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[Homework]VOA 2018-07-03

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3.   US president Donald Trump has surged that Saudi Arabia has agreed to boost oil production. As AP correspondent Ben Tomas reports, the president's announcement has not exactly been confirmed by the Saudi government.
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5.   A cease fire agreement signred by South Sudanese president S.M. and rebels was violated Saturday just hours after it began with both sides accuring the other of ? attacks. Reble's spokesman Lanpaul Gebrial accused government forces of attacking rebel positions on the outskirts of the northwestern South Sudanese city of ?, barely 6 hours after the cease fire took effect. A government spokesman told the associated press that the opposition had the attacks first. Tens of thousands of people have been killed since South Sudan civil war began in 2013.


6.   The Jordanian army began delivering humanitarian aid to thousands of displaced Syrians who took shelter near its border when major fighting broke out in Southern Syria this month. Several thousands Syrians had gathered near closed border crossing early Saturday, pleading to entern Jordan. Jordan had closed its borders after the Syrian army launched a major offensive.

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[Homework]VOA 2018-07-03

From Washington, this is VOA news. I'm David Burg reporting.

Immigration advocacy groups marched in demonstration throughout the United States Saturday to protest President Donald Trump's zero-tolerance stance on illegal immigration. Here in Washington thousands gathered in a park across from the White House to hear speeches and call for change. Thousands more demonstrated in New York City where Mary XX is a neuroscientist. They are really shameful, recent actions of separating families away, of deterring other XX families from seeking asylum. I think it's another level of evil. Similar marches took place across the country including in large cities like  Chicago, Dalas and Los Angeles as well as in smaller towns. President Trump tweeted late Saturday afternoon: When people come into our country illegally, we must immediately escort them back out without going through years of legal maneuvering. Our laws are the dumbest anywhere in the world.


Afghanistan's President XX allowed national security forces Saturday to resume counter-insurgency operations marking the end of an eighteen-day ceasefire with Taliban. The government had unilaterally halted XX Taliban operations in the country for a week to mark the annual Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr. The Taliban also stopped fighting for that festival. President XX has extended the ceasefire by ten days and invited the Taliban to do the same. However Taliban leaders chose not to take that offer and to resume fighting.


For more on these stories, visit our website voanews.com. This is VOA news.


U.S. President Donald Trump has XX that Saudi Arabia has agreed to boost oil production. As AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports, the President's announcement has not exactly been confirmed by the Saudi government. President Trump says he's spoken to Saudi Arabia's King XX and received the assurance that the Kingdom will increase oil production by as much as 2,000,000 barrels. In the Saturday morning tweet, the President says he made the case that turmoil and XX is disrupting oil supplies sending prices too high. A statement on the state-run  Saudi price agency  says there was an understanding between the two leaders that oil producing countries would need to compensate for any potential shortage of supplies, but they did not specifically  mention the 2,000,000 barrels of extra production. Ben Thomas, Washington.


Mexicans will elect a new president Sunday and voters in the nation appear to be heading to ballot box with sweeping change in mind. Polls consistently show the left-leading XX widely knows as XX. XX is a student in Mexico city: We are talking about dignity, the dignity of the Mexican people. We need a very strong president to comfort XX. Voters will also pick candidates  to fill 128 seats in the country senate and 500 seats in the Chamber of Deputys. Outgoing president in XX first elected in 2012 has a historically lower approval rating, slipping as low as 17% last year. XX's critics say he has done little to change corruption and violence in the country. A ceasefire agreement signed by South Sudanese President XX and rebels was violated Saturday just hours after a began with both sides accusing the other of initiating attacks. Rebels spokesman XX accused government forces of attacking rebel positions on the outskirts of the northwestern South Sudanese city of XX. Barely 6 hours after the ceasefire took effect, a government spokesman told the Associated Press that the opposition had attacked first. Tens of thousands of people have been killed since South Sudan's civil war began in 2013. The Jordanian army began delivering humanitarian aid to thousands of displaced Syrians who took shelter near its borders when major fighting broke out in Southern Syria this month, several thousands syrians have gathered near a closed border crossing early Saturday pleading to enter Jordan. Jordan had closed its borders after the syrian army launched a major offensive. I'm David Burg in Washington.


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