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 BBC News with Iain Purdon

 Divers searching a submerged cruise ship in Italysay they will work through the night to try to findmore survivors. Fifteen people are still unaccountedfor while five are known to have died. Earlier, two more bodies were found. Filippo Marini is aspokesman for the Italian coast guard.

  "The bodies of two elderly people have been found. They'll be identified as soon as possible.The correct procedures will be observed, and then we will proceed with identification. It's asad piece of news to give. Our divers have found themselves with this very sad situation. Thebodies are being brought onto the mainland. They're two elderly people found on the third floorin a meeting area section of the ship."

  The vessel, the Costa Concordia, smashed into rocks off the Italian coast on Friday. The ship'scaptain has been questioned. He argues that nautical charts failed to show any spike of rock,but the authorities say he brought the ship too close to the island of Giglio, where it ranaground.

  The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has harshly criticised President Bashar al-Assad ofSyria and the way he's handled the anti-government protests in the country. Speaking inLebanon, Mr Ban said the Arab revolution showed that people no longer accepted tyrannies.

  "Today, I say again to President Assad of Syria: Stop killing your own people. The path ofrepression is a dead end. The lessons of the past year are eloquent and clear. The winds ofchange will not cease to blow. The flame ignited in Tunisia will not be dimmed."

  However, the French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe has attacked what he called the silence of theUN Security Council over Syria.

  The head of UN humanitarian operations in Somalia, Mark Bowden, has told the BBC many morepeople will die of hunger before the famine there is brought under control. He said thesituation was improving, but the crisis would continue till July or August.

  "The number of people facing strict famine conditions has been reduced from 750,000 toabout 250,000, but that doesn't mean that there's not a major crisis in Somalia."

  Mr Bowden said that the famine had killed tens of thousands of people since it was declared sixmonths ago and some of the world's highest child malnutrition rates had been recorded inSomalia with half of all children being malnourished.

  Two planes have attacked the Somali city of Jilib in the south of the country, an area controlledby Islamists of al-Shabab. Elders in the city have told the BBC that six children were killed in thebombing which was apparently carried out by Kenyan military jets. There are reports that al-Shabab fighters were among the casualties. The Kenyan military spokesman told the BBC thathe was checking whether Kenyan aircraft were involved in the raid.

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  There's been a third day of fighting between rival Libyan militia groups despite efforts of theinterim government to broker a ceasefire. At least three people have been killed and morethan 40 wounded since Friday in clashes near the town of Gharyan, south of the capital Tripoli.The interim government has been struggling to control armed groups.

  Voting has ended in parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan, which the party of PresidentNursultan Nazarbayev is expected to win. International observers have never deemed anyelection in Kazakhstan as free or fair. Rayhan Demytrie reports.

  In Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city, the turnout was low. But nationwide by 6pm local time,nearly 70% of voters had cast their ballots. The presidential party Nur Otan is expected to winby a landslide. So far it has been the only party represented in parliament. But a new electionlaw guarantees the party with the second highest number of votes some seats. The six otherpolitical parties that are standing do not pose a serious challenge to Nur Otan.

  A Swiss-German consortium has announced a $2bn project to develop solar technology inOman. The investors plan to build 400 megawatts of solar generating capacity, and factories tomake solar panels for Oman and for export. Despite plentiful sunshine, the Middle Eastregion's solar power production is negligible, compared with that of Europe, China or theUnited States.

  Russia says it believes debris from a spacecraft that failed in its mission to Mars has crashedinto the Pacific Ocean. The probe, Phobos-Grunt, is one of the heaviest and most toxic ever tofall back down to earth although the Russian space agency says most of it will have burnt up onre-entry. The spacecraft was launched last November in an ambitious bid to scoop up rockyfragments from a Martian moon and bring them back for study. But it became stranded inEarth's orbit after the launch went wrong.

