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2019-01-22 所属栏目:NPR News
At least 66 people have died in Mexico after a gasoline pipeline exploded yesterday, hurling flames into the air and burning more than 100 people. The incident took place in the ce
2019-01-21 所属栏目:NPR News
When President Trump announced last month that he is ordering the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria, he said ISIS was defeated. Vice President Mike Pence repeated that claim tod
2019-01-21 所属栏目:NPR News
How did an attack unfold in Nairobi, Kenya? Gunmen assaulted an upscale hotel complex yesterday. The attack continued into today. At least 14 people are dead, including an American
2019-01-17 所属栏目:NPR News
In London today, British lawmakers dealt a massive defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to exit the European Union.
(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)
2019-01-16 所属栏目:NPR News
Two big stories over the weekend have raised more questions about President Trump's relationship with Russia. First, The New York Times reported that the FBI opened a counterin
2019-01-15 所属栏目:NPR News
As of midnight tonight, the current partial government shutdown will be the longest in U.S. history. At the heart of it is a fight over whether to fund a wall along the U.S.-Mexico
2019-01-14 所属栏目:NPR News
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was sworn in today for a second term. He now has six more years of power over a country that was once Latin America's wealthiest and is now
2019-01-11 所属栏目:NPR News
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Iraq today, part of an extensive trip around the Middle East. He's spending a lot of time trying to reassure allies that withdrawing U.S.
2019-01-10 所属栏目:NPR News
AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Alzheimer's disease poses a special risk to African-Americans. Studies show they're up to twice as likely as white Americans to develop the disease. No
2019-01-09 所属栏目:NPR News
STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: It's that time of year. You wake up with a sore throat, stuffy nose, fever. Maybe you lose your voice - happened to me just last week. And you wonder, is t
2019-01-08 所属栏目:NPR News
MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: We've been checking in every so often with Boyan Slat. He's the CEO of The Ocean Cleanup. That's an environmental organization he founded to develo
2019-01-07 所属栏目:NPR News
This is what the past week has sounded like across the northeast African country of Sudan.
(SOUNDBITE OF PROTEST)
UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTER: (Foreign language spoken).
2019-01-04 所属栏目:NPR News
President Trump is back in the United States after a brief surprise trip to Iraq. This was Trump's first visit to a combat zone as commander in chief. His message to U.S. troop
2019-01-03 所属栏目:NPR News
Japan says it is going to resume commercial whaling operations next year. This is a practice that has drawn widespread criticism from conservationists. Japan will also pull out of
2019-01-02 所属栏目:NPR News
On this day before Christmas, President Trump remains at the White House facing a number of challenges. And as he put it on Twitter, he is, quote, "all alone." Now, Trump may be re
2018-12-29 所属栏目:NPR News
More than 370 people are believed dead after a tsunami struck Indonesia on Saturday. That death toll is sadly expected to rise with dozens of people still missing. More than a thou
2018-12-28 所属栏目:NPR News
All right. Let's move from shutdown to the drawdown of troops in Afghanistan. Yesterday, President Trump ordered a massive reduction of U.S. troops now deployed in that country
2018-12-27 所属栏目:NPR News
We're going to start by telling you what we know about the partial government shutdown that started at midnight Friday. To recap, President Trump and his allies in the House ar
2018-12-26 所属栏目:NPR News
OK, now let's bring in NPR's national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Hey, Mara.
MARA LIASSON, BYLINE: Hi there.
CHANG: So you've also read the resignation lett
2018-12-25 所属栏目:NPR News
As a candidate and in the White House, President Trump has questioned continued U.S. military involvement in Syria. Here's what he said at a rally last March about the 2,000 U.
2018-12-24 所属栏目:NPR News
Facebook has drawn criticism for failing to protect users' privacy. Now, The New York Times is reporting that the social media giant allowed third parties access to users'
2018-12-24 所属栏目:NPR News
The Federal Reserve today said it would raise interest rates by a quarter of a point. At the same time, Fed officials suggested they would raise rates at a slower pace next year. T
2018-12-20 所属栏目:NPR News
The Trump Foundation will soon shut its doors. President Trump has used the tax-exempt organization for everything from charitable giving to political publicity. Now it's going
2018-12-19 所属栏目:NPR News
Hungary's prime minister, Viktor Orban, has done a lot to anger advocates for democracy across Europe. His party has rewritten the constitution, shut down most independent medi
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- 1瑞博游戏:Global expansion wanes with lower growth forecast: IMF
- 2瑞博游戏:White House says 2nd Trump-Kim summit to happen "near the end of February"
- 3瑞博游戏:France offers 1.15 bln USD loan to Iraq for reconstruction
- 4瑞博游戏:Iranian FM in Baghdad for talks with Iraqi leaders on enhancing ties
- 5瑞博游戏:U.S. gov't shutdown enters 22nd day, breaking record
- 6瑞博游戏:Romania launches EU Presidency in critical times for Europe's future
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