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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2021-1-17 08:03     标题: BBC 2021-01-17

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作者: ahahahah    时间: 2021-1-17 10:51

The president of Uganda * has welcomed the outcome of Thursday’s presidential election in which he’s been declared the outright winner. This paves the way for a sixth term in office for * who is 76. Uganda’s opposition leader * has alleged an electoral fraud following a violent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.

Germany’s governing Christian Democrats has opted for a new leader who will maintain Angela Merkel centralists’ strong pro-EU approach. Armin Laschet, the premier of North Rhine-Westphalia, has been elected over the more right wing businessman *. Mr. Laschet now has a good chance of replacing Angela Merkel as Chancellor when she steps down in September.

The six o’clock curfew has kicked in across France to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a return to the lockdown the curfew replaced in mid-December as highly transmissible variants of COVID-19 pose new threats.

Hospitals in the northern Brazilian city Manaus which has been struggling to cope with the surging coronavirus infections have been sent emergency supply of oxygen from neighboring states and Venezuela. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country.

Britain, France and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran is preparing to produce uranium metal, which can used in the making of a nuclear bomb. The three countries said there were no credible civilian use for uranium metal and its production had potentially grave military implications.

Iranian authorities say they’ve seized 45,000 illegal machines used for generating cryptocurrency. Iran's Power Supply Company says they are consuming so much electricity and could lead to black out.

A team of Nepali climbers have set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the summit of K2, the world second highest mountain in winter.
作者: lukechencc    时间: 2021-1-17 11:31

The President of Uganda U has welcomed the outcome of Thursday's presidential election,in which he's been declared the outright winner,this paves the way for a 6th term in office for Mr M who is 76,Uganda's opposition leader the former Proxy of Bobi Wine has alleged electoral fraud, following a violent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.

Germany's governing Christian Democrats have optted for new leader,who will maintain AG centrulist strongly pro-EU approach,A The premier of North rine F has been elected over the more right wing businessman FM,Mr L has a good chance of replacing AG as chancellor ,when she steps down in September.


A 6 o'clock curfew has kicked in across the France to prevent the spread of coronavirus some doctors are arguing for a returned lockdown  the curfew replaced in mid-december,as highly transiable variant of covid-19,pose new threats.

Hosptitals in the Northern Brazlian city F  which is struggling to cope with its surging coronavirus infections,  have been sent  emergency supplies of oxygen for neiboring states,and Venezuela,dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country

Britain France and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran Is preparing to produce Uraine metal,which can be used in the making of a nuclear bomb,the 3 countries said there was no credible survailian use of Uraine metal and its production have potentially graved military implications.

Uranian authorities say they've seized 45000 illegal machines used to generating cryptocurrency Iran's powersupply company says they are comsuming so much electricity could lead to blackouts.

And a team of Nepoli climbers has set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the summit of K2,the world second highest mountain in winter.
作者: angle813    时间: 2021-1-17 13:01

BBC news with Julie Candler.

The President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni has welcomed the outcome of Thursday's presidential election, in which he's been declared the outright winner. This paves the way for a sixth term in office for Mr. Museveni who is 76. Uganda's opposition leader, the former Proxy of Bobi Wine has alleged electoral fraud, following a violent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.

Germany's governing Christian Democrats have opted for a new leader, who will maintain Angela Merkel centralist strongly pro-EU approach. Armin Laschet, the premier of North Rhine-Westphalia has been elected over the more right-wing businessman Friedrich Merz. Mr.Laschet now has a good chance of replacing Angela Merkel as chancellor ,when she steps down in September.

A six o'clock curfew has kicked in across the France to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a returned lockdown the curfew replaced in mid-December, as highly transmisible variants of Covid-19 pose new threats.

Hospitals in the Northern Brazilian city Manaus which is struggling to cope with its surging coronavirus infections have been sent emergency supplies of oxygen from neighboring states and Venezuela. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country.

Britain, France and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran Is preparing to produce uranium metal, which can be used in the making of a nuclear bomb. The three countries said there was no credible civilian use of uranium metal and its production have potentially graved military implications.

Uranian authorities say they've seized 45,000 illegal machines used to generating cryptocurrency.  Iran's power supply company says they are consuming so much electricity could lead to blackouts.

And a team of Nepali climbers has set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the summit of K2, the world second highest mountain in winter.

