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该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:无人机在医疗方面的应用2015-01-01
OK. Drones.You've seen video from them on our show. They are being used in warfare.They are being used in space.We've talked about them, potentially delivering packages.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕:联合国官员称朝鲜存在大规模侵犯人权行为2014-12-31
An investigator for the United Nations says North Korea's leader may be responsible for massive human rights abuses.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:美国警察配备执勤摄像头以减少冲突2014-12-29
I want to show you a body cam, this is an example of one, this is a recording device, this is the actual camera. Police here in Daytona Beach, Florida, started testing these out in 2011, and they say the cameras have helped ease tensions in several cases.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕:《刺杀金正恩》圣诞假期上画2014-12-27
Hackers claiming to be the same group that stolen data from Sony Pictures took a potentially violent turn towards terrorism. Along with the document dumped thats described as a Christmas gift, a group delivered a warning to people planning to see the movie The Interview.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕:回顾澳大利亚人质劫持事件始末2014-12-26
Welcome to CNN STUDENT NEWS. My name is Carl Azuz. We are starting today with a recap of a hostage situation that unfolded this week in Australia.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕:美国今年流感疫苗并不那么凑效2014-12-26
Next story today, good news and bad news concerning the flu. The good news, the Centers for Diseases Control says flu activity across the U.S. is pretty low.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:2014年关键词(世界杯、埃博拉、马航370、博科圣地)2014-12-23
Number nine, World Cup fever. The eyes of the world on the games in Brazil. The host country crashes out on the semifinals, in the final, Germany beats Argentina one to nothing in a dramatic overtime win.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:道琼斯指数暴涨420点 美国多洲爆发流感2014-12-22
Welcome to CNN STUDENT NEWS. Im Carl Azuz. This is our last show of 2014. Before we head up for the holidays, weve got a few things to catch you up on, one of them, the U.S. stock market.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:七名塔利班枪手袭击巴基斯坦学校2014-12-19
Taliban terrorists tried to assassinate Malala Yousufzai in 2012 for sharing those same views. This time, she was speaking about an attack at a school in Peshawar, Pakistan near the country's northern border with Afghanistan.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:安倍阵营赢得大选 将迎经济大考2014-12-17
CNN STUDENT NEWS is launching its last week of 2014. Thanks for taking ten minutes for commercial free current event. First up, this December 15, an election in Japan.Its economy isnt doing well.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:强飓风袭击美国西海岸2014-12-17
Fridays are awesome. The undisputed king of weekdays. I'm Carl Azuz. We are starting today's commercial free coverage on the West Coast where wind gusts in the Sierra Nevada Mountains have been as high as 147 miles per hour.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:抗击埃博拉医护人员登《时代》杂志封面2014-12-17
Hi, Im Carl Azuz. Thank you for taking ten minutes for CNN STUDENT NEWS. For more than 80 years, Time magazine has named a person of the year. It started with aviator Charles Lindbergh for 1927.
该音频有LRC字幕 CNN新闻附字幕[翻译]:美国汽油价格低至2.67美元每加仑2014-12-13
Next today, gas prices, they are free falling, and it looks like they are only going to get lower. The U.S. national average for a gallon of gas was 3.26 one year ago. It's about 2.67 now. By next spring, analysts predict it will be below two bucks a gallon. Why?
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