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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:North Korea: Kim Jong-un promotes sister to politburo2017-10-11
North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un has given his sister more power by promoting her to the nation's top decision-making body.
BBC News:White nationalists return to Charlottesville2017-10-11
White nationalist protesters have returned to the US town Charlottesville two months after violent clashes there saw a woman killed.
BBC News:Blade Runner 2049 disappoints at US box office2017-10-11
Blade Runner 2049 has made far less than expected on its opening weekend at the US box office.
BBC News:McDonald's Rick and Morty Szechuan sauce stunt backfires2017-10-11
A McDonald's PR stunt to bring back a rare dipping sauce left thousands of fans disappointed, with police called to some US restaurants on Saturday.
BBC News:Hollywood reacts to Harvey Weinstein abuse claims2017-10-11
Leading Hollywood figures have reacted to the New York Times' article on sexual harassment allegations made against film producer Harvey Weinstein.
BBC News:Young Spaniards worry they might have to leave Catalonia2017-10-11
One of the more spectacular measures proposed by a radical Catalan separatist party last year was to pull down Barcelona's famous Christopher Columbus Monument.
BBC News:100 Women: 'We can't teach girls of the future with books of the past'2017-10-11
In a textbook for students in Tanzania, boys are strong and athletic, while girls just look proud of their pretty frilly dresses.
BBC News:Leopard that shut down India Suzuki factory is caught2017-10-11
Wildlife officials in India have caught a leopard nearly 36 hours after it was first spotted in a car factory.
BBC News:The story not being talked about in Myanmar2017-10-11
Looking from Yangon, you would never know that a major humanitarian crisis has been unfolding for more than a month in Myanmar's western region of Rakhine.
BBC News:Trump Twitter row with top Republican Senator Bob Corker2017-10-11
US President Donald Trump has had an ill-tempered exchange with a leading Republican senator, aggravating already poor relations between the two men.
BBC News:Reported child-on-child sex offences 'tip of the iceberg'2017-10-11
Reports of sexual assaults by children on other children are rising, according to police figures seen by BBC Panorama. But those reported cases are only the tip of the iceberg, according to one police child abuse expert.
BBC News:How the search for a 'death ray' led to radar2017-10-11
You can trace the extent of our reliance on air travel to many inventions. The jet engine, perhaps, or the aeroplane itself.
BBC News:What's really driving Trump in his NFL feud?2017-10-10
President Donald Trump's swipes at the National Football League players' protests were nestled in the middle of a nearly hour-and-half-long speech at a rally in Alabama.
BBC News:Rohingya crisis: Two die as boat capsizes off Bangladesh2017-10-10
At least two have died after a boat packed with Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar capsized near the Bangladesh coast, officials say.
BBC News:Storm Nate weakens but brings heavy rain2017-10-10
Storm Nate has weakened to a tropical depression after bringing strong winds, heavy rain and some flooding to the south-eastern United States.
BBC News:The man who hired his mother as head chef2017-10-10
Munaf Kapadia runs a successful restaurant at his family's home in Mumbai. He has also hired his mother as head chef.
BBC News:Merkel 'agrees on migrant deal' in German coalition talks2017-10-10
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party has agreed an immigration policy with its sister party, media reports say.
BBC News:100 Women: Is child vaccination boosted by educating mothers?2017-10-10
Throughout history the empowerment of women has been linked to their education, which brings benefits not only to the women's own lives but to the lives of their children too.
BBC News:Catalonia independence: Huge Spain unity rally in Barcelona2017-10-10
At least 350,000 people gathered in Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, for a rally against independence from Spain.
BBC News:How the Guptas' brand turned toxic in South Africa2017-10-10
The reputations of major international firms Bell Pottinger and KPMG have been badly damaged by their work relating to the controversial Gupta family in South Africa. BBC Africa Business Report editor Matthew Davies looks at whether the family's business can survive.
BBC News:Argentine Airlines suspends flights to Venezuela2017-10-10
Argentine Airlines has become the latest carrier to suspend flights to the Venezuelan capital, Caracas.
BBC News:Essay cheat companies face university ban2017-10-10
The universities watchdog has announced a clampdown on essay mills which help students cheat to gain their degrees.
BBC News:Trump NFL row: Mike Pence walks out of game after players kneel2017-10-10
US Vice-President Mike Pence has walked out of a National Football League (NFL) game after several players refused to stand for the US national anthem.
BBC News:'I wish they could be saved': The victims of India's poisonous dust2017-10-10
On a recent summer morning, Urmila Yadav set off for the main temple in the village of Budhpura, located in India's north-western state of Rajasthan, where a community meeting was taking place.
BBC News:China congress: Military facelift a sign of bigger changes2017-10-10
Of the many noteworthy developments that have characterised Chinese President Xi Jinping's first five-year term, none stands out as much as military reform, and this reveals a great deal about the coming political trajectory in China, writes political analyst Cheng Li.
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