BBC news.
作者: 1977    时间: 2021-1-17 15:44

The president of Uganda has welcomed the outcome of Thursday's presidential election, in which he has been declared the outright winner. This paved the way for a sixth term in office for Mr. ?, who is seventy-six. Uganda's opposition leader, the former pop singer ?, has alleged electoral fraud following a violent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.
Germany's governing Christine Democrats have opted for a new leader who will maintain Merkel's centrallist strongly pro-EU approach. ? the premier of ?, has been elected over the more rightwing businessman ?. Mr. ? now has a good chance of replacing Merkel as chancellor when she steps down in September.
A six o'clock curfew has kicked in across France to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a return to the lockdown the curfew replaced in December as highly transmisable variants of covid-19 pose new threats.
Hospitals in the northern Brazilian city of ? which is  struggling to cope with the surge in coronavirus infections have been sent emergency  supplies of oxygen from neighbouring states and Venezuala. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country.
Britain, France and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran is preparing to  produce Iranium metal which can be used in the making of a nuclear bomb. The three countries said there was no civilian use for Uranium metal and its production had potentially grave military applications.
Iranian authorities say they have seized 45 thousand illegal machines used for generating cryptocurrency. Iran's power supply company says they are consuming so much electricity it could lead to blackouts.
And a team of Nepali climbers have set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the K2, the world's second highest mountain in winter.
作者: FairChen    时间: 2021-1-17 20:03     标题: [Homework]BBC 2021-01-17

BBC news with Julie Chandler.


The President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni has welcomed the outcome of Thursday's presidential election in which he's been declared to the outright winner. This paves the way for a sixth term in offfice for Mr. Museveni who is 76. Ugandan opposition leader the former Proxy of Bobi Wine has alleged the electoral fraud, following a violent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.


Germany's governing Christian Democrats have opted for a new leader who will maintain Angela Merkel centralist strongly pro-European Union approach. Armin Laschet, the premier of the North Rhine-Westphalia has been elected over the more right-wing businessman Friedrich Merz. Mr. Laschet now has a good chance of replacing Angla Merkel as chancellor when she steps down in September.


A six o'clock curfew has kicked in across the France to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a return to the lockdown the curfew replaced in mid-December as highly transmissible variants of Covid-19 pose new threats.


Hospitals in the northern Brazilian city Manaus which is struggling to cope with the surging coronavirus infections have been sent emergency supplies of oxygen from neighboring states and Venezuela. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country.


Britain, France and Germany say they are deeply worrying that Iran is preparing to produce Uranium metal which can be used in making of a nuclear bomb. The three countries said there was no credible civilian use of Uranium metal and its production has protentially graved military implications.


Iranian authorities say they have seized 45,000 illegal machines used to generating cryptocurrency. Iran's power supply company says they are consuming so much electricity could lead to blockouts.


And a team of Nepali climbers has set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the summit of K2, the world second highest mountain in winter.


BBC news.

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作者: ratmickey    时间: 2021-1-17 22:30

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BBC News with Julie Candler

The President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni has welcomed the outcome of Thursday’s presidential election, in which he’d been declared the outright winner. This paves the way for his 6th term in office of Mr. Museveni, who’s 76. Uganda's opposition leader, the former pop singer Bobi Wine, has alleged electoral fraud, following a violent campaign, during which dozens were shot dead.

Germany’s governing Christian Democrat has opted for a new leader, who’ll maintain Angela Merkel’s centralist strongly pro-European Union approach. Armin Laschet, the Premier of north Rhine-Westphalia, has been elected over the more right-wing businessman Friedrich Merz. Mr. Laschet now has a good chance of replacing Angela Merkel as Chancellor when she steps down in September.

A 6 o’clock curfew has kicked in across France to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a return to the lockdown the curfew replaced in December, as highly transmissible variants of Covid-19 pose new threats.

Hospitals in the northern Brazilian city of Manaus, which has been struggling to cope with the surging coronavirus infections, have been sent emergency supplies of oxygen from neighboring states and Venezuela. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to other hospitals in other parts of the country.

Britain, France, and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran is preparing to produce uranium metal, which can be used in the making of nuclear bomb. The 3 countries said there was no credible civilian use for uranium metal, and its production has potentially graved military implications.

Iranian authorities say they’ve seized 45,000 illegal machines used for generating cryptocurrency. Iran’s power supply company says they are consuming so much electricity that could lead to black out.

And a team of Nepali climbers has set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the summit of K2, the world’s 2nd highest mountain, in winter.

