英国新闻讲解附字幕:美经济制裁让伊朗遭受巨大困境
日期:2019-05-14 05:10

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Hello, this is David Austin with the BBC news. The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has warned that political will to tackle climate change is fading in spite of the evident effects of global warming. Here's our Asia Pacific editor Michael Bristow. Speaking on a visit to New Zealand, Mr. Guterres said it was crucial global temperatures did not rise by more than 1.5 degrees by the end of the century, but he said the world was not on track to achieve that goal. He said the paradox was that politicians were becoming less interested as things got worse. Mr. Guterres did, however, praise New Zealand, which a few days ago proposed cutting carbon emissions that cause climate change to zero by 2050. After New Zealand, the UN Secretary General will visit several Pacific island nations, some of the countries expected to be hit hardest by global warming.

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The Iranian President has warned that the country is facing difficult times because of renewed US sanctions, but must not surrender to American pressure. Addressing a meeting of political activists, Hassan Rouhani warned that Iran's economic troubles could be even greater than in the 1980s when it was subject to international sanctions during the war with Iraq. Here's Andy Beats. Iran's president is feeling the heat. The pressures by our enemies, he said, is a war unprecedented in the history of our Islamic revolution. During the war, we didn't have a problem with our banks, oil sales or imports and exports, but I don't despair. I have great hope for the future provided when united. His rallying cry comes amid growing anger at a slump in the economy caused by sanctions and sustained pressure from Washington over the country's nuclear program.

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Tens of millions of people in India are going to the polls in the sixth phase of the country's staggered general election. Today's vote takes place across seven states. The last phase of the elections will be held on the 19th of May.

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Voters in Lithuania go to the polls today to elect a new president. The popular incumbent Dalia Grybauskaite is stepping down at the end of her second and final five-year term. Among the candidates vying to replace her is the current Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, who said he'll start a dialogue with Russia if he wins.

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The final matches of the English Premier League take place today with Manchester City and Liverpool both vying to be champions. In a hotly contested title race, Manchester City start one point ahead and will retain their title if they beat Brighton. But if they fail to win, Liverpool could secure their first title since 1990 by beating Wolverhampton Wanderers. That's the latest BBC news.

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1.Hassan Rouhani warned that Iran's economic troubles could be even greater than in the 1980s when it was subject to international sanctions during the war with Iraq.

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subject to 使服从

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2.Among the candidates vying to replace her is the current Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, who said he'll start a dialogue with Russia if he wins.

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Four rescue plans are vying to save the zoo
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3.He said the world was not on track to achieve that goal.

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on track to 在轨道上

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So Shanghai is on track to become a global financial centre eventually.
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