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参与意大利沉没游轮搜救工作的潜水者说,将不分昼夜坚持工作,争取找到更多幸存者。至今仍有15人下落不明,另外5人已确认死亡。早些时候还发现了另外两具尸体,FilippoMarini是意大利海岸巡逻队发言人。

  “已经找到两位老人的尸体,我们将尽快确定他们的身份。我们会遵循适当的程序,然后确定身份,这个消息很不幸,我们的潜水员感到很痛心。两位老人的尸体是在游轮第三层的会议区发现的,现已被送至陆上。”

  这艘“协和号”游轮周五在意大利海岸触礁,船长已接受审讯,他声称海图上未显示有礁石存在,但当局称他把船驶到离吉利奥岛很近的地方,然后就在那里触礁了。

  联合国秘书长潘基文严厉批评叙利亚总统阿萨德以及该国政府处理反政府抗议的做法,潘基文在黎巴嫩发表讲话,称阿拉伯革命已表明,人民不再愿意容忍暴君的存在了。

  “我今天再次向阿萨德总统表示:停止杀害你的人民。镇压之路只会是死胡同,过去一年的教训够雄辩有力了,改革之风不会停歇,点燃突尼斯的火焰不会熄灭。”

  然后,法国外长Alain Juppe却指责联合国安理会,称其在叙利亚问题上保持沉默。

  联合国驻索马里人道主义行动负责人Mark Bowden告诉BBC,如果索马里的饥荒无法得到控制,会有更多的人死于饥饿。他说局势已经得到缓解,但这场危机要到七八月份才结束。

  “遭受严重饥荒的人数已由750,000减少到大约250,000,但这并不意味着饥荒已不是索马里的大问题。”

  Bowden说,自从6个月前确认饥荒发生后,已有成千万人死亡,索马里儿童营养不良率已创下全世界最高纪录,有一半的儿童营养不良。

  两架飞机袭击了索马里南部城市吉利卜,该地区在伊斯兰阿尔沙巴布组织控制之下。该市的老年人告诉BBC,这次袭击显然是肯尼亚军用喷气式飞机所为,6名儿童在爆炸中丧生。据悉,死伤者中还有阿尔沙巴布武装人员。肯尼亚军事发言人告诉BBC,他正检查是否有肯尼亚飞机参与此次突袭。

  尽管过渡政府从中促成停火协议,利比亚敌对的民兵组织之间的交战仍在继续,现在已是第三天了。自周五首都的黎波里南部Gharyan镇附近发生冲突以来,已有至少3人丧生,40多人受伤。过渡政府正苦苦应对,努力控制各武装组织。

  哈萨克斯坦议会选举投票已经结束,总统扎尔巴耶夫所属党派有望获胜。国际观察员从未认为哈萨克斯坦的任何选举会公平公正。Rayhan Demytri报道。

  哈萨克斯坦最大城市阿拉木图的投票率很低,但截至当地时间下午六点,将近70%的选民投出了选票。总统的政党“祖国之光”有望大获全胜,目前该党是在议会有代表的唯一政党。不过最新的选举法规定,得票率排名第二的政党可以获得一些席位,其他六个政党不会对“祖国之光”构成严重挑战。

  一家瑞士德国合资财团宣布在阿曼开发一项价值20亿美元的太阳能科技项目,投资者计划建设发电能力为400兆瓦的发电站,并为阿曼建造出口用的太阳能电池板。尽管中东地区太阳能资源丰富,但其太阳能产能与欧洲、中国和美国的相比是很小的。

  俄罗斯称,那艘未能到达火星的探测器的碎片应该已落入太平洋,尽管俄罗斯航天局称探测器的大部分已在回地球的途中燃烧殆尽,但“福布斯-土壤”号探测器却是坠回地球最重、毒性最大的航天器之一。该航天器是去年11月发射的,俄罗斯野心勃勃希望从火星上挖到岩石碎片,并带回供研究之用。但这艘探测器发射后就出了问题,在地球轨道上停了下来。






一:四六级和收音机有什么关系?

答:四六级英语考试听力环节要用到“低频收音机”,大部分高校都是这个样子的,如果有疑问,可去问学哥、学姐!他们都是这么过来的!

二:为什么是“低频收音机”,我家有“广播”?

答:收音机是有频段的,大部分家用“广播”的频率都是在76-105之间,而考试时发射的频率是在74左右,所以需要买到“校园用的低频收音机”。

三:为啥现在就要买这个“收音机”?

答:收音机是较低端的家用电器了,但是每到考试前期,会特别的“火”一段时间,考试前价格高且供不应求,“口袋吉师”提前为同学们备考做好准备,感兴趣的同学进入“口袋商城”。

四:用“收音机”考试注意些啥?

答:考试前一天学校会发射信号,同学们用收音机可以接收英语听力信息。提前调好频率,保持电池电量充足,耳机好用(务必要带耳机,考场是不让外放的)。





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