BBC news.
作者: colinyangfan2    时间: 2021-1-18 02:43

The President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, has welcomed the outcome of Thursday's presidential election in which he's been declared the outright winner. This paves the way for a sixth term in office for Mr. Museveni who is 76. Uganda's opposition leader, the former pop singer Bobi Wine, has alleged electoral fraud following a violent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.

Germany's governing Christian Democrats have opted for a new leader who will maintain Angela Merkel's centrist strongly pro-European Union approach. Armin Laschet, the Premier of North Rhine-Westphalia, has been elected over the more right-wing businessman Friedrich Merz. Mr. Laschet now has a good chance of replacing Angela Merkel as Chancellor, when she steps down in September.

A six-o'clock curfew has kicked in across France to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a return to the lockdown the curfew replaced in mid-December, as highly transmissible variants of COVID-19 pose new threats.

Hospitals in the northern Brazil city of Manaus, which is struggling to cope with the surge in coronavirus infections, have been sent emergence supplies of oxygen from neighboring states and Venezuela. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country.

Britain, France and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran is preparing to produce uranium metal which can be used in the making of a nuclear bomb. The three countries said there was no credible civilian use for uranium metal and its production had potentially grave military implications.

Iranian authorities say they have seized 45,000 illegal machines used for generating cryptocurrency. Iran's power supply company says they are consuming so much electricity that could lead to blackouts.

And a team of Nepali climbers has set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the summit of K2, the world's second highest mountain in winter.
作者: 浩然妈咪    时间: 2021-1-23 10:11     标题: [Homework]BBC 2021-01-17

BBC news

The president of Uganda xx has welcomed the outcome of Thursday's presidential election in which he's been declared the outright  winner. This paged the way for a sixth term in office for Mr. xx, who is 76. Uganda's opposition leader, the former pop singer Bobby Wine has alleged electoral fraud, following a voilent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.


Germany's governing Christian demacrats have opted for a new leader who will maintain Angler Merkle's certrist strongly pro-European Union approach. xx, the premier of north failure has been elected over the businessman xx. Mr. xx now has a good chance of replacing Angler Merkle as chancellor when she steps down in September.


A six-o-clock cerfew has kicked in across France to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a return to the lockdown the curphew replaced in mid-December as a highly transmissable viarant of covid-19 pose new threats.


Hospitals in the northern Brazilian city of xx which is struggling to cope with the surging coronavirus infections has been sent for imergency supplies for oxygen from neighouring states and Venesualar. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country.


Britain, France and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran is preparing to produce urainian metal, which can be used in the making of a nuclear bomb. The three countries said there was no credable civilian use for uranian metal, and its production had potentially graved military implications.


Iranian authorities say they've ceased 45,000 illegal machines used to generating cryptal currency. Iran's power supply company says they are consuming so much electricity it could lead to black outs.  


And a team of xx climbers has set a new world record by becoming the first mountainist to reach the summit of K2, the world's second highest mountain in winter.


BBC news.

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作者: pengfeng203    时间: 2021-2-20 22:01

The President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni has welcomed the outcome of Thursday's presidential election, in which he's been declared the outright winner. This paves the way for a sixth term in office for Mr. Museveni who is 76. Uganda's opposition leader, the former Proxy of Bobi Wine has alleged electoral fraud, following a violent campaign during which dozens were shot dead.
Germany's governing Christian Democrats have opted for a new leader, who will maintain Angela Merkel centralist strongly pro-EU approach. Armin Laschet, the premier of North Rhine-Westphalia has been elected over the more right-wing businessman Friedrich Merz. Mr.Laschet now has a good chance of replacing Angela Merkel as chancellor ,when she steps down in September.
A six o'clock curfew has kicked in across the France to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Some doctors are arguing for a returned lockdown the curfew replaced in mid-December, as highly transmisible variants of Covid-19 pose new threats.
Hospitals in the Northern Brazilian city Manaus which is struggling to cope with its surging coronavirus infections have been sent emergency supplies of oxygen from neighboring states and Venezuela. Dozens of patients have been airlifted to hospitals in other parts of the country.
Britain, France and Germany say they are deeply worried that Iran Is preparing to produce uranium metal, which can be used in the making of a nuclear bomb. The three countries said there was no credible civilian use of uranium metal and its production have potentially graved military implications.
Uranian authorities say they've seized 45,000 illegal machines used to generating cryptocurrency.  Iran's power supply company says they are consuming so much electricity could lead to blackouts.
And a team of Nepali climbers has set a new world record by becoming the first mountaineers to reach the summit of K2, the world second highest mountain in winter.




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