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[Homework]BBC 2020-07-19 音频已修复,欢迎听写!

BBC News with Aaron.
1. For the first time, since the coronavirus pandemic began, the number of new daily infections has surpassed a quarter of a million. The recorded number was reported by the WHO. The biggest increases were in the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa. The total number of death rose by 7000, the biggest daily increase since May 10th.


2.The head of World Bank has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is creating an increasingly desperate debt problem in developing countries. David, the financial minister from the G20 Group of major economies that the debt problems of poorest countries were rising to crisis levels.


3. European Union leaders will have to meet in a 3rd day in Brussels after failing to finalize the aid package for member states worst affected  by coronavirus lockdowns. The Austrian Chancellor Saba said things were moving to the right direction. Under a revised proposal, 450 billion Euros of grants would be offered.


4.The leaders of France, Germany and Italy have warned they are ready to consider imposing sanctions against countries who violate a UN Army ? in Libya. In a joint statement, they called all size to end or they called  the increasing  ? in the Libya conflict.  They did not though name any specific countries.


5. Donald Trump has paid tribute to the civil rights campaigner John Louis, who has died at the age of 80. In a tweet, Mr Trump preferred Mr Louis as a civil rights hero. The president was slow to comment on the death of the congressman, with whom here clashed on new ? occasions.


6. As Cuba , who pioneered Spanish Language broadcast in Miami ** has died at the age of 92. She had said she would like to be remembered as someone who fought for freedom in Cuba until the end. She died hours after her final broadcast on Friday.

And that's the latest summary of the BBC News.




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BBC new with Aeron Safir
For the first time, since the coronavirus pandemic began, the number of new daily infections have surpassed a quarter of a million. The record number was reported by the World Health Organisation. The biggest increases were in the United States, Brazil, India and South Africa. The total number of death rose by 7,000, the biggest daily increase since May the 10th. The head of the World Bank has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is creating an increasingly desperate debt problem in developing countries. David Malpass told the finance ministers from the G20 group of major economies that the debt burdens of the poorest countries were rising to crisis levels.

European Union leaders will have to meet for a 3rd day in Brussels after failing to finalise the aid package for member states worst affected by coronavirus lockdowns. The Australian chancellor Sebastian Kurz said the things are moving in the right direction. Under a revised proposal, 450 billions of euros of grants will be offered. The leaders of France, Germany, and Italy have warned that they are ready to consider imposing sanctions against countries who violates a UN arm's embargo on Lybia. In a joint statement they called on all sides to end what they called, the increasing interference in the Lybian’s conflicts. They did not though name any specific countries.

Donald Trump has paid tribute to the civil rights campaign at John Louis who has died aged 80. In a tweet, Mr.Trump referred to Mr.Louis as a civil right's hero. The president was slow to comment on the death of the congressman with whom he had clashed on numerous occasions.

And a Cuban dissident who pioneered at the Spanish language broadcasting in Miami, Martha Floredes(?) has died at the age of 92. She had said she would like to be remembered as someone who fought for the freedom in Cuba until the end. She died hours after her final broadcast on Friday.
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