05
Fridays are awesome! Especially when you join us for 10 minutes of international current events. I'm Carl Azuz at the CNN Center. Our March 4th show begins with news out of North Korea. The communist country launched six short range missiles yesterday. They flew about 60 to 90 miles east into the sea.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:特朗普和希拉里胜出“超级星期二”2016-03-04
We're closing in on the first results from the blockbuster event of the primary season. JAKE TAPPER, CNN ANCHOR: Everybody expects that the frontrunners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will do well this evening. But the question is, how well?
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该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:超级星期二或将决定谁去参选总统2016-03-03
Welcome to Wednesday's edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS. I'm Carl Azuz at the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia. As promised, before yesterday's special edition of our show, we're going in-depth now on Super Tuesday.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:美国平均每人一年吃掉126磅肉2016-03-03
Hey. Welcome to March. I'm Carl Azuz and this Tuesday is super. This is the day when Americans in 13 states all go to the polls at once. And we're going in-depth on Super Tuesday in tomorrow's show.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:叙利亚和平协议周末开始生效2016-03-01
Welcome to CNN STUDENT NEWS on this February 29th. In a few minutes, we'll explain why we only say that every four years. I'm Carl Azuz. First up, a cessation of hostilities, meaning a pause in the fighting, was supposed to take effect in Syria over the weekend. Its civil war has been going on almost five years.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:伊朗第十届议会选举开始 核问题成焦点2016-02-27
Dear Friday, it's been a week since we've spoken, but I just wanted to say you are awesome! This is CNN STUDENT NEWS. We're starting in the Middle East today. Our first story is from Iran. Since last summer, we've been reporting on the controversial nuclear deal between Iran and several other countries led by the U.S.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:龙卷风加暴风雪袭击印第安纳州和伊利诺斯州2016-02-26
Here to deliver your Thursday edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS, I'm Carl Azuz from the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia. First up, severe weather. While folks in Indiana and Illinois were concerned about possible blizzard conditions last night, tornado watches and warning stretched along the U.S. East Coast one day after this happened.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:奥巴马总统呼吁关闭关塔那摩监狱2016-02-25
The week is rolling along. I'm Carl Azuz, welcoming you to Wednesday's edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS. Our first story centers on a detention facility, a prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It's operated by the United States. It's part of the U.S. naval base on land that America has leased from Cuba since 1903.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:显示全球33%的食物被浪费2016-02-24
Hope your Tuesday is going well and we're glad you're spending 10 minutes of it with CNN STUDENT NEWS. I'm Carl Azuz. There's a legal case playing out between the U.S. government and the technology company and it's lit up a nationwide debate about national security versus information privacy.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:史上最强风暴将袭击斐济2016-02-23
Hey. Hope you had a great weekend. We've got a lot lined up for you today on CNN STUDENT NEWS, starting with the report on Tropical Cyclone Winston. It was the most powerful storm ever recorded in the southern hemisphere. It made landfall in the Pacific island country of Fiji on Saturday.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:难民危机、英国脱欧成欧盟峰会重点议题2016-02-20
Fridays are awesome! I'm Carl Azuz with CNN STUDENT NEWS. And I'm we're jumping right in to our current events coverage with the report involving the European Union. It's an organization of 28 countries. It's holding a meeting in Brussels, Belgium this week.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:中国南海再起争执 FBI获授权获取iphone密码2016-02-19
Hi. I'm Carl Azuz. It's good to see you and thanks to our friends at Chelsea and Woodstock High Schools who visited yesterday. First up, between Vietnam and the Philippines and the South China Sea, there's a group of small islands called the Paracel Islands.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:美国两党争夺最高法院大法官席位2016-02-18
Hey, thanks for watching this Wednesday. I'm Carl Azuz for CNN STUDENT NEWS. Yesterday, we told you about the sudden of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and said there was a political battle brewing over his replacement. Today, we're explaining why.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:美国最高法院大法官离世乃保守党重要人物2016-02-17
The unexpected passing of a U.S. Supreme Court justice leads off our show. This is CNN STUDENT NEWS and I'm Carl Azuz. Antonin Scalia had been characterized as the leading conservative voice on the high court. He'd served since 1986, after being appointed by President Ronald Reagan. Of course, the Senate had to confirm him first and it did so unanimously by a vote of 98-0.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:叙利亚政府军在俄支持下高歌猛进2016-02-13
Special delivery for Friday. It's a package of awesome! I'm Carl Azuz for CNN STUDENT NEWS,10 minutes of international current events. First up, tensions outside of Syria are reflecting the ones inside the Middle Eastern country. In its civil war, the government of President Bashar al-Assad is fighting to hold on to power.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:奥巴马移民和温室气体减排政令遭遇挑战2016-02-12
Thank you for taking 10 minutes for CNN STUDENT NEWS. I'm Carl Azuz. A presidential executive action has been put on hold in the U.S. An executive action is a policy made by the president. It's usually limited in scope and it doesn't go through Congress, but it can be prevented by Congress, overturned by a new president, or challenged in court.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:6.4级强震袭击台湾 至少40人死亡100人失踪2016-02-11
Here to deliver your midweek edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS. I'm Carl Azuz from the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Today's international coverage begins across the Pacific, on the island of Taiwan. People there are still digging through rubble, hoping to find survivors, four days after a powerful earthquake hit. It was magnitude 6.4. It shook the island at 4:00 in the morning.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:朝鲜试射卫星成功引国际社会一片谴责2016-02-10
I'm Carl Azuz for CNN STUDENT NEWS. We're back to our daily current events coverage today. We hope you enjoyed yesterday's look at the U.S. food industry. First up, fireworks and celebrations last night at Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, criticism and warnings from the international community.
CNN STUDENT NEWS:2016-02-082016-02-09
Welcome to a special edition of CNN STUDENT NEWS. I'm Carl Azuz. We've cooked up something new for you today. CNN has a series called Raw Ingredients. It takes a look up at how the U.S. food industry has changed, how engineering and importing have replaced old fashion growing and how consumer demand still has the power to influence the industry.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:12国签署TPP协议围堵中国?2016-02-06
Hey, Mr. DJ, can you play Fridays are awesome? We're spinning some facts about a music career later on today on CNN STUDENT NEWS. First, though, a recap of two presidential events from the week, both related to religious faith.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN STUDENT NEWS:叙利亚的内战已致超过250000人死亡2016-02-05
Ten minutes of current events kicked off right now. I'm Carl Azuz in Atlanta, Georgia. In the Middle Eastern country of Syria, most people who lived there in 2011 have had to move. Some stayed in Syria, others have sought refuge in places like Europe. The United Nations estimates that more that 250,000 people have been killed in Syria's civil war.

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