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Negotiations of UN cliamte talks in Madroid have been extended because of serious disagreement between countries,the talks aimed to find a formula of implementing a deal reached in Paris in 2015.The EU and many small island states are pushing for more ambicious actions,but some of the biggest polluters,including the US and India have objected.

Tens of thousands of people have held a rally in a square in the Italian Capital Rome to protest against the right-wing populist party the league,The demonstrators sang an anti-Fashist song and waved cardboards sardines,a reference that a tactic of crowding into town squares like fish in a tin

A court in Sunda has found the formal president OB guilty of corruption,in a Roker's trial,it was disrupted by his supporters,Mr A who is 75 was sentenced 2 years in a social reform facility on grounds of his age

Myema leader ASchuchi has been giving a hero's welcome on her return from the internationl court in the Haige,where she denied her country had committed a genocide against Muslim
Rohingers,despite international criticism,she remained popular inside the country.

Thousands of Iraqi militia men have protested against the US economic sanctions that'd been imposed on their leadership,Washington has accused fighters from the Iranian-backed A organization of shooting dead dozens of protesters,the group denies this.


The UN says it is extremely concerned about conditions in a military camp in the east of the DRC,where around 2000 have been held,they were detained of the facility in south Kive province following an army opeartion

The president of Mali E has opened a national conference in the Capital Bameko,with the aim of stopping a jihadist insurgency,   he told thousands of delegates it was time to end the crisis.

And British prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised cheering supporters in the North of England ,and he will repay their trust,after his resonding election victory
Mr Johnson's concervatives made large gains in the ritual
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1.Negotiations of UN climate talks in Madrid have been extended because of serious disagreement among countries.The talks aimed to find a formula for implementing a deal reached in Paris 2015. The EU and many small islands states have been pushing for more ambitious action but some of the biggest polluters including the US and India have objected.

2.Tens of thousands of people have held a rally in a square in the Italian capital Rome to protest the right-wing popularlist party the League. Demonstrators sang an anti-fascist song and waved cardboards sardin, a reference to their tactic of crowding into town Squares like fish in a tin.  

3.A court in Sudan has found the former president O guilty of corruption in a R? trial that was disrupted by his supporters. Mr.O who is 75 years was sentenced to two years in a social reform facility on grounds of age.

4.Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been given a hero's welcome on her return from the international court in the Hague where she denies her country had committed genocide against muslim H?. Despite international criticism she remains popular inside the country.

5.Thousands of Iraqi militia men have protested against US economic sanctions that have been imposed on their leadership. Washington has accused fighters from the Iranian backed I organization of shooting dead dozens of protestors. The group denies this.

6.The UN says it is extremely concerned about the conditions in a military camp in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo where around 2000 people have been held. They were detained at the facility in south K province following an army operation.

7.The President of Mali I has an international conference in the capital B with the aims of stopping a Jihad's insurgency.He told thousands of delicacy that it's time to end the crisis.

8.And British prime minister Borris Johanson has promised cheering supporters in the north of England that he will repay their trust after his resounding victory. Mr. Johanson's Conservatives made large gains in the region.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-12-15

BBC News with Johnathan Izard.
Negotiations at UN climate talks in Madrid are being extended because of series of disagreements between countries. The talks aimed to find a formula for implementing a deal reached in Paris in 2015. The EU and many small islands states are pushing for more ambitious action, but some of biggest polluters including U.S. and India have objected.

Tens of thousands of people have held a rally in a square in the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing populist party the League. The demonstrators sang an anti-fascist song and waved cardboard sardines, a reference to their tactic of crowding into town squares like fish in a tin.

A court in Sudan has found the former president * guilty of corruption in a * trial that was disrupted by his supporters. Mr. * who is 75 was sentenced to 2 years in a social reform facility on grounds of age.

Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been given a hero's welcome on her return from the International Court in the Hague where she denied her country had committed genocide against Muslim Rohingya. Despite international criticism she remains popular inside the country.

Thousands of Iraqi militia men have protested against the US economic sanctions that have been imposed on their leadership. Washington has accused fighters from the Iranian-backed * organization of shooting dead dozens of protestors. The group denies this.

The UN says it is extremely concerned about the conditions in a military camp in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo where around 2000 people have been held. They were detained at the facility in south * province following an army operation.

The President of Mali * has opened a national conference in the capital Bamako with the aims of stopping a Jihadist insurgency. He told thousands of delegates it was time to end the crisis.

And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised cheering supporters in the north of England that he will repay their trust after his resounding election victory. Mr. Johnson’s Conservatives made large gains in the region.


BBC News.

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Negotiations at UN climate talks in Madrid have been extended because of serious disagreements between countries. The talks aimed to find a formula of implementing a deal reached in Paris in 2015. The EU and many small island states are pushing for more ambitious action. But some of the biggest polluters, including the US and India, have objected.

Tens of thousands of people have held a rally in a square in the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing populist party, the League. The demonstrators sang an anti-facist song and waved card boards “Sardines”, in reference to their tactic of crowding in town squares like fish and tin.

A court in Sudan has found the former president, Omar al-Bashir, guilty of corruption in a ? trial that was disrupted by his supporters. Mr. al-Bashir, who is 75, was sentenced two years in a social reform facility on grounds of his age.

Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been given a hero’s welcome on her return from the international court in the Hague where she denied her country had committed genocide against Muslim Rohingyas. Despite international criticism, she remains popular inside the country.

Thousands of Iraqi militiamen have protested against US economic sanctions that have been imposed on their leadership. Washington has accused fighters from the Iranian-backed Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq organization of shooting dead dozens of protesters. The group denies this.

The UN says it is extremely concerned about the conditions in the military camp in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo where around 2,000 people have been held. They were detained in the facility in South Kivu province following an army operation.

The president of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has opened a national conference in the capital Bamako with the aim of stopping a jihadist insurgency. He told thousands of delegates it was time to end the crisis.

And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised cheering supporters in the north of England that he will repay their trust after his resounding election victory. Mr. Johnson’s conservatives made large gains in the region.
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[Homework]BBC 2019-12-15

bbc news with Jonathan issad.
negotiation at UN climate talks in Madrid had been extended because of serious disagreement between countries. The talks aim to find the formula for implementing a deal reached in Paris in 2015. the EU and many small island states are pushing for more ambitious action that some of the biggest polluters including US and India have objected.


tens of thousands  of people have a held a rally in a square in the Italian capital Rome protest against the right wing popular party the league. the demonstrators sang an anti-factious song and waved cardboard sardines. the reference to the tactic crowding into town squares like fish in a tin.
a court in Sudan has found the former president xx guilty of corruption, in a rockers trial, it was destructed by his supporters. mr xx who is 73, was sentenced 2 years in a social reform facility on ground of his age.


Myanmar's leader anshan such has been given a heroes welcome on her return from the international court in the haiger, where she denied her country had committed genocide against muslim hinges.   despite of international criticism she remained popular inside the country.


thousands of Iraqi militiamen have protested against US's economic sanctions that have been imposed on their leadership. Washington has accused fighters from the Iranian-back assai xx organization of shooting death dozens of protestors. the group denies this.


the UN says it's extremely concerned about the condition in a military camp in the east of the democratic republic of Congo. around 2000 people had been held, they were detained at the facility in south Keith province following an army operation.


the president of Mali xxx has opened the national conference in the capital xx in the aim of stopping a jakater insurgency. he told thousands of delegates it was time to end the crisis.


and the British prime minister xx Johnson has promised to cherish supporters in the north of England that he will repay their trust after his resounding election victory. mr xx conservative made large gains in the region.



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BBC news with Jonathan Izard.

Negotiations at U.N climate talks in Madrid have been extended because of serious disagreements between countries. The talks aimed to find a formula of implementing a deal reached in Paris in 2015. The EU and many small island states are pushing for more ambitious action. But some of the biggest polluters, including the US and India, have objected.

Tens of thousands of people have held a rally in a square in the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing populist party,The League. The demonstrators sang an anti-fascist song and waved card boards "Sardines”, in reference to their tactic of crowding in town squares like fish and tin.

A court in Sudan has found the former president, Omar Al-Bashir, guilty of corruption in a * trial that was disrupted by his supporters. Mr. al-Bashir, who is 75, was sentenced to two years in a social reform facility on grounds of his age.

Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been given a hero's welcome on her return from the international court in the Hague where she denied her country had committed genocide against Muslim Rohingyas. Despite international criticism, she remains popular inside the country.

Thousands of Iraqi militiamen have protested against US economic sanctions that have been imposed on their leadership. Washington has accused fighters from the Iranian-backed Asaib al-Haq organization of shooting dead dozens of protesters. The group denies this.

The U.N says it is extremely concerned about the conditions in the military camp in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, where around 2,000 people have been held. They were detained in the facility in South Kivu province following an army operation.

The president of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta has opened a national conference in the capital Bamako with the aim of stopping a jihadist insurgency. He told thousands of delegates it was time to end the crisis.

And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised cheering supporters in the north of England that he will repay their trust after his resounding election victory. Mr. Johnson's conservatives made large gains in the region.

BBC news.
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1. Negotiations of UN climate talks in Madrid have been extended because of serious disagreement between countries. The talks aimed to find a formula for implementing a deal reached in Paris in 2015. The EU and some small island countries are putting forward some ambitious action but some of the biggest polluters including the US and India have objected.

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3. A court in Sudan has found the former president, Almar Amberciar, guilty of corruption in a rockers trial that was interrupted by his supporters. Mr. Amberciar, who is 75, was sentenced to 2 years in a social reform facility on the ground of his age.

4. Myanmar's leader, Aung San Suu Kyi has been given a hero's welcome on her return from the International court in Heag where she denied her country has committed genecide against Muslim rehengers. Despite of international criticism, she remained popular inside the country.

5. Thousands of Iraqi militian men have protested against US economic sanctions that have been imposed on their leadership. Washington has accused fighters from the Iranian backed Asaiiv Ohak... organization of shooting dead dozens of protesters. The group denied this.

6. The UN says it's extremely concerned about the condition in a military camp in in the east of the democratic republic of Congo, where around 2000 people have been held. They were detain that the facility in south Kivu province following an army operation.

7. The president of Mali, Irohim Bubika Kita has opened international conference in the capital Bamako with the aim of stopping a Jehadist insurgency. He told thousands of deliquers that it's time to end the crisis.

8. The British PM Boris Johnson has promised charing support of North England that he will repay them trust after his refounding election victory. Mr. Johnson's Conservative made large gains in the region